Dianne Feinstein Wasn’t Interested in Bill Clinton Rape Accusation

| September 20, 2018 | 90 Comments

As you guys pointed out, Dianne Feinstein’s advancing Christine Ford’s rape accusation against Brett Kavanaugh, when she brought it up, is suspicious. Using a script from the Democrat playbook, they rolled out a sexual assault case against a conservative judge that threatens their leftist agenda.

Dianne Feinstein’s defenders are trying to argue that she didn’t have a choice. After all, information was leaked, the media found out about it, therefore she “had no other choice” but to release this information.

Right…

But, when the shoe was on the other foot, there wasn’t that much interest in “getting to the bottom of the matter”. When Juanita Broaddrick submitted her affidavit regarding her rape accusation against Bill Clinton, Democrats went ghost.

From the Washington Times:

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat, has championed Brett Kavanaugh’s #MeToo accuser, but Juanita Broaddrick says the senator never showed any interest in her 1999 rape allegation against President Bill Clinton.

“It’s absurd,” Ms. Broaddrick said Wednesday on Fox News. “Not one Democrat would look at my deposition with the independent counsel. Oh my gosh, they did not want to know about it.”

The same side of the argument that wanted to ignore, or brush then President Clinton’s sexual assault accusations under the rug, are ready to keep Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court.

Juanita Broaddrick had a stronger case than Christine Ford. Instead of being taken seriously, she suffered Hillary Clinton’s war on women.

But, they’re all of a sudden interested in a weak sexual assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh, one that those familiar with law enforcement would say “wouldn’t hold up in court.”

Ms. Broaddrick also said that if Senate Democrats want the FBI to investigate the 36-year-old accusations against Mr. Kavanaugh, they should reopen her 40-year-old case, too.

But, we’re not holding our breaths expecting the Democrats to hold conservatives and liberals to the same standard. Then President Clinton had an agenda to put forward, one that Dianne Feinstein supported.

Democrats and their supporters are seeing that the current administration is derailing their game plan. President Trump is correcting the mistakes the previous administration made. Well, what we see as mistakes, but what our “betters” see as “what we need”.

Now the Democrats are in full obstructionist mode to stem the changes that President Trump is working to bring about… And to ultimately reverse his policies in favor of restoring what was implemented before President Trump became president.

In their pushing for restoring Obama’s liberal agenda, many Democrats are working to sabotage President Trump’s efforts to put pro constitution judges on the Supreme Court bench. In this case, derail Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings.

Do it long enough until their hoped-for Democrat Congress gets underway next year.

Then they’d be in position to severely limit efforts to put people on the bench who refuse to push a leftist agenda down our collective throats.

What benefits the country outside of certain elitist bubbles isn’t always consistent with what our self-proclaimed “betters” consider as beneficial.

The stakes are high this November’s election. Don’t leave things to chance.

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  1. Ret_25X says:

    The democrats are not going to win back congress and will lose ground in the Senate.

    This is all a tempest in a teacup.

  2. Ex-PH2 says:

    This is the leftreds’ last chance to control the agenda and they know it.

    Go vote in November, or lose everything that you hold dear!

    • 5th/77thFA says:

      Preach, Preach, Preach, and Testify. Di Fi, Maxi Pad, The Bitchy Beast of Bengahzi, Billery, hell the list goes on and on; and it crosses both sides of the aisle. These are all the faces of what has gone wrong in our Country. Drain the Swamp! I have been concerned with the direction we have been going for decades. I have pushed and shoved contemporaries, oldsters, youngsters, co-workers, and people on the streets. Do your duty to your country, Go Vote. Vote for the lessor of the evils, write in Mickey Mouse or whatever, but GO VOTE! You are correct Ex, besig, Ret, et al. This may be our last chance. The deadbeats of society that we have been supporting for over 50 years are being re-enforced by the massive amounts of immigrants, legal and illegal, the parasites that are running, government, some businesses, and the people who flat don’t care. We have our own Resistance. We resist what you our trying to do; if you don’t like it here, just leave, I’m tired of supporting your sorry lazy, bottom feeding, scum sucking, lying parasitic asses.

    • Slow Joe says:

      Can’t vote. I am registered in Washington state and they didn’t bother in sending me the mail thingy like they did in 2016.
      I guess they didn’t like my choices.

  3. Club Manager, USA ret. says:

    In talking with some who were part of the Clinton security detail, his publicized sexual exploits were only a small fraction of what actually occurred. Little known is the belief Hillary put up with it because then he didn’t have to bounce up and down on her stomach and she perhaps had/has an interest in the fairer sex herself. That would explain a whole hep of things.

  4. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    It’s not even sexual assault under the time frame in question between two minors it’s unwanted touching which is a misdemeanor, and carries about the same weight as trespassing or loitering…hardly the stuff of career ruination…

    • David says:

      They keep saying “it’s indicative of character”… yet there are no other allegations from the 38 years since. Even if 100% true, something with odds equal to the MegaMillions, all it would show is that he may have overstepped once, failed, learned from it, and became a decent man. No harm, no foul in the WORST case.

    • thebesig says:

      If you go by those on the other side of the argument, what you said would only apply to leftists. Conservatives, on the other hand, “deserve” to have their ant hills turned into Olympus Mons. 🙄

  5. Like a mine field, this is just a delaying tactic.

    • thebesig says:

      They’re pandering to their base, they’re massaging their egos, and they’re hoping to eventually be able to control the confirmation process.

      If they get their wish, they’d be able to have the numbers needed to set up an “impassible” barrier for judges that believe in interpreting the law… Instead of trying to be an alternate legislative branch.

      Leftists want to be able to use the court system to circumvent the legislative process if they don’t get their way. They want to “overturn” our votes, as well as that of our elected representatives, in cases they feel they’re “wiser” than us. 🙄

  6. OldManchu says:

    Damn it. I was trying to eat a sandwich at work when I that picture of it showed up. What a demonic beast she is.

  7. Comm Center Rat says:

    “It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.”

    “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.”

    Judge Kavanaugh needs to repeat the above sentences to secure his nomination. Dianne Feinstein believed Slick Willy when he gave his “oral” testimony even with a fluid stained dress entered in to evidence.

  8. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    The crazies are doubling down on the sort of shit that put Donald Trump in the White House and barred the door to Wide Load. Wide Load’s opinion is still being sought and aired. Crazy. Kerry’s? Ditto. Crazier. The Left itself is trying very hard to take pull together its ‘diverse’ elements of singular interests in a unified front. It won’t happen. Diverse elements of singular interests don’t tend to cooperate but collide. It’s “Me first!” on steroids. Meanwhile, the America that put Trump in DC has no need for feigned unity. We don’t operate that way. We don’t call for bloody revolution. We don’t do much protesting of anything. We work our magic through the ballot box. I know it’s corny, but it just happens to work quite well.

  9. thebesig says:

    In the lead up to the 2006 midterms, there was talk about the Democrats taking the house. Folks didn’t believe that this could happen, and were still expecting the Republicans to hold the house, as well as the Senate.

    Come election night November 2006, not only did they win the House, they also won the Senate. The aftermath was inevitable. Our spending spiked the following year and President Bush was limited in what he could get through the legislative process.

    We can’t leave things to chance or assumptions. If we go out in droves and vote, and prove them wrong about the blue wave, we at least could prove them wrong in a big way, and send a powerful message to the leftists… Plus, we could possibly treat ourselves to another leftist breakdown like the one in the last Presidential Elections.

    If they’re right about the blue wave, and many conservatives stay home thinking that the Democrats won’t win one or both chambers, then the leftists would have their partial revenge… Payback for the humiliation they experienced back in November 2016.

    Then, President Trump would have an extremely hard time getting work done that we need to get done.

    The Democrats are energized, are looking for payback, and fully intend to go out to “fight against Trump” by bringing about this blue wave. It’s like the Tea Party movement under Obama, as well as taking one, and then the other, chamber of Congress.

    Those who support Trump need to treat this election like they have a personal stake in this… A partial stake that could have big consequences. If that blue wave comes, leftists will make it have the force of a tital wave.

    This posibility gives the leftists hope that the Supreme Court won’t be solidly conservative. They need the court system to circumvent Congress with regards to pushing their leftist agenda.

  10. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    A sign of things to come? On Tuesday last, voters in a Texas district that has elected only Democrats for the last 139 years elected a Republican first timer. It was a run-off election to replace a crooked Democrat who resigned. His Dem opponent, a seasoned pol, was predicted to win easily. Doh.

  11. Aggravated Mopery says:

    Suppose we aint got no Union cards. What are you going to do about that, Stein?

    Movie? Anyone…

  12. Cthulhu says:

    Stories like this are partisan bullshit.

    Yes, Clinton was a disgusting, corrupt, sociopath and he should never have been president.

    And there should have been accountability.

    However, the ONLY reason this is being brought up now is to twist the Kavanaugh accusations into a political partisan argument rather than what it should be…

    Which is a full effort to determine if Kavanaugh is truly fit to hold one of the most powerful positions in the US which will shape the moral compass of our nation for a generation or more.

    Trying to spin this into a partisan sport is absolutely reprehensible.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      He is fit to be on the Supreme Court

      That is why you folks stoop to this bullshit last-minute hokum

      Some of your own side don’t buy this crap, and have said so. One of my very lefty coworkers, completely unprompted, spoke up today that this accusation is bullshit and purely political shenanigans.

      Your support of it is shameful. It is also futile, here.

      Keep stomping on that rake, squiggy.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      A partisan sport? Really?

      Then call Feinstein’s office and tell her to drop the whole thing or suffer the consequences, e.g., LOSING HER GODDAMN PLACE AT THE TAX MONEY FEEDING TROUGH.

      Be a good boy and just run along, will you? And stop insulting octopi by using a ceaphalopod’s name. The real Chthulhu was much smarter than YOU are.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Oh, I see that DiFi is going to lose her place at the tax trough, anyway!!!

        See AW1Ed’s comment below: she is no longer supported by the party of her choice. That honor goes to a progtard named Kevin deLeon. He will run in her place.

        I wonder if she knows that. She should be packing her bags and boxes with stuff, whatever she can cart away now, before the elections.

    • Fyrfighter says:

      Yes it is, you are correct, and the Dems should damn sure treat it as such, instead of the circus they’ve been making of it!
      Thanks for your contribution.

    • NHSparky says:

      You’re a special kind of fucking stupid, aren’t you?

      You’re either hopeless naive or completely blind to the fact that this is PRECISELY a partisan attack.

      Keep in mind the lefty “feminist ” groups had pre-printed posters of all of Trump’s potential picks, and just shitcanned the others when the announcement was official.

      This is a man who voted the same way as Judge Garland some 93 percent of the time. Are you SERIOUSLY going to tell me the liberals can make a reasonable case about his record?

      Of course they can’t. Feinstein had this letter for almost 3 months. Why not release it then? Why wait until his nomination was all but certain?

      I think deep down in your little cephalopodic heart, you fucking well KNOW that it’s nothing but partisan.

      Just ask your hero Cory “Spartacus” Booker and his history of groping girls back in the day.

  13. Cthulhu says:

    Feinstein is also a opportunistic political operative who long since should have been pushed out of office by voters or at least by her pure geriatric reactionary incompetence.

    She is constantly trying to keep her and her benefactors clinging to their power and control over the Democratic party. A party that betrayed the American worker because of the influence of decisions of operatives like Feinstein and Clinton.

    • rgr769 says:

      Uh oh, I am thinking this cephalopod has a split personality. Color me confused, or we have another squid-god named commenter using the same handle. Either that, or we are getting troll punked.

      • Lars Taylor's Narcissism says:

        Well, after my latest incident related to my farts, I had to use “Cthulhu”.

        You see, I let out one brutal fart. One moment, I am farting. It was brutally stinky. Next moment, I woke up in ICU. The good news though is that my mother told me that I did not crap all over myself. Not a single poop left my mouth. But boy that was brutally stinky!

        So, I am so ashamed that I have to use Cthulhu, as the stink was worse than decaying sea food.

        I had to come clean, as given that I can change my username, I tend to use the same mode of operation in my replies.

      • 26Limabeans says:

        Clityou is trying to agree with you just to keep it going. Sort of a one person goodcop/badcop tactic. It is used when one is losing an argument.
        High school debate club “tell”

    • NHSparky says:

      Because the younger “gimma my free shit!” club of younger Democrats is whining and crying about it, but they’re not exactly rocket surgeons (yes, that was intended) either, are they?

      Case in point, Ocasio-Cortez. There’s a woman who needed to stay behind the bar, and I don’t mean the legal one.

  14. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    This ought to twist Shana’s/Cunthulu’s panties. If Kavanaugh never denied Ford’s allegation and she presented a videotape of the incident, it should have no impact on his nomination, as in none whatsoever. Zip. Zilch.

  15. AW1Ed says:

    Producing this fairy tale at the last minute may also have been for consumption of DiFi’s constituents- seems the California Democratic Party isn’t endorsing her for her fifth run as a Senator (term limits, anyone?) but endorsed a Kevin de Leon, who is running on a more progressive ticket.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jul/15/dianne-feinstein-snubbed-california-democratic-par/

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Oh, dear! What are you saying, AW1Ed?

      is there a danger that DiFi may go down in history as the idiot she really is?

      Her own party doesn’t want her on the ticket any more? Gee whiz! Golly! Gosh!

    • thebesig says:

      The Democratic Party is shifting further left, has been for decades. Bernie Sander’s support should’ve been a warning of that.

      It’s not surprising that the California Democratic Party is choosing someone that’s more of a leftist than Dianne Feinstein.

      Unfortunately for them, even with the California Democratic Party supporting her challenger with funds, she’s still projected to win reelection. She has more money, resources, and California voter support than her challenger.

  16. A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

    I predict the D-rats will use the Sexual Misconduct Card®™️ on EVERY one of President Trump’s Nominees from here on out, it’s been in their dirty stunts playbook ever since they tried it on Clarence Thomas!

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Well, API, you know what happens when you twist something back and forth too many times, don’t you?

    • AW1Ed says:

      API, I think the Dems have gone, to coin a phrase, a bridge too far with this one. The whole thing stinks of low politics, because it is. Rational people just aren’t buying what the Dems are selling here.
      The real question is, will Ford actually testify under oath before the Judicial Committee? Any competent legal council would advise her to go nowhere near there for the risk of perjuring herself.
      Unless the legal council has an alternative motive, and will happily sacrifice Ford for Kavanaugh’s delay or removal from the confirmation process.

      • UpNorth says:

        Chwissy Matthews, of all people, said that Ford and her attorney are just laying the groundwork for her to appear on 60 Minutes the Sunday prior to the mid-term elections. And probably as many other of the leftroid talk shows as she can fit in that day.
        She has consented to grace us with her testimony, apparently, if Judge Kavanaugh testifies first! Think about it, she, the accuser, wants the guy she’s trying railroad, to testify before she does. So Kavanaugh has to give up his right to confront his accuser, so that she can lie her ass off..

        • UpNorth says:

          “trying to railroad”. Fuckin’ Autogarble.

          • AW1Ed says:

            Pretty telling how Ford & attorney are placing ridiculous stipulations on when and how she’ll testify.
            She wants Kavanaugh to go first? Haven’t seen this but it doesn’t surprise me.
            Won’t happen, of course, so F&A can claim they wern’t given a fair hearing.
            The Dems weren’t expecting Senator Grassley to so quickly agree to a hearing, and now they’re backpedaling as fast as they can. Oops.

        • Ex-PH2 says:

          Booko deal is next, you know. If she had any real brains, which she doesn’t, she’d get the book deal first, then hit the talk show trail.

          But I think – sincerely HOPE – that this is all going to backfire on her and DiFi. Playing it too close to the chest like this only works in poker and bridge. Let’s hope that Feinstein loses her seat at mid-terms and yet, stubbornly refuses to give it up to the newcomer.

          • NHSparky says:

            One thing I learned in poker: Never bluff unless you are sure your opponent will fold, or that you don’t bluff off more than you can afford to lose.

            Seems Ford and the Dems don’t play much poker.

  17. MSG Eric says:

    “I don’t wanna overthrow them, I wanna fire them!” – Gallagher

  18. 26Limabeans says:

    Been up all night searching pron sites for “the professor” and other similar monikers in the chance she might have a hobby.
    Have not found her yet but I will keep trying.
    Wish me luck.

  19. Roh-Dog says:

    Senator Palpatine/Darth Sidious is more evil in real life.
    …Do it…

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