I guess in a way, if the person is a genuine “survivor of sexual assault” then she isn’t lying. But in reality the only way to practice such a command is simply believe everyone who claims to have been sexually assaulted.
According to the Daily Caller, “Backfire: Hillary Tweets All Sexual Abuse Accusers Deserve To Be ‘Believed,’ Is Reminded Of Her Husband.”
On the night CNN aired a controversial and, as many legal critics call it, flawed documentary on sexual assault on college campuses, Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton tweeted solidarity with victims of sexual assault. The response could not have been what she was hoping for.
The link in her tweet went to a campaign webpage on sexual assault on campus that starts with a quote from a speech Hillary gave in September: “I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you.”
Clinton’s original tweet was immediately greeted with a crush of reminders of allegations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton, for sexual assault and even rape.
There follows a long list of tweets asking Hillary why she hadn’t believed her husband’s accusers.
Now Hillary has made the issue of Bill Clinton’s sexual crimes, and her own role in covering them up, an issue in the campaign.