The New York Times reported on the influence of The Clintons’ War on Women in Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s attacks on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, but failed to mention the extreme misogyny of the book’s discredited co-authors, Robert Morrow and Roger Stone.
NY Times Highlights Trump’s Latest Attacks Against Clinton’s Marriage Without Providing Context About The Book That Sourced Them
NY Times: Trump To “Put The Clintons’ Relationship At The Center” Of His Latest Line Of Attack. The New York Times reported that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump “unleashed a slashing new attack on Hillary Clinton over Bill Clinton’s sexual indiscretions on Friday as he sought to put the Clintons’ relationship at the center of his political argument against her before their next debate.” The Times pointed out some Trump advisers, mainly Roger Stone, are suggesting Trump focus “on accusations that Mrs. Clinton tried to discredit women who said they had been harassed by Mr. Clinton,” and mentioned Stone wrote a book full of accusations against the Clintons called The Clintons’ War on Women. From the September 30 The New York Times report:
Donald J. Trump unleashed a slashing new attack on Hillary Clinton over Bill Clinton’s sexual indiscretions on Friday as he sought to put the Clintons’ relationship at the center of his political argument against her before their next debate.
Some of Mr. Trump’s advisers have tried to suggest focusing on accusations that Mrs. Clinton tried to discredit women who said they had been harassed by Mr. Clinton. Chief among those suggesting this approach is Roger Stone, the longest-serving Trump adviser, who wrote a book called “The Clintons’ War on Women,” laying out accusations from Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey, who have accused Mr. Clinton of sexual assault — accusations the Clintons or their lawyer David Kendall have denied. [The New York Times, 9/30/16]
NY Times Ignores Unhinged Misogynist Robert Morrow, Co-Author Of The Clintons’ War on Women Who Has Wished Death On Hillary Clinton
Morrow Has Hoped For Hillary Clinton’s Death. In his posts on social media, Robert Morrow, the co-author of The Clintons’ War on Women, has hoped for “angry bull dyke” Hillary Clinton’s death, saying “the Taliban was created to deal with people” and that “I hope” both Hillary and Bill Clinton “die.” Morrow has also reportedly received a visit from the Secret Service. [Facebook, 4/18/14, 1/16/13; Tampa Bay Times, 2/29/08; Media Matters, 9/3/15]
Morrow Has Written Bizarre Sexual Posts About Hillary Clinton. Morrow’s writings include bizarre sexual posts about the Democratic presidential nominee, once asking on Facebook whether anyone needed to borrow his “Hillary Clinton blow up doll” since he was “finished with it for tonight.” On May 23, 2015, he asked his Facebook followers “What is a greater threat to the USA: ISIS or Hillary Clinton’s vaginal odor?” Similarly, he said Fox’s Bill O’Reilly “should have to lick Hillary Clinton’s pussy” for being “a lying piece of shit” and “untrustworthy.” Morrow also said that Clinton has “maggots ... coming out of her pussy” and has posted a “Hillary Clinton masturbation update.” [Facebook, 4/24/15, 5/23/15, 3/2/15, 4/17/14, 11/13/13; Media Matters, 9/3/15]
Tampa Bay Times: Morrow “Pretty Much Devotes His Life To Hating The Clintons And Spreading Wild, Unsubstantiated Allegations About Them.” From a 2008 profile:
“Chelsea is the seed of Web Hubbell and not Bill Clinton. Would I bet my life on it? No. I would bet my pickup truck,” he declares between bites of salmon. “Hillary Clinton was sleeping with both of her law partners, Webb Hubbell and Vince Foster. And she's a lesbian, too.”
Morrow, a perpetually indignant, single 43-year-old, pretty much devotes his life to hating the Clintons and spreading wild, unsubstantiated allegations about them. There are untold numbers of Robert Morrows in America, people obsessed with Clinton hatred and Clinton conspiracy theories the way other Americans might be consumed with Star Trek, Beanie Babies or the Florida Gators.
But soon it could be time to find another purpose in life besides worrying about a Clinton in the White House. If Clinton fares poorly in the must-win states of Texas and Ohio on Tuesday, Robert Morrow and others will be looking for a new hobby.
“I've got other aspects of my life when I'm not, you know, stopping Clinton pond scum,” insists Morrow, who has no steady job but enjoys a family inheritance. “Um, I like to work out at the gym. I like to go hiking. I like to ride my bicycle.”
Morrow started his anti-Clinton crusade about three years ago, when he decided he needed to devote himself to making sure Hillary Clinton never wins the White House. He can't pinpoint what set him on this path beyond his conviction that the Clintons are ruthless “sociopaths that need to be crushed and defeated.”
With no job except occasional day trading of stocks, Morrow spends anywhere from one to 10 hours a day researching Clinton dirt or e-mailing and phoning reporters across the country about his conclusions. [Tampa Bay Times, 2/29/08]
The Times Also Did Not Provide Context About Dirty Trickster And Trump Ally Roger Stone
Roger Stone Is One Of Trump's “Most Visible And Vocal Surrogates.” Roger Stone previously worked as a top political aide to Trump's presidential campaign before exiting in August 2015. Stone says he and Trump are “on cordial terms. We talk ... Trump has been my friend for 35 years. He's still my friend.” Since then, Stone has helped spread falsehoods and conspiracy theories to smear the Clintons, including that they are “plausibly responsible” for the deaths of roughly 40 people.. [Media Matters, 9/5/16, 6/5/14; Talking Points Memo, 9/2/15; Politico, 8/8/15]
Stone Established Anti-Hillary Clinton Called “C.U.N.T.” In 2008, Stone established the anti-Hillary Clinton 527 group Citizens United Not Timid. The group -- now defunct -- emphasized the acronym by bolding the first letter in each word. The group claimed to “educate the American public about what Hillary Clinton really is.” Stone said he established the group because “that’s what you hear, particularly from males” and that he couldn’t come up with the acronym words for his preferred name option, “B.I.T.C.H.” [Associated Press, 8/11/15; Media Matters, 2/20/08, Weekly Standard, 1/28/08]
Donald Trump Has Promoted Stone And Morrow’s Book
Trump Promoted Stone And Morrow's Book On Twitter. Trump wrote in an October 14 tweet that linked to the book's Amazon.com page: “The latest book on Hillary--Wow, a really tough one!http://www.amazon.com/dp/151070678X @RogerJStoneJr." [Twitter.com, 10/14/15]