Hillary Clinton Says President Trump is “obsessed” with Her

Politico

Former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturday described President Donald Trump as “obsessed” with her continued public presence.

“Apparently, you know, my former opponent is obsessed with my speaking out,” Clinton said in an appearance alongside her husband, former President Bill Clinton, at a forum in Little Rock, Arkansas, commemorating the 25th anniversary of his election. “Apparently there was another, somebody told me, tweet today. Honestly, between tweeting and golfing, how does he get anything done? I don’t understand it. Maybe that’s the whole point.”

How did Crooked Hillary get anything done? I don’t understand it. Between making out with Huma and working on uranium deals, she couldn’t have gotten much done.

Trump revived his “Crooked Hillary” moniker via Twitter on Saturday morning, claiming that his vanquished general election opponent is the “worst (and biggest) loser of all time.”

“She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party,” the president tweeted. “Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!”

Clinton said in her Little Rock speech she wouldn’t be silenced. “I’m gonna keep speaking out,” she said.

She dominated Saturday’s conversation, which was moderated by James Carville, a Bill Clinton campaign veteran and Hillary Clinton campaign adviser.

She criticized the current administration for pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement, failing to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program and promoting what she called the “fairy tale” that trickle-down economics will “make everything great.”

“Yeah, we may be cutting Medicare and Medicaid and health care and make it more expensive to go to school and all the stuff that they’re trying to do in Washington, but it’s all gonna work out,” she said sarcastically. “It’s such nonsense.”

She also mocked Trump for his approach to foreign policy, contrasting his Twitter diplomacy to her husband’s approach to international issues.

“There was nothing fast and easy about it,” she said. “He didn’t tweet about it. He got to work about it, and he actually got it done.”

While Clinton appeared to take ownership for her unexpected loss last November, she also blamed what she maintained was the “perfect storm” of outside factors, including Russia’s election meddling and former FBI director James Comey’s 11th-hour decision to publicize the bureau’s late examination of emails related to her use of a private server during her time as secretary under President Barack Obama.

Clinton, who lost the election despite winning nearly 3 million more popular votes, told Mother Jones in an interview published Friday that “there are lots of questions about” the legitimacy of Trump’s election.

In a separate interview Friday, Clinton told WABC’s Rita Cosby that there is nothing she admires about Trump’s presidency.

“The answer is absolutely no,” she said. “I didn’t think he’d be as bad as he turned out to be.”

And while much of her rhetoric reflected on her and her husband’s experience in the 1992 campaign and the next eight years in the White House, she repeatedly knocked Trump and his administration.

“There is no such thing as an alternative fact,” she said at one point, referencing the term White House counselor Kellyanne Conway coined. “It does not exist — in politics or in nature. And it was astonishing to me the things people believed about me in this campaign.

Clinton recalled voters telling the people who knocked on doors for her: “Well, I can’t support her. She killed somebody; I can’t support her. She runs a child trafficking ring in the basement of a pizzeria.”

“Oh yeah,” she said they would reply when others said such rumors weren’t true: “’I saw it on the Internet.’”

Clinton said when she talks about “What Happened,” the title of her 2016 memoir, she’s “very focused on making sure it doesn’t happen again.”

“So that’s why I am speaking out and going to continue to speak out, and I’m going to do everything I can to try to have an election in 2018 that’s about real things,” she said.

Hillary Clinton was always meddling in government affairs when she was the First Lady. She’s mad for power and she believes that she can do a better job at anything than any man.

US Judge and Gubernatorial Candidate Gets Hammered for Talking About Sex with 50 Women

JUDGE BILL O’NEILL IS RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR OF OHIO.

My commentary follows this story which went viral on Friday.

BBC

Ohio voters are in shock after a top judge boasted of having been “sexually intimate” with “approximately 50 very attractive females”.

State Supreme Court Judge Bill O’Neill, who is a Democratic candidate for state governor, made the claim on Facebook on Friday afternoon.

In a follow-up interview he defended his post and a senator who was pictured apparently groping a sleeping woman.

Ohio Democrats condemned Judge O’Neill’s comments.

His post began: “Now that the dogs of war are calling for the head of Senator Al Franken I believe it is time to speak up on behalf of all heterosexual males.”

Judge O’Neill noted that as a candidate for governor, his admission would “save my opponents some research time”.

“In the last fifty years I was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females,” wrote the Chagrin Falls, Ohio, native.

The 70-year-old Democrat went on to describe two of the women and his alleged encounters with them.

“It ranged from a gorgeous personal secretary to Senator Bob Taft (Senior) who was my first true love and we made passionate love in the hayloft of her parents barn.”

He later edited the post to clarify it was the secretary – not Senator Taft – with whom he purportedly had sexual relations.

In an interview with Cleveland.com after the post was published, Judge O’Neill confirmed he had written it.

He told the publication the number “50” could be incorrect since he “doesn’t keep count”.

Judge O’Neill also said he did not think it improper for a Supreme Court justice to divulge particulars of his sex life.

According to Ohio media, Judge O’Neill must retire from the bench when his current term ends in 2019 due to age restrictions.

He is the only Democrat not just on the state Supreme Court, but to hold state-wide office in Ohio.

The over-sharing jurist launched his campaign for governor in late October on a platform of expanding mental care access, tax incentives for solar power, and legalising cannabis – the last of which he mentioned in his Facebook tell-all.

The post provoked an avalanche of responses on social media ranging from baffled to admiring to derisive.

One woman wrote: “YOU ARE TRASH.”

A man posted: “You earned my vote.”

Many pointed out the judge’s encounters appeared to be consensual in contrast to Senator Al Franken, who along with Senate hopeful Roy Moore, is accused of non-consensual sexual contact.

Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor condemned her colleague in a statement.

“No words can convey my shock,” she said.

“This gross disrespect for women shakes the public’s confidence in the integrity of the judiciary.”

Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Seelbach wrote to Judge O’Neill on Twitter: “Not only have you lost any glimpse of support from me, (you’ve) also lost my respect.”

Mary Taylor, Republican lieutenant governor of Ohio, posted on Twitter: “There’s a very serious conversation going on right now in this country about sexual harassment and @BillForOhio’s crass post is ill-timed and dismissive at best.”

“We have to be better than this,” she added.

But Judge O’Neill doubled down on his comments in a subsequent Facebook post.

“Lighten up folks,” he scolded his critics.

“This is how Democrats remain in the minority.”

I’m going to try to thread the needle with my thoughts.

1. I defend the right of every single man to have sexual relationships with single women who consent to such relationships.

2. I defend the right of every single woman to reject any and all single men. In fact, I encourage her to remain chaste until marriage.

As my traditional, Catholic brown Mexican girlfriend (I wasn’t always a race realist) said to me, before she would canoodle with any male, she wanted a ring, as in wedding ring.

We would certainly benefit from a toned down, too highly sexed culture. Adolf Hitler understood the importance of family formation and high morals. We should emulate him in that regard.

3. The reaction to the judge’s story is both frightening and hilarious. He’s a virile man who has averaged one sexual partner a year and somehow he’s been painted as an evil oppressor of women.

That’s the new hypocritical puritanism for you, as practiced by liberals who created the highly sexualized society we now live in.

These same liberals weren’t at all “shocked” by predator Bill Clinton, but they are shocked that single men and women engage in consensual sex.

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

4. At the university the lesbian professors were the real predators, preaching “How do you know you’re not attracted to women unless you’ve experienced a woman’s love,” or words to that effect.

Furthermore, male professors and politicians are like rock stars in having their groupies.

No one can tell me that these groupies are oppressed victims.

Hillary voters turn on Bill Clinton

THEY WANTED IT …

THEY DIDN’T.

The drawback to the current moral panic over men sexually harassing women, or in the case of Bill Clinton, allegedly raping them, is that it likely encourages false allegations by publicity hounds of exaggerated ones by sincere women who want people to feel sorry for them.

For the moment at least, the heat is on Bill Clinton rather than Roy Moore, the poster boy du jour for alleged naughty behavior.

Washington Times

A majority of Hillary Clinton voters say the sexual misconduct accusations against Bill Clinton are “credible,” according to a new poll.

The Huffington Post/YouGov survey released on Wednesday found 53 percent of those who voted for the former first lady believe the allegations against her husband have merit. Eleven percent say the accusations are “not credible,” and 36 percent are not sure or need more information.

Among President Trump’s base, 84 percent say the accusations against Mr. Clinton are valid, while 4 percent say they are not.

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Juanita Broaddrick accused Mr. Clinton of raping her in 1978.

Kathleen Willey, a former White House aide, said Mr. Clinton groped her in his office in 1993. Mr. Clinton has denied both of those allegations.

Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, asserted that while Mr. Clinton was governor in 1991, he propositioned her for sex and exposed himself. The former president settled a lawsuit with Ms. Jones in 1998 for $850,000 with no admission of guilt.

Several women have also accused Mr. Clinton of engaging in extramarital affairs―most notably Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern at the center of the effort to impeach Mr. Clinton for perjury.

The poll comes as several prominent Democrats have come to acknowledge Mr. Clinton’s transgressions in the wake of the allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

MSNBC host Chris Hayes tweeted on Friday: “As gross and cynical and hypocritical as the right’s ‘what about Bill Clinton‘ stuff is, it’s also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”

Whether one believes allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Trump, however, is still largely dependent on politics.

Eighty-three percent of Hillary voters say the sex allegations against Mr. Trump are “credible,” compared to 6 percent of Trump voters who say the same.

A similar split exists when it comes to former Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly, who was ousted from the network earlier this year amid reports that he racked up millions of dollars to settle sexual harassment lawsuits. Just 18 percent of Trump voters said those allegations have merit, compared to 76 percent of Hillary voters.

Both sides agree that the accusations against Mr. Weinstein are credible. Eighty-one percent of Hillary voters and 74 percent of Trump voters say the wide-ranging allegations against the Hollywood producer are believable.

The Huffington Post/YouGov poll surveyed 1,000 respondents from Oct. 27 to 28. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percent.

Maybe both Democrats and Republicans can come together to make sure (((Harvey))) is put on trial for the alleged rape he committed.

I wonder if all those women teachers who have sex with their students will learn a lesson from all this?

Nah!

Weinstein Effect Snares More Celebrities in Shameful Sex Allegations

It’s a Jew-fest, it is.

Not that the writers of this piece would publish the J-word.

They have put together a beautiful summary of the denizens of Hollywood who have been accused of crossing over to the dark side.

Some of them are pictured above, but there are more. Not all of them are Jews, but a disproportionate number are. Some of the names, like Dustin Hoffman, you’ll recognize. Others are more obscure.

Following this piece, which is characterized by men giving insincere apologies, I’ve included the greatest insincere apology of all time–Bill Clinton’s 1998 apology to America for the Monica Lewinsky indiscretion. It’s a gem.

NOLA

Sunday (Nov. 5) will mark one month since The New York Times rocked Hollywood with its explosive exposé recounting what it characterized as a decades-long pattern of sexual harassment and abuse of women by film producer Harvey Weinstein. A month later, it’s clear that if his accusers were hoping to shine a light on the once-winked-at issue of sexual harassment in Tinseltown, they’ve certainly done it.

Since that initial story, the Weinstein scandal has dominated headlines both inside the industry and outside of it. Hundreds of additional women have come forward to accuse Weinstein and any number of other Hollywood powerbrokers of misconduct, blowing the lid off the town’s casting couch culture.

Below, find a listing of celebrities accused of inappropriate behavior in the wake of the Weinstein scandal. Some of them work in Hollywood, some don’t. Some have apologized, some have denied the claims against them.

You can also expect this list to grow — because the Harvey Weinstein story appears to be well on its way from being a scandal to being a movement.

The list starts with faggot pedophile Kevin Spacey.

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O’Reilly Apologizes to Eric Bolling for Mentioning Son’s Suicide During Sexual Harassment Defense

Bill O’Reilly has apologized for bringing in the death of the son of former Fox News anchor Eric Bolling while defending himself against charges of sexual harassment.

In general, making apologies for stating the truth about something or using a taboo word is not a good idea. That general rule does have exceptions. I would argue that this is one of them.

O’Reilly’s protestations of innocence are another story. It seems incredible that an innocent man would pay one of his accusers $32 million to go away. O’Reilly’s personality flaws were often on display on The Factor. He’s loud and aggressive. He enjoys wining arguments. He fancies himself a ladies man, as you could tell from his interactions with attractive women guests on The Factor.

It’s easy to picture O’Reilly acting like a jerk toward woman AND men.

More than likely, he aggressively flirted with the ladies, they flirted back, and things progressed from there. O’Reilly had the power to help a woman’s career and women admit to being attracted to power.

The left, including feminists, wanted to shut him up. That’s reason enough for the alt-right to ignore the demonizing of the man and give him some support.

The Hill

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly apologized Monday evening to his one-time colleague Eric Bolling for evoking the death of Bolling’s son while slamming reports of the sexual harassment allegations O’Reilly faced at the network.

“Apologies to Eric Bolling and prayers for him and his family. The message I tried to send was that allegations harm kids. Nothing more,” O’Reilly tweeted to his 2.32 million followers.

The apology comes on the same day O’Reilly brought up Bolling during an interview with The New York Times after the paper reported the former “O’Reilly Factor” host had settled with legal analyst Lis Wiehl for $32 million after she accused him of sexual harassment.

“All of a sudden all this stuff happens and the pain it brings to my children is indescribable. Indescribable,” O’Reilly said to the newspaper. “I would give up my life to protect my children, but I find myself not being able to protect them because of things that are being said about me.”

O’Reilly added that the paper should consider the ramifications of their reporting and cited Bolling’s son’s death in September as an example.

“Eric Bolling’s son is dead, he’s dead because of allegations made in my opinion — and I know this to be true against Mr. Bolling,” O’Reilly said.

Both O’Reilly and Bolling were ousted from Fox this year amid sexual harassment allegations. O’Reilly was fired in April, and Bolling last month.

“I believe it is beyond inappropriate for anyone to bring in the tragic death of my son Eric Chase Bolling,” Bolling said in a statement Monday.

“Just as Bill O’Reilly had wanted to shield his children from the allegations against him, I hope he will honor my request and avoid any future mentions of my son. My parting from Fox News was in no way connected to the tragic news of my son’s passing,” he said.

Eric Chase Bolling was found dead at his Boulder, Colo., apartment one day after his father was let go from Fox. The 19-year-old was a student at the University of Colorado.

Comments at The Hill are negative toward O’Reilly, comparing him to Trump, referring to both of them as sleezebags. Funny how liberals always omit Bill Clinton from discussions of women’s sexual assault. Clinton paid off Paula Jones. Trump has paid off no one.

Crooked Hillary Tried to Get Out of Going to Trump’s Inauguration

Some things are better left unsaid. Hillary Clinton’s confession that she tried to dodge attending the Trump inauguration is one of them.

If she’s in the mood to confess, why doesn’t she confess the many crimes she’s been implicated in.

Mrs. Clinton is an incredibly shallow and stupid person. Everyone knows that she’s not going to have anything good to say about the man who shockingly defeated her almost a year ago. So, just shut up.

AOL

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she tried everything to dodge President Trump’s inauguration in January.

“I really tried to get out of going,” she said on Friday’s broadcast of “The Graham Norton Show.”

Clinton explained that she had been invited not as a candidate but as a former First Lady because, traditionally, former living Presidents and First Ladies attend presidential inaugurations “to show support, continuity of our government,” Clinton said.

Clinton said she thought that if other former Presidents and their spouses planned on boycotting the event, that it might be okay for Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to do the same.

“So we called the Bushes, and the elder Bushes were in the hospital, which I think was legitimate,” Clinton said.

“Then we called the younger Bushes and they said, ‘yeah, we’re going,’ we called the Carters, and they said, ‘yeah, we’re going.’ So Bill and I looked at each other and said well we got to go.”

Despite their best efforts, the Clintons did attend Trump’s inauguration, which Clinton described as “divisive.”

Clinton said she was hopeful that Trump would “rise to the occasion of being our President and being the President for everybody, not just people who supported him.

Instead, she left the inauguration “so disappointed” after listening to Trump deliver a “really dark, divisive speech that I described as a cry from the white nationalist gust,” Clinton said, referring to a passage in her new memoir, “What Happened.”

“I was so disappointed that it wasn’t an outreach. It was a narrowing and hammering of what he had said before,” Clinton said.

She also told Norton that former President George W. Bush reportedly called Trump’s inauguration speech “some weird s–t.”

George W. Bush is a moron. He’s unable to find his way out of a paper bag. As Pat Buchanan observed, the world is increasingly rejecting Bush’s globalist vision of a borderless world dominated by the false equality that Bush preached along with his Republican establishment and Democrats.

They’re all bought and paid for by Israel. The world needs to understand that. They’ll say anything and do anything for money, fame, and power.

Bombshell FBI Report: Crooked Hillary’s Uranium Deal with Russia Netted Clintons Millions

Lock her up.

The mainstream media pulled out all stops on Tuesday to make this story go away.

New York Post

It turns out the Obama administration knew the Russians were engaged in bribery, kickbacks and extortion in order to gain control of US atomic resources — yet still OK’d that 2010 deal to give Moscow control of one-fifth of America’s uranium. This reeks.

Peter Schweizer got onto part of the scandal in his 2015 book, “Clinton Cash”: the gifts of $145 million to the Clinton Foundation, and the $500,000 fee to Bill for a single speech, by individuals involved in a deal that required Hillary Clinton’s approval.

The New York Times confirmed and followed up on Schweizer’s reporting — all of it denounced by Hillary as a partisan hit job.

But now The Hill reports that the FBI in 2009 had collected substantial evidence — eyewitnesses backed by documents — of money-laundering, blackmail and bribery by Russian nuclear officials, all aimed at growing “Vladimir Putin’s atomic-energy business inside the United States” in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

The bureau even flagged the routing of millions from Russian nuclear officials to cutouts and on to Clinton, Inc.

Hillary Clinton, again, sat on a key government body that had to approve the deal — though she now claims she had no role in a deal with profound national-security implications, and during the campaign called the payments a coincidence.

The Obama administration — anxious to “reset” US-Russian relations — kept it all under wraps, refusing to tell even top congressional intelligence figures.

And when the Obamaites in 2014 filed low-level criminal charges against a single individual over what the FBI found, they did so with little public fanfare.

“The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national-security concerns,” one veteran of the case told The Hill.

Yet the administration let Moscow move ahead — publicly insisting that there were no national-security worries — and no evidence of Russian interference, despite many lawmakers’ concern at the time.

There’s more: Until September 2013, the FBI director was Robert Mueller — who’s now the special counsel probing Russian meddling in the 2016 election. It’s hard to see how he can be trusted in that job unless he explains what he knew about this Obama-era coverup.

The Hill offers the full, detailed story, explaining why Hillary reeks of corruption.

One more thing. You might have seen the news that Hillary Clinton broke her toe and cancelled her interviews.

Did she really?

There were hints that something big was breaking on Tuesday. Could she be faking a broken toe in order to give herself an excuse for hiding out from the questions that would be forthcoming about her collusion with the (((Russian mafia?)))

Sean Hannity made this story his lead Tuesday night:

“Uranium One will be one of the biggest scandals this country has ever seen,” he said.

“Hillary Clinton and her husband sold out America to the Russians as [money] flowed to the Clinton Foundation,” he added.

He said that, for the “liberal ideologues” who are “screaming Russia” and looking for collusion, “we’ve got it for them.”

Hannity said Congress and special counsel Robert Mueller should “stop wasting time” with Trump and turn their attention to the Uranium One deal.