As rhetoric heats up over comments Republican nominee Donald Trump made about women over 10 years ago versus Hillary Clinton’s intimidation & silencing of her Husband’s sexual assault victims, celebrities are beginning to chime in.
It’s been widely reported that Trump made off-color remarks during a private conversation with Access Hollywood co-host Billy Bush 11 years ago. After video of the conversation was released by the Washington Post, the Republican nominee issued an apology telling the American public that it happened long ago, and that he was not the same person he was when he was enjoying celebrity status as the central figure on the hit TV show, The Apprentice.
Calling out the left’s hypocrisy when it comes to the issue of the treatment of women by men, Trump and his surrogates reminded the public of Hillary Clinton’s intimidation of women who claimed that her husband sexually abused, and even raped them.
One woman who has steadfastly claimed that Hillary’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, raped her and that Hillary tried to silence her, Juanita Broaddrick posted the claims to social media. Broaddrick’s posts almost immediately went viral, with Donald Trump re-posting them on his Twitter account.
Several other women who claim that Hillary used intimidation tactics when they claimed Bill sexually assaulted them met with Broaddrick in Washington DC for an exclusive interview late last week. In the video they claim that they are terrified of what Hillary will do to them if she becomes president.
Perhaps no one has been more critical of Hillary Clinton and her husband on social media than Emmy Award winning actor James Woods.
Woods, who starred in the blockbuster political action thriller White House Down in 2013, regularly posts scathing commentary regarding Hillary Clinton. He is a favorite amongst conservative leaning Americans (Including we here at Freedom Daily) as he fearlessly takes on the left despite still working in socialist dominated Hollywood.
Woods made several posts to his Twitter account labeling Bill Clinton a rapist, and Hillary a “scummy liar.”
The Emmy Award winning actor also posted a devastating video which tells the story of Hillary Clinton as a young lawyer getting a man who raped a 12-year-old girl off the hook, and even laughing about it. Hillary even went as far as blaming the victim in the case, telling the court that the 12-year-old fantasized about being raped, and sought men out to realize her fantasy. Talk about sick, huh? And Hillary says she’s a champion for women? Yeah, right.
Here’s the video Wood’s posted to his account.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 20, 2016
Is that the kind of woman we want as the first female president? Yeah, I don’t think so. Absolutely disgusting.
Let’s hope that Wood’s post leads to a new movie which he stars in… Hillary Clinton Down.