BUCK: Democrats’ Pledge to ‘Come Clean’ on Clinton Accusers Didn’t Last Very Long
Posted On 28 Nov 2017 /
Speaking on ‘America Now’ Monday night, host Buck Sexton called-out hypocritical Democrats who are now ready to “come clean” after decades of “victim shaming” Clinton accusers; saying “all women must be believed.”
“What we have seen is the liberal-switch when it comes to the seriousness with regard to sexual harassment and sexual assault. The, ‘Oh we’re going to confront the demons of Clinton past’ or ‘We’re going to confront the problems of modern feminism becoming a partisan instrument.’ That didn’t last,” said Buck.
“The idea that the left was going to come clean on this stuff, that didn’t last very long,” he added. “The media, all of a sudden, was writing articles saying, ‘We’re going to question our past with regard to Clinton.’ Multiple women saying he sexually assaulted them, one woman saying he flatly just raped her. We have their names, they’re on the record, and the left maligned them. Truly victim shamed them.”
“Then they were saying, ‘Maybe we shouldn’t have done that because women must be believed.’ Then the left had to deal with, ‘Wait a second, there are two very high-profile Democrats with sex scandals,” Sexton said.
“One in the House but more importantly to their political fortunes […] When it comes to votes and pure power politics, Franken and his Senate seat is a much bigger issue for the Democrats,” he added.