Man who accused Bill Clinton of RAPE removed from Hillary’s Detroit rally
The 2016 presidential election has been marked by numerous first-time events. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is the first female nominee of a major party, and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is the first non-politician of the Republican party. Beyond those points the election has also been the most contentious ever in American history, with both candidates dragging out many year’s past comments and scenarios of a sexual nature. Clinton raised the issue of an audio recording of Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women, and Trump has brought up Clinton’s husband’s checkered past of being accused of sexual assault and Clinton’s admittance to having had affairs while he was president.
As the public looks to the two nominees as guides of behavior, it should not be a surprise that individuals have taken it upon themselves to bring awareness to the above issues — just as one man did at Clinton’s rally in Detroit, Michigan. The man in question was removed from the rally by security for wearing a shirt featuring the face of Bill Clinton with the word “RAPE” in big bold letters. The man caught the attention of Hillary Clinton who laughed and said, “You know, I do hope somebody follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention. He clearly has not been following this election very closely.”
The stunt was likely staged by the conspiracy lunatic Alex Jones who promised a large cash reward for any person who was able to get onto national television to accuse Bill Clinton of being a rapist.
Watch Clinton’s entire Detroit rally below: