Ken Berwitz

The previous blog talked about how Bill Clinton has largely gotten a free pass on his sexual depredations, even as his wife and enabler/facilitator, Hillary Clinton, claims to be fighting against the “War on Women”.

Well, it turns out that the Washington Post\’s Glenn Kessler, a lifelong Democrat whose latest gig with the paper is as a  “fact-checker”, giving his evaluation of what is and isn\’t true, has written a column on Clinton\’s extra-marital sex history.

Kessler\’s mission is to fact-check Donald Trumps charge that “If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women\’s card on me, she\’s wrong!”

Ok, let\’s see how he did it.

-We\’ll start with the fact that Kessler mentions a total of 8 women.  Anyone believe there were only 8?

-Then let\’s note that he does not at all mention allegations that Clinton took a number of flights – at least 11 – on his close friend, billionaire Jeffrey Epstein\’s private plane, to his private island, where the main attraction was not the weather and beach, but the underage sex parties.

You can read all about them by clicking here. And if you have any doubt, here is one of the flight logs, showing Clinton…who took along four secret service personnel (what do you figure they were doing down there, besides joining in the fun?):

Oh, did I mention the part where we find out that:

Epstein, who is registered as a “Tier 1” sex offender with the US Virgin Islands department of justice, served 13 months in jail after signing a plea agreement with the US government in 2008. The FBI is said to have identified about 40 potential victims of the former investment banker.

Funny, Glenn Kessler somehow overlooked this in his “fact-check”;

-Next, it should be pointed out that Kessler lists five of the women as having “consensual” sex with Clinton — and one of those women was Monica Lewinsky.

Monica Lewinsky was a powerless intern who worked in the White House and was hit on by the most powerful man in the country and the world – who could have her fired and removed any time he cared to.  Ask any feminist – without mentioning names – if sex under those circumstances is was consensual.  See what she says.

And there is plenty more.  Again, I urge you to use my link and see with your own eyes.  But I think you get the point.

So what does Mr. Kessler conclude? Does Donald Trump\’s charge have any validity?

His answer is that “Trump\’s claim is a bit too vague for a fact check”.

That so, Mr. Kessler?  It doesn\’t look vague to me.

Would you have found it as “vague” if Bill Clinton were, say, Carly Fiorina\’s husband?  Any other Republican woman\’s husband?

I talk about media bias a lot in here.  There are many reasons I do so.  This is one of them.

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