- - Monday, September 14, 2015

Hillary Rodham Clinton is once again pandering to women with her three-pronged proposal to end the “epidemic” of campus sexual assault, but Mrs. Clinton’s own actions directly contradict her newly released plan.

“It is not enough to condemn campus sexual assault. We need to end campus sexual assault,” Mrs. Clinton said to a group of supporters on Monday at the University of Northern Iowa.

But while the former secretary of state claims to be fighting a sexual assault “epidemic” on college campuses, what she is really fighting for are female votes.

“To every survivor of sexual assault … You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed. We’re with you,” Mrs. Clinton tweeted out on Monday.

Mrs. Clinton’s newly proposed standard violates the most sacred principle of the American criminal justice system, innocent until proven guilty.

When a citizen is accused of sexually assaulting another, they have the right to a fair trial.

The accused have the right to be believed to be innocent unless clear evidence shows otherwise instead of being believed to be guilty based off of the words of another.

Furthermore, the actions of Mrs. Clinton herself clearly have not aligned with her new ideas on the sexual assault “epidemic.”

Repeatedly, Mrs. Clinton has turned her head the other way when it came to her own husband being accused of sexual assaulting numerous women during his tenure as the attorney general of Arkansas, the governor of Arkansas and the president of the United States.

In fact, many women have come forward over the years with allegations of sexual assault against Mr. Clinton, and Mrs. Clinton continually denied the allegations and ignored or slandered these women.

Kathleen Willey, one of the women who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton in the 1990s, blames Mrs. Clinton for “enabling” Mr. Clinton’s illegal and inappropriate behavior.

“She might throw a tantrum, but she enabled it to happen again and again and again and again. And then she chooses to go after the women that he hooks up with, to ruin them again and again and again and again. And that’s how it works,” Ms. Willey stated in her recent book “a SCANDAL a day.”

Paula Corbin Jones, an Arkansas state worker who claimed that Mr. Clinton exposed himself before demanding oral sex from her when he was governor, recently received an $850,000 settlement from Mr. Clinton in a civil case on this allegation.

However, Mrs. Clinton has continually put down Mrs. Jones, claiming that she was motivated by politics and hungry for attention.

Mrs. Clinton’s actions are clearly not in line with her own proposal.

She claims that sexual assault survivor’s have the right to be heard and to be believed, but she herself has refused to do when it comes to the sexual assault allegations against her own husband.

While Mrs. Clinton’s statements lead people to believe that she is concerned with ending an “epidemic” plaguing women, her actions continually speak louder than her words, signifying that her concern is nothing more than the political pandering Americans have heard more than enough of during this election cycle.



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