CNN Panel Goes Off The Rails When A Conservative Brought Up Bill Clinton’s Sexual Misconduct [Video]

[VIDEO] Well, it looks like the subject of Dirty Old Bill Clinton still has the ability to disrupt the CNN Newsroom. This panel had four women on it and one of them had the audacity to point out Bill Clinton’s bad behavior in the past. That did not sit well with the other panelists.

You may not be able to sort out everything that was said in this clip, but you cannot mistake the tones and the attitudes. It is surprising that in this time of the social networking tag of #MeToo, that anyone would defend Bill. If you can sort through the mayhem, you will hear that support. Good luck with watching this.

As Written By Justin Caruso for the Daily Caller:

A CNN panel went off the rails Friday after a conservative guest brought up Hillary Clinton having “victim shamed” Bill Clinton’s accusers.

On “CNN Newsroom With Brooke Baldwin,” the subject of Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual misconduct and marital affairs came up.

Referring to Clinton’s alleged sexual misconduct, conservative guest Carrie Sheffield noted that, “it was case after case after case, and Hillary Clinton, she victim shamed. You want to talk about listening to women? She called Monica Lewinsky who was an intern at the time…”

The panel then descended into crosstalk and arguing.

Zerlina Maxwell interrupted, saying, “I have a problem blaming the women for the men’s behavior. It is not fair to do that. It is not fair to do that.”

Sheffield said, “You should listen to the women…”

Maxwell responded, “Yes, you should, but blaming Hillary Clinton in a conversation about Bill Clinton’s behavior is not appropriate. We should focus on the men’s choices and the men’s behavior, and all men need to reflect upon ,…….


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