Details Of Repeated Bill Clinton Sexual Assaults

Leslie Millwee ‏was raped by Bill Clinton multiple times in 1980. Senators Schumer and Feinstein refused to listen to her, after they asked all women to come forward. She remembers every detail and has corroborating witnesses.

Bill Clinton was later impeached for his sexual deviancy, before Democrats made him their keynote speaker in 2016 and nominated his enabler wife for president.

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34 Responses to Details Of Repeated Bill Clinton Sexual Assaults

  1. arn says:

    Juaniti Broadrick got Weinsteined in 1979
    by Bill Clinton
    and released a book this year titled “You’d better put some ice on that”(that’s what Bill told her after the rape to stop her lips from bleeding)

  2. Josh says:

    #Stand for justice
    #Stand for Kavanaugh
    #Stand for the raped NOT liars

    • Squidly says:

      So well said Josh.

      Most people don’t seem to understand how all of this adversely affects real victims of such crimes. Just ask my wife about that. And she is absolutely LIVID over the whole Kavanaugh hit job.

  3. Frank K. says:

    Here is my take on the Judge Kavanaugh mess.

    EVERYONE has been put on notice by the left wing in our country. ANYTHING you ever did in high school, from writing fart jokes in your yearbook to drinking beer or playing spin the bottle, will be used against you. If you don’t submit to the left’s political demands, you will be chased out of restaurants by crazed protesters, you and your family will be doxxed and receive anonymous death threats (or worse), you will excoriated on social media and the mainstream media, and people will be recruited to make incredible accusations against you without any proof, with calls for FBI investigations as the only way to prove your innocence.

    Don’t think for a moment that this kind of horrific display of total personal destruction will be unique to Judge Kavanaugh. There are politicians today who want to put people in jail for “denying climate change”…

    • Squidly says:

      A very accurate observation, and absolutely true.

    • arn says:

      What do you think the massive PRISM spying is all about?

      They want everyone to be blackmailable to controle them
      and to keep those that can not be blackmailed out by charackterassissaniton etc –
      that’s why Trump was not a racist for 4 decades and Kavanaugh not a mass rapist in the past 35 years.
      But then they decided to run for the wrong jobs.

    • mcraig says:

      And on top of all that, these are the people that call the other side “divisive”.

      • pinroot says:

        well, the left always accuses you of whatever it is that they’re doing. so if they accuse you of being divisive, you know they’re the ones being divisive.

  4. Mac says:

    I can’t believe the sympathetic way everyone is talking about poor Christine Blasey Ford. She’s a liar and a nutjob, which is evident by that little girl lispy voice she speaks in. Even if it happened — and it didn’t — are we really supposed to believe that something this minor and ridiculous that happened when you were 15 ruined your life? Ford had a history of drinking and carousing in high school. She’s a complete liar, and I think her entire story is garbage. She’s nothing but a hired gun. The Democrats in this country are completely out of control, and I think we’re headed for really dark times. The state of this country is kind of like it was around 1859 or so. We’re on the cusp of civil war, and Democrats are starting it, once again. They’re not going to stop until they burn this country to the ground. I’m actually thinking of moving to another state where I can get away from them, and defend myself and my family.

    • gregole says:

      Mac,
      It’s good to hear from another person that see’s through this woman’s lies. Pure fabrication. I am astounded anyone would believe such an outrageous liar. Go back in history and think Salem witch trials. Just make stuff up; make outrageous accusations; no evidence, no witnesses coming forward, Kavanaugh should sue her for slander. Amazing she testified to congress. Disgusting. And I too think she is on the take. There’s big, big money in it. Hard to believe she isn’t lining her pockets.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        True, but we don’t have to go all the way back to Salem. The Kellers were accused in 1991 by 3-year-old girl with behavioral problems and two other toddlers. They spent 21 years in prison.

        The Keller case made national news after three children accused them in 1991 of leading ghastly satanic rituals*) that supposedly included desecrated graves, videotaped orgies, dismembered babies and tortured pets. No evidence of such activities was discovered at their in-home day care facility, and the case against them collapsed about two decades later when the only physical evidence of abuse was acknowledged as a mistake by the examining physician.

        https://www.statesman.com/news/20170824/dan-fran-keller-to-get-34-million-in-satanic-day-care-case

        *) serving blood-laced Kool Aid; wearing white robes; cutting the heart out of a baby; flying children to Mexico to be raped by soldiers; using Satan’s arm as a paintbrush; burying children alive with animals; throwing them in a swimming pool with sharks; shooting them; and resurrecting them after they had been shot

        • Gator says:

          This case is what immediately came to mind when I heard Ford had gone through regression therapy to “recover” her memory.

          I have seen enough people “misremember” events that didn’t happen in my own life to know that one cannot count on individual recollections. Ford likely believes what she is saying, or is at least getting there with enough encouragement from the right people.

    • David says:

      I think if she took the thing to the prosecutors in 1982, nobody would have been prosecuted. They would have told her not to go to parties without a group of friends and not to go to a party where you are the only girl or one of two girls (not sure which version is correct). I doubt any one back in the day would have considered her account to represent attempted rape. It would have been considered groping and she would have been blamed for putting herself at risk and blamed for drinking. So Trump is wrong to suggest that she should have reported it. But lets look at the other part of the story. She claims that the incident gave her PTSD. This is ridiculous. My guess is that most women have had these types of unwanted advances and 99% have survived without psychological damages. To compare receiving unwanted advances with the girls in Rotterham who were raped repeatedly over multiple years or the boys suffering abuse from Sandusky is absurd. And to compare her experiences with soldiers who have had to deal with the possibility of death for months at a time and suffer actual PTSD is ridiculous. I view his actions (if he committed them) as bad behavior from a teenage boy. I do not think we should be judging someone based on teenage behavior.

      • Gator says:

        I was groped by girls in high school and college. Kids at that age are exploring many new things, and this is why we do not place them in the same category as adults when they stray too far. If Ford was traumatized by some clumsy drunk boy’s loose hands, how did she ever survive child birth?

  5. Bob Hoye says:

    History is recording another popular uprising. These have been provoked by the governing classes living well and promising well. Ordinary folk become hard-pressed and throw the predators out of office.
    In the mid 1970s, Barbara Bell published some papers on a climate change that reduced the Nile floods. The key was that the palace guards were not of the governing classes but of the people. When push came to shove, they laid down their spears and the people took over government from the priesthood and the grain was distributed by markets. It happened a number of times.
    Having read Bell’s papers, I was watching for something similar in Eastern Europe. In 1989, East German border guards laid down the AK-47s and folks went cross-border shopping. Honnecker, the East German dictator, had to change the laws requiring him to murder Germans for going from one part of Germany to another.
    That was the last successful popular uprising.
    I’ve called the current one the “American Spring”.
    The disgusting display at this hearing by the Deep State, its official party and media could be a significant turning point towards another Great Reformation.
    Very exciting times.
    I’m an optimist.

  6. Bob Ritson says:

    The democratic party is turning into the party of Misandry – they only support those things which feel “right” to them anymore – not what is good for the country and it’s citizens – its a sad commentary on the party I supported in the early 60’s only to see it taken over by radicals and socialist idealists.

  7. Spiritus Mundi says:

    Whatever happened to the two guys who claimed they were the ones that victimized Ford?

  8. garyh845 says:

    Tony – thank you so much for posting that audio clip of Leslie Millwee. She went public in Oct of 2016 – just prior to the 2016 election. Breitbart interview. The Hill and Politico picked it up, on line, with actual an actual news story. Best I ever determined, the national mainstream media, never ever offered up any actual news coverage – nor discussion – of her claims (not even Fox News).

    Her’s the politico piece: https://www.politico.com/blogs/on-media/2016/10/former-tv-reporter-accuses-bill-clinton-of-sexual-assault-229987

    FTR – Millwee was an Arkansas local news reporter who interviewed Clinton a number of times.

  9. frederik wisse says:

    Please look at the world from Bills perspective . Studying law he became aware that the law is full of holes that could be filled one way or another . Before that he experienced the sexual revolution and after maturity he revolutionized sex and legal malpractice .
    He owes the world a statue the brussels way .

  10. Pops says:

    Bubba was impeached for lying under oath. But there’s an unquestionable double standard in play with regard to criminal sexual misbehavior. I remember the Democratic Senators and Representatives lined up to express their undying support to Bill Clinton after his impeachment. At that point, the American people should have taken names and removed the whole crew from office at the next election of each of those embarrassing examples of humanity. But they didn’t, so I no longer pay much attention to strident demands for all sexual assault accusers to be believed. I tend to believe only those who are believable, and part of being believable is having corroborating evidence.

    My take on Ford: I think that she, as an activist Democrat and perhaps a leftist, thought she could anonymously throw Kavanaugh under the bus by simply writing a letter. She did not expect to be weaponized – and therefore thrown under the bus herself – by Feinstein. Now she’s in the awkward position of having to double down. But hey, at least there’s the GoFundMe account to reimburse her for her trouble. I’ll be interested to see if she takes the money.

    • Rah says:

      Why would Democrat voters remove the anyone for anything after voting for Fat head Ted Kennedy after he left a woman to die?

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        I’ve heard progressive women say that it was too unfortunate MaryJo Kopechne died.

        In Memoriam: NOW Mourns Loss of Women’s Rights Champion Senator Ted Kennedy
        08.26.2009
        The National Organization for Women is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Senator Edward Kennedy, the revered Democrat from Massachusetts. A dedicated public servant, Ted Kennedy was a champion of civil rights, women’s equality, voting rights, economic justice, disability rights, reproductive freedom and so much more.

        And then there is feminist icon Anita Hill.

        “Meet the Press” host Tim Russert asked Hill about an opinion piece addressing the allegations written by Gloria Steinem, which appeared in The New York Times the day of the broadcast. The piece argues that Clinton is not expendable given his work advancing feminist positions, and that he abided by a consent-based sex ethic.

        Hill responded favorably to the piece.

        “I think Ms. Steinem also says that we have to look at the totality of the presidency and how has he been on women’s issues generally,” Hill explained. “Is he our best bet, not withstanding some behavior that we might dislike? And I don’t think that most women have come to the point where we have said, ‘Well, this is so bad that even if he is better on the bigger issues, we can’t have him as president.’”

        It’s Progressive swine all the way down.

  11. gallopingcamel says:

    I can’t remember being as angry at the 1991 attempted Borking of Clarence Thomas.

    One would have thought that GOP senators would have figured out what is going on. For the last week I have “Fast Forwarded” over all the Fox News shows (Lou Dobbs, Tucker Carlson, Hannity and Laura Ingraham) which featured the Kavanaugh hearings which meant at least 75%.

    If the Senate won’t confirm Kavanaugh I won’t get out of bed on election day. What has this country become when people like Flynn and Kavanaugh can be destroyed by a perverted “Justice” system and the people who do it face no consequences?

    Time to march on Washington and camp out there until the swamp dwellers leave.

    • neal s says:

      Please explain how refusing to vote will accomplish anything that will help PDJT to MAGA. Won’t such a petulant response be exactly what the leftists and demonrats are hoping for? To me, refusing to vote, is like cutting off your own nose to spite your face.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Surely you don’t think that would change things. A few years ago, except for making the news cycle, marching on Washington, pitching tents, defecating on the ground and littering up every place they went, the Occupy protestors accomplished nothing. I’m not willing to try what has already failed.

      Watching that was frustrating to me, also. And I’ll be in the voting booth in November, praying that the flawed electronic system isn’t rigged. The swamp is deep. It’s taking some time.

  12. Rah says:

    Flake is a Flake! If we’re going to have an FBI investigation then investigate it all. Why the lie detector test in August and who paid for it and why?

  13. Rud Istvan says:

    Relax. The 7th FBI check was prethought by McConnell and Trump as a possible scenario given Dem ongoing demands. Strategic Flake mistake, for two reasons.

    1. FBI reinvolvement (remember they previously declined in writing when asked by Dems) is limited by Trump written order to Wray (in terms of scope and scale) to what Flake demanded: short (1 week or less) re-examination of ‘current plausible’ allegations. ‘Current’ rules out anything new climbing out of the woodwork.
    ‘Plausible’ rules out nutty Avenatti/Swetnick. So just Ford and Ramirez.

    We already know there is no Ramirez corroboration—Farrow himself admitted it. And Ramirez says she was drunk, and even asked friends whether they remembered Kavanaugh being there at all. None could be sure. That one goes down like the NYT already concluded when they decided not to publish it.

    Arizona prosecutor Mitchell punched several holes on Ford’s testimony Thursday, plus there are other holes like the 2012 recovered memory tale. FBI interviews her and can do what could not be done on national television Thursday because of the ‘MeToo’ sympathy card—-utterly destroy her credibility, then put that conclusion ‘unreliable, untrustworthy, or worse’ in writing for the Senate. This will get done before Friday.

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