The PointBy Daniel Greenfield

Defender of Child Rapist Can't Sleep At Night Over Migrant Minors

Hillary Clinton loved all the children. And all the children loved her right back. Except when she deported them at gunpoint to Cuba or defended the man who raped and beat them into a coma.

A child rape victim says she cannot forgive Hillary Clinton for defending her rapist in court 40 years ago, saying the Democratic presidential candidate attacked her credibility despite knowing that her assailant was guilty – and  later laughed about it in a taped interview.

Kathy Shelton was just 12 years old when a 41-year-old drifter raped her on the side of a desolate Arkansas road in 1975.

“It was a fascinating case, it was a very interesting case,” Clinton says in the recording. “This guy was accused of raping a 12-year-old. Course he claimed that he didn’t, and all this stuff.”

“I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” she added with a laugh.

Clinton can also be heard laughing at several points when discussing the crime lab’s accidental destruction of DNA evidence that tied Taylor to the crime.

In a July 28, 1975, court affidavit, Clinton wrote that she had been informed the young girl was “emotionally unstable” and had a “tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing.

But even soulless monsters sometimes love children so much that they can’t sleep at night.

“The question of how we reunite the children who were taken from the parents is the one that’s keeping me up at night.” Does she worry some may never be reunited? She looks stricken. “Yes, I do. Absolutely I worry about that. I’m worried that some children will not be reunited.”

Elian Gonzalez and the children of the men murdered in Benghazi while Hillary plotted her presidential campaign could not be reached for comment

How many nights did Hillary have trouble sleeping back when illegal migrant criminals were being separated from the minors they were trafficking into this country? About as many nights as she had trouble sleeping over the dead of Benghazi or Kathy Shelton. Or the women her husband sexually assaulted.