by William Skink
It was just announced that Jenny Eck will be Hillary Clinton’s state director in Montana:
State Rep. Jenny Eck, D-Helena, is the state director for presidential Hillary Clinton’s campaign in Montana.
The Clinton campaign made the announcement Monday. Eck has served two sessions in the House. She is running unopposed in House District 79 this election.
Eck has worked as interim director for Carol’s List, an organization dedicated to electing progressive women in Montana.
Looking at Eck’s about page, you can see her legislative accomplishments are geared toward protecting consumers from financial predators and Montanans from sexual predators:
Rep. Jenny Eck, a freshman Representative from Helena, approached her first session with safer communities, mental health and consumer protection as her priorities. During the 2013 session, Jenny served on the House Judiciary and Natural Resources committees.
During her first session, she successfully sponsored and passed five pieces of legislation, including a bill to protect consumers from off shore predatory lenders and another giving prosecutors the ability to better evaluate and classify sex predators.
If Eck was true to her principles, she wouldn’t be enabling a Wall Street darling who refuses to release speech transcripts detailing what she said to the financial predators Eck supposedly wants to protect Montana consumers from.
And if Eck is truly concerned about evaluating and classifying the risk posed to communities by sexual predators, then she should take a look at Bill Clinton’s sexual predator pal, Jeffrey Epstein:
Palm Beach billionaire Jeffrey Epstein is a financier and political donor. He is also a convicted sex offender who is the subject of ongoing litigation from at least a dozen of his then-underage victims.
Flight logs show Bill Clinton traveled at least 10 times on Epstein’s private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express” by tabloids, and he is widely reported to have visited Little St. James, Epstein’s private island in the US Virgin Islands. That’s where, according to attorneys for Epstein’s victims, many of the worst crimes against minors were committed by Epstein and friends who traveled there with him.
The article the above quote is taken from goes on to show that Trump also has a connection to Epstein, which isn’t surprising. But it is awkward for Clinton supporters, and should be even more awkward for a woman like Jenny Eck, considering her legislative priorities are about protecting us from the kinds of predators she is now working for.
If Jenny Eck and her fellow Clinton enablers are successful, and Hillary Clinton becomes the presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, questions regarding how the Clintons went after alleged victims of Bill Clinton’s sexual proclivities will undoubtedly reemerge:
During and after the Lewinsky investigation that led to Bill Clinton’s impeachment for perjury and obstruction of justice, numerous women accusers were publicly or privately persecuted while several high-ranking Republican congressmen were exposed as adulterers for supporting Clinton’s impeachment–leading to the tumultuous resignation of Speaker-Designate Bob Livingston who was set to replace Newt Gingrich who resigned before his own adultery was exposed.
The intimidation campaign threatened by Hillary Clinton worked.
Will all these sordid issues regarding the Clintons get sacrificed on the Democrat alter of identity politics?