It is the duty of all young women to support Hillary Clinton – and there’s a special place in hell for those who do not.
These were the words of Madeleine Albright just a few months ago, and yet I wonder “where in hell do those who defend child rapist go?”
Why do I ask this question? Because Hillary Clinton did just that, and laughed about the fact that she knew he was guilty. She proceeded to defend the man and smear the rape victim’s reputation for personal gain.
Newly discovered audio recordings of Hillary Clinton from the early 1980s include the former first lady’s frank and detailed assessment of the most significant criminal case of her legal career: defending a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.
In 1975, the same year she married Bill, Hillary Clinton agreed to serve as the court-appointed attorney for Thomas Alfred Taylor, a 41-year-old accused of raping the child after luring her into a car.
If you want to imagine the stereotypical lurking child kidnapping rapist, he was just that.
Now one might contest that she was simply doing her duty in defending a rapist, and lord knows, how could she have known he did it?
Well, it turns out she did.
“I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” she added with a laugh.
Clinton can also be heard laughing at several points when discussing the crime lab’s accidental destruction of DNA evidence that tied Taylor to the crime.
In the case, Clinton did everything from suggest that girls like her fantasize about older men, that the client had a history of emotional instability, and that – since she’s from a disorganized family – she was apt to exaggerate everything.
These allegations against the client were made up, according to reports from the complainant years later. So I ask you, is someone who defends someone she knows is a child rapist by smearing a 12 year old’s reputation a hero for women? Is there a special place in hell for this rape victim because she’s not pro-Hillary?
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