’tis interesting

There are those who claim to actually believe the accusations against Roy Moore.

And a great deal of those women say they believe the accusers because there are more than one.

Yet those same folks, oddly enough, failed to believe (actually attacked the accusers) those women who accused William Jefferson Clinton of his assaults….Even though there were more than one accuser.

I don’t know if the accusers of Roy Moore are real or made up by the Post newspaper organization. I do know that they paid for the accusers to come forward and “Tell their Story” (I don’t know for sure that William Clinton’s accusers were telling the truth either, BTW). But I do know that there is a double standard in how the Media chooses to cover these stories. How they are slanted and how they are reported (if they are reported at all). Was William Clinton guilty? Probably. Did he get away with it because he was approved of by the media establishment? Likely.

And there is the rub. Moore’s accusers lack credibility, but are being given a platform for their accusations. Clinton’s accusers did not lack credibility, but were pretty much denied a platform for their stories to be heard.

2 thoughts on “’tis interesting

  1. I think it's called cognitive dissonance. That or no one wants to admit their hero could do wrong and there was a lot of hero worship with Clinton(s) and or the rest of the left. While it's not all the time the right is far better at casting out their own that do things like this. The left generally circles the wagons even when there is credible evidence or proof (Convictions) and protects their own. All aided and abetted by the media.

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