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Malkin: Clintons can’t control narrative, ‘it’s not the 1990s anymore Hillary and Bill’

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Michelle Malkin unleashed a barrage of criticism against Hillary and Bill Clinton for attempting to cover up and downplay the sexual and political abuses of the former president.

Appearing on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Monday, the “Conservative Review” senior editor also called out “feckless” GOP politicians who are busy attacking conservatives instead of the “stained Clinton legacy.”

“It’s see no evil, hear no evil and speak no Clinton-serial-sexual-abuse evil,” Malkin said, referring to the Clintons’ continued approach to dealing with the scandals. An approach, Malkin said, that will no longer work in the current political landscape.

“It is not the 1990s anymore, Hillary and Bill, where they were able to control the narratives, where they were able to whitewash all of these sins,” Malkin said. “Decent Americans of all political parties and persuasions are sick and tired of the Democratic double standards when it comes to sexual abuse of women.”

In response to Donald Trump’s recent attacks on Bill Clinton’s history with women, Malkin said the Republican front-runner is “sticking out his neck” and “raising something that is completely fair game” in stark contrast to “established candidates like Chris Christie, John Kasich and Jeb Bush all getting their panties in a bunch” because Trump is stating the obvious.

“It really shows you why we’re in the predicament we’re in the GOP primary,” she said.

As for the effect of the corruption on Hillary Clinton’s campaign, Malkin said, “it never goes away.”

“She is in deep, deep doo-doo, and the Clinton people know it.”

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