Scandal-ridden Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton apparently deleted portions of her webpage which stated that sexual assault believes should be “believed.”
The former secretary of state made headlines in September when she declared that all sexual assault survivors have the right to be “heard” and “believed.” Hillary seemingly bumped her head again and forgot who she’s married to: American’s most sexually deviant politician accused of multiple counts of sexual assault, including even rape.
Turning up the awkward, Hillary was asked at a campaign event in December if women who have accused her husband of sexual assault, such as Juanita Broaddrick, should be “believed.”
“Well, I would say that everybody should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence,” answered an uncomfortable Hillary, making headlines in conservative media once again.
Broaddrick, an alleged rape victim of Bill Clinton, scolded Hillary publicly via a now-viral tweet.
“I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73….it never goes away,” wrote Broaddrick.
Here’s where it gets even worse: The Clinton campaign apparently deleted a portion of Hillary’s quote which suggests that all victims be “believed” from her website page.
Here’s a screenshot of the full quote from Hillary’s webpage in November:
Here’s a screenshot of that same quote, now missing the “have a right to be believed” portion, from her webpage in February:
Currently, the webpage continues to showcase the quote with the “have a right to be believed” omission. But unlike February, Hillary added a video of herself saying the complete quote.
Compounding Hillary’s problem of apparent hypocrisy, Broaddrick is not staying silent. On Monday, Buzzfeed posted an expose on Broaddrick’s story, with the devastating headline: “Juanita Broaddrick Wants to be Believed.”
But, this is nothing new for Hillary; she has been plagued by scandals throughout her entire corrupt career, successfully escaping all of them thus far.