While the entire political media was running wild with the leaked tape of Donald Trump’s 2005 sexual remarks, the women Bill Clinton allegedly abused came out in force to remind voters of the difference between banter and assault. Trump may not always carry himself in the classiest manner, but these women want people to remember that Hillary’s husband has done far worse.

“Hillary calls Trump’s remarks ‘horrific’ while she lives with and protects a ‘Rapist’.  Her actions are horrific,” said Juanita Broaddrick on Twitter. Broaddrick has long claimed that Bill Clinton raped her while running for governor of Arkansas in the 1970s.

“How many times must it be said?” Broaddrick asked. “Actions speak louder than words. [Trump] said bad things! [Hillary] threatened me after [Bill] raped me.”

Kathleen Willey, another one of Clinton’s victims, called on Hillary to leave the race.

“The Hag has called us bimbos, sluts, trailer trash, whores, skanks,” Willey tweeted. “From one woman to her rapist’s victims. When will u resign from ur campaign?”

Paula Jones, perhaps one of the most well-known of Clinton’s accusers, commented on the astounding double standard.

“I don’t recall that Bill or Hillary has ever apologized to me and Juanita Broaddrick or Kathleen Willey yet Bill was getting his wee wee sucked under the Oval Office desk and still won a second term, UNBELIEVABLE!,” Jones wrote.

In the late 90s, all the liberals were saying that a president’s sexual escapades had nothing to do with his job performance. Now, even an off-color comment made eleven years ago provides enough insight into a man’s heart to declare him unfit for the presidency? The cognitive dissonance is remarkable.

But that double standard isn’t even the crazy one. The really crazy one is this: Feminists have been telling the country for decades that there is no feminine standard for proper behavior. There are no limits. Women are equal, women are equal, women are equal. Period. Right?

Furthermore, we’ve been told that not only are the genders equal, but that they don’t actually exist to begin with. They’re fictional constructs that promote the patriarchy. Women can be men, men can be women.

So, under those parameters, why are Trump’s comments so reprehensible? If Hillary had made similar remarks, would her supporters denounce her and call for her to leave the race? If not, why not?

When their ridiculous philosophies conflict with their political desires, the truth is revealed. Liberals don’t believe in any of that nonsense, and when they’re backed into a corner, it becomes very obvious.