The avid Hillary-supporters at MSNBC, who recently agreed on air that the Clintons are “brilliant,” just covered up for the Clinton machine again—and in egregious fashion.

As seen in the video below, MSNBC originally aired a clip of Bill Clinton being asked numerous times by reporter Kerry Picket about the reemergence of Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who claims to have been raped by the former president, on Thursday in Iowa while stumping for his wife. The network then re-aired the footage two more times but kindly cut out this exchange (roughly 10 seconds) at the exact time Picket began to ask questions concerning the alleged rape victim. How convenient.

Per the Free Beacon:

In an article entitled “Bill Clinton Avoids Reporter’s Question About Reemergence of Juanita Broaddrick,” the Daily Caller posted the full video of the exchange that played on MSNBC at 2:29 ET. Clinton answered NBC reporter Kristen Welker’s questions, which did not mention Broaddrick, about the effect of his past on his wife’s campaign, but Clinton ignored Picket’s queries regarding Broaddrick.

However, when MSNBC re-aired Welker’s package in the following hour, Picket’s questions about Broaddrick are skipped over. Only Welker’s are shown. The same segment was repeated once again during the 4 p.m. hour, again without Picket’s questions.

After Hillary Clinton declared that all sexual assault victims should be heard and believed, and accused Donald Trump of having a “penchant for sexism,” questions about Bill’s troubling past and Hillary’s enabling and silencing have come into play.

As The Daily Wire previously reported, the Democratic presidential candidate was asked in a New Hampshire town hall event if women who have been assaulted by her husband should be believed too:

“You say that all rape victims should be believed, but you say that about Juanita Broderick, Kathleen Wiley, and/or Paula Jones? Should we believe them, as well?" asked the audience member.

Clinton answered, “Well, I would say that everybody should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence.”

At another New Hampshire event, an audience member and victim of rape herself confronted the former secretary of state about her husband’s history of alleged sexual assault, to which Hillary silenced her and told her she was “very rude.”

Furthermore, Broaddrick has recently taken to social media to re-expose the Clintons.

“I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now never goes away,” wrote Broaddrick on Twitter.

Broaddrick also expressed how she was “dreading” to see her “abuser on tv campaign for enabler wife.”

There is only so much covering up the Clinton-allies in the mainstream media can do to shield the public from the troubling past of the Clintons.