Rand Paul: Dems have gall to talk war on women after Bill Clinton’s ‘predatory behavior’

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul went off on former President Bill Clinton’s “predatory behavior” with former intern Monica Lewinsky with a reminder that it’s hard to separate Hillary Clinton from her husband when one considers Bill’s legacy.

Though potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary shouldn’t necessarily be judged by Bill’s antics with the intern, Paul told David Gregory on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday that the scandal sealed Bill Clinton’s “place in history,” and by extension, Hillary.

He said that people, particularly in Kentucky, tend to “frown upon” such predatory behavior and tend to “disassociate” from people who would “take advantage of a young woman in the work place.”

You know, the Democrats, one of their big issues they’ve concocted says Republicans are committing a war on women.

One of the workplace laws and rules that I think are good is that bosses shouldn’t prey on young interns in their office. And I think, really, the media seems to have given President Clinton a pass on this.

He took advantage of a girl that was 20-years-old and an intern in his office. There is no excuse for that. And that is predatory behavior.

This isn’t having an affair…someone who takes advantage of a young girl in their office? I mean really.

And then they have the gall to stand up and say Republicans are having a war on women?

Watch the segment via Truth Revolt, then check out: Powerful trailer for new film ‘America,’ Dinesh D’Souza’s follow up to ‘Obama’s America’



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