As Bill and Hillary Clinton parade about the country as the politicians who “care” new reports from a once-close confidant of Bill’s reveals still more examples of the rumored Hillary temper, arrogance, and hatefulness.
In a new book by former Bill Clinton lover Dolly Kyle, we see a Hillary who routinely calls people vicious names including racial epithets. She even attacked mentally challenged children as “fu**ing retards,” according to the new book.
The author met Bill Clinton when they were in grade school, grew up with and dated him through high school and began sleeping with him after graduation, and so has a long history with the man who became president. But her new book spills the beans, especially about her experiences with Hillary.
According to a report in The Daily Mail, Kyle tells the story of when Hillary got mad at having to host mentally disabled children at the White House Easter Egg Roll.
At one point, Kyle says, Hillary angrily demanded to know when the children were leaving. In her book, Kyle writes, “The frustrated Me-First Lady demanded, ‘When are they going to get those f*****g ree-tards out of here?'”
Hillary also was reportedly no fan of civil rights activist Jesse Jackson. Kyle wrote that she called him “That G**damned n****r.” Hillary said similar things about other prominent African-Americans, Kyle says.
Then there was the case of one of the first African-American state lawmakers elected to Little Rock, Ben McGee, who Bill was desperate to get rid of so he could replace the black man with a white man who would be under Bill’s control.
The book also details the many policies Bill Clinton put in place when he was governor of Arkansas that created a climate with the state’s police forces where blacks and Hispanics were guilty until proven innocent.
“For no good reason, Bill and Hillary decided to profile Hispanics as drug dealers,” Kyle writes as she outlines Clinton’s program of racial profiling that put blacks and Hispanics in the crosshairs of police.
Bill’s anti-minority policies were so bad his racial profiling program was knocked down by the courts as unconstitutional, Kyle points out.
The book also details Bill’s repeated policies of racial animus against Arkansas blacks and Hispanics and a shameful episode where he sold tainted blood to Canadian hospitals that infected thousands of Canadians with HIV due to the blood coming from Arkansas inmates. The blood was reportedly sold by sources close to the Clintons.
‘Steve was one of over two thousand Canadians infected with HIV, the AIDS virus,’ Dolly claims. The source was traced to bad blood collected from inmates in Arkansas’ prisons.
Inmates were paid $7 a pint for their blood and ‘Billy’s cronies then sold the prisoners’ blood to some blood brokers for $50 per pint’.
When it was discovered that the blood was tainted, prisons instituted a ‘screening process’ which was merely a ‘screening clerk’ who was selling ‘the right to bleed’ to prisoners.
Infected prisoners continued to sell their blood as long as they bribed the screening clerk. Instead of the $7 fee, some received drugs.
Arkansas prisons were banned from selling blood when government officials learned that the bad blood was coming from the state.
Getting around that ban, dummy corporations were set up in other states to purchase the bad blood and then resell it.
All of that infected blood went to Canada, where between 8,000 and 10,000 people died.
In the end, Kyle has very little nice to say about Hillary including her doubts of Hillary’s innocence over the death of Vince Foster.
If Kyle’s book is to be believed, both Bill and Hillary are loathsome people. Shockingly, one already was president and the second is poised to become president.
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