Bill Clinton 'Rape' T-shirt Was Sold At The Republican National Convention By Ex-Trump Advisor, Roger Stone and Conspiracy Theorist, Alex Jones

Amanda Katherine

Bill Clinton "Rape" T-shirts were sold at the Republican National Convention by Roger Stone and Alex Jones. The dynamic duo of Trump's bitter former adviser and an Infowars' conspiracy theorist unveiled the controversial clothing design at the event held in Cleveland, OH. The gloves are off and there is clearly no holding back.

Also on display are degrading badges like,"KFC Hillary Special: 2 fat thighs 2 small breasts & a left wing" and "Hot chicks for Trump." It seems that sexist attacks against Hillary Clinton have been top sellers this campaign season.

The allegations were denied by Clinton through his lawyer.

Bill Clinton has been accused of other sexual misconduct over the years. No criminal charges have ever been brought, and Clinton has always denied the accusations. There have also been rape and sexual assault allegations made against Trump recently, which he denies, but the false allegations could have been one of the motivators for Stone and Jones to make the Anti-Hilary clothing line.

The pair brought in a decent sized crowd of attention at the RPC.

Watch a clip of Roger Stone and Alex Jone's impromptu gathering on the street outside of the NPC.

Not to worry, Ivanka Trump took the stage and counteracted any potentially-negative impacts by carrying a remarkably different tone, promoting her father's policies and values toward women. The issue of women and gender equality is often an issue associated with Democrats, but Ivanka took the reigns and carried herself with grace and dignity throughout the speech.

Trump's eldest daughter spoke at the National Republican Convention to reach out to women and urge support for them in the workforce. Ivanka knows first-hand the experience of being a woman in the workforce today.

"As president, my father will change the labor laws that were put in place at a time when women were not a significant portion of the workforce.

"And he will focus on making quality child care affordable and accessible for all."

"And he will focus on making quality child care affordable and accessible for all."