If you post a video to social media, chances are that it might resurface one day. That’s what happened to former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who portrays herself as a person who champions women’s rights. Back in 2015, Clinton released a video to her Twitter account to send a message to sexual assault victims. In the short clip, Clinton said,
“I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault. Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard and a right to be believed. We’re with you.”
Yeah, right! Who is she kidding?! She’s expected to endorse presidential candidate Joe Biden according to a CNN report:
“Hillary Clinton will endorse Joe Biden on Tuesday, a source familiar with the plans tells CNN, bringing support of the Democratic standard bearer from four years ago behind the former vice president and current presumptive nominee.
“Clinton will be the “special guest” at a Biden virtual town hall on Tuesday afternoon. The Biden campaign said the guest would discuss the impact that coronavirus has had on women.”
Recently, Biden has been accused of a past sexual assault against Tara Reade who used to be one of his staffers.
“Reade told journalist Katie Halper on a podcast that in 1993, Biden pinned her against a wall in a Senate building, reached under her clothes and penetrated her with his fingers while kissing her.”
Trump War Room is staying true to their name because they posted Clinton’s 2015 video to their Twitter account and said,
“BREAKING: @HillaryClinton 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.”
If we’re going to hold people accountable for sexual assault accusations, then Joe needs to step down! I believe the survivor!