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A Scandal From Bill Clinton’s Past Just Came Back to Haunt the Democrats

A Scandal From Bill Clinton’s Past Just Came Back to Haunt the Democrats

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Nancy Pelosi and her allies were taken completely by surprise.

They needed everything to break right to have any hope of impeaching and removing Donald Trump from office.

Now a scandal from Bill Clinton’s past just came back to haunt the Democrats.

As Conservative Revival reports:

All the evidence points towards the fact that Bill Clinton is a sexual predator.

Four women have made allegations against Clinton that range from forcible rape to groping without consent.

The Clinton White House brushed them all off as attention seekers who were looking for the media coverage.

Paula Jones brought a lawsuit against Clinton, hoping that she would get some justice for the sexual harassment that she suffered.

Her account that Bill Clinton had state troopers bring her up to his hotel room and that he exposed himself to her were written off as fictional and was dismissed before it could reach trial.

As part of the case he was asked if he had an affair with young White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Clinton’s lie was unquestionably illegal and got him disbarred from practicing law.

While the Republicans’ efforts to get him removed from a higher office were ultimately unsuccessful, they were unquestionably fair in the procedures that they followed, and cooperated completely with Democrats.

This is a far cry from the character assassination that Nancy Pelosi is attempting to do on Trump.

Everything that Nancy Pelosi has done has been with an eye towards media attention rather than justice as was with Clinton.

Karl Rove, a White House adviser under President George W. Bush, blasted Nancy Pelosi for her lack of due process.

According to the Washington Examiner:

Rove, 69, blasted Pelosi for “attempting to intrude” on the Senate in a way that those who framed the Constitution never intended. He claimed that her assumption that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would be unfair was unfounded because the Kentucky Republican already announced that he intends to follow the same trial rules used during Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1999. That set of rules passed unanimously with the support of senators such as current Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Rove said that Schumer has become Pelosi’s “puppet,” adding, “That’s never a good thing for any senator, even if the representative in question is the speaker.”

He also criticized Pelosi for claiming that she needed to rush impeachment in the House because of the “threat” Trump posed to the 2020 elections, only to hold the ball at the end of the game.

“Suddenly, however, Mrs. Pelosi wants to hurry up and wait,” Rove wrote. “She’s content to let this national security ‘threat’ linger in the Oval Office until she gets her way.”

He concluded his argument by warning Americans not to accept Pelosi’s “circus.”

“Americans deserve a dignified conclusion to impeachment, as the Senate gave them with Mr. Clinton in 1999. Impeachment always inflicts trauma on the nation. We can accept that,” Rove wrote. “What the country shouldn’t accept is a continuation of this Democrat-led circus.”

There is one person who has never been taken in by the Democrats’ circus.

Paula Jones, the same woman that brought the lawsuit against Bill Clinton in 1994, decided to endorse Donald Trump for President.

She wasn’t the only one who thought that there should never be a Clinton criminal in the White House again.

Do you think that impeachment would have happened if Donald Trump had had a fair trial like Bill Clinton did?

Let us know in the comments below.

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