Bill Clinton: ‘I did not have sex with that woman’
John R. Houk
© March 24, 2014
Do you know who Kathleen Willey is? She is a Slick Willie Clinton victim that at first tried to help Hillary and Slick to cover-up the sex predator predilections.
The story she told was chilling. She had met Clinton over the years at political events and would get invited to come see him at the White House when she was in Washington on business. Clinton's attention was "pretty flattering. . . . He's very charming." One day, about a year and a half before, she had gone by to see him and he had taken her into the hideaway office -- the same one described in my article. They chatted. Clinton started getting physical, trying to kiss her, touching her breasts. The woman said she was stunned. She had no idea how to respond. "I've never had a man take advantage of me like that," she said. "I haven't felt that way since high school."
As Clinton pressed himself on her, she said, she resisted -- and finally pushed him away. What happened after that? I asked. Clinton turned away, she said. She hesitated, and she said softly and with apparent discomfort. "I think he finished the job himself." The image lingered. The woman left the White House, humiliated and repulsed. Clinton acted as if nothing had happened. The woman told on one except her sister. Then Clinton started calling her at work. There would be a flurry of calls at strategic times -- usually when there were developments in the Jones case. He called many times in January, around the time of his inauguration -- just as the Jones case was being argued in the Supreme Court. The calls were embarrassing; she worried that her colleagues would start to wonder about them. There didn't seem to be any point to Clinton's calls. He just wanted to chart, to see how she was doing. (READ ENTIRETY - In the Aftermath of the Kathleen Willey Story: from Michael Isikoff's Uncovering Clinton, pp. 161-163; Weekly Standard – The Blog; 4/5/1999)
You should also read: The Kathleen Willey Interview (11/4/07) and Woman Sexually Harassed by Clinton says: “Hillary is the War on Women.” (2/17/14).
Hillary Clinton seems to be the Dem Party favorite to win the nomination for the Office of POTUS in the 2016 election cycle. Understandably Kathleen Willey has become outspoken in publicizing Hillary as nearly a bad a monster as Slick Willie for helping to cover-up sex predator escapades. I don’t know if she is a dedicated columnist but I found an article written by her posted on WorldNetDaily excoriating Hillary Clinton’s veracity pertaining to the Benghazigate Scandal.
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Exclusive: Kathleen Willey suggests Hillary 'consider retreating from public life'
March 23, 2014
Indeed, Madam Secretary, Madam Senator, former first lady and FLOA, it makes a very big difference.
The last time we saw Hillary Clinton as our secretary of state, she was testifying before a congressional committee about Benghazi. During that meeting on Jan. 22, 2013, we heard her shriek, “What difference does it make?”
Earlier, right before one of the presidential debates, on Oct. 15, 2012, Hillary stated during a series of interviews that she, as secretary of state, was responsible for the security of the embassy staff. “The buck stops here.”
I remember being so surprised when I heard it, but I was immediately suspicious.
Nothing – absolutely nothing – is happenstance in the Clintons’ world. Everything they do or say is weighed, measured, practiced and tested. Taking responsibility for anything is rare for them, so I waited for follow-up, the next step. Of course, there was none. It was only a symbolic gesture as the head of her department. Saying it is easy. Doing something about it is a whole different matter. To make it stick, problems needed to be identified and corrected.
Did Hillary do any of that? Did she find the security lapses and beef up what should have been beefed up in the first place? Did she interview any of the staff? How about the members of their security force? Did she ask for and receive follow-up reports from witnesses who were in the embassy compound that night?
What difference does it make? It certainly makes a difference to the families and friends of the four men who died that night. When their bodies came home to Andrew Air Force Base, there was a grand display of solidarity and support for the families of the fallen, with Obama and Hillary leading the delegation of government and military officials. Looking oh-so distraught and sympathetic as she met with the families, she continued to blame the entire uprising on “that anti-Muslim video,” and she looked into the eyes of those families and vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice. Some may say that kind of follow-up should be in the hands of the “proper” authorities, not “hands on” by the secretary of state. Maybe. She made a promise. As a mother herself, she looked into the eyes of those mothers and promised results. So far, she’s done nothing but send up trial balloons about running for president. There are no committees, no valid reports, no interviews, nothing. Her word means nothing.
One has to wonder why the Benghazi attack happened at all. All of our embassies throughout the world are considered to be on American soil, and they are treated as such. They might as well be a government agency on Pennsylvania Avenue. Most of the people on staff are American citizens, and their safety is the responsibility of the State Department. In these troubled times and in the midst of terrorist threats, safety and security take priority.
Is there one amongst us who will never forget certain dates and events that helped shape our country? The assassinations of JFK, RFK and Martin Luther King. Oklahoma City. The Boston Marathon. We suffered our worst terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001. Most of the players are government employees working in government agencies. They should be a lot more attuned to these very significant anniversaries than most. It boggles the mind that no one, from the secretary of state to even a single janitor, did not take note of the fact that the anniversary of the worst act of terrorism on American soil was fast approaching, and it might have been prudent to remind everyone in the complex of that.
We may never know what really happened in Benghazi, but we owe it to the victims’ families and our country to find the truth. Mrs. Clinton does know what happened and, so far, she has been able to avoid telling it. If it is revealed that she played a major part in the demise of our four patriots, as we suspect she did, she might want to consider retreating from public life once and for all and, together with her husband, play the role of senior stateswoman.
We have all become weary of the Clintons and their dysfunctional family drama. We deserve better.
Clinton Victim Kathleen Willey and her Hillary Benghazigate Report
John R. Houk
© March 24, 2014
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WND about Willey
In 1992, then-Democratic activist Kathleen Willey helped send Bill and Hillary Clinton to the White House. While serving as a volunteer in the White House, Willey met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position. Instead of offering assistance, she said he sexually assaulted her. Willey tells the shocking story in her book, "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton."
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