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WikiLeaks: Clinton Camp Asks Interesting Question About Bill Clinton And Bill Cosby

   DailyWire.com

On Thursday, WikiLeaks released their 20th dump of the hacked John Podesta emails, revealing the truth about the Hillary Clinton campaign’s serious worries over alleged sexual predator Bill Clinton and Mrs. Clinton’s hypocritical involvement in the matter.

In an email dated January 12, 2016, Hillary camp official Ron Klain created a list of probing “political” questions their campaign would have to address, “which now seem to be really owning the coverage.”

Aside from questions about slipping poll numbers and Hillary’s dismal trust issues, stemmed from her knack for habitual lying, Klain wondered about Hillary’s claim that all sexually assault accusers should be believed, other than those women who have accused her husband. He also asked about such women being “smeared” by Bill Clinton and Clinton “allies.” But most notably, he asked the damning question many Americans have raised: How is Bill Clinton any different from accused serial rapist Bill Cosby?

The email asks the following questions for the camp to address regarding “WJC,” or William Jefferson Clinton, AKA Bill Clinton:

4. WJC Issues

a. Is his conduct relevant to your campaign?

b. You said every woman should be believed. Why not the women who accused him?

c. Will you apologize to the women who were wrongly smeared by your husband and his allies?

d. How is what Bill Clinton did different from what Bill Cosby did?

The email was subsequently forwarded to Podesta, with the question, “John, how to handle [question] 4?”

But really, how are Clinton’s actions different from Cosby’s? Aside from being a documented lying philanderer, Clinton has been accused of sexual misconduct from a multitude of women, just as Cosby has. In fact, at least 15 different women have accused the former president of rape, sexual assault or sexual harassment. Clinton even shelled out $850,000 to accuser Paula Jones in an out-of-court agreement over her claims of sexual harassment. Clinton, like Cosby allegedly did, seemingly used his clout and political power to prey on his alleged victims.

But most notably, he asked the damning question many Americans have raised: How is Bill Clinton any different from accused serial rapist Bill Cosby?

Of course, the former president also has dear Hillary in his corner to help smear and allegedly threaten his accusers into silence—so there’s that for a “difference.”

Of course, there is one main difference between the two when it comes down to media portrayal: Clinton has seemingly gotten a free pass, whereas Cosby has been vilified and turned into a public outcast. To which conservative author Mark Steyn once asked: Is it the “racism thing?”