When the scandal first broke about movie producer Harvey Weinstein being accused by dozens of women on sexual misconduct, former Secretary of State claimed she was “shocked and appalled.”

But the Clinton family has had a close relationship with Weinstein for decades, one that apparently continued until very recently.

On May 2, 2017, one the most ironic and bizarre photos was taken during a gala to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Planned Parenthood.

The photo shows Weinstein, Clinton, her top confidant and longtime aide Huma Abedin sitting at a table together at an event to promote and support women thriving in the workplace.

Clinton received an award that night, and spoke about the importance of promoting women – which is absolutely breathtaking when you think about these three crooks representing “women’s rights.”

The photo was uploaded Wednesday by Fox News host Laura Ingraham, and the media is no where to be found despite the Facebook post being liked 16,000 times, commented on nearly 2,500 times, and shared almost 30,000 times.

Just take that in for a second.

Former President Bill Clinton was impeached in the House of Representatives for having an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Hillary played a major role in silencing the numerous women who came forward and accused Bill of sexual misconduct and rape over the years, thereby taking away their voice to speak about what Bill had done to them.

Abedin’s husband, former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner, is in prison for sending sexually charged and lewd text messages to an underage girl while he was still married.

Weinstein has been accused by at least 30 women of sexual misconduct, with many women claiming he raped them or forced them to perform sexual acts in exchange for helping them with their careers.

All of that considered, these thee people were photographed together and portrayed as leaders of promoting women’s rights.

It’s no wonder the media won’t cover this. It proves they were complicit and played a role in elevating Clinton, Abedin, and Weinsten – the three worst people imaginable to discuss women’s rights.

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