Feminist Hillary Clinton laughed, recalling her defense of man who raped 12-year-old girl

We are told that we must vote for Hillary Clinton because she’s a woman. (See “Women will go to hell if you don’t vote for Hillary Clinton“)

But the real question is: What exactly has Hillary done for women?

Not only has she stood by while her husband Bill leched, harassed, and raped women, she actively enabled his sexual predation by blaming the women, calling them “bimbos”.

Hillary also defended a 41-year-old man who raped a 12-year-old girl, knowing full well he was guilty. Worse still, in recalling her defense of the rapist, she displayed no concern or sympathy for the child victim. Instead, Hillary was flippant and actually laughed about it.

As recounted by Alana Goodman for The Washington Free Beacon, in 1975, 27-year-old Hillary Rodham had just moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas, and was running the University of Arkansas’ newly-formed legal aid clinic. She was asked by prosecutor Mahlon Gibson to “do a favor for him” by defending Thomas Alfred Taylor, 41, a factory worker accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. Taylor was a friend of the girl’s family and had been living in their home.

In a recording almost a decade after defending Taylor, you can hear Hillary casually and flippantly discuss her client and the trial for rape of a minor. Note that Hillary, who was born and grew up in Chicago, spoke with a southern drawl — a precursor of the phony southern drawl she affects in campaign appearances before a black audience.

Hillary knew full well Taylor was guilty. She said (1:57 mark):

“It was a fascinating case, it was a very interesting case. This guy was accused of raping a 12-year-old. Course he claimed that he didn’t, and all this stuff. I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs.”

At that point, Hillary laughed.

At the 4:56 mark, she laughed again. What is so funny?

At the end of interview, when she was asked “How did it turn out?,” Hillary casually answered (5:56 mark):

“Oh, he [Taylor] plea bargained! Got him off with time served in the county jail, he’d been in the county jail about two months.”

Taylor pleaded guilty to unlawful fondling of a child and was sentenced to one year in prison, with two months reduced for time served. He died in 1992.

Ronald D. Rotunda, a professor of legal ethics at Chapman University, told the Washington Free Beacon that for a lawyer to disclose the results of a client’s polygraph and guilt is a potential violation of attorney-client privilege: “You can’t do that. Unless the client says: ‘You’re free to tell people that you really think I’m a scumbag, and the only reason I got a lighter sentence is because you’re a really clever lawyer.’”

Now 52, Taylor’s victim resides in the same town where she was born. Divorced and living alone, she blames her troubled life — a stint in prison for check forgery to pay for her addiction to methamphetamines — on the rape. To a Free Beacon reporter who knocked on her door and requested an interview, she expressed a deep and abiding hostility toward her assailant’s defender, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Read the full case file here: State of Arkansas V. Thomas Alfred Taylor.

In March 2002, Hillary Clinton was suspended from the Arkansas bar for failing to keep up with continuing legal education requirements, according to Arkansas judicial records.

Let’s look at the attributes displayed by Hillary in that recording:

  • Glibness
  • Callousness and lack of empathy for the 12-year-old victim
  • Emotional shallowness
  • Cunning/manipulative; grandiose sense of self-worth: “Oh, he plea bargained! Got him off with time served in the county jail!”
  • Lack of remorse or guilt
  • Pathological lying: fake southern drawl

Those are all traits of a psychopath, I kid you not — the psychopathy checklist-revised (PCL-R), a 20-item inventory of personality traits and recorded behaviors, developed by criminal psychologist Dr. Robert D. Hare.

H/t FOTM‘s josephbc69

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