Located: 'The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy'
From Taranto's Best of the Web concerning the behaviors of some ancestors of Mitt Romney:
[...]"If the marital lives of a presidential candidate's great- and great-great-grandparents are a legitimate topic of journalistic inquiry, what about the marital lives of presidential candidates themselves? We have in mind a particular candidate, who, without naming any names, is now the junior senator from New York and the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Nine years ago we learned that the future senator's husband, who then held a high position in the federal government, was carrying on an extramarital sexual affair with an employee who was only a few years older than the age of consent. This came to light when the husband lied under oath about it in a lawsuit in which another woman alleged that he had made unwanted sexual advances toward her. Several other women also claimed that the husband either had affairs with or forced his affections upon them. The husband was not indicted for perjury, but he was impeached, though not convicted.
The senator-to-be did not divorce her husband; indeed, in her public statements at least, she not only stood by her man but made him out to be the victim of what she called "the vast right-wing conspiracy."" [...] (emphasis mine)
Using the above information with the extensive research done by the staff in my hidden basement laboratory, I have been able to specifically identify what has heretofore been the spectral 'vast right-wing conspiracy':
We located the 'vast right-wing conspiracy' on the campus of Appalachian State University in North Carolina where you can actually see a feminist from the Women's Center walking around in a six-foot vagina costume.
One can now easily see how even men of high integrity, such as Bill Clinton, could fall victim to such conspiratorial wiles.