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!

Negro Tranny Wins City Council Seat in Minnesota

“ANDREA” JENKINS. THE LADY HAS A WEE WEE.

On Tuesday night I posted the story of a white tranny who won public office in Virginia. Since then, we’ve learned that another tranny has won public office.

New York Daily News

Andrea Jenkins won a seat on the Minneapolis City Council, becoming the first openly transgender person of color ever elected to public office in the U.S.

Jenkins, a former policy aide to two city council members, captured 73% of the votes to win Minneapolis’ Eight Ward over three other candidates Tuesday night.

Jenkins picked up endorsements from the Minneapolis Star Tribune as well as Congressman Keith Ellison while running a campaign emphasizing affordable housing, raising the minimum wage and fair policing.

MUH NIGGA’S GOIN’ BALD.

I’m going to guess that Ward Eight is at least 73 percent Nogs. Do they even know milady has a ****?

“As an African American trans-identified woman, I know firsthand the feeling of being marginalized, left out, thrown under the bus. Those days are over. We don’t just want a seat at the table, we want to set the table,” Jenkins said in her victory speech, according to KMSP.

Jenkins, who is also an award-winning poet, writer, and performance artist, makes history alongside Danica Roem, a transgender woman who won a seat in Virginia’s legislature.

Roem has become the first openly transgender person to serve in the House of Delegates after defeating Republican incumbent Del. Bob Marshall.

Our Jewish friends in the psychiatric profession (aka the headshrinkers) tell us that it’s perfectly OK to fall into degeneracy and perversion of all kinds. Their promotion of trannies into prominence has been remarkably successful.

If “Andrea” leads more Negros into faggotry, then who am I to criticize “her.” Every Negro who goes full blown tranny is one less Negro who’s going to breed and one more Negro likely to come down with AIDs.

That’s the silver lining to the dark cloud in this story.

Disgusting Tranny Headed to Virginia State Legislature, Highlighting American Degeneracy

“DANICA” ROEM. WILL BE MAKING THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA.

DEGENERATES.

In newsrooms across the USA tonight, they’re breaking out the bottles of champagne.

The plot to transform America took a giant leap forward on Tuesday night with the election of a male-to-female transgender individual to the Virginia state legislature.

Making matters worse is that “she” defeated a longtime office holder who openly fought allowing sick men in dresses into women’s restrooms.

NBC Washington

Danica Roem, a journalist turned public works advocate, has won Virginia’s 13th District House of Delegates seat, making her the state’s first transgender legislator.

Roem beat out the district’s 26-year incumbent, conservative values and government transparency champion Bob Marshall.

The race attracted national attention as Marshall, a conservative who proposed a bill restricting which bathrooms transgender people could use, faced off against the transgender stepmother who plays in a metal band.

The district also found itself in the spotlight as one of a few Republican-governed areas that voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.

Roem ran on a platform focused on infrastructure projects to create jobs and fix Maryland’s clogged Route 28, along with raising teacher pay.

Marshall put government issues at the center of his campaign, promoting government transparency, small businesses and school choice for parents.

Roem spent more time in the spotlight than her opponent. Marshall refused to debate Roem and often declined interviews.

In an NPR interview in September, Marshall said the election was about America’s national character and Roem was going against nature.

“Danica clearly is out here doing this for making a marker in the national character that you can engage in this behavior — which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature’s God — and hold public office to make decisions on behalf of the common good,” Marshall said. “That is what is kind of at stake here.”

He refused to speak with News4’s Julie Carey about flyers his campaign sent out last month. Those flyers referred to Roem as “him.”

“When Delegate Marshall realized that he cannot win on public policy issues, on traffic, jobs, schools and health care, he resorted to trash,” Roem responded.

Roem told News4 that when she was knocking on Virginians’ doors, voters didn’t ask about her gender. But across the country, a number of groups and individuals took interest in the race because of Roem’s background.

After President Donald Trump announced on Twitter his intention to ban transgender people from the military, Roem received $52,000 in donations in one day, News4 reported.

The outside money came throughout the campaign, though. Roem was supported by Victory Fund, a national group that aims to elect LGBTQ leaders. Some of her largest campaign donations, according to Virginia Department of Elections filings, were from individuals in New York and Chris Abele, a county executive from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who donated $40,000.

During the final fundraising period of the race, Roem brought in more than $300,000, significantly more than Marshall’s roughly $165,000. Few of Marshall’s donations came from outside Virginia.

THE CANDIDATES
Both have a long history in Virginia’s 13th District, which encompasses parts of Prince William County and Manassas City.

Roem was born in Manassas and attended Catholic school in northern Virginia until she moved away for college. After college, she returned to Virginia and worked for the Gainesville Times, a local newspaper. She later worked for the Prince William Times and the Montgomery County Sentinel.

In 2013, Roem began her transition to life as a woman. She changed her name and started hormone replacement therapy.

“It was great. I could just keep doing my job,” Roem said on her website.

Marshall was born in Takoma Park, Maryland, and moved to Prince William County with his family in 1980, according to his website. He was elected to the House of Delegates in 1991 and has served in the legislature since.

In office, he fought to preserve privacy and help small businesses, supporting a measure that prohibited police from searching phones without a warrant. He also wrote a bill cutting the burden of paperwork on Virginia businesses.

He has championed conservative causes. Marshall sponsored Virginia’s own failed “bathroom bill,” which would have effectively banned transgender people from using opposite-sex bathrooms in government buildings and schools. He tried to block Virginia from adding sex and gender discrimination to anti-discrimination rules.

Memo to Virginia state legislators: If you’re male, you’ve got a chick with a dick as a colleague now, i.e., a faggot. Watch your d*cks.

If you’re a female legislator, just remember that you’re new girlfriend has a d*ck and you’ll be OK. I hope.

Tranny Democrat Running for State Legislature Against “Bathroom Bill” Author in Virginia

DANICA ROEM IS A SO-CALLED TRANS WOMAN.

What do you have when you put a male into a dress and let him call himself a woman?

The (((elites))) say you have a trans woman, who should be allowed to use the women’s bathroom and lockerroom.

The general public would be less tolerant, with the terms “chick with a d*ck” and “shemale” coming to mind.

A country crazy enough to put Barack Obama in the White House is also crazy enough to elect trannies to local office. Expect more of them.

NPR

State legislative races don’t usually draw a lot of national attention – but Virginia’s House District 13 race is: it pits a Republican incumbent known for unsuccessfully sponsoring a so-called “bathroom bill” against a transgender woman.

If she succeeds in unseating Delegate Bob Marshall, Democrat Danica Roem would be the country’s first openly transgender state lawmaker.

Roem’s background may set her apart as a political candidate, but her message to voters in this district, in the outer Washington, D.C. suburbs, is pretty standard for a local politician. She’s focusing on bread-and-butter “quality of life” issues, she says, like roads funding, schools, and water infrastructure.

Roem argues she’s uniquely informed about local issues and prepared to problem-solve because of her years working as a newspaper reporter in the region.

“I’ve dedicated my professional career to vetting information…and then reporting the truth as it is, not what other people hope it should be,” she said. “…And when I’m in office I can do the same thing.”

“SHE’S” KNOCKING ON DOORS.

But most of the attention has focused on Roem’s status as a transgender woman challenging an incumbent who known for his opposition to LGBT rights. Marshall has been in office for 26 years – since Roem, now 33, was a child growing up in the area.

Marshall hasn’t responded to repeated requests for interviews with NPR, but he has talked to conservative radio hosts like Sandy Rios of American Family Radio.

In an interview in September, Marshall said the race is about more than local policy debates.

“Danica clearly is out here doing this for making a marker in the national character that you can engage in this behavior – which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature’s God – and hold public office to make decisions on behalf of the common good,” Marshall said. “That is what is kind of at stake here.”

In that interview, Rios and Marshall also speculated about whether or not Roem has had surgery as part of her transition from male to female.

In an interview at her campaign office in Manassas, Roem called the discussion “gross,” and said Marshall should focus on substantive issues, not her gender.

NOT LOOKING VERY WOMANLY, IS HE?

The story goes on to note that the LGBT movement has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to get “her” elected. That makes this election about her penis, not her platform.is

Hillary: White Women Who Voted Against Her Pressured by Brothers, Fathers

HILLARY SEZ SHE WUZ ROBBED.

So much failure, so many explanations.

Daily Caller

Hillary Clinton has an explanation for why women — white women, in particular — voted against her last November: they caved in to pressure from their husbands, fathers, boyfriends and male bosses.

Clinton made the excuse during an interview with NPR’s Rachel Martin during a promotional tour of her book, “What Happened.”

In the interview, Clinton was asked why, given that she was the first female presidential candidate, she fared worse than expected among female voters.

In typical Clinton fashion, she deflected the blame, suggesting that women who voted against her were somehow manipulated by men in their lives. She also claimed that “sexism” from supporters of Bernie Sanders might have played a part in her poor showing among female voters.

“You yourself in the book acknowledge that a good number of young women didn’t vote for you, which is presumably not a sexist choice. They just weren’t inspired by your message,” NPR’s Martin said to Clinton.

THEY DON’T LOOK BULLIED TO ME.

Doom On! Clueless Americans Have No Idea What July 4th Celebrates (Mark Dice Video)

Mark has hit another home run with this video shot on the beach in San Diego, California. Almost no one selected at random had any notion of what it is that the Fourth of July celebrates.

Many of those interviewed are nonwhite, foreign looking turd worlders, but even normal looking white Americans today are lost in their degeneracy, with no appreciation or understanding of where we have been, where we are at, and the HELL we are going toward at the speed of light.

Mark’s great work has been featured here many times. Be scared. The ignorant jackasses you see will be voting for Hillary this fall (or her fill in if she’s on trial). Most of these jackasses could talk for hours about Kim, Kanye, and the other degenerate celebrities they worship.

As comedian Ron White has said, “You can’t fix stupid.”

This video is being promoted on the Drudge Report this morning.

Video: Young People Shocked By Hillary’s Scandals

Watch as America’s college students attribute ridiculous statements made by Hillary Clinton to the Donald. If you have a college student friend or acquaintance, send them the video and challenge them to ferret out the truth about America’s #1 wicked witch.

Published on Jun 22, 2016

Read the story here: http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=7734

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