The women who feel they are victims of Bill Clinton make up a long list.
Author Candice E. Jackson, in her “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” discusses the plights of several.
Their names are recognized already: Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Monica Lewinsky, Juanita Broaddrick, and more. Their reports of misbehavior by Bill Clinton are not what Americans typically associate with the Oval Office.
But with America on the precipice of picking another Clinton, Hillary, to be president, a move that would put Bill Clinton back into a key place of White House influence, Jackson is launching a new effort.
It’s designed to educate “the public about the unique harm suffered by victims of women in positions of power.”
Victims of women?
Yes. There are many portrayals out there of Bill Clinton as a serial sexual predator.
The new “TheirLivesFoundation” is about the damage inflicted by Hillary Clinton on her husband’s victims in her march to the Democratic Party nomination for president.
“As a lawyer, Hillary Clinton defended a rapist, laughed about his guilt, and then had the audacity to blame the young female victim of this heinous crime,” the site explains.
And it has the audeo of Hillary Clinton’s own perspective:
“As a governor’s wife and then as First Lady, Hillary Clinton threatened and intimidated into silence many women her husband sexually harassed and assaulted, several of whom are featured in my book ‘Their Lives,'” Jackson writes on the site.
“Even the mainstream media has had no choice but to verify some of the terrible actions Hillary took against these women.”
The site explains, “The shameful truth is that Hillary Clinton has spent decades advancing her own political ambitions while ruining the lives of many women. Far from standing up for women who are victims of abuse, harassment, and assault, Hillary Clinton has publicly blamed those victims, sullied their good names and reputations, and marginalized their voices.”
Jackson, in an interview with WND, explained the new effort is to give the “brave women” a voice.
“It really makes sense to focus on the broader issues in our society. There is kind of an unspoken victimization of women – by women,” she said. “Hillary is an ideal illustration of that.”
The issue will exist long beyond this presidential race, she assured WND.
“That’s exactly right. If Hillary Clinton is not elected, it’s the end of her career … She will obviously play a role in history. Her historical legacy will continue for decades. This needs to be a part of it.”
If she is elected, “It becomes even more important – to call attention to the way that she is so hypocritical.”
She said an ideal development would be for the Clintons to admit their actions to their victims.
“There’s a tremendous amount of closure, healing that can go on from a public acknowledgement, apology,” she said.
She said Hillary Clinton really needs just to be consistent. After all, she said not long ago that women who charge that they were assaulted and raped should be believed.
“Hillary Clinton’s path to power is littered with dozens of women whose dignity and lives meant nothing compared to Hillary’s political ambitions,” the site explains. “Their Lives Foundation is … dedicated to giving voice to victims of those who abuse power, especially when that abuser is another woman.”