Hillary Clinton announced yesterday that she hired political analyst Zerlina Maxwell to help the campaign’s digital outreach with a focus on “black voters, feminism and gender inequality.”
So….I have some news >> Clinton Campaign Hires Zerlina Maxwell For Digital Outreach https://t.co/nV65mD6Gbj
— Zerlina Maxwell (@ZerlinaMaxwell) February 12, 2016
You might remember Maxwell from the heat she took over a 2014 Washington Post op-ed she wrote on the Univ. of Virginia rape hoax that argued, “No matter what Jackie said, we should generally believe rape claims.”
MY NEW PIECE: No matter what Jackie said, we should generally believe rape claims. http://t.co/nBM5CPiqBn
— Zerlina Maxwell (@ZerlinaMaxwell) December 6, 2014
She even wrote that we should believe the accuser “as a matter of default”:
We should believe, as a matter of default, what an accuser says. Ultimately, the costs of wrongly disbelieving a survivor far outweigh the costs of calling someone a rapist. Even if Jackie fabricated her account, U-Va. should have taken her word for it during the period while they endeavored to prove or disprove the accusation. This is not a legal argument about what standards we should use in the courts; it’s a moral one, about what happens outside the legal system.
Oh really? Should we believe Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of rape “as a matter of default” too?
— Will Antonin (@Will_Antonin) December 6, 2014
@ZerlinaMaxwell Juanita Broderick would like to chat
— Andrews Dad (@Andrew_Dad) December 6, 2014
@ZerlinaMaxwell Do you believe Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick? Shouldn't we as a "default" believe Ms. Broaddick and stand with her?
— PreFabAmbulation (@DoctorGibrarian) February 12, 2016
Over to you, Zerlina.