Video shows the U.S. president groping a woman. But the President is Clinton, not Trump, so the political left is perfectly OK with it.
Here’s a video of the U.S. President groping a woman, when he mistakenly thought the camera was turned off.
If this was President Trump, the political left would, justifiably so, be very upset.
But it’s not President Trump. It’s President Clinton. And to those on the political left, that makes it perfectly acceptable.
Also, note the ABC News logo on the bottom right corner. The video’s description at YouTube refers to the video as “uncovered ABC footage,” which suggests that it was never aired at all, on any local or national news broadcast. If this had been Trump, the national mainstream media would be playing this clip all across the country, day and night, for a very long time. But since it’s Clinton, that kind of media exposure didn’t happen, so almost no one knows about it. Media bias at its finest.
Obama administration sexually assaults 10-year-old girl, and says anyone who objects is a “domestic extremist”
Meanwhile, the Obama administration has treated non-terrorists in a very different way.
In March 2012, the Obama administration gave a very invasive patdown to a three-year-old boy in a wheelchair, which caused him to tremble in fear.
In April 2012, the Obama administration gave an aggressive patdown to a seven-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, and caused her to miss her flight.
Also in April 2012, the Obama administration said that a four-year-old girl was a “high security threat.”
In May 2012, an 18-month-old girl was forced to get off a plane because the Obama administration had placed her on its no fly list.
Also in May 2012, the Obama administration gave a patdown to Henry Kissinger.
In July 2011, the Obama administration forced a 95-year-old cancer patient to remove her adult diaper and fly without it.
In March 2011, the Obama administration ripped open the urostomy bag of a 61-year-old bladder cancer survivor, and forced him to fly covered in his own urine.
In October 2013, the Obama administration harassed a sick 3-year-old boy, and caused him to miss his flight.
And now we have the latest outrage: in the video below, which was filmed on December 30, 2015, the Obama administration sexually assaults a 10 year-old-girl. In this video, the security guard repeatedly touches the girl, over and over, again and again, in the same private areas. And the guard uses her palms and fingers, instead of the backs of her hands.
How this is security guard not acting like a pedophile?
Why is this behavior not being prosecuted as sexual assault?
And why did they make the girl remove her shoes, when they never actually checked to see if there were any explosives inside the shoes?
This has nothing to do with security, or with looking for explosives. Instead, it has everything to do with power and control, and with making people feel helpless, and with making people feel frightened of their own government. The government is trying to condition people into being blindly obedient, and into accepting anything that it does to them, no matter how awful.
I am 100% certain that Obama’s own daughters will never have to go through this.
In 2015, testing showed that the TSA failed to find “fake explosives, weapons and other contraband” 95% of the time.
And to top it all off – the final insult – the Obama administration labels anyone who objects to this sexual assault as a “domestic extremist.”
Here’s the video:
Live Leak reports:
TSA Pat down and groping of 10 year old girl
January 1, 2015
Maybe I’m over reacting ? I would have no problem submitting myself for a pat down, I support a high level of security, but I feel invasive touching of Children crosses the line, unless credible evidence exists.
On 12/30/15 TSA ordered a full Pat Down of my 10 year old daughter & detained us for over an hour.
TSA policy states PAT Downs of children under 12 should be method of last resort.
In my 10 yr old daughter’s case, after clearing metal detector, a forgotten Capri Sun juice pack was found in her hand bag by x-ray & agent swabbed bag resulting in a false positive.
Rather than retesting bag or alternate screening methods, my daughter was immediately ordered to submit to a full body Pat Down, and I was told I could not record the process. Luckily I knew the law regarding video recording and agent subsequently allowed me to record.
TSA policy states children under 12 will receive a “Modified Pat Down” yet my 10 year old received a full adult pat down. I feel it was intrusive, invasive, and unnecessary.
TSA made it clear I would be arrested if I resisted the search of my daughter.
TSA attempted to persuade me to allow my daughter into a private room, I felt safer with the general public surrounding us and refused several efforts to whisk us away.
TSA agent repeatedly touched my daughters buttocks and other sensitive areas with her palm & fingers not back of hand.