Paula Jones: Hillary Won’t Address the Allegations of Bill Clinton’s Victims, Would Destroy Her Political Career

Victims of Bill Clinton's Sexual Abuse Blame Hillary

Perhaps younger women don't know about the long line of accusers who were sexually assaulted and abused by Bill Clinton. Or perhaps they prefer not to know, or to think that it is old news, no longer relevant. But it is curious that they would also dismiss the fact that Hillary was a co-conspirator and an enabler who covered for Bill, and who made it clear to the victims that they would pay a price if they disclosed his actions. Several victims are speaking out, but it is uncertain if it will make any difference in how the female voters react to Hillary's campaign for president.

Paula Jones, one of Bills victims, recently gave an interview to Breitbart senior investigative reporter Aaron Klein and made several startling comments.

Klein asked Jones whether she believes female voters should be concerned about the allegations that Hillary was complicit in covering up her husband’s ill treatment of women, including Jones herself.

Jones responded, addressing female voters:

Think about if you were in my shoes and this happened to you. And the governor or whoever it was had a wife and then they’re running for public office but all that time when that was going on, the scandal and all of these women that were coming out and all of the stuff that my lawyers, investigators had dug up with other women that said the same thing. Plus, him actually doing it in the White House while he was the sitting president with Monica Lewinsky.

Why would Hillary not want to say, ‘I’m going to get to the bottom of this and these women deserve to be heard. And I’m gonna listen to every one of these women. And I’m gonna make a decision after I hear everything that they have to say. And at that point in time I will make a decision.’

But she never has come to any of these women to see if her husband did what he did to them. And you know she don’t want to. Because she knows it’s true. But why wouldn’t she do that? If she was a woman who’s as out there, oh, to support all women and all women have a right to be heard. And she has the nerve to run for the presidency of the United States and run for all women and to be for all women.

What about us woman that her husband has abused in some way or another. She has not tried at all to go and get to the bottom of it and just see, heck, we may all be lying. You know what I’m saying? She don’t want to go see if we are even lying. She don’t even give an opportunity to talk to us women to see. Because if she did she knows the truth would come out and it would destroy her political career.

On May 8, 1991, when Bill Clinton was Governor of Arkansas and Jones was a state employee, she was escorted to a hotel room where Clinton was waiting for her. After a brief visit, he dropped his pants and exposed his penis to Jones and asked her to kiss it. After a brief struggle, Jones was able to escape from the room. In 1998, Jones won an out of court settlement of $700,000 against Clinton for sexual harassment.

Jones slammed Hillary as “such a liar. And she’s so two faced. I never once was contacted by her. Not one time [did she] apologize about what her husband did to me.”

Those remarks prompted Klein to ask specifically whether Jones thinks Hillary owes her an apology. Jones replied that “she needs to do a public apology or something or other (for) all the women who have come out and said publicly what her husband did to them. Yes, she does. I believe she does.”

Klein asked Jones to respond to a recent Clinton campaign ad in which Hillary insisted all women must be sided with if they accuse men of sexual assault.

“You have the right to be heard,” Clinton said in the video, which she addressed to “every survivor of sexual assault,” adding, “You have the right to be believed. We’re with you.”

A furious Jones said Clinton “needs to support all of us, and she needs to believe all of us, if she says she believes women that claim sexual harassment have a right to be heard. You know I wasn’t. I didn’t have a right to be heard, obviously. I had to be scrutinized in the media, and I knew that I had God on my side. He knew what happened in the room. Bill Clinton knew what happened, and he was never going to admit to it. The state trooper. He knew just a little bit of what happened.  That was outside the door, you know.”

If Paula Jones were the only accuser, it might be possible to dismiss her claims, but in fact there is a long line of women who have indicated that Bill Clinton was a predator and a sexual abuser who used his office and his power to access women and take sexual advantage of them. Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Wiley, and of course, Monica Lewinski are just a few of the better known victims of Bill, but the bigger issue now is how Hillary protected and enabled him, knowing full well of his crimes while doing everything possible to allow him to escape punishment and to retain power. Ms. Jones continued:

“It’s really a sad, sad day if Hillary becomes president, because she has allowed her husband to get by with this type of stuff. Why does he have a right to be back in the White House, the people’s house? Why is he allowed to be back there with the track record that he has and his wife and the lying that she does and how she tried to discredit all of these women that her husband abused and sexually harassed?”

In November, Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who famously accused Bill Clinton of rape and spoke out against Hillary’s candidacy, was a guest on Klein’s show.

“I think she has always known everything about him,” said Broaddrick. “I think they have this evil pact between the two of them that they each know what the other does, and [they] overlook it. And go right on. And cover one for the other,” she said.

Kathleen Willey was a Democratic activist who, along with her husband, Ed, founded Virginians for Clinton, which supported Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 White House bid.

Willey became a White House volunteer during Clinton’s first term. She says she was facing a tough financial situation, so she personally approached Bill about the possibility of a paid position. Instead of offering to help her, Willey says she became the victim of “nothing short of serious sexual harassment.”

Since Hillary’s campaign announcement in April, Willey has repeatedly appeared on Klein’s show to speak out against the Democratic front-runner.

“This woman wrote the book on terrorizing women, on terrorism,” Willey exclaimed in one of those interviews.

So we must ask, is it worth excusing Clinton for enabling rape and sexual assault of countless women simply to say that we have a woman as president of the United States? It seems that many voters would say yes. The evidence is quite clear that Hillary is driven by boundless ambition and hunger for power, and it is so strong it would even cause her to overlook her husbands abusive sexual attacks on women and even to support him and protect him from justice, just so that she could retain the position of first lady, and now to ascend to the White House.

It is incredible that the movement for equal rights by women in this nation could make such progress and then turn a blind eye to someone like Hillary who spits in the face of all women with her actions, and particularly in the faces of the victims of Bill and Hillary Clinton.




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