I wasn’t very political engaged back when the Clintons’ were in office the first time & didn’t follow the blow-by-blow of Ken Starr’s investigations into White Water, Vince Foster’s death and the Monica Lewinsky scandal, so I didn’t really form an opinion of Starr. I can’t seem to help but to form one now, however, with the Vince Foster story reemerging (I had always wondered why Starr ignored the Clinton’s Body Count), together with the strange fact that Starr was the lawyer who secured for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein (an acquaintance of both Bill’s and The Donald’s by the way) an apparently illegal plea that served to protect others who might have been implicated in the underage sex ring. Clinton, it turns out, was even more closely associated with Epstein than originally revealed, and now I’m wondering how deep and how far back these incestuous relationships go. Adding to my questions about Starr was this recent post on CNN: Did Ken Starr ignore sexual assault claims at Baylor?
As an aside, a funny thought experiment occurred to me in light of arguments that Bill Clinton’s past has no bearing on Hillary’s White House bid:
Would you tell Bill Cosby‘s wife it would be a good idea for her to run for president? Why or why not?
And here’s a funny/not-so-funny take on the whole disturbingly muted approach to this pedophilia scandal taken by the mainstream media: