Perhaps the most enduring legacy Bill Clinton left America is the elevation of sex becoming a household word and topic of discussion. Indeed, this progressive goal of corrupting the young with sexual promiscuity and fragmenting the family was one of Bill Clinton’s biggest achievements.
While we have had numerous leaders in the past with similar less than moral character as Bill Clinton, before leaving office he blazed a trail of adultery and deceit never before seen in the highest office of the United States.
The promiscuous agenda was first unraveled in Jan. 1994 when The American Spectator published an article detailing claims by two Arkansas state troopers who facilitated extramarital affairs and claimed to have seen then-Gov. Bill Clinton in compromising positions with dozens of women. Trooper Larry Patterson stated that since 1987, there were numerous long-term liaisons with women including the now well-known relationship with Gennifer Flowers. These included a staffer in Clinton’s office; an Arkansas lawyer who was a Clinton appointee to a judgeship; the wife of a prominent judge; a local reporter; an employee at Arkansas Power and Light, and a cosmetic sales clerk at a Little rock department store.
There were also many brief affairs and one-time encounters involving Clinton and numerous women. The Arkansas state troopers said they were often called upon to act as intermediaries to arrange and conceal Clinton’s extramarital encounters. They said they frequently picked up and delivered gifts from Clinton to various women, and often drove Clinton to meetings with women. “We were more than bodyguards. We had to lie, cheat and cover up for that man,” said Larry Patterson.[Los Angeles Times, Dec. 21, 1993]
Clinton’s sexcapades goes back even further. 19-year old Eileen Wellstone said she was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton while he was a student at Oxford in 1969. Clinton admitted having sex with Wellstone, but said it was consensual.
American Media Cover-up
The Sunday Telegraph of London reported the story of Sally Perdue, a former Miss Arkansas (1958) and local radio talk show host, who told of having a relationship with Clinton in 1983 when he was Arkansas governor.
Shortly after her story appeared in the press, she says, a man identifying himself as Ron Tucker called her and claimed to represent the local Democratic Party, offering her a lifetime federal job if she would be silent. Then, she says, he threatened her with physical harm if she refused to cooperate. Tucker allegedly threatened that Perdue would lose her job at nearby Lindenwood College if she talked to the press again.
Miss Perdue refused to cooperate and after she talked to the press again, she lost her job in the college admissions office. Shortly thereafter, Miss Perdue says, she began receiving threats. She received a letter which read, “I’ll pray you have a head-on collision and end up in a coma…Marilyn Monroe got snuffed. It could happen.” She then found a live shotgun cartridge on the driver’s seat of her car and the rear window was shattered.
In 2005, Perdue accepted a $90,000 settlement judgment from West Chester Friends School and ended her discrimination case.
Miss Perdue was angered by the fact that her story had never been told in the American media in a way that she feels was accurate or fair. “I’ve had it with the American press,” she told the Telegraph. “I think it’s going to take a foreign paper to bring this whole thing out. You know, they’ve protected Bill Clinton in a way they’ve never protected anybody in the history of America.”
Once again it took the foreign media, the Sunday Telegraph of London, who also reported of the case of Gary Johnson, an Arkansas lawyer, who announced that he had a videotape of Clinton going into the apartment of his neighbor, Gennifer Flowers. Shortly afterwards, on June 26, 1992, three men appeared at his door, beat him unconscious and stole the tapes. The Telegraph also cites reports of mysterious break-ins suffered by The American Spectator magazine as it prepared to publish accusations by two Arkansas State Police troopers.
Clinton’s Love Affair with Women
Clinton denied having a 12-year relationsip with Gennifer Flowers until January 17, 1998 when he finally admitted in a former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones deposition alleging then-Gov. Clinton sexually harassed her, that he did have a sexual relationship with Ms. Flowers.
Jones filed her suit in May 1994, accusing Clinton of luring her to a suite at the Excelsior Hotel during a May 8, 1991, conference when he was governor of Arkansas and she was a state clerk. During that brief encounter, she said he touched her, tried to kiss her and dropped his pants and asked for oral sex. President Clinton eventually reached an out-of-court settlement with Paula Jones, agreeing to pay her $850,000 to drop the sexual harassment lawsuit that led to the worst political crisis of his career and only the third presidential impeachment inquiry in American history.
Before the settlement was inked with Paula Jones, another witness in the case, Kathleen E. Willey, also accused Clinton of an unwelcome sexual advance claiming she was groped by President Clinton in the White House in 1993. Kathleen Willey later alleged a campaign of slander and intimidation orchestrated chiefly by Hillary Clinton and points a finger of suspicion at the former first couple for the death of her husband, who was believed to have killed himself. In her book, Willey recounts numerous incidents she believes were designed to terrorize her into silence, with the latest taking place in September, just as the book was in its final stages.
Monica Lewinsky, was a 21-year-old intern at the White House in 1995, when she says she began an ongoing sexual relationship with Mr. Clinton. Ms. Lewinsky was moved, prior to the 1996 election, to the public affairs office at the Pentagon, where she and Linda Tripp worked together.
As the January 7th deposition date approached, Lewinsky began confiding in Ms. Tripp her concerns about how she should testify. Lewinsky graphically recounted details of sexual encounters with Mr. Clinton and indicated that Mr. Clinton and his advisor, attorney Vernon Jordan, had directed her to perjure herself in the Jones v. Clinton deposition.
After hearing the tapes provided by Tripp, Independent Council, Ken Starr had the FBI wire Ms. Tripp, and then recorded Ms. Lewinsky’s additional detailed conversations with Tripp about her relationship with Mr. Clinton. Those conversations, in which Lewinsky refers to Clinton as “the creep,” clearly contradicted Lewinsky’s sworn testimony in her Jones v. Clinton deposition.
Following this new evidence, a three-judge federal appeals court panel authorized Starr to examine allegations of suborning perjury, false statements and obstruction of justice involving the president.
Mr. Clinton responded to these allegations saying to Jim Lehrer at PBS,
“I did not ask anyone to tell anything other than the truth. There is no improper relationship [with Ms. Lewinsky].”
The president again publicly denied the charges, declaring: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms Lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie, not a single time, never. These allegations are false and I need to go back to work for the American people.”
In a press conference, White House spokesman Mike McCurry said, “The president is outraged by this allegation.” McCurry continued, “He´s never had an improper relationship with this woman.”
Clinton friend and apologist, James Carville, said, “I know the president of the United States is telling the truth. … This thing at its core is about money. … Dollars, dollars and more dollars.”
According to Hillary Clinton’s spokeswoman, Marsha Berry, Hillary Clinton first learned over the weekend prior to his grand jury testimony that her husband would testify to having an improper relationship with Monica Lewinsky at the White House. The first lady issued a statement of support for her husband, saying through her spokeswoman that she remains “committed to her marriage and loves her husband.” For months, she defended her husband against allegations of an affair, dismissing them as a “right-wing conspiracy.”
Eventually President Clinton was issued with a subpoena to testify before a Grand Jury, which was recorded on video. At the deposition, the judge ordered a precise legal definition of the term “sexual relations” that Clinton claims to have construed to mean only vaginal intercourse. A much-quoted statement from Clinton’s grand jury testimony showed him questioning the precise use of the word “is.” Clinton said, “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is. If the—if he—if ‘is’ means is and never has been, that is not—that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement”.
Following the video testimony, Mr Clinton made a televised address to the nation during which he confessed to having had an “inappropriate relationship” with Ms Lewinsky.
Clinton said, “I did have a relationship with Miss Lewinsky that was not appropriate. In fact it was wrong. It constituted a critical lapse in judgement and a personal failure on my part, for which I am solely and completely responsible.”
On September 11, 1998, the Starr Report was released detailing the investigative account of President Bill Clinton by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.
Articles of Impeachment
In early October, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted to begin impeachment hearings. A few days later, the full House approved an impeachment inquiry, with 31 Democrats as well as all the Republicans in favor. On December 9th., the Republican majority on the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee proposed four articles of impeachment against the president. The articles included two counts of perjury, one of obstruction of justice and one of abuse of power. They were approved by the committee four days later. On Dec. 19, 1998, William Jefferson Clinton become the second president in the history of the United States to be impeached by the House of Representatives for perjury in front of a grand jury and obstruction of justice.
His trial before the U.S. Senate ended with only a censure.
Bill Clinton has disgraced the office of the Presidency and has done irreparable harm to the United States of America. He personally destroyed his office as a role model for our children through his disgraceful behavior.
“It is hard to ignore the impact of the misconduct the president has admitted to on our culture, on our character, and on our children. In this case, the president apparently had an extramarital relationship with an employee half his age . . . This is not just inappropriate. It is immoral.” (Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.)
Bill Clinton is a Serial Abuser, Rapist, and Exhibitionist Pervert.
Long before these more recent and publicized relations of Bill Clinton, there is a long history of sexual violence, harassment and rape. From the 70?s all the way through the 90?s and possibly beyond, college students, secretaries, interns, and others, all tell stories of sexual violence at the hands (or other body parts) of Bill Clinton. The Clinton machine went to work in each case, with the active help of Hillary ‘The Champion For Women’s Rights’ Clinton, smearing, intimidating, blackmailing and bribing the accusers into silence. Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, and Juanita Broaddrick were targeted by the Clinton administration using the IRS to audit their tax returns.
- At Oxford, 19-year-old Eileen Wellstone said she was sexually assaulted by Rhodes scholar Bill Clinton in 1969 after she met him at a pub. A retired State Department employee later anonymously told Capitol Hill Blue in 1999 “There was no doubt in my mind that this young woman had suffered severe emotional trauma…But we were under tremendous pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having a Rhodes scholar charged with rape.”
- In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, a law student at the college. No charges were filed, but retired campus policemen contacted by Capitol Hill Blue confirmed the incident.
- In 1974, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law school instructor Bill Clinton tried
to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference. She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse.
- On April 25, 1978, Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton, the state’s highest law enforcement official, allegedly raped Juanita Broaddrick– savagely biting her top lip to subdue her. Broaddrick recalls that after the incident, Clinton put on his sunglasses and told her to ice her mangled lips.
- Carolyn Moffet, a legal secretary in Little Rock in 1979, said she met then-governor Clinton at a political fundraiser and shortly thereafter received an invitation to meet the governor in his hotel room. “I was escorted there by a state trooper. When I went in, he was sitting on a couch, wearing only an undershirt.
- Elizabeth Ward, the Miss Arkansas who won the Miss America crown in 1982, told friends she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him shortly after she won her state crown. Ward, who is now married with the last name of Gracen (from her first marriage), later told an interviewer she did have sex with Clinton but said it was consensual.
- Sandra Allen James, a former Washington, DC, political fundraiser says Presidential candidate-to-be Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a political trip to the nation’s capital in 1991, pinned her against the wall and stuck his hand up her dress.
- Christy Zercher, a flight attendant on Clinton’s leased campaign plane in 1992, says Presidential candidate Clinton exposed himself to her, grabbed her breasts and made explicit remarks.
Despite all the complaints and accusations through the years, Bill Clinton has proven to be above the law and has managed to stay out of jail as he continues to enjoy the adoration of the public and the benefits of his personal fortune.
Where is the outrage?
Why are women’s groups silent?
Why did Hillary Clinton wage war on the women who claimed to be abused by Bill?
Instead, he remains a beloved figure in American liberalism and elder statesman of the Democrat Party.