Dragged Kicking & Screaming, Clinton Finally Condemns Weinstein

Chris Menahan
Oct. 10, 2017

After five days of loud silence, Hillary Clinton issued an extremely short statement Tuesday condemning accused sexual predator and top Democratic fundraiser Harvey Weinstein.

"I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein," Clinton said. "The behavior described by the women coming forward cannot be tolerated. Their courage and the support of others is critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior."

Clinton did not issue the statement directly to her 18.9 million follows on her own Twitter account, rather she had her spokesperson Nick Merrill issue the statement to his 42 thousand followers, which she then retweeted:

That's about as weak as a statement as she could give. The truth is Weinstein's behavior, which now allegedly includes rape, was an "open secret" for three decades -- one which Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and tons of other Democrats had no trouble "tolerating."

Obama sent his daughter Malia to work as an intern with Weinstein just a few months ago.

That's unquestionably a payoff.

Obama himself is still refusing to condemn Weinstein. Same goes for the great "champion of women" Michelle.

Both Clinton and Obama have been under huge pressure to condemn Weinstein for days. The New York Times editorial board called them both out on Friday in an article titled, "Harvey Weinstein's Money Shouldn't Buy Democrats' Silence."

Even CNN ran an article today slamming their "deafening silence."

The truth is they're absolutely terrified Weinstein has the power to bring down the whole Democrat-Hollywood nexus of power.

Many of the celebrities now condemning him are actually working to try and contain the truth about what goes down in Hollywood and make people think Weinstein's behavior is unique.

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