From the Conservative Tribune
Kathleen Willey, one of the many women who accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault, told interviewers she expects a “scandal a day” during Hillary Clinton’s presidential run, adding that the former first lady had done nothing to deserve the post.
She also said that Clinton’s announcement, in which the woman who led the attack against “bimbo eruptions” claimed to be a champion for women’s rights and the lower class, was “a joke.”
“What has she done, what has she accomplished to run for president, to become the president of the United States?” Willey said.
“I can’t find, for the life of me, one thing. And if I could find one thing, I would acknowledge that fact. But I haven’t seen one single accomplishment that would give her the credentials to be president of the United States.”
She also warned other women that the former secretary of state was not a candidate for women’s rights.
In terms of rehashing the Clinton scandals, Willey said that Benghazi and the email server scandal was only the latest instance of a long career of shame for the former first lady.
“She took it upon herself to erase all of her emails so that none of us can see what happened in Benghazi,” Willey said.
“Their mere presence on the stage is going to guarantee the fact that we’re going to hear one of those scandals every single day that she’s running for the nomination. And then if she wins we’re going to hear about Travelgate and Vince Foster and Monica Lewinsky and me and all of the trouble they got themselves into in Arkansas.
“The thing that boggles my mind is that doesn’t seem to bother her,” she continued.
“If she would really look at that, is that really good for the country? Nothing embarrasses these people. It’s like a scandal a week with these people.” (H/T WND)
I’d disagree with Willey there. On a good week, it’s at least two or three.
Willey, a former Democratic Party activist, alleged in 1998 that President Clinton had groped her in the Oval Office five years earlier.
Willey has been subjected to a long campaign of harassment and character assassination ever since, although the former White House aide has stuck with and continued to publicly state her story.
It’s a great irony that the first woman to have a reasonable shot at becoming president has gotten there merely by championing the public shaming of women simply unlucky enough to be hit on, if not sexually assaulted, by her own husband.
With all of the hero-worship coming out of the media in the wake of Hillary’s announcement, it’s funny that there was little to no mention of the women whose life she’s played an active part in ruining.
Give it time, though. No matter how complicit the media wants to be, the truth seldom stays buried for long, especially when the Clintons are involved.