During a rally for his wife in Wisconsin, a heckler called Bill Clinton a rapist.
True enough, and well documented, most recently by Juanita Broaddrick. Donald Trump wasted little time tweeting on the sordid affair to score political points against his rival, Hillary Clinton.
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The pain suffered by Bill Clinton’s victims—the list is long—should not be downplayed. However, Clinton is responsible for far more horrendous crimes rarely if ever mentioned.
He’s a top-notch war criminal.
Clinton followed in the footsteps of his predecessor—George H. W. Bush, responsible for the first invasion of Iraq—by keeping brutal medieval sanctions on that country in place. All told, over three million Iraqis died as a result of sanctions that spanned three US administrations. The genocidal sanctions directly violated the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, and its Additional Protocol 1 of 1977.
By 1999 the sanctions resulted in more than one million Iraqi children under five suffering chronic malnutrition and around 4,000-5,000 children dying per month beyond normal death rates from the combination of malnutrition and disease. Due to shortages of potable water and medicine, Iraq experienced a 20-fold increase in malaria. Other preventable diseases also ravaged the country, at one time the most advanced in the Arab Middle East.
Clinton’s secretary of state, Madeline Albright, told CBS News in 1996 she thought the sanctions and the death of 560,000 Iraqi children was a price worth paying.
Not only did Bill Clinton starve and deny humanitarian aid to Iraq, he also attacked the country. On June 26, 1993, he sent cruise missiles into …