Hillary Asked About How Kavanaugh Allegations Differ from Husband Bill Clinton's, Her Answer Leaves You Thanking God She's Not President

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October 10, 2018Oct 10, 2018

Judge Kavanaugh went through the flames in order to be confirmed as the next Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Democrats championed Dr. Christine Ford for bringing forth allegations against Kavanaugh after her decades of silence.

Throughout the entire ordeal, Kavanaugh maintained his innocence and ferociously fought to clear his name. He submitted countless pieces of testimony, as well as old calendars, to highlight major discrepancies in the allegations against him.

When the FBI was finally able to investigate the matter, their investigation resulted in no credible evidence. An expert prosecutor was even brought in to examine the potential case and she stated that there was simply not enough evidence to even take the case to court.

During the entire saga, Democrats campaigned hard to removed Kavanaugh and many publicly stated their support for victims. One of the most noteworthy Dems to advocate for victims was Hillary Clinton. However, after she was just called out about claims against her own husband, she whistled a very different tune.

"Obviously you’re going to be prepared to have questions about that moment in 1998, the impeachment, the allegations of sexual harassment against your own husband. Are you prepared to answer those questions? Is he prepared to answer them? And how do you see that similar or different from what President Trump is being accused of and Kavanaugh and others today?" a reporter asked her.

To clarify, Bill was accused of rape, exposing himself, and groping women, not simply "harassing" them. Hillary's answer will leave you speechless.

"There’s a very significant difference. And that is the intense, long-lasting partisan investigation that was conducted in the ’90s. If, you know, the Republicans, starting with President Trump on down, want a comparison, they should welcome such an investigation themselves," stated Hillary.

Her message is very clear. Believe survivors only if they happen to be accusing someone on the other side of the political aisle.

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