It’s worth pointing out that as a brave social media defender of sexual and/or domestic violence (provided, of course, there’s some sort of tenuous link to the man who beat her mother at the ballot box in November), Chelsea Clinton seems strangely silent when it comes to getting justice for Juanita Broaddrick. Or Kathleen Willey. Or Paula Jones. Or any of the women who have not only said but continued to maintain that they were the victims of sexual abuse at the hands of her father.By.....Wilmot Proviso? "A friendly note to Chelsea Clinton: When referring to something as “horrifying,” “sick” or “awful,” it helps if you have a father who isn’t an accused rapist.
"The former first daughter found that out the hard way on Twitter when she tried to register her disgust at the possible deportation of an illegal immigrant and ended up drawing the unwanted attention of Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who has long maintained Chelsea’s father raped her when he was attorney general of Arkansas.
"Chelsea was responding to a story in the El Paso Times detailing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention of an illegal immigrant who had been detained after seeking a protective order in a domestic abuse case. In her tweet, Clnton tried unsubtly to refer to the Trump administration." . . .
"Here was Chelsea’s tweet from last Wednesday:
Unmentioned in Chelsea’s remark was that the transgender “woman” in question, who had already been deported seven times before this, had a history of committing domestic violence, among a panoply of other offenses — illegal re-entry, larceny, assault, false imprisonment (no less than three times) and probation violations were among the laundry list of crimes listed by KVIA-TV.