Gennifer Flowers returns: On Tuesday night, Gennifer Flowers resurfaced on Fox in response to TonedeafGate.
"I think Bill is afraid," the fearless truth-teller fearlessly told Laura Ingraham. "I am advocating that Bill be prosecuted for his sex crimes just like Harvey Weinstein has been arrested and Bill Cosby is about to be sentenced."
Back in August 1999, the fearless truth-teller fearlessly told Chris Matthews about the many murders the Clintons had staged. Chris was surprised, or at least he pretended. But in the course of his half-hour interview, he didn't miss the chance to tell her how smokin' hot she was.
On Tuesday night, Flowers broke some news. She now regards her alleged relationship with Bill Clinton as a case of sexual harassment. "Back in 1977 when I met Bill, we didn't have the laws to protect us," she bravely said.
This represents a large switch. Back in 1992, when she got rich interrupting a presidential election, Flowers told the world that she and her Bill had enjoyed a torrid, twelve-year love affair. She told the same story in her 1995 book, Passion and Bertayal, in which she thoughtfully recalled the first time she laid eyes on Hillary Clinton:
FLOWERS: I was shocked. She looked like a big fat frump with her hair hanging down kind of curly and wavy. She had big, thick glasses; an ugly dress; and a big, fat butt.Also, Hillary was just screamingly gay, as Flowers fearlessly confessed on Hannity & Colmes. This is who Flowers is.
At any rate, on Tuesday night, she unveiled her newest story. Forget that torrid twelve-year love affair with "my Bill." As it turns out, Flowers was the victim of sexual harassment. And she wants to lock him up!
Many people actually are the victims of sexual harassment. On the other hand, sometimes we the people are the victims of disordered people who make sh*t up.
The presence of Flowers on the scene helps define an interesting problem. Most people can't imagine going on national TV and simply making sh*t up. This make it hard for us to believe that other people do that.
By instinct, we tend to assume that people aren't lying when they tell the sorts of tales that Flowers told in 1992, making tons of cash (at least $500,000) in the process.
On Tuesday night, Flowers was back with her latest story. Instinctively, most of us are inclined to believe other people when they share "their truth."
On Tuesday night, we watched Flowers sharing her latest truth. Ingraham didn't challenge her none. That's how the game is played.
It's hard for most of us people to believe that other people sometimes invent giant falsehoods. Given the way our modern media work, this is a big giant problem.
The New York Times fluffed Flowers good in October 2016. They even resurrected Connie Hamzy!
Are you sure that front-page report didn't tilt the election all by itself? What makes us so sure about that?
At any rate, it wasn't a torrid, 12-year love affair after all. At some point, we the people will have to decide that we really can't tolerate this.
No more hiding in the bushes. No more "$haring their truth."
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