Today during a Derry, New Hampshire event for Hillary Clinton there was a bit of a stir. When it came time to ask questions, Clinton completely ignored a woman standing near the front row. Since it was clear that Clinton wasn’t going to answer her question, the Derry woman and victim advocate, Katherine Prudhomme O’Brien, decided to ask the question regardless.
Prudhomme O’Brien, who is also a New Hampshire State Representative, wanted to know why Clinton ignored Bill Clinton’s sexual assault and rape victims. During the 1990s when multiple sexual assault victims came forward with accusations against Bill Clinton, Hillary chose to victimize these women rather than “believing them” like she claims everyone should in a recent video.
Clinton’s town halls normally appear staged with specific questions being asked and apparently this one was no different. Clinton’s response to the victim advocate? “You are very rude and I’m not never ever going to call on you.” Not a surprise from the woman who tried to destroy her husband’s victims rather than stopping him from attackingmore women.
When interviewed by CNN after the event, Prudhomme O’Brien explained Hillary claims that rape victims should be believed yet she didn’t believe the sexual assault and rape victims of her husband. Prudhomme O’Brien also explained that she was a Democrat until the 1990s when she saw what unfolded in the White House under the Clintons. From CNN:
I was a Democrat but became a Republican because of this. Because of what I saw happen in the Clinton years that this was the hypocrisy of the so called women that fight for women. It was the height of hypocrisy.
Hillary Clinton chose to victimize her husband’s accusers in the 1990s and in the 2010s she’s choosing to ignore them. While many in the younger generation may not know of the Clintons’ behavior, it’s relevant to the election today. While Clinton tries to use her gender throughout the election as a reason for a vote, it’s been clear through her past history that she is no friend or supporter of women. Especially those who are victims of sexual assault and rape.