Flashback: "Did the Clintons Try to Whack a Cat"

Flashback: “Did the Clintons Try to Whack a Cat”

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Flashback: “Did the Clintons Try to Whack a Cat”
Mother Jones ^ | Jan 15, 2008 | Stephanie Mencimer

Posted on 11/14/2017 9:33:35 AM PST by edwinland

“Hillary dips briefly into some of the old Clinton scandals, including Bill’s well-documented skirt chasing. An alleged victim of the former president’s sexual advances, Kathleen Willey, appears in the film a decade after her moment on the national stage. Willey shows extensive signs of plastic surgery and paranoia and reprises some of the material from her recent book, Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton. In a taut-lipped interview, she suggests that after her name surfaced in the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill Clinton, the Clintons arranged to have her kitty assassinated. Willey, who attended last night’s screening, says she got an anonymous phone call taunting her about her missing cat and later discovered a cat skull on her porch. She says a private investigator tipped her off that the White House was having her investigated. (The investigator, a pockmarked Jared Stern, also appears in the film like some sort of Deep Throat, interviewed in a parking garage.)”

TOPICS: Crime/Corruption

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Forget about the cat. Note the intro to the paragraph. In January of 2008, Bill Clinton rubbing his penis on a white house aide in March of 1998 (less than ten years before) is already an “old scandal” involving “Bill’s well-documented skirt chasing.”

This from the icon of left publications Mother Jones.

1 posted on 11/14/2017 9:33:35 AM PST by edwinland

To: edwinland

Anyone remember the whack a bimbo game?

2 posted on 11/14/2017 9:35:35 AM PST by DannyTN

To: DannyTN

Ted Kennedy does

3 posted on 11/14/2017 9:37:52 AM PST by Vaduz (women and children to be impacted the most.)

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