Hillary Clinton hires woman who thinks it’s much better to falsely accuse a man of rape than to disbelieve an accuser
Maxwell has written this: “Ultimately, the costs of wrongly disbelieving a survivor far outweigh the costs of calling someone a rapist.” Maxwell said that false accusations “can be undone by an investigation that clears the accused, especially if it is done quickly.”
Yep, she actually said that. And her views mirror those of her new boss, who recently said that rape accusers should be believed until evidence proves the accusation is false.
Yes, friends, if Hillary is elected, we will enter into a feminist nirvana, where women never lie about rape unless the accusation is lobbed at Bill Clinton; where due process for men and boys accused of rape is a luxury we can afford but won’t bother to extend; and where it’s Salem, Massachusetts, 1692, all the time, at least when it comes to men and boys.