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The Question That DID NOT Get Asked / by Karl Denninger / 2016-10-09

You didn’t see this in the debate as it failed to garner enough votes.

Oh, and by the way, despite Trump’s tape not having any votes (it was too late to be included) it got what was darn close to first billing.  So much for democracy and the people’s voice, which the commission claimed was going to be responsible for the order of questions and which questions got included at all.

You see, according to the media and Hillary Clinton the most-important thing to talk about is whether someone made lewd comments 10 years in the past.  We cannot, of course, have the first question in the debate be about a 12 year old******victim that was sewed up after being violated, and yet Hillary Clinton, in defending the rapist,filed a motion in court alleging that she liked older menhad filed false allegations of sexual assault in the past and was taken to fantasies.  I’ve read that motion (it’s available at the above link) and it was filed without presenting any objective evidence for those assertions in Hillary’s bid to argue for a psych evaluation of the victim — despite knowing that the original report of the******came about as a result of a call from the hospital where the victim was sewn up after being physically injured from being violated (to an extent sufficient to preclude her from ever being able to have children!) and the presence of forensic evidence linking her client to the offense (which she managed to argue had been compromised.)


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