Sunday, January 17, 2016
Democrat Presidential Front Runner Hillary Clinton's Role in Intimidating 24 Victims of Sexual Assaults by Hubby Bill Clinton Exposed by Roger Stone 'Ditch and Switch'.
Since returning to the campaign trail as an advocate for Hillary, Bill Clinton has been harried by renewed interest in his past sexual misconduct as well as Hillary’s alleged role in intimidating his victims into silence. Roger Stone, author of the New York Times bestselling "The Clinton’s War On Women", claims that he has personal knowledge of previously unknown victims who are preparing to come forward with accusations against the former president. "I identified 24 women who’ve been assaulted by Bill Clinton," Stone said on The Sean Hannity Show. "Now some of these women are still terrified. Some of them have had IRS audits. Some of them have had their families threatened. But others have come forward."
"Are you saying there's women whose names we don't know that are mentioned in your book or not mentioned in your book that are going to come forward and start telling those stories?" Sean asked. "Yes, I think it’s very probable," Stone responded. "Not all of them because some of them are still terrified, their families have been threatened, their lives have been threatened." "Are we talking about affairs, or are we talking about assaults?" asked Hannity. "We’re talking about assaults," declared Stone. "I don’t want to get out ahead of myself but I think as Broaddrick, and [Kathleen] Willey, and Jones speak out, other women are encouraged who have been assaulted, who have been threatened by Hillary are encouraged by the courage of those three women."
Donald Trump Targets Bill Clinton's ‘Terrible Record of Women Abuse’ During Bill and Hillary's Swinger Days While in the White House. Who's Zoomin' Who Here, ex-President Bill Clinton had sex with an untold number of White House interns while in office like Monica in the photo above while Hillary looked the other way, typical swinger lifestyle. WASHINGTON POST: In his escalating attacks on Hillary Clinton this month, Donald Trump has made one thing clear: He's not afraid to go, well, anywhere. He has attacked Clinton for lacking his level of "strength" and "stamina," while describing her as exhausted and accusing her of sleeping too much. He cracked jokes about her late return from a bathroom break during the last Democratic debate. He has brushed off accusations from Clinton supporters of being sexist in his criticism, instead accusing Clinton of "playing the women's card."
And now Trump is going after Bill Clinton, who plans to soon campaign in Iowa on his wife's behalf. "If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women's card on me, she's wrong!" Trump tweeted on Monday morning. On Christmas Eve the next day, Trump tweeted: "Next year will be an interesting one. I look forward to running against Hillary Clinton, a totally flawed candidate, and beating her soundly."
FOX NEWS: Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson has suggested that the Donald Trump campaign will make an issue of Bill Clinton’s past behavior if his wife continues with the sexist accusations. “Hillary Clinton has some nerve to talk about the war on women and the bigotry toward women when she has a serious problem in her husband,” Pierson said on CNN. And Bill Clinton’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky while president will almost certainly become an attack line for the front-running Donald Trump, whom Hillary Clinton accuses of being sexist.
Ditch Hillary and Switch to Trump....Donald Trump ramped up his Florida operation with Sarasota GOP chairman Joe Gruters and former Rick Scott campaign manager Susie Wiles as Trump’s state co-chairmen. Gruters has opened a Sarasota office for Trump that will serve as the billionaire business mogul’s Florida campaign headquarters at 1517 State Street. Donald J. Trump added four staff members for his operation in Florida as he continues to lead all state polls by wide, double-digit margins. Jennifer R. Locetta will serve as Deputy State Director in Sarasota, Ken Mayo has been named Director of Field Operations, John Ross Pughe is joining as the Southeast Regional Field Director, and Craig Bachler will serve as Director of Coalitions.
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