WATCH: Anthony Bourdain Rips ‘Rapey’ Bill Clinton in Previously Unreleased Interview

Anthony Bourdain was known and adored for his uncut opinions he delivered. During a previously unpublished interview with Popula, the late Parts Unknown creator discussed a broad range of topics including politics, travel and the #MeToo movement.

When asked about former President Bill Clinton, Bourdain did not pull any punches. “A piece of s**t. Entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby, disgusting, and the way that he—and [Hillary Clinton]—destroyed these women and the way that everyone went along, and, and are blind to this!”

He also described Clinton’s actions as unacceptable, but did add that he should not have been thrown out of office.

“I would look at this way. I would never under any circumstances vote for Bill Clinton today. But I think impeaching the guy over Lewinsky was ridiculous. Particularly given today,” Bourdain said. “It was the shaming, discrediting, undermining the women that made both of them unsuitable for any future endeavours. I don’t think they should’ve pulled him from office.”

Bourdain also touched on Harvey Weinstein and all of his allegations. He pointed out that no matter how many people wish Weinstein was dead or in jail, he’s in Arizona living life.

Bourdain drew up his ideal situation for Weinstein’s death.

“And he dies that way, knowing that no one will help him and that he is not looking his finest at time of death,” he said.

Anthony Boudied died of suicide at age 61 in June.

Alex Jones of Infowars had his own take as to how Anthony Bourdain really died.

Watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAR0O8QXgkA

As usual, take anything Alex Jones says with a grain of salt, but he makes some very interesting points.

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