Joy Behar Explains Why Liberals Don’t Have a Problem With Rapists: [VIDEO]

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The View’s Joy Behar insists that she would vote for a rapist and murderer, because they are liberal politicians.

She states that regardless of whether Bill Clinton raped a woman or Ted Kennedy drowned someone, they vote her way.

Behar was discussing how Clinton’s past would impact his wife. She justified, “Republicans have voted against the Violence Against Women Act. Now, that to me, is more important than anything that Bill Clinton did or didn’t do because it’s what she’s going to vote for.”

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Co-host Paula Faris reminded, “Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey. They say that he either exposed himself to them, raped them or groped them. These are three accusations.”

Does not matter to Behar .

Bill Clinton’s past indiscretions came to the top again as revelations of Donald Trump’s past surfaced last week. Trump hosted a press conference with Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones and Kathy Shelton, whose rapist was defended by Hillary Clinton as a young lawyer.

All four women attended the presidential debate in St. Louis.

It has been a fight of “who is the worst pig” ever since, with both sides trying to trivialize the actions of their side’s pig.

No doubt, many politicians are pigs and many do not take that into account or deem it important. But people like Behar who trivialize rape and murder, are off the chart! There has got to be some limit!

Then there are those who eviscerate the other side for the same actions the defend when perpetrated on their own.

To be fair to Behar, she did apologize, after the firestorm her comments caused:

Behar said, “I want to clear something up about yesterday, because, during a political conversation yesterday, I made a joke, and I want to apologize. I never, ever intend to belittle sexual assault, or the women who were victims of it, ever, but I made a joke. I’m sorry. I apologize.”

What a world we live in.

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