Says Mrs. Clinton ‘as low as a person can get,’ Bill ‘has a mental disease’
JEROME R. CORSI
NEW YORK – Kathleen Willey, one of many women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault, says she plans to appear at Hillary Clinton campaign events, should she win the Democratic Party nomination, to call for the candidate’s indictment as a criminal accomplice to her husband in his alleged attacks on women.
“Hillary Clinton will have to have me shot to stop me,” Willey told WND.
“I’m determined to tell the truth about the Clintons as sexual predators, and I’m not in fear of losing my life,” said Willey, whose book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton” recounts what she describes as mob-style threats by Clinton operatives to remain silent.
Willey and her supporters have filed with the Federal Election Committee the Rape Account Project for Education PAC, commonly referred to as “Rape PAC,” with a project called “Women versus Hillary.”
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Willey told WND the PAC funds the formation of a “truth squad” to confront Hillary Clinton at campaign events.
According to FEC records, the PAC has not begun fundraising activities.
The objective is to expose both Bill and Hillary Clinton as serial sexual predators.
“Hillary should be criminally prosecuted as an accomplice to Bill Clinton’s sexual crimes, because she is the one who masterminds and engineers the cover-up by hiring private investigators to threaten and victimize the women who her husband sexually abused,” Willey explained.
She told WND she is in discussions with several other women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual abuse and Hillary Clinton of attacking the victims to cover up his crimes.
“While I expect I will be joined by several of the other women well known as Clinton sexual abuse victims, current plans are to activate the truth squad should Hillary Clinton win the Democratic Party presidential nomination,” Willey said.
Willey also said she was prompted to action when Hillary invited rape victims to come forward and said their stories should be believed.
Last September, in a speech at the University of Northern Iowa, Hillary Clinton sent out “a message” to “all the survivors” of sexual assaults: “Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard, the right to be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.”
‘As low as a person can get’
WND reported in 2007 a private investigator admitted he was hired by Hillary Clinton to investigate Willey and bore responsibility for acts of harassment and intimidation designed to silence her. Willey claimed she was threatened by a “mysterious jogger” just two days before she testified in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case.
“I went over the edge first when that jogger threatened my children, mentioning them by name and where they lived,” she said. “Any mother or grandmother like Hillary who would threaten another woman’s children is as low as a person can get.”
Willey said it’s important that the younger generations know the Clintons’ history.
“We need to get out on the political stump and talk with the millennials and with voters not even born yet when incidents like the Monica Lewinsky sexual scandal were news,” Willey said.
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“Hillary Clinton is not going to be president, once younger voters understand Bill Clinton’s sexual scandals are not just about Bill,” she insisted. “The Clintons need to be exposed for who they really are, and Hillary has been involved attacking and threatening Bill’s sexual victims since before they were married.”
She said Bill Clinton “has a mental disease.”
“He can’t stop being a sexual predator, and his wife will never stop covering-up for him,” she said. “For Hillary, it’s all about power. Hillary feels she has to protect Bill because Hillary is right to be afraid she will lose all her political power when the American public finally understands and rejects Bill over his sexual crimes.”
Roger Stone: ‘Only women can defeat Hillary Clinton’
Roger Stone, a confident of former presidents Nixon and Reagan, and author of the 2015 bestselling book “The Clintons’ War on Women,” has been working with Willey to create the anti-Clinton Rape PAC.
“Willey’s goal is to raise sufficient money to allow her and the other female victims of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s sexual abuse not only to dog Hillary during the campaign, but also to go on television with political advertisements explaining to the American public the stories of Clinton’s sexual abuse,” he said.
“Only women can defeat Hillary Clinton,” Stone insisted.
He said male critics who attack Hillary on the sexual-abuse issue are dismissed as misogynists and sexists, “allowing Hillary to play the victim.”
“It makes a huge difference if we hear Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick, and Paula Jones, and dozens of others telling in graphic detail what it’s like to be overpowered, attacked, bitten, groped, and in some cases raped by Bill Clinton,” Stone argued. “Then the American public needs to hear these women explain in equally graphic detail how Hillary bullied them, intimidated them, and terrorized them and their families.”
He said millennial women should be given the information and allowed to decide for themselves.
“When those millennial women hear the graphic details from the abused women themselves, when that happens, Hillary Clinton will lose forever the argument the GOP are the ones waging a war on women,” he said.
‘No more Clinton goons’
Stone recalled that in the 1980s, Bill Clinton used Arkansas State Troopers “to intimidate and suppress his sexual victims.”
“The problem Hillary has is there are no more Clinton goons right now,” he said. “The Clintons don’t control the federal government, and if they use private investigators, they run the risk of those private investigators being exposed during the height of Hillary’s presidential campaign.”
Stone said the ability to get out information on the Internet “changes everything, and the Kathleen Willeys of the world will not be suppressed this time around.”
“If Hillary has a rally, Kathleen will have a rally,” Stone explained. “If the Secret Service gets in the way, we will expose that, too. This confrontation is coming.
“There’s a hundred ways to make the American public aware of the Clintons’ chronic abuse of women and how Hillary has destroyed any woman who has potentially gotten in the way of their lust for power and wealth,” Stone said.
Stone said he personally advised Republican presidential primary front-runner Donald Trump on the issue.
“That’s why several months ago when Hillary accused Trump of sexism, Trump immediately shot back the accusation that Hillary was an enabler who has terrorized these women.”
In December, Trump charged in a tweet that Hillary is an “enabler.”
Trump wrote: “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 just closed down the Clintons’ entire playbook charging the GOP with a ‘war on women,’” Stone argued. “Trump is fearless and he is going to prosecute this issue.”
Stone said it’s noteworthy that Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Marco Rubio all said during the campaign that Bill Clinton’s sexual history was not an issue.
“This is why Hillary and her supporters don’t want to face Donald Trump in the general election,” Stone said. “What moderate GOP candidates like Bush, Christie and Rubio don’t understand is that Hillary is an accessory after the fact in every one of Bill’s sex crimes.”
Stone said Hillary Clinton could be charged and convicted along with her husband “of criminal misconduct in every one of Bill’s rapes because, as we know, Hillary is the one who hired these heavy-handed private investigators that terrorized and abused these women.”
“In some cases, Hillary’s goal was to prevent these women from testifying by answering a subpoena, in other cases just to prevent them from going public,” he said.
“The issue here is not consensual sex or marital infidelity – not adultery or girlfriends or mistresses,” Stone said in conclusion. “The issue here is about rape and sexual assault, as well as the role of both Clintons – Bill who assaults the women physically, and Hillary who assaults them psychologically after the fact.”