New Book Accuses Hillary Clinton of Waging a War on Women

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Nothing has worked: book after book (e.g. Ed Klein’s “Blood Feud,” Daniel Halper’s “Clinton Inc.,” and Peter Schweizer’s “Clinton Cash”), invented scandal after invented scandal. Hillary Clinton’s popularity has bent but not broken.

So why not another book? And I’m sure there is time for another scandal before Election Day 2016. The book is more of a broadly-based attack on the whole family: “The Clintons’ War on Women,” is “the definitive exposé of Bill, Hillary, Chelsea, and their abuse of people,” says author Roger Stone.

You might have noticed – it is clear conservatives have or this book would not have been written – that the Clintons have become something along the lines of champions of people. Hillary herself is running in 2016 as a champion of women:

Fox News has even had an answer for that:

stone-clintons-war-womenThey will have to change their tune now to “Hillary is attacking women’s issues as a way of deflecting attention from her own attack on women” or something similar. Stone himself dismisses Clinton as a women’s champion, saying “I think we can make a case that Hillary’s advocacy for women is phony, it’s bogus. It’s an adaption based on polls, not beliefs.”

We can probably make a better case that his book can be dismissed as more a product of unreasoning hatred and less of fact.

Roger Stone, used to work for Donald Trump and says he remains Trump’s “friend and supporter” even though Trump told Jeffrey Toobin at The New Yorker in 2008 that “Roger is a stone-cold loser” and “He always tries taking credit for things he never did.”

According to Toobin, “Like Nixon, Stone is also a great hater—of, among others, the Clintons, Karl Rove, and [Eliot] Spitzer.”

His co-author, Robert Morrow, is no better. Amazon says Morrow “is a political researcher and alternative historian with expertise on the Clintons, the Bush family, and the JFK assassination. He holds a history degree from Princeton University and an MBA from the University of Texas. He lives in Austin, Texas.”

As the old saw goes, one should definitely consider the source. Here is what MSNBC has to say:

Stone’s co-author, Robert Morrow, is well-known to reporters who have covered the Clintons, thanks to his tendency to flood their inboxes with incredible and incredulous fables of the couple’s alleged criminal exploits.

Over the years, Morrow has stood out among a sea of amateur Clinton haters and conspiracy theorists thanks to his near-obsessive devotion and prolific output. A 2008 profile in the Tampa Bay Times noted that Morrow “pretty much devotes his life to hating the Clintons and spreading wild, unsubstantiated allegations about them.”

Well, yeah. He has called Hillary Clinton an “angry bull dyke” and “fat nasty hag” on Facebook and said he hopes both Hillary and Bill die after a failed 2016 election.

What Media Matters has to say about Morrow is even more disturbing, if possible:

Robert Morrow is the co-author of the forthcoming book The Clintons’ War on Women with former top Donald Trump aide Roger Stone. Morrow has wished death on Hillary Clinton and been visited by the Secret Service; posted bizarre sexual writings about the former secretary of state; called Chelsea Clinton a “sl*t” and imagined how she would “have sex one day” with Bill Clinton; posted about “n*ggers” and “pro-faggot JUDICIAL ACTIVISM”; and claimed the Bush and Clinton families were involved in murders. Stone also has a disreputable history: he formed an anti-Clinton group called “C.U.N.T.” and called Chelsea a “total b*tch.”

Fox News can hardly ignore the book though they might want to be careful about interviewing Morrow, who has accused Jeb Bush of murder and called President George H.W. Bush, “a drug dealing CIA murderer and homosexual pedophile.”

What MSNBC has to say about his new book makes it clear the authors have lost none of their vitriol:

Stone says his book is like other recent anti-Clinton books, but “on steroids.” Due out in mid-October, it includes a number of accusations that he calls “fantastic.” Some have floated around right-wing circles since the 1990s, such as the allegation that Hillary Clinton ordered the raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, in 1993, and that Bill Clinton is not Chelsea Clinton’s biological father.

“Old news is not old news if no one has heard it,” Stone said.

Yet it is Hillary Clinton, not Roger Stone, not Robert Morrow, not Fox News or any Republican candidate for 2016, who, in her Remarks to the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women Plenary Session in Beijing twenty years ago told the world, “Women’s rights are human rights.”

Sounds like what we really need is a book about Stone and Morrow. Neither man seems to have more than a tenuous grasp on reality, or is in a position of accusing anyone else of waging a war on women; both are too consumed with hate to think clearly, and Stone is complicit in Fox News’ failure to disclose that he was, at the time he appeared on the network to defend Trump’s remarks about John McCain, a Trump employee.

Meanwhile, as Trump continues to top the GOP polls and Clinton stubbornly refuses to fade into the background, the attacks will continue:

When all you have is Trump, and now you’ve foolishly tied him to your cause with a loyalty pledge, all you have is as many ad hominem attacks as you can pile onto Hillary Clinton before Election Day. It would hardly do to tackle her on the issues when you have no single policy proposal with which, if you’ll pardon the expression, to trump her’s.

Makes you wonder when Republicans will finally realize they need a platform that isn’t crap. A viable platform! Solutions to problems that actually exist instead of solutions to problems that don’t exist. It’s such an easy solution to their problems. So obvious.

And so un-Republican.

22 Replies to “New Book Accuses Hillary Clinton of Waging a War on Women”

  1. A book on Hillary Clinton’s “War on Women” written by MEN????!!

    Double H, this reminds me of those two-minute Mysteries I read as a child in which the shopkeeper tells the detective that he was a victim of a break-in. The amateur sleuth in sneakers who comes along, sees most of the broken glass on the sidewalk instead of inside the building rationalizes the shopkeeper is lying.

    Wow, the cover is a dead giveaway.

  2. I agree. It’s pretty blatant. Not like the two guys have an agenda or anything either. But it’s gold for Fox News, as long as the Bushes don’t get mentioned and I’m sure they’ll ignore that.

  3. A woman waging war on her own sex? OK, that has to be one of the most absurd, if not the most absurd, thing I’ve ever heard.

    It makes no sense. Yet, this book will probably sell because anything against Hillary gets conservatives hot and bothered.

    Oh, and the two authors: Yeah… crooked men. One is a former Trump butt buddy and the other has an obsessive hate for the Clintons. Why anyone would believe these two jackasses is beyond me.

  4. So, do you suppose that anyone who was not set on voting for the Republican in 2016 will pay any attention to this piece of trash book?

    No. The answer is no. No one will pay any attention to this piece of trash book.

  5. In itself, it’s not absurd. Phyllis Schlafly made a career out of it, and we have any number of loud, modern-day Judith Iscariots, but Secretary Clinton isn’t one of them.

  6. Ahh, Phyllis Schlafly. There are a number of us in St. Louis who are going out to lunch and then go spit on her grave when the old harridan finally croaks.

  7. I tried to read a little of Morrow’s “writings”, but I didn’t get very far. What a sick f**k!

  8. …thier ACTUAL agenda is crystal clear…to make a lot of money writing fiction labelled as fact…I mean, if they can smear Hillary too that’s gravy…but thier meat and potatoes is $$$$…

  9. Her war FOR women is one of her many wars:

    http://hrc.io/beijing1995

    She was asked about Beijing in her interview with Andrea Mitchell today. (After all the email and Trump and Biden questions.)

    The Rs will try to attack her support from women but it won’t work.

    Women vote and women get their family members off the couch to go vote too.

  10. Lord I KNOW You say that you do Your Work in YOUR OWN TIME….!!!!!!!!!!!!!…..but…Can You PLEASE do a RUSH JOB on these idiots and their ILK LIKE NOW…!!!!!…LAST WEEK…!!!..LAST MONTH..!!!!……oh forget ALL THOSE PREVIOUS REQUESTS…!!!!!…JUST FOREVER WOULD SUFFICE NICELY…!!!!!!!!!!….GO HILLARY..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. You watch. Hillary Clinton is going to own the women’s vote. There is going to be a huge groundswell of women from all walks of life supporting Hillary Clinton in this election.

  12. As a woman, I can tell you – we are our own worst enemy. While you would think women would support each other & not demean or degrade another woman – it happens regularly. Mostly from women who do not like other women & see themselves set apart from the everyday women.

    Phyllis Schlafly, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, among a host of other conservative women pundits who defend misogynists on a regular basis. Why? Well there is a whole psychology that would be too long to relate.

  13. The GOPenises are really stretching it with this one. Throwing Chelsea in? Why not her baby daughter too? Absurd!

  14. Roger Stone and Bob Morrow must be on crack if they “think” Hillary Clinton is at War with Women!

    What’s next for these two idiots… a Charles Manson was a Feminist book?

    Hook please.

  15. May be this book is based on facts, or maybe not.
    Why don’t you bring your evidence and prove the writers wrong instead of spitting insults.
    It is sad that people have to resort to insults and hatred instead of debating the facts and rise above the general pettiness.
    Maybe every single one of you, the author of this article and all the commentators, maybe you should all go and meet the women, the accusers and if you judge their stories to be fake or baseless, then come back here and denounce this book.
    Until then, simply retrieve in your small world and stick to your beliefs without looking above your limited horizons.

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