Barack Obama accomplished two things in his presidency that I like. One, he flipped West Virginia red. Two, he kept Hillary from being president.
How would that have gone?
From the Daily Caller:
Kathleen Willey, a former White House aide who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault, told The Daily Caller Wednesday of the tactics she believes Hillary used to order the suppression of her deposition and how she admires Donald Trump.
Despite Hillary’s claims that she is a running a campaign of “love and kindness,” Willey told us during the months leading up to her deposition, “all I felt was fear and terror.”
Willey was a life-long Virginia Democrat activist before joining the White House social office, having worked on the campaigns of Gov. Doug Wilder and attorney general Mary Terry. It was in 1993 when Willey said President Clinton assaulted her. In her 1998 deposition during Paula Jones’s sexual harassment suit against the former president, she described how Bill “put my hands on his genitals.”
According to Willey, the Clintons went to drastic lengths to prevent her from telling the truth in court. She describes a lunch her friend the late Christopher Hitchens had with Hillary’s email buddy Sid Blumenthal: “during this lunch with Sid Blumenthal, Christopher said something like ‘looks like you guys got some big problems now after that 60 Minutes interview.” To which Sid Blumenthal responded, ‘Well she may look good today…she’s not going to look good by Friday.” Hitchens afterwards filed an affidavit.
Willey believes desperate tactics were taken by the Clintons to intimidate her. She told TheDC of a dead cat found on her porch, a man she saw at night under her deck, and a stranger in her remote neighborhood inquiring threateningly about how her children were doing.
It is for this reason she was so enraged hearing Hillary Clinton say, “every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.”Trump, Cruz or Rubio, I am really cool with the Republican race. Bernie Sanders is definitely a worry. Say what you want about Watergate Nixon did not take McGovern lightly and Reagan was serious about Fritz Mondale.
And say what you will about the IRS harassing the Tea Party, it is nothing compared to what Clinton Incorporated did. Thank you, Barack Obama, from keeping those creeps out of the White House.