Bill Clinton Is Jealous That Trump Isn’t Being Impeached

The Clintons seem to be a spiteful pair, who know how to hold a grudge, judging on Hillary’s inability to accept her presidential loss and Bill’s focusing on his “unfair” impeachment.

And not unlike liberals at large, Bill and Hillary have a long list of things to blame for their misfortunes.

Now, two decades after Bill Clinton’s impeachment, he resurfaces to promote the political thriller novel “The President is Missing” that was co-written with James Patterson.

We should know by now the Clintons don’t attend any event without mud slinging at someone from the opposing party.

Fox News reported:

“Former President Bill Clinton argued Sunday that impeachment hearings would already be in full swing if a Democrat were in the Oval Office and if the special counsel’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election were as deep as it is now.”

Clinton further claimed that people he knew in Washington “believe” the same thing he did concerning an impeachment against Trump.

It’s unsure who Clinton is still in contact with in Washington, but his friends are likely of the same spiteful bunch who would wish ill fate on our current President just because he is squashing their agenda.

Former FBI director, Robert Mueller, is heading the special counsel’s investigation into the Russian probe case, where 19 people have been charged, and 3 guilty pleas have already been received.

Mueller’s focus in the investigation has largely been towards Trump and anyone he can pin something on that has associated with him.

The year-long probe has been dubbed by legitimate media sources, such as The Hill, Fox News, and The Daily Wire, as a “witch hunt” against President Trump.

Mueller is hoping that his findings will contribute to a case that shows Trump’s “interference with the Russia probe constitutes obstruction of justice”, according to Vox, which would give the Democratic Party members in the House grounds to begin an impeachment hearing.

Bill Clinton does know a thing or two about being impeached, but the major difference between him and Trump is that he was guilty.

An investigation led by independent counsel Ken Starr led to the Republican-led House to vote to impeach Bill Clinton in 1998 for obstruction of justice and perjury.

The charges stemmed from a 1994 sexual harassment suit from Paula Jones, where she claims that Bill propositioned her.

During that trial, the Monica Lewinsky scandal was revealed, that led to the additional charge of perjury, and the demise of his reputation.

However, once the impeachment trial went to the Senate, Clinton was acquitted of both charges.

Bill Clinton, in his interview with CBS, accused the nation’s victorious President for using nicknames for politicians, referring to the term “Crooked Hillary” used for Clinton’s wife.

The nickname “Crooked Hillary” is used more widely than in the Oval Office, and for good reason.

During the interview, Clinton went on to say that, “I don’t like all this. I couldn’t be elected anything now because I just don’t like embarrassing people.”

The truth is that Bill Clinton wouldn’t be elected anything now because he is one of two presidents to be impeached by the House, the other being Democrat Andrew Johnson and because he has no political pull.

Clinton further added, “My mother would have whipped me for five days in a row when I was a little boy if I spent all my time badmouthing people like this.”

The question is, how many whips did you get for having multiple affairs on your wife, and letting down the American people?

Monica Lewinsky came back into the limelight when the #MeToo movement began to pick up steam, speaking up against Clinton’s “gross abuse of power” in Vanity Fair.

In the same interview with CBS where former President Clinton claims he is mad at Trump for making up nicknames, he also says that he “did the right thing” in the Lewinsky conflict.

He never privately apologized to her but thinks his public apology to the “World” was enough.

While there are many on the left that wish to see Trump’s impeachment out of emotional excitability, there is little to no evidence that a hearing will ever take place.

With the attacks ongoing since the presidential campaign, it seems unlikely that the Democrats will stop harassing the President.

This may prove beneficial in coming elections as liberal credibility is diminished, and their lack of focus on real issues is realized.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think of Clinton’s remarks on impeachment, and his effort to minimize his own flaws.

 

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