Double Standard: The View’s Joy Behar Calls Bill Clinton’s Sex Assault Accusers “Tramps”

Double Standard: The View’s Joy Behar Calls Bill Clinton’s Sex Assault Accusers “Tramps”

Double Standard: The View’s Joy Behar Calls Bill Clinton’s Sex Assault Accusers “Tramps”

In case you missed it, following Sunday night’s debate, reporters from NBC and ABC asked the three women whom Donald Trump invited to the event—two of whom say Bill Clinton sexually assaulted them and one who says Hillary ruined her life after defending the man who raped her when she was just twelve years old—if they felt like they were being used as “props.” Here’s the “interview”:

Remember when the media asked a similar question of former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, relentlessly paraded before the cameras last week because she claimed Mr. Trump called her “fat?” Yeah, nor do I, because they didn’t. They slobbered all over her, booking her on every show they could in a shameless attempt to manipulate the women’s vote. So what’s the difference? It’s pretty obvious: one is the alleged victim of Donald Trump—reviled by the establishment media—and the others claim that serial liars Bill and Hillary Clinton harmed them. Naturally, they are therefore immediately deemed “distractions” to the coronation of their Queen.

Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, and Kathy Shelton sit near Bill Clinton in Sunday night's debate. (Photo Credit: WebDaily)
The women Behar labeled “Tramps:” Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, and Kathy Shelton sit near Bill Clinton during Sunday night’s debate. (Photo Credit: WebDaily)

But wait, it gets worse. On yesterday’s episode of The View, the insufferable Joy Behar—who earlier this year said, ironically, she’d vote for a rapist as long as he’s liberal—said this about the three women who claim Bill Clinton abused them:

This is the logic of liberalism. Does your head hurt as much as mine?

In case you’re anything like me and can’t stand the sound of Behar’s voice, here’s the transcript:

“Let’s start with the fact that she was the victim in all this,” noted co-host Whoopi Goldberg of Donald Trump’s decision to bring Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones [Kathy Shelton] at Sunday night’s presidential debate in St. Louis. “She was the one whom dirty was done, and Donald redid the dirty by reintroducing [inaudible].”

Behar then explained that Hillary “wouldn’t bring all the dirt up” when provoked by Trump.

“[Clinton] was being nice about the fact that her daughter was in the audience,” she continued, before stating she would have like to see the former secretary of state “apologize to those tramps who have slept with [her] husband.”

Tramps. The women who assert that Bill Clinton sexually harassed, molested, and in at least one case, raped them, in Joy’s warped worldview, where anything and everything goes in your quest to crown Queen Hillary, are “tramps.” And Hillary Clinton is the “victim.” Notice that Whoopie confuses “fact” with her personal opinion, and that Behar doesn’t demand an apology from Bill Clinton, but from the women he harmed. That’s some expert pretzel twisting. Only in the mind of an intellectually dishonest hack would that make any sense whatsoever. I’m betting this same woman spends many a day screeching about “rape culture” and how evil every American male is and how we must support our fellow women against said epidemic. Except when she’s not. Except when she’s so hopelessly in love with a criminal by the name of Hillary Clinton and will do and say anything to make sure her gender is the next to hold the office of the presidency. Silencing of sexual assault victims be damned.

In case you care to watch the entire vomit-inducing episode, here ya go. Make sure you have extra Pepto on hand:

Meanwhile, over at a post-debate Hillary rally:

Just imagine how, had Donald Trump said something similar, the tongue-wagging media would spin that phrase into some sort of rhetoric inciting violence and regurgitate it twenty-four-seven for the next three hundred years.

While I’m hardly a fangirl of Donald Trump’s—that’s an understatement—I’m grateful he’s provided these women a platform. Women who claim they’ve been sexually molested, victim-shamed, and worse should be believed, regardless of political affiliation, and treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. Hillary said it herself, if only to pander for votes. Sadly, these days only women who ascribe to the worldview of the Left seem to matter to fanatical liberal women like Joy Behar. The rest of us are conservative-shamed and labeled “irredeemable deplorables,” “tramps,” and “bimbos” by the likes of Joy Behar and Hillary Clinton. And for that they should both be ashamed. And resoundingly rejected. And given a lesson in the stark polarity between consensual sex and the violence of forcible rape. Because it’s pretty damned clear neither of them understands the difference. And couldn’t care less.

UPDATE [10:30 am PT] Behar has “apologized” for her vicious victim-blaming “joke.” Behold:

“I want to apologize,” she said with her eyes focused on the camera. “I never, ever intend to belittle sexual assault and the women who are victims of it ever… I made a joke… I’m sorry.”

She doesn’t “intend to belittle sexual assault” victims. Does that sound like contrition to you? This tidbit from Mrs. Bill Clinton comes to mind:

Birds of a feather, as they say.

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