The Clintons refuse to go away.
Hillary Clinton is flirting with a late 2020 presidential run, and Chelsea Clinton is being groomed as a young congressional hopeful.
Bill Clinton is in panic mode because an ugly secret from his past just caught up to him.
The walls may be closing in on Bill Clinton.
The Democrats and their media allies put up a wall around him in 1998 during the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal.
Clinton lied under oath and pressured witnesses to commit perjury.
If Lewinsky hadn’t saved her dress blotted with Bill’s DNA, the Clintons and the media would’ve bulldozed her.
They tried to do it, but Lewinsky had the smoking dress.
In addition to sexual harassment, Clinton was also credibly accused of forcible rape.
Juanita Broaddrick recounted a harrowing story of her assault at the hands of Clinton in an Arkansas hotel in the late 1970s when he was running for governor.
In the 1990s, feminists like Gloria Steinem fiercely defended Clinton, downplaying his misconduct, simply because he was a champion of abortion.
But now that the “woke” era is upon us, these same leftists are finally catching up to what conservatives and Republicans said back then.
There seems to be a reckoning coming for Bill Clinton.
After Senator Al Franken was pressured into resigning amid reports of inappropriately touching women while taking photos, the obvious connections to Clinton bubbled up.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand even said that Clinton probably should’ve stepped down.
If only the Democrats had said that 20 years ago.
But they’re saying it now, and Bill is panicking.
Journalist Ronan Farrow, the man who broke the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal and subsequent attempted cover-up by NBC, commented on “Real Time with Bill Maher” that Clinton was “credibly accused” of rape and it was time to re-examine the case against him.
And Clinton’s accusers are ready to talk.
After Farrow’s segment aired, three women who accused Clinton of sexual assault, Juanita Broaddrick, Leslie Millwee, and Kathleen Willey, all spoke with the Daily Caller.
Broaddrick said, “I always have thought that this should be revisited…I would like for something to be done in order to expose this man for all of the things that he has done and possibly get all of his past presidential perks taken from him.”
Broaddrick also believes the various accusations against Bill never went anywhere because of his power and status.
Broaddrick’s suspicions are more certainly correct.
Farrow detailed how his Weinstein story was spiked, and he also highlighted how NBC News allegedly covered up Matt Lauer’s sexual misconduct.
And a recent bombshell report showed that ABC News covered up a story on Jeffrey Epstein, who had ties to the Clintons.
Bill Clinton has been protected for years, but that protection is starting to erode and long-neglected questions are beginning to be asked.
He’s weaseled his way out of allegations before, but this time the media will be less willing to do his bidding.