Hillary Clinton has stepped over the line this time, even outraging the liberals who support her so blindly.  In a radio interview with Rita Cosby, Clinton was asked if she regretted “attacking the victims” of the sexual assault that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, imposed on these women.  To this she accused the women of “misremembering or misinterpreting history.” 

“Of course you should give people who make such allegations the benefit of the doubt. That’s what our system does. But then you have to investigate. And that fully happened in the late 90s.

And what we’ve got here is something very different. There’s been no commitment to investigate the more than a dozen women who’ve made charges against, uh, President Trump, and there’s been no effort to really go into and understand what he was talking about in his Access Hollywood tape. So, they are not parallel. And I think it’s unfortunate that, uh, people are either misremembering or misinterpreting history.”

Laura Ingraham had Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones, two women who accused Clinton of sexual assault and rape, on The Ingraham Angle.  Ingraham played the two women a tape of what Clinton said during that interview. 

“It’s unfortunate that people are misremembering or misinterpreting history,” says Clinton.

This statement elicited a strong response from Jones. 

“That is so ludicrous, what she just said. I mean, seriously? I cannot believe that lady would say that. And nothing was misinterpreted. I know what happened to me in that room that day.”

Jones sued Clinton for the incident.  This resulted in an $850,000 settlement and, consequently, no acknowledgement of guilt from Clinton and no apology.

Hillary has certainly stepped across the line this time.  She may have been able to get Bill out of his trouble, but let’s see how she gets herself out of this one.