Obama Ally Exposes Hillary Clinton’s Vicious Strategy to Silence Bill’s Victims [Details]

America has known for decades that the Clintons (Hillary in particular) have silenced Bill’s victims. Now, Kathleen Sebelius, former secretary of Health and Human Services under Barack Obama, reveals Hillary’s nasty strategy.

From Conservative Tribune:

Former Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius took an unexpected swipe at the Clintons this week, accusing them of having waged an “abusive” campaign against the many women who accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual harassment/assault in the 1990s.

She specifically slammed “Hillary Clinton, and the Clinton White House for what she called a strategy of dismissing and besmirching the women who stepped forward,” according to CNN.

She extended her criticism to the entire Democratic Party as well.

“Not only did people look the other way, but they went after the women who came forward and accused him,” Sebelius said to CNN political commentator David Alexrod during an appearance on his podcast, “The Axe Files.”

“And so it doubled down on not only bad behavior but abusive behavior, and then people attacked the victims,” she added.

More via Newsweek:

On Thursday night’s Sean Hannity segment, conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren and Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov went head to head over a question that’s come up again amid the nation’s reckoning with sexual abuse: Was Hillary Clinton complicit in her husband’s own alleged misdeeds?

“I know that the liberals hate it when we still talk about Hillary, but I think it’s important that if we go all the way back to Bill and that we follow it through Hillary,” Lahren said on the show. “She just ran for president on the whole women card, the whole female empowerment. Hillary is just as responsible as Bill was.”

Tarlov rejected the idea that Hillary Clinton could bear the same responsibility as her husband, who has been accused of sexual harassment or assault by three women: Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones.

Good on Sebelius for speaking out.

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