Clueless Bill Clinton Encourages Woman Wearing Shirt That Says He's A Rapist
Bill Clinton had a little disturbance at his rally on Wednesday... but it appears he had no idea how big of a disturbance it was.
During a stop in Canton, Ohio, a woman conspicuously dressed in sunglasses and a hat began holding a shirt that read, "Bill Clinton a rapist," while she shouted the same message herself.
A video of the woman's not-so-silent protest can be seen below:
As the woman was escorted out of the venue, the former president seemingly acknowledged her. He was seen telling the crowd, "Don't worry about that."
But according to Francesca Chambers of DailyMail.com, only the back of the woman's shirt was facing President Clinton. This means there's a chance he probably had no clue about what the front of the shirt actually said when he remarked,
I love it when people come into my rallies. It's a dead giveaway when they don't want a conversation because they know they'll lose a conversation.
To be clear, this isn't the first time a protest of this sort has interrupted a pro-Clinton rally. According to DailyMail.com, a different protester held up a sign bearing that same message during Hillary Clinton's speech in Florida on Friday.
Then, there was another protester who interrupted a Fox News broadcast over the weekend:
Guy yells "Bill Clinton is a rapist" on TV this morning! SHARE THIS! They are trying to wipe this from the internet! pic.twitter.com/EEea3H9LTD — USA For Trump 2016 (@USAforTrump2016) October 1, 2016
The protests are clear allusions to Bill's history of infidelity during his marriage to Hillary Clinton. In addition to his affair in the White House with Monica Lewinsky – which got him impeached – the 42nd president of the United States has been accused of sexual assault. The most notable accusation came from a woman named Juanita Broaddrick, who claimed Clinton raped her in the '70s.
It's controversies like these that have made the Clintons' marital issues a topic they have tried to avoid.
That being said, it's probably a good thing that Bill seemingly had no idea what the Ohio protestor's shirt said.