Everyone knows that progressive men (like the desperate migrants in the public square in Cologne, Germany, on the 2015/1016 New Year's Eve celebration who were incapable of the "mens rea" necessary to be deemed guilty of raping the German women in the public square that evening) are so attractive to young babes who become volunteers in political campaigns as hot-babe political "groupies" exuding such intense admiration for progressive candidates or office-holders that such progressive men quite naturally assume that all such volunteers are "asking for it" merely by serving as volunteers.
The Rolling Stone Magazine cover (shown above) shows the then-hot-babe Juanita Broaddrick with an expression showing her remorsefulness for having unknowingly exuded such sexuality as a campaign volunteer for Bill Clinton in 1978 that Bill sensed that she was "asking for it" and merely obliged her desires knowing that ordinary women simply cannot resist offering themselves as "groupies" for Progressive Men behaving as "alpha males."
Thus, Rolling Stone Magazine has now regained it's footing among Democrat feminists (and alongside Hillary Clinton's War on the "WAR on WOMEN" and her "right to be believed" campaign for sexual-assault victims), which footing Rolling Stone had lost in 2014 when it's article designed to libel U. Va. with a "gang rape" story was (though no fault of Rolling Stone) exposed as a hoax, which exposure forced Rolling Stone to retract the article and apologize for having been caught trying to defame U. Va.
And, of course, at that same time, a five-year-old future campaign worker, Monica Lewinksy, was already fantasizing that she would fulfill her mother's prophecy for her by growing up to serve in the Oval Office.
And Hillary Clinton reiterates her 2016 campaign platform assuring sexual-assault victims of their "right to be believed" by stressing Bill's "right to be believed" in asserting that he was victimized by Juanita Broaddrick's "asking for it" and also by issuing "Hillary's Corollary" to the "right to be believed" platform by explaining the necessity of its being inapplicable to progressive male politicians.
In learning about Hillary's Corollary and Rolling Stone Magazine's plans for this latest issue, Bill Cosby contacted the editors to ask (regarding "Hillary's Corollary"): "Why is it that black lies don't matter?" Hillary responded, "Virtually everyone understands that to avoid "white privilege," we long-ago took the position that "white lies don't matter" -- especially when they're Bill's white lies, so maybe Bill Cosby should try telling some "white lies" instead of "black lies."
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