Thou shalt not quote the next President of the United States laughing about successfully defending an accused pedophile she believed to be guilty.
A Hillary Clinton donor who serves as dean of the University of Arkansas libraries has banned the Washington Free Beacon from the school’s special collections archives, after the news outlet published revealing stories about Hillary Clinton based on documents available at the university library.
The ban came days after the Free Beacon ran a story about Clinton’s 1975 defense of a child rapist that drew from audio recordings available at the University of Arkansas library’s special collections archives…
Library dean Carolyn Henderson Allen informed editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti in a June 17 letter that the library had “officially suspended” the Free Beacon‘s research privileges…
Allen said the university would consider lifting the suspension if the Free Beacon complied with all its demands to remove the materials from its website.
I’m sure the Free Beacon will get right on that. And everybody else will just forget it ever happened. Such is the spirit of free inquiry we expect from any institution of higher learning.
It’s the University of Arkansas’ library, of course. They can do what they want. And we can make a note of it.
If you haven’t heard the audio yet, here’s Hillary Clinton and her Arkansas accent, laughing about springing a man she fully believed to be a pedophile rapist:
“Everybody has the right to legal representation,” I hear you sputtering. “Even an accused pedophile!”
Yes, he certainly does. And if his lawyer is on tape laughing about how he’s a liar and she freed him on a technicality, and then she ends up running for President of the United States, that’s something people deserve to know.
Or maybe you’re in favor of pedophilia? Tell us all about that.