Bill Clinton describes Trump’s Oval Office as a “storm center”. Clinton’s Oval, however, was “sex center” where he enjoyed oral sex and an extramarital affair with an intern. Why does the DNC think that we should take advice from Clinton?
Hypocrisy is the disease most prominent in politics these and any days. Incredibly enough, a flair for high preaching often comes from those who often have the least credibility to lecture on the topic since they failed in their own duties.
Bill Clinton, an impeached President of the United States who lied under the Oath and enjoyed oral sex in the Oval Office — the place he now claims should be a “command center”—cast his speech on the count that the memory in America lives the shortest.
To make things worse, on the night of his speech at the Democrratic National Convention, the Daily Mail dropped the previously unseen pictures where Clinton enjoyed a neck massage by the Epstein accuser Chauntae Davies.
Interestingly, Bill Clinton’s pictures in the company of Epstein as well as the hypocrisy expressed in his DNC speech did not meet media criticism. It is as if no one remembers how Monica Lewinsky revealed that between November 1995 and March 1997, she had nine sexual encounters in the Oval Office with president Clinton. Is this the type of a “command center” Bill Clinton wants to serve as an example for presidential leadership?
If these same pictures of Donald Trump getting a neck massage emerged the way they did for Clinton, they would headline with all sorts of conclusions.
Emergence of pictures having a neck massage by the Epstein accuser, Chauntae Davies is bad optics, to say the least, in the Me Too era and with everything happening in the Esptain case.
With Bill Clinton, however, this is not even a news story and those who say something about Clinton’s connections to Epstein, mostly on the Republican side, such as Mike Cernovich, are quickly dismissed as “right-wing conspiracy theorists”. They can be right-wing, but they can also tell the truth. Being left-wing as opposed to right-wing does not make anyone a truth teller by default.
The DNC message of the election season is that the “choice is clear”, but is it? Bill Clinton’s time in the White House troubled Americans. He is the last person who should preach anyone on how the Oval Office should be used. Why would anyone take advice from Bill Clinton? By lecturing Americans from a stylish armchair how the Oval Office should be a “command center”, Clinton demonstrates a complete absence of self-awareness and disregard for his own misuses of the Oval Office he was responsible for.
If the media is so ready to turn the blind eye, voters should not be. He is a failed leader on many counts, but for sure on the grounds of political morality, by the affair he pursued in the Oval Office.
“Those who preach the gospel should live from the gospel”, said the Corinthians.
Or to quote Colbert: “those in glass houses should not be allowed near the interns.”
Bill Clinton’s Oval was a “sex center”, a credible extramarital affair. He should get off his high horse, and the DNC should not give him one.