Hillary Clinton can’t escape the trap that she was trying to hurt Republicans with.
Now her words have come back to haunt her.
Trump delivered a huge message for Hillary Clinton that sent her ballistic.
The Democrats only have two choices when it comes to Joe Biden and allegations of sexual assault he’s facing from his former senate staffer Tara Reade.
They either have to condemn Joe Biden or they have to admit that their attack on Brett Kavanaugh went over the line.
Democrats told the public that Christine Blasey Ford should be believed even though her story was inconsistent.
She couldn’t give the year or the place she claimed the attempted assault happened, her friend who Ford claimed drove her to the party had no memory of the incident and told no one until Brett Kavanaugh become a prominent politic figure.
Tara Reade worked for Joe Biden, she can give the location and the year that she claims the assault happened and evidence has emerged that she told her mother and neighbor back when the alleged assault happened.
Hillary Clinton should have thought twice about saying women should always be believed.
Her own husband has faced several allegations of sexual assault, including one woman who claimed that Bill Clinton raped her.
When Monica Lewinsky revealed that she had an affair with the President the Clintons tried to paint her as an attention seeking liar but DNA proved that she was telling the truth.
What Hillary Clinton actually meant was that the woman should always be believed when making allegations against a Republican.
However, Trump is now using her words against her.
A Trump campaign Twitter account shared a video of Hillary Clinton saying all victims should be heard and believed.
According to Daily Wire:
The account posted the 2016 video tongue-in-cheek on Tuesday as a “breaking” message from Hillary to former Biden staffer Alexandra Tara Reade, who’s accused the former VP of sexual assault.
“BREAKING: [Hillary Clinton] releases special video message to Tara Reade regarding her sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden: ‘You have a right to be heard and you have a right to be believed,’” the caption reads.
“I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault,” Hillary says in the video clip. “Don’t let anyone silence your voice.”
“You have a right to be heard and you have a right to be believed,” the former secretary of state adds. “We’re with you.”
Tare Reade does have the right to be heard. Every voter should consider her claims before voting for Joe Biden and records of the time should be examined.
However, she does not have the right to be impliedly believed, the story should be investigated and if there are any inconsistencies the public should know them too.
Hillary Clinton should have known it was only a matter of time before her words would be used against Democrats.
The double standard the press has towards Democrats has gone too far this time and Joe Biden at some point will have to face Tara Reade’s accusations and explain himself to the American public.