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No details surrounding the actual allegations have actually been released — so it sounds like we'll just have to see how the Clinton team settles the suits. And we would appreciate Bill taking accountability for his actions and Hillary speaking out against her husband's behavior once and for all. I don't know if it's charisma or charm or some magical Southern "gentleman" aura, but from his infamous penchant for Mc Donald's to his uncontainable joy for balloons, good old Bubba has a smooth as glass way of keeping the people smiling..."pinned [her] against a wall and stuck his hands up her dress. RELATED: 5 Horrible Things Jim Carrey Allegedly Did To His Ex-Girlfriend Before She Committed Suicide (According To Her Therapist) Senior Editor and happily-former divorce coach & mediator Arianna Jeret is a recognized expert on love, sex, and relationships (except when it comes to her own life, of course) who has been featured in Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, Yahoo Style, Fox News, Bustle, Parents and more.There’s a point when “whataboutism” isn’t just a cynical tactic but a genuine cry of frustration by people who can see there are clearly two different standards being applied simultaneously.At some point, in the midst of all of these other allegations, Bill Clinton must also face the music. His accusers, especially Juanita Broaddrick, shouldn’t be dismissed. “It is incredibly disappointing that NBC and Andrea Mitchell will not publicly apologize for this egregious error, especially considering that NBC has retroactively edited the online version of the story and taken out the word ‘discredited,'” Hickey told Breitbart News. I mean it’s just further evidence that there are no journalistic standards that the mainstream media isn’t willing to trample on in order to help protect the Clintons right now – and to kill the reputation of someone who has been willing to come forward with a story that has only ever been corroborated never discredited.” That’s why Lisa Myers, former senior investigative correspondent for NBC Nightly News, jumped to Juanita’s defense near the end of May when Andrea Mitchell first used the word “discredited” and “none of that has changed,” Jackson said.Broaddrick’s description of the attack came in an interview with attorney Candice Jackson, who wrote about it for WND. “Lisa called Juanita personally and told her she was really upset about this and that the one-sided bias of the network is just reveled over and over again,” Jackson said.That’s true even though the details seem strikingly similar to some of the stories we’re hearing now: As Mary Katherine Ham suggested today on CNN, one reason so many Republicans find it easy to dismiss claims like the ones made against Roy Moore is that we’ve seen the national media do something similar for Democrats in the past. As Ham points out, NBC News just killed a report on progressive champion Harvey Weinstein a few weeks ago.

But it’s not fair to tar everyone who raises Clinton’s name in these conversations as doing so from a cynical motive.

And Broaddrick mentioned something else: Of all mainstream journalists, the one she spoke to recently on the phone, seeking an update from Broaddrick on the rape incident and its aftermath, was NBC’s Andrea Mitchell.

How ironic, then, when Mitchell said on-air that Broaddrick’s rape allegation, first televised by her own network in a sensational “Dateline” segment in 1999, had been “discredited.” “Lisa Myers actually warned me about Andrea,” Broaddrick told WND at the time, responding to Mitchell’s comment essentially calling her a liar. Discover the explosive secret history of Bill and Hillary Clinton in the new blockbuster book, “Hillary the Other Woman,” available right now from Amazon as an e-book, or as an autographed hardcover from the WND Superstore!

We also remember the general mood of the national media which quickly shifted from taking the accusations seriously into “everyone lies about sex” mode.

Bill lied to all our faces and many on the left applauded him for him.