The supposedly conspiratorialist Trump is getting the unfinished business of the Clinton Administration to a new generation.
The mainstream media hates conspiratorialist Trump because he not only is attacking the Clintons for what they might have done, but attacking the media for what they didn’t do for those eight years: any investigative journalism.
Here’s an example from Wolf Blitzer attacking Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson.
The best way to remind yourself of the accusations involved is to read Ann Coulter’s column. It starts off saying that Trump had a woman problem and then claims it will list the main known incidents:
First — and this is corroborated by five contemporaneous witnesses — in 1978, Trump violently raped Juanita Broaddrick in a Little Rock, Arkansas, hotel room, then, as he was leaving, looked at her bloody lip and said, “Better put some ice on that” — oh wait, I’m terribly sorry. Did I say Trump? I didn’t mean Trump, I meant Bill Clinton.
Hang on — here we go! Knowing full well about Bill Clinton’s proclivity to sexually assault women, about three weeks after that rape, Trump cornered Broaddrick at a party and said, pointedly, “I just want you to know how much Bill and I appreciate the things you do for him. Do you understand? Everything you do.”
No! My mistake! That wasn’t Trump either. That was Hillary Clinton. … But this next one I’m sure was Trump.
In the early 1990s, Trump invited a young female staffer to his hotel room at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock, dropped his pants and said, “Kiss it” — WAIT A SECOND!
I don’t know how this keeps happening. That was Bill Clinton. Please bear with me — it’s late at night and my notes are jumbled.
On and on it goes. It is devastating stuff.
And the mainstream media was complicit in everything she writes. Wolf Blitzer isn’t just trying to defend Hillary, he is defending himself against the charge of being an enabler.
If you have the time here’s British journalist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard describing how one of the members of the grand jury dealing with Vince Foster was harassed.
You can read this interview as well. Here’s an excerpt:
According to the official story, Vince Foster put a .38 caliber Colt – fairly powerful – into his mouth and blew out the back of his head and there was an exit wound of 1″ by 1.25″ in the autopsy report; but, all of the paramedics who handled the body said the same thing, that they did not see any exit wound. One of them, Corey Ashford, who actually picked up the body from the shoulders and cradled the head in his hands – the back of the head where the wound was supposed to be – got no blood on his hands and no blood on his clothes at all and did not see an exit wound. Furthermore, the doctor who certified death, Julian Orenstein, at the Fairfax County Hospital told me that he didn’t see an exit wound either. He kind of gave a rather bizarre answer, he said: “Well, I didn’t look around there. My suspicions weren’t aroused so I just didn’t look.” Which made me think…. but, anyway, he was not prepared to commit himself to the position that there was an exit wound either. So basically, we’ve got all the original people who handled the body who do not have a vested interest in distorting the case, saying they didn’t see an exit wound.
When the American media tells you these allegations are “unsubstantiated,” that only means they refused to investigate them. No matter who wins the presidency, Donald Trump is doing a public service by showing how the media has given the Clintons a free ride.