September 17, 2015

Wrong on Rights


Hillary Clinton is a totalitarian feminist who shouldn’t be allowed on Pennsylvania Avenue let alone back in the White House. She clearly has no conception of what individual rights are and would undoubtedly be more interested in trampling them than protecting them.

Speaking on the subject of sexual assault at the University of Northern Iowa, Clinton said:

"I want to send a message to all of the survivors,” she said.

"Don’t let anyone silence your voice, you have the right to be heard, the right be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.”

Leaving aside the question of whether or not this standard applies to the various women who have accused her husband of sexual assault, this is a frighteningly dangerous idea.

What Clinton is saying is that to be accused of sexual assault is to be proven guilty beyond all doubt. A right, by definition is unalienable. It cannot be taken away. If an accuser has a right to be believed, an accuser cannot be doubted and a accuser cannot be questioned. 

The accused cannot defend themselves. By the right of the accuser to be believed they are guilty because by right there can be no doubt of the accusation.

This is a standard of justice that no doubt even the Queen of Hearts would find troubling. At least she was willing to allow for a trial after the verdict. With Clintonfeminist totalitarian pandering its accusation, then sentencing.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at 09:02 PM | No Comments | Add Comment


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