As Twitchy told you earlier, in a recent interview with PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff, Bill Clinton stuck a giant, smelly foot in his mouth when he weighed in on Al Franken and sexual harassment:

The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman was among those taken aback by Clinton’s, um, phrasing:

And Haberman couldn’t help but think of someone Bill Clinton allegedly forced to do something against her will:

Well, gee.

Maybe if the media had treated her allegations seriously at the time, we’d be past the point where the media are still asking Bill Clinton for his thoughts on sexual harassment and sexual predation.

Spoiler alert: It’s because they’re hacks. They didn’t care about women like Broaddrick at the time because she made their precious Bill Clinton look bad, and they don’t care about women like Broaddrick now because they’re too busy trying to make everything about Trump. Not that the Resistance minds:

Because of course.

God forbid people acknowledge that sexual predation is always bad, no matter what letter you’ve got after your name.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with an additional tweet.