Do Trump’s words or Clinton’s actions matter more? To me, actions speak louder than words, and Clinton’s actions are indefensible.
As a woman, I find the comments published about Donald Trump disgusting. But I find the actions of Hillary Clinton throughout her career unforgivable and reprehensible.
Women have fought long and hard for equality. For another female to disrespect the progress made by defending the indefensible is unconscionable.
Hillary Clinton has always wanted to be President of the United States of America. When she realized she couldn’t achieve that without her more outgoing, personable, likeable spouse, she began her real war on women. That’s such a tired expression but it’s time it’s put on the side of the aisle where it belongs. Republicans have never had a “war on women” — but Hillary Clinton has been waging it for years.
From Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Barbara Olson:
Nor are many Americans fully aware of the extremes to which she has gone in order to protect and abet Bill Clinton’s secret life. The supreme irony is that this 1960’s liberal, as a partner to Bill Clinton, has become ever more darkly Nixonian in her outlook and methods—thought without Nixon’s statesmanlike substance, and redemptive Quaker conscience.
Hillary Clinton’s entire career is shrouded in scandal, lies, and less than ethical behavior. She has promoted herself as a champion of women’s rights but her behavior says something much different. What is incomprehensible is how her female supporters refuse to acknowledge her activities that run counter to those of women’s rights and equality.
This is a woman obsessed by power since she was young. Her ideology and tactics turned to the goals and objectives of the radical left under the mentorship of Saul Alinsky, whose methods she has followed throughout her life. She zeroes in on a target. Then demeans and diminishes that target to distract those whose support she wants away from salient issues.
I’m not going to talk about Bill Clinton’s abuse and harassment of women. Everybody knows all about that. What I take strong issue with are Hillary Clinton’s attempts to destroy the women involved. In my naïveté, I despise lies and hypocrisy. Especially when they are in direct contrast to a politician’s public statements and platforms. Especially when her reason is to get more power, and with it, inherent wealth. The idea that Hillary Clinton is a strong icon of womanhood is perpetuated by a dishonest media and is false.
Any woman who believes in equal treatment for women in all aspects of life would never enable and be complicit in her spouse’s public humiliations of her and his horrific abuses of women. A strong, capable, competent woman would divorce such a man, knowing she could succeed on her own merits.
Instead Hillary Clinton chose to hire private detectives to find information to disparage these women. In one case, a woman who revealed her abuse was threatened, had dead pets left on her front porch, and was castigated by Mrs. Clinton. What kind of woman does that to a victim? To a one, victims of Hillary’s husband have been the targets of her venom. They’ve been systematically frightened, threatened, and denigrated. Not because she thought they were wrong. But because she wants nothing to stand in the way of her insatiable hunger for the highest office in the world.
Barbara Olson also wrote:
Over the years Hillary Clinton has assembled and skillfully used an arsenal of opposition researchers and private detectives that her one-time mentor, Dick Morris, now identifies as a “secret police” that has been used in a “systematic campaign to intimidate, frighten, threaten, discredit, and punish innocent Americans whose only misdeed is their desire to tell the truth.
A private citizen’s words are just that — words — and certain words are not uttered for public consumption and there is an expectation that they will be kept private. But a woman running for public office, who has attained powerful positions, should know that her words and actions will be studied and are part of the public domain.
The media, the Republican establishment and some delicate ladies are up in arms about what Trump has said. They are woefully ignorant or simply don’t care about the actions of the woman who wants to be President.
So when this weak, enabling, dependent woman expresses horror at her opponent’s words, it rings false. When she tells us she will always fight for women and children, those words, too, ring false as they belie her history.
Most women understand that there are intrinsic differences between men and women. And that’s a good thing to be kept inviolate. Most also understand that when put in a room with the same gender, both speak differently than when in the company of the opposite sex. What anyone — man or woman — speaks is not as important as one’s actions.
“One day, UD officers met to review events at their respective posts. A bewildered new officer arrived. “Hey”, you’ll never believe it, but I passed the First Lady, and she told me to go to hell!”
“A second young officer responded, “You think that’s bad? I passed her on the West Colonnade, and all I said was ‘Good Morning, First Lady’. She told me ‘Go f___ yourself!”
When Hillary Clinton tells those whose job it is to take a bullet for her to “eff off.” When she calls a victim a slut. When she thinks a passed polygraph that led to a child rapist getting off is funny. Those are all words that were said in public settings — not at a girl’s weekend.
They are also every bit as horrific as anything Trump has said. Her actions against her spouse’s victims, her outright lies about a child rape victim to get the offender off, are inexcusable. They also show she does not have the moral compass needed to lead this great country.