In case you missed it late last week, twice failed Democrat presidential candidate and bitter loser Hillary Clinton accused the women who say Bill Clinton sexually assaulted them of "misremembering history." She also denied being part of the smear campaign run against them in an effort to protect Clinton at the White House.
RITA COSBY: Do you regret, though, not saying something, I guess, you know, supportive of the women? Because you've always said that women should be believe.d And yet George Stephanopoulos and others have said that you were part of the attacking the victims, the people who were making the allegations against your husband? Do you regret that?
HILLARY CLINTON: Look, I think every situation has to be judged on its own merits. And there are allegations that were disproved. There were allegations that were absolutely contradicted under sworn testimony.
Of course you should give people who make such allegations the benefit of the doubt. That's what our system does. But then you have to investigate. And that fully happened in the late 90s.
And what we’ve got here is something very different. There’s been no commitment to investigate the more than a dozen women who’ve made charges against, uh, President Trump, and there’s been no effort to really go into and understand what he was talking about in his Access Hollywood tape. So, they are not parallel. And I think it’s unfortunate that, uh, people are either misremembering or misinterpreting history.
Newly minted Fox News host Laura Ingraham invited Juanita Broaddrick and Paul Jones on her show to respond. Neither woman "misremembers" what Bill Clinton did to them.
"I mean, seriously? I cannot believe that that lady would say that. And nothing was misinterpreted. I know what happened to me in that room that day," Jones said.
I'll leave you with this flashback from the campaign:
Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported. https://t.co/mkD69RHeBL— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 23, 2015