Isn’t the first rule of ‘Feminist Fight Club’ to believe ALL females who are brave enough to come forward against their sexual abuse attackers without question? If so, former Vice President Joe Biden is in trouble for his 2020 presidential bid.
In the new FOX Nation documentary, “The Confirmation Chronicles Vol. 2: High-Tech Lynching” information about Joe Biden and the 1991 proceedings against Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas is recalled. Specifically, former Republican Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) said “Biden told me personally that he didn’t believe her. He said, ‘I don’t know why she did this.”
Senator Hatch added, “I don’t mean to malign Joe, but Joe told me he didn’t believe her and there were some others that told me that, too.” At the time of the testimony, Biden served as the Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Senator Hatch was a Republican member of the committee.
Biden voted against sending Justice Thomas to the Supreme Court and has publicly said he believed Hill from the start. However, there have been other accounts that Biden did not believe Anita Hill was telling the truth in her testimony. Late Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA) recounted a similar story about Biden in his 2000 memoir, “Passion for Truth: From Finding JFK’s Single Bullet to Questioning Anita Hill to Impeaching Clinton.”
Specter interviewed Biden for his book and he wrote:
Biden told me in November 1998, ‘it was clear to me from the way she was answering the questions, she was lying…At that point I truncated the hearing and recessed it early for lunch,’ Biden said. ‘I turned to my chief of staff and said go down and tell her lawyers that if her recollection is not refreshed by the time she gets back, I will be compelled to pursue the same line of questioning the Senator [Specter] did. Because it seems to me, she did what he said.’