Ultra-liberal news website, Vox, recently posted an article titled, "Hillary Clinton's defense of Bill Clinton is why women don't come forward."
"Now, if you're Hillary Clinton, you know things are bad when Vox is turning on you," Glenn said Wednesday on “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.” "Everyone is turning their back on her. She's really like a plague, a curse. She's like, you know, the return of polio."
He noted the article's "very telling" opening:
The rise of the #MeToo movement has prompted many politicians and public figures to reexamine President Bill Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
Hillary Clinton, it seems, isn’t one of them.
"Now, this is a reference to the recent backlash that Hillary has faced after unequivocally saying that her husband was right not to resign during the Lewinsky scandal," Glenn explained.
"In the #MeToo era, it's slowly coming out that one of the greatest villains is the woman who was very nearly the president of this country," he added. "She typifies everything that feminism decries. As the Vox article concludes, 'Hillary Clinton will always have a place in feminist history. (Really?) But when the history of #MeToo is written, she may be remembered as someone who supported women — until their words hit too close to home.'"
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