Bill Clinton sex-accuser launches anti-Hillary website; seeks fellow Slick Willy victims

bill-hillAs we approach the 2016 presidential election silly season, the circus widely expected to accompany a Hillary Clinton run has finally arrived in town.

And in the center ring, ladies and gentleman, is a new website seeking victims of sexual assault at the hands of Hillary’s partner in crime — former President Bill Clinton.

The anti-Hillary website was announced Sunday in a radio interview by Kathleen Willey — who claims Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in the private study of the Oval office in 1993 — according to World Net Daily.

Titled “A Scandal A Day,” the website seeks out other possible victims of the former president.

“I think it’s time for people to start coming forward,” she said. “I know I’m not the only one.”

Willey called Hillary Clinton “without a doubt the most corrupt politician that this nation has ever seen,” and suggested the endeavor will require little effort.

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“The Clintons have made it extremely easy for me,” she said. “I don’t have to do a lot of research, because it’s not just a scandal a day. It’s about two or three scandals a day.

“So what I’m doing is kind of a compilation of these scandals and explaining them in simple terms so most people can understand what’s going on, and what they’re up to and why they are lying every day.”

Willey said she was motivated by the sexual scandal involving comedian Bill Cosby, who has been accused of drugging and raping dozens of women over the years.

“In light of what’s happened with Bill Cosby, I thought I’m going to add to that: ‘If you or any one you know has been harassed, sexually harassed, assaulted or intimidated by Bill Clinton, please send your name and email address and you can be assured that your anonymity will be ensured and it will be honored and you will be safe and we will make sure that you are safe,'” she said.

Tom Tillison

Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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