However, like many media outlets that have gone off the rails, Snopes has exposed itself.
Witness this case of Kathy Shelton who was raped at the age of 12. As a result of the trauma, she never had children.
Hillary Rodham Clinton put her on the stand and grilled her at the age of 12, going so far as to paint her as the aggressor and making the case that she used to like to flirt with older men. Her attacker was 42.
Snopes.com dutifully defended Hillary Clinton by claiming that most of the above meme was false.
Now, about a month ago, the victim created a twitter account and was present at a news conference before last night’s Presidential Debate. She begs to differ with the “non partisan” folks at Snopes:
Snopes wrote the following: Hillary Clinton did not volunteer to be the defendant’s lawyer, she did not laugh about the case’s outcome, she did not assert that the complainant “made up the rape story,” she did not claim she knew the defendant to be guilty, and she did not “free” the defendant.
Well guess what Snopes. You just got burned. Amazing things happen when you defend corrupt people. I wonder how Rene Aggielairuh, Camille Maben and Gary Miller are feeling about their allegiance to the Clinton team right about now?
You think Clinton’s abuse of Kathy Shelton in 1975 was unique?
“I want you to do damage control over Bill’s philandering…. Bill’s going to be president of the United States…. I want you to get rid of these bitches he’s seeing…. I want you to give me the names and addresses and phone numbers, and we can get them under control.”
— Hillary instructing Ivan Duda in 1982, a full sixteen years before the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke (The Truth About Hillary, pp. 98-99).
Wow, Gary, Camille and Rene – what a stellar human being you’ve chosen for President!
“What the f**k do you think you’re doing? I know who that whore is. I know what she’s here for. Get her out of here.”
— Hillary spotting one of President-elect Clinton’s girlfriends on the day before they were heading to Washington, DC, from Little Rock in early 1992 (Inside the White House, p. 245).
“Come on, Bill, put your d*ck up. You can’t f**k her here.”
— Hillary to Governor Clinton as he was hitting on an attractive woman at a campaign event in Arkansas (Inside the White House, p. 243).
There is plenty more coming and Gary Miller, Camille Maben and Rene Aguilera and the Republican enablers of this disaster are going to be held accountable.