Sally Kohn Says We Must “Vet” Men For “Toxic Masculinity”, Changes Tune When Bill Clinton Is Mentioned (Video)

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CNN’s Sally Kohn recently wrote an article on how we need to do a better job of stopping ‘toxic masculinity’ from getting power. The article was clearly directed at Donald Trump. However, she had a completely different attitude when it came to the women that Bill Clinton allegedly raped.

“We must together open our eyes. Donald Trump called for the expansion of ‘extreme vetting’ for people entering the United States. Why aren’t we ‘extreme vetting’ men who are here? Why aren’t we talking about toxic masculinity?”

“Why aren’t we, as a society, seriously scrutinizing men and masculinity — and how the way we raise our children, treat our workers and form our policies perpetuates behavior we say we don’t want. The answer, of course, is also the problem. It is because men wield disproportionate power and privilege that we have failed to question this reality — and improve upon it — in any serious way,” she wrote.

During a CNN interview former Trump campaign advisor Jack Kingston brought up the women that Bill Clinton has assaulted. “Jack, the difference between Bill Clinton and Donald Trump is Bill Clinton was impeached. So we aired that one as a public. And also, he’s not currently the President,” said Kohn.

“He was impeached for perjury,” responded Kingston. Kohn suddenly lost her cool. “Listen this is fine. I’m fine watching this Roy Moore thing go down. Because with condolences to the poor statesman of course, the women who he has abused and made suffer–we are watching the destruction of the Republican Party before our very eyes. They are doing themselves systemic damage for generations. And I’m going to be honest, I’m here for it,” she yelled.

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