Mika Tosses Slick Willy Under the Bus: ‘He Was a Predator’

Mika Brzezinski threw Bill Clinton under the bus on Friday when she called him a “predator” on “Morning Joe.”

Donny Deutsch was speaking about Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore and the disgusting allegations being brought against him. This is when Brzezinski added that it is not a partisan behavior, and said that Clinton “sexually harassed an intern in the White House.”

Wow. Shocking. I am surprised that anyone who is not a Republican would ever mutter those words!

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She continued, “We have to look at what the goal is here. What’s the goal? What are we trying to do? Because I think the goal is to shine light on really bad behavior … we need to create an environment where everyone feels safe, where this behavior is shunned, where it’s unwelcome, and where it’s prevented,” the co-host inquired, “So, is the goal to bring people down based on politics or hate?”

“There are cases that are proven, where there are settlements, where there is evidence and the sexual predator has been brought down. Harvey Weinstein.” Brzezinski  said, “There are cases where the predator flourished and continued to be the President of the United States. I’m talking about Bill Clinton. Where the women were attacked, where they were settled with, and their lives were ruined – Monica Lewinsky.”

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