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Without A Hint Of Shame, Hillary Tells Sexual Assault Victims They “Have A Right To Be Believed”

Hillary’ latest grand idea is to tell victims of sexual assault that they “have a right to be believed.”

Of course, this will all come as a shock to women like Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick, who were demonized and vilified by Hillary Clinton when they came out with their stories about being assaulted by Hillary’s husband, Bill. Remember him?

But here’s Hillary, telling rape victims: “Don’t let anyone silence your voice.” Amazing.

As HotAir pointed out, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of Bill’s sexual assault victims make the rounds of the TV talk shows.

Broaddrick has accused Hillary of threatening her after the alleged rape; Willey claims Hillary led a “terror campaign” against women who’ve reported some sort of sexual contact with Bill, wanted or unwanted, and says of her, “She is the war on women, as far as I’m concerned.” How many enterprising journalists out there will note that the “right to be believed,” although a lovely talking point to mask the terrifying illiberal noises being made by Democratic policymakers lately over the Great Campus Rape Panic, is the antithesis of pretty much everything the Clintons said when they were in the White House in the 1990s?

If the Willey and Broaddrick episodes are simply too icky for our intrepid media to revisit, though, how about noting the fact that Hillary Clinton was quite skilled at demolishing rape accusers when she was still practicing as a lawyer?