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Women, Words, Sex, Politics, and John 8:7

By Tamzin Rosenwasser, MD

The October 9 Presidential debate focused on women, with the moderators introducing a question near the beginning about an 11-year-old recording of some crude words about women by Donald Trump. According to some, including prominent Republicans, he committed the Unforgivable Sin and is irredeemable and deplorable, like half of his supporters.

Hillary Clinton claimed that she has spent her public life fighting for the rights of women and children all over the world. She didn’t say what she is doing for them; maybe she’s referring to her push for abortion.
If we look at deeds rather than words, Trump took the unprecedented step of a pre-emptive counter attack with a pre-debate press conference featuring Paula Jones, Kathleen Willie, and Juanita Broaddrick. They accused Bill Clinton of molesting or raping them, and Hillary of threatening and intimidating them. A reporter asked Willie whether this was “old news.”

While Trump apologized for his words and promises to be a better man, Hillary has never apologized for enabling her husband’s abuses or for calling his victims “bimbos,” “trailer trash,” and worse. She has never shown any sympathy for them, or for the 12-year-old whose rapist she defended.

What about women’s rights in the nations that are funding Hillary’s campaign? Hillary took $25 million dollars under the table from Saudi Arabia while she was Secretary of State. This is treason. One wonders; what did they get in return? What did Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Algeria, and the United Arab Emirates get for the millions they gave her?

In Saudi Arabia, a man can take his wife out to the desert and kill her, and there will be no investigation, no prosecution, no consequences. In Saudi Arabia, every girl and woman is owned by a male.

While she was Secretary of State, she refused to list Boko Haram as a terrorist organization, and they kidnapped hundreds of girls in Nigeria who are probably now sex slaves.” In her wake, she leaves death and destruction of our national security and freedom. She wants to open our borders to the most dangerous subversive slaughterers since the Nazis.

Hillary wants to import men to our United States from Islamic nations where girls and women are sold as sex slaves. And what might they do after they arrive? As far back as 1989, Muslims were carrying out killings of their own female relatives in the U.S., for listening to music, dressing in American clothing styles, and dating non-Muslims. The murder of 16-year-old Palestina Isa was caught on audiotape, because her father was a member of the Abu Nidal Organization, which was plotting to bomb the Israeli Embassy at the time, and the FBI had bugged their house.

Other victims include Sandeela Kanwal, Amina and Sarah Said, and Noor Almaleki, ages 25,19, 18, and 20, murdered by their fathers for being too Westernized. Female genital mutilation, and subsequent medical and psychological problems have already been seen by some physicians in this nation.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations put forth some Taqqiyah (approved lies to protect Islam) about this, because it’s a public relations black eye for Islam.

However, the Koran has a chapter devoted to women. From the N.J. Dawood translation, p 360: “Men have authority over women because Allah has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because Allah has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them.” The Koran also decrees that a woman’s testimony is worth only half that of a man; men get twice the inheritance of a woman. This is enshrined in the Koran. The Koran also tells men that they are forbidden to take in marriage married women, “except captives whom you own as slaves.” Yes, slavery is OK in Islam. OK with you, Hillary?

Does Hillary expect Muslims to change their religious beliefs? She demands that Christians renounce their beliefs on abortion.

In the debate, Hillary called the private email server a “mistake,” for which she says she “takes responsibility.” Others who have taken responsibility for less serious breaches are serving prison time. As to Trump’s question about deleting and “bleaching” out tens of thousands of emails after receiving a congressional subpoena, she had nothing to say. Obstruction of justice is a federal felony, Hillary.

Hillary’s words of concern about women and other Americans are meaningless, and her deeds apparently of little interest to the media.

Donald Trump may not be perfect, but at least he seems to have awakened in the past couple of years to the fact that our nation in is deep peril. He can identify sources of that peril clearly. He has actually produced results in his life’s work. He has raised a wonderful family. I believe he is remorseful over his comments. He may be flawed, but at least he shows human sympathy.

To those who suddenly say that his words are too horrible to forgive: “If you, O Lord, should mark iniquities, Lord, who could stand?” So remember the words oh John 8:7: “Let anyone among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone…”

Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser earned her MD from Washington University in St. Louis after putting herself through medical school. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and also Dermatology, and has practiced Emergency Medicine as well. Dr. Rosenwasser served as President of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) in 2007 and 2008. Dr Rosenwasser has written numerous articles and opinion editorials, and has been a guest on many media broadcast shows. She is currently writing a book on medical practice. She also serves as the chair of the Research Advisory Committee of the Newfoundland Club of America. As a life-long dog lover and trainer, she realizes that her dogs have better access to medical care and more medical privacy than she has, and her veterinarians are paid more than physicians in the United States for exactly the same types of surgery.

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