Fox News' Outnumbered program today, the panel discussed the hot topic of Trump's attacks on HRC over Bill Clinton's indiscretions, in which Trump called Hillary an "enabler."
Conservative Katherine Timpf got into a scrum with Liberal Julie Roginsky and after Timpf filibustered and constantly interrupted Julie, Roginsky said, " Kat, I'm sorry, I hope for your sake that your husband never cheats on you..."
Julie has always been a very good left wing voice whenever Fox News has her on the air.
"Outnumbered," opened the segment by playing video of Hillary Clinton refusing to comment, on Trump's ridiculous attacks.
Host Harris Faulkner, asked conservative Katherine Timpf, "How's she (Hillary) doing?"
Timpf replied, "Terribly."
"It's not that he's attacking Bill, for what he did, he's attacking Hillary for what Hillary did - which was - she didn't just passively enable, she actively attacked women, who, he didn't just have affairs with - who accused him of sexually assaulting them and then now she's running as a feminist? I don't think so."
She named the women that Hillary supposedly and viciously attacked and said, "we shouldn't let it go."
As usual, conservatives attack the victim in most every case.
Faulkner made a point about Hillary raising money off of supporting women's issues, so she asked if these decades-old attacks are OK to put "in play?"
Roginsky explained that many people have tried running against Hillary "on this issue" and failed. "I wish we would cut other women a break when it comes to the fact that their husbands cheated on them and we expect them to behave..."
Timpf cut in, "..but we're not talking.."
Roginsky: "We are..."
Timpf: "We're talking about sexual assault."
Roginsky: "Excuse me, let me finish. First of all there is no proven sexual assaults. Secondly, if your husband, is accused of cheating on you and you're living in the land of denial - cut the women a break.
But Katherine Timpf continued to hijack her time and she had enough.
Roginsky "Kat, I'm sorry, I hope for your sake that your husband never cheats on you..." and I hope for your sake, in fact that ever happens, that some point..."
Timpf: "I'm ..."
Roginsky: "Let me finish, at some point.."
Timpf: "You cannot say..."
Timpf continued, "You cannot say that all women, who are accused of sexual assault have a right to be believed. (I think she got confused here) believed and then stay married to a guy...
Roginsky: "Are you done, can I finish my point?
Timpf: "...stay married to a guy, there's no explanation for that."
Roginsky: "Well, I'd like to explain it, but you're not letting me. I'm just suggesting that if my husband cheated on me, nobody's ever going to judge me on the way that I reacted to it and how I treated those women."
As usual, Faulkner never tried to stop Timpf from constantly interrupting Roginsky, because the bosses at Fox News insist that the old and tired attacks on HRC continue.