Revenge Porn Victim Asks Hillary How She’ll Protect Victims, She Makes Herself the Victim, Tells Victims They’ll Have ‘Tools’

EDITORIAL: First, Hillary says she’s a revenge porn victim herself. You can tell from that answer she has absolutely no empathy for anyone hurt by pornography or such violations against someone’s privacy. Hillary just refused to sign a pledge to protect children better against the scourge of online pornography so it’s obvious she had real problems dealing with more porn questions.

The real kicker is when Hillary Clinton actually tells the victim that if she becomes president, revenge porn victims will get tools to protect themselves. Isn’t that putting the responsibility on the victim instead of saying what she’d do to get tougher on the creeps perpetrating these crimes? 

 And saying they’ll get tools is the EXACT same useless solutions they give to parents about protecting their children online. The Democrats tool for girls and women is to go read ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and call yourself empowered while you’re suffering from their abuse!

There is no message of ‘Tougher on Crime’ or ‘Safer for Children and Families’ by the Democrats, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as we regularly hear from the Republicans and Donald Trump. I guess we can see why this would be a wise idea for their party, considering if they got tough on crime and corruption in America, they’d have to lock most of themselves up for a very, very long time!

If Hillary Clinton publicly supports full term abortions which procedure DOES involve brutally killing a baby born live and she publicly refuses to sign a simple pledge to protect children better against online pornography, what makes anyone think she’s gonna protect ANY of your sorry asses?

"Is there gonna be bad stuff? I'm Exhibit A," said Hillary Clinton. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

“Is there gonna be bad stuff? I’m Exhibit A,” said Hillary Clinton. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Hillary Clinton talks revenge porn: ‘I’m Exhibit A’

Hillary Clinton addressed a topic on Tuesday night that she does not normally discuss at town halls: revenge porn.

Christie Chambers, a member of the audience at a Los Angeles town hall for digital content creators asked the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee what she thought about revenge porn and what legal actions could be taken to punish offenders.

Chambers, a YouTube personality who had run a channel with her ex-girlfriend, explained that her former lover had released videos of sexual encounters between the two following their break-up. Chambers asked Clinton what she would do as president to ensure individuals who leak footage can be prosecuted for digital privacy invasion.

Clinton was visibly startled, starting her response first with praise for Chambers’ bravery to publicly admit what had happened to her.

The former first lady admitted she has been the victim of embarrassing public affairs, but did not mention her husband, Bill, and his relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in the 1990s.

“Is there gonna be bad stuff? I’m Exhibit A. But when it becomes dangerous we have to do what we can to stop it,” Clinton said, though there is no known revenge porn of the Democratic candidate on the Internet.

“I’ll do everything I can as president to figure out how we can give victims like you tools and protect yourself and others,” Clinton said. “I’ll look to all of you — bullying online, revenge porn, cyber stalking — all too common, ruins lives, leads people to lose confidence, depression, suicide.”

She applauded the crowd for using social media to encourage one another in hard times, but did not lay out details for how she would thwart revenge porn offenders.

 

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