Social justice warriors walk a tightrope of double standards where someone can be both a rapist and a feminist, as long as their name is Bill Clinton.

In a blog post on the feminist website Wonkette, writer Rebecca Schoenkopf breaks down her opinion of Juanita Broaddrick, Bill, Hillary, and rape.

Schoenkopf discusses Buzzfeed's interview with Broaddrick, where she relives her experience of being raped by Bill, silenced by Hillary, and haunted for four decades knowing that the man who assaulted her is one of the most celebrated and respected men in America.

The Wonkette writer said she could totally see Bill raping Broaddrick back in the 1980's because a lot of men back then raped women before feminists told them to stop doing that.

"I can see YOUR NICE GRANDPA doing that, back then," Schoenkopf wrote to add the effect that men back then raped women, it was as popular as Elvis.

The writer went to great lengths to defend Bill, even coming at odds with Broaddrick's 13-year-old grandson who called the former president and anyone who commits a rape "evil."

"I don’t think this is true," the Wonkette writer explained. "I think you can do something horrible, realize later that it is horrible, be ashamed forever and try to keep it secret and never do it again. (Especially if you’re, say, a teenager whose impulse control is still years away from being properly developed.)"

While it's true that someone can be apologetic for committing a heinous act in their youth, that wasn't the case for Bill Clinton. The former president has committed acts against women his entire life.

Bill allegedly sexually assaulted Eileen Wellstone when he was 23, molested a Yale student at the age of 26, a University of Arkansas student at 28, assaulted a female lawyer in Little Rock when he was 31, raped Juanita Broaddrick at 32, molested Carolyn Moffet when he was 33, had a rape allegation from Elizabeth Ward at 36, sexually harassed Paula Jones and Sandra Allen James when he was in his early 40s, he molested airline stewardess Christy Zercher at 46, and while he was president he allegedly assaulted Kathleen Willey.

It's okay though, despite all the claims of harassment, molestation, assault, and rape, Bill is a former Democratic president, so all can be forgiven.

"I think Bill Clinton could very well have raped Juanita Broaddrick; that doesn’t make him an evil man, or irredeemable (I’m Catholic; we’re all forgiven, if we’re sorry, and Broaddrick says Bill Clinton personally called her up to apologize)," Schoenkopf wrote. "It doesn’t even necessarily make him a bad feminist — you know, later, once he stops doing that."

Feminist logic is kind of like the old show Who's Line is it Anyway? Everything is made up and the facts don't matter.