Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore has had several women come forward and accused him of sexual misconduct.
Many have said Moore should step down even those with in the Republican party have called him to step aside.
Over the last several days, some people are claiming there’s been a doubled standard on this issue. People are asking why Moore should step aside without any proof, yet former President Bill Clinton was accused by several females and the left and the media tried to discredit his accusers
But this might be changing. Over the last week, several commentators on T.V. has been mentioning this very point.
Chuck Todd, host of NBC “Meet The Press” asked the question, “how come all these people that were upset about (sexual allegations) against Donald Trump, were not upset about Bill Clinton?”
Charlie Cook from the Cook Political Report, said on ABC’s “This Week” on the issue of sexual allegation, that the rules changed starting with Bill Clinton.
Vox.com has a piece saying Bill Clinton-should-have-resigned.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes said there is “a real reckoning” with the very real possibility that Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick nearly 40 years ago.
Chelsea Handler tweeted an apology to Juanita Broaddrick.
New York Times Columnist Michelle Goldberg wrote an OP-ED entitled “I BELIEVE JUANITA.”