Hillary Clinton SAVAGED on Twitter for Releasing Delayed Statement on Weinstein Through Her Aide

Hillary Clinton SAVAGED on Twitter for Releasing Delayed Statement on Weinstein Through Her Aide

Hillary waited 5 days to release a statement about Weinstein and gets brutal response on Twitter…

In the wake of an explosive New York Times story that revealed decades of sexual harassment allegations against famed producer Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood elites are finally speaking out.

The Huffington Post reports:

The Times story detailed allegations from multiple women, including actress Ashley Judd, of disturbing behavior by Weinstein spanning almost 30 years, including appearing naked in front of victims, asking for massages and grabbing at least one woman’s breasts.

The piece reports he’s “reached at least eight settlements with women, according to two company officials speaking on the condition of anonymity.”

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While many A-list stars who have worked with Weinstein remained silent following the story’s publication, some Hollywood figures began tweeting the article and voicing their condemnation of the industry’s protection of predators.

Stephanie Mickus admits she knew not to meet with Weinstein alone, and Lena Dunham commends the women who are coming forward NOW – had they spoken up sooner, they would have saved others from his sexual attacks.

I don’t expect Hollywood liberals to admit that they cared more about their careers than stopping a sexual predator.

The one woman who many expected to speak out sooner was failed presidential candidate and women’s advocate Hillary Clinton who remained silent until now.

The Gateway Pundit reports:

Weinstein is one of Hillary Clinton’s biggest donors, having raised mega bucks for the failed Democrat presidential candidate. Weinstein even threw a fundraiser for Clinton back in June, raising $1.8 million.

Not only did it take five days and the conservative media pounding Hillary for her to make a statement on Weinstein’s sexual abuse accusations, the staunch feminist sent her aide, Nick Merrill to tweet it out for her.

Hillary simply ‘re-tweeted’ Nick Merrill’s statement. Hillary’s statement contained less than 40 words — 38 to be exact. Just three lines!

“I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein,” Clinton said in a statement, tweeted out by former campaign communications director Nick Merrill. “The behavior described by the women coming forward cannot be tolerated. Their courage and the support of others is critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior.”

Hillary got savaged on Twitter!







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