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I was watching television tonight and saw that Tom Arnold has a new show out on some un-watched cable television channel (Viceland?) called “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes.” In one description I saw, it said that he was seeking tapes on President Trump’s “bad behavior.” Tom Arnold must be a voice for righteousness, morals and an expert at Presidential behavior. Obviously, with his hard-core investigative journalism.

However, I must ask Mr. Arnold, where were you, standing up for women, decency, and morals of the office in the 1990’s? Where was this hardcore investigative journalism that you now embrace since it is someone that you, personally, do not like that holds the Office?

Let me preface this. I am not condoning immorality. I am not condoning abuses, if those abuses exist. I condemn wrongdoing, and I condemn “rules”, “morals”, etc. not applying to certain entities because it, just is. Case in point Mr. Arnold.

Some time during former President Clinton’s time in office, he had sex with a 21 year old intern. Whether it was sex, or oral, or “define sex” or whatever, he had immoral relations with an intern, in the Oval Office, while married. Maybe on national television while giving an address, maybe not. We will never know who was, or when they were, under his desk.

And, emphatically, Bill Clinton denies everything. He exclaims, arguably in a fit of rage, “I did NOT have sexual relations with that woman…” But, the consensual sexual contacts with Monica Lewinsky was not the only immoral conduct of Bill Clinton, at least allegedly, since Mr. Arnold seems to be going off of “bad behavior.”

Let us look further. First, there is Juanita Broaddrick who alleges that in 1978 she was violently raped by Bill Clinton. She even told friends immediately after, unlike some that have waited 35 years, when vocally against the current President, as reported by The Washington Post.

And then, Mr. Arnold, there is this accusation also against Bill Clinton, wherein Kathleen Willey alleges that Bill Clinton kissed her, fondled her breasts, and forced her to touch his crotch. Yes, it is an allegation, but, so are things about President Trump, and yet, where was your hardcore investigative reporting?

Aside from Monica Lewinsky, perhaps that most notable and recognizable of the Bill Clinton allegations, is from Paula Jones. According to this interview Ms. Jones alleges that Bill Clinton “He sat down, pulled down his pants, his whole everything and he was exposed, and I said, ‘I’m not that kind of girl, and I need to be getting back to my desk.'” Where was your report on this Mr. Arnold?

Done? Nope, not yet. Let’s take a look at this one. Ms. Leslie Millwee alleges that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her too, in so much as him having an orgasm while he was “hunching” her. Again, an allegation, but where is the investigative journalism into these allegations?

These are all allegations against Bill Clinton, sometimes while he is sitting in the Oval Office. If we are to judge a President on their morals outside of office, or in office, why is Bill Clinton the poster-child for the Hollywood elite, investigative journalists? Or perhaps, Mr. Arnold, we should look at your own morals. Intimidating a child? That’s how you roll? Dually noted.

Even the late Anthony Bourdain said that Bill Clinton was “rapey, gropey and disgusting.” Unfortunately, he committed suicide not long after making that comment. Coincidence?

Maybe.

Regardless, in the amount of searching that I have done, I have not found one article in twenty-six years that had Mr. Tom Arnold “investigating” Bill Clinton for his alleged misconduct and immoral behavior not just while in the Oval Office, but also while holding public office both as a DA and a Governor. Why is that Mr. Arnold?

Why Mr. Arnold, would you not question, or seek tapes, on a serial womanizer at best, and at worst, a serial rapist? Because he is a democrat? Or is he a friend? It is an honest question, in which I hope that you provide an honest answer.

I know that the hollywood elite are always mum when called out on hypocrisies and when it comes to explaining why they believe what they do, but Mr. Arnold, here at The Recreational Writer, we seek facts and information. You are free to respond openly, or you can even use the contact us form to answer. 

Somehow, however, I feel that you will continue the liberal, Hollywood elite, mentality of spewing hatred and not explaining a stance, or explaining why you feel you are right. Open discussion is healthy. Do you, Tom Arnold, prescribe to open discussion, or are you like your Hollywood friends that ignore requests for open dialogue?

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