The Starr Report was...a nauseatingly prurient fishing expedition, that uncovered nothing but a wholly consensual 20-month affair between a married man and an unmarried adult woman.
A consensual 20-month affair that included a grand total of 9 sexual encounters, and to which the ostensible crime was Clinton’s lying under oath about his sex life, which would not “rank in the top 100 deplorable acts of Donald Trump when he was president.” And Starr clearly thought cheating on your wife was fine when he did it.
It turned out that Clinton’s actual main sin for Starr was his inability to control the edge blocker in the Cover-2. While at Baylor, Starr turned the school into a rapist’s paradise, so long as the offender in question could run a 4.4 40. Eventually forced to resign as the degree of violent criminality he had fostered became undeniable, Starr whined about how unfair it all was to focus on a few “episodes” on his way out the door. He just felt really violated, you know?
His other post-Starr Report activities included defending Jeffrey Epstein, supporting a teacher who molested five students after word of these crimes came out (the Court ignored Starr’s recommendation to release the rapist pedophile and instead sentenced him to 43 years), and supporting Prop 8.
If this entity had any good qualities, he kept them well hidden. He was 76.