Hannity: ‘Shameful and Reprehensible’ the Media Covered up for Bill Clinton for 30 Years

‘We are exposing the people who have covered up for the Clintons for 30 plus years and made excuses for all of their behavior’

RUSH EXCERPT:
HANNITY: "As the White House has been saying all week, President Trump is going to let the voters of Alabama decide the fate of drugs were Moore in light of Moore’s vehement denials and repeated denials. Finally, as we promised to do last night, tonight we are naming names. We are exposing the people who have covered up for the Clintons for 30 plus years and made excuses for all of their behavior, all while attempting to discredit and utterly destroy all of his accusers. Let’s start with the raging cajun James Carville. He ran Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, one of the fiercest defenders of bill’s sexual transgressions. He made this infinite comment about Paula Jones, who sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. “You drag $100 bill through a trailer park come you never know what you were to find.” It was Carville who also slammed Jones by saying her lawsuit was all about money, plain and simple, and a healthy dose of right-wing politics. The Jones case was a lot more serious than he ever claimed because Clinton did end up paying over $850,000 in an out-of-court settlement. Next, former Clinton Sr. Advisor, now ABC good morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos. He wrote in his memoir, in 1991 Hillary Clinton said we have to destroy her when describing one of bill’s accusers. He also helped oversee the Clinton campaign war room, all in order to deal with what some on the campaign or referring to as bimbo eruptions."

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