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There’s Going to Be a Locker Room Guy in the White House, No Matter Who Wins

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens, Wall St On Parade:

As repugnant as the thought is to the majority of Americans, it appears there is no escaping a locker room guy inhabiting the White House for the next four years. If it’s not Donald Trump, it will be Bill Clinton.

In 1998, seven years before the then 59-year old Donald Trump said he could get away with grabbing women in the “p—y” because he was a celebrity, as a newly leaked video reveals, high-powered Washington D.C. lawyer Vernon Jordan was asked what he and then President Bill Clinton talked about on the golf course. He answered: “We talk p—y,” as reported by Newsweek and Time Magazine at the time.

But Bill Clinton, whose penchant for scandal is that of a moth to a flame, has done a lot more than just engage in sexist locker room banter, according to a long line of accusers. Less than two hours before last night’s presidential debate, Donald Trump held a press conference on Facebook Live with three of the women who allege Bill Clinton is a serial sexual predator: Kathleen Willey, who accused Clinton of sexual assault; Paula Jones who sued Clinton for sexual harassment; and Juanita Broaddrick, who has repeatedly alleged that Clinton raped her. (Also at the press conference was Kathy Shelton, a child rape victim, whose alleged attacker was represented by Hillary Clinton when she was practicing law in the 1970s.)

Paula Jones testified under oath in court that Bill Clinton had exposed himself to her in a hotel room. Bill Clinton settled with Jones in 1998, paying $850,000 but failing to make any admission of sexual misconduct.

Each of the four women began their brief statements at the press conference by saying that they are supporting Donald Trump for president. Broaddrick made the most pointed charge against Bill Clinton, stating: “Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me, and Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don’t think there’s any comparison.”

That the women are willing advocates for putting a man in the White House who has joked about his ability to sexually assault women with impunity because he is a celebrity, is an indictment of the current two-party system in the U.S. Presidential campaigns in America no longer have anything to do with finding an ethical, competent person for high office. They have everything to do with corporations financing the political careers of damaged candidates they can control.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Hillary Clinton’s main campaign committee, Hillary for America, has raised $373,281,866. That doesn’t include the hundreds of millions of dollars more that has been raised to support her candidacy by outside groups. Those astronomical sums can buy a lot of private investigators and dig up a lot of dirt.

We don’t have to speculate on how that dirt was going to be deployed against Donald Trump because a memorandum from the Democratic National Committee was hacked and leaked on June 15 of this year. Dated May 26, 2015, the memorandum mapped out a strategy for getting the weakest Republican candidate for Hillary Clinton to run against. The strategy included pitching “stories with no fingerprints” and utilizing “reporters to drive a message”; damaging “Republican presidential candidates’ credibility with voters by looking for targeted opportunities to undermine their specific messaging”; and clouding the baggage that comes attached to Hillary Clinton by deploying “specific hits to muddy the waters around ethics, transparency and campaign finance attacks on HRC [Hillary Rodham Clinton].”

CNN’s weekend-long, repetitive playing of the Donald Trump video and bringing in commentators to discuss it from every possible angle, certainly had the feeling of planting and driving a message without fingerprints.

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4 comments to There’s Going to Be a Locker Room Guy in the White House, No Matter Who Wins

  • randy0302

    Trump’s comments are Really a total nothing. It’s guy talk and we (guys) have all done it. That is why I haven’t even listened to the tapes.
    Hey buy the way the doctor that operated on Hillary just “mysteriously died”.
    Body count plus 1.
    Let’s get real folks.
    Tape surfaced with Billy and a 13 yr old in intel community today according to William Mount.

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    As long as women are still created with VGC & men are created with DKS, there will always be plenty of sexual energy to go around. Gee. Who “created” those things? Hmmmm?

    so many women, as long as they are young & “in demand”, they play the game of “I’m pure, I’m valuable, I’m above all that”, etc.

    But just wait until they get 10 or 20 years past their “expiration-freshness date” and their “market value” falls to “Negative interest rates”, they suddently get an entirely new perspective on things. Men don’t try to fool themselves quite so often.

    And you want to talk about the “double standards” of WOMEN? How about this.
    Women wear dresses, etc, and show off their “cleavage” and flaunt those racks, then pretend it’s not a marketing-tool or bait, and it’s all OK, etc…but how would the world of females take it, if MEN started wearing clothing that showed off a lot of “Testicle-Sack-Cleavage” with a “push-up bra for the balls”?

    Women wear pants that show off the round butt, curvy hips, etc, but how about men wearing speedo-pants that shows off the entire shape, length and thickness of the “Pickle-in-the-Middle”? Why is it considered attractive for females for display those shapes, but it’s considered rude & crude for the males to do the same thing?

    Quit worrying about all this fake scandal stuff & focus on real life & death situations.

  • d

    Men spend 9 months trying to get out of P….and the rest of theirs lives trying to get back into it……everything else is a distraction….imho

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