Remember Kathleen Willey? She accused Bill Clinton of sexually harassing her, insinuated he had her husband killed, blamed him for the burglary of her house and more. Even the independent counsel investigating the Monica Lewinsky matter found her not credible.
But what’s not to like if you’re Sean Hannity, just itching to smear Hillary Clinton?
In his introduction to a lengthy discussion with her, Hannity quoted Willey as saying Hillary Clinton “is the war on women” and that she has “even orchestrated a, quote, terror campaign against some, including her.” Hannity just forgot to mention that even Ken Starr, the independent counsel on the Monica Lewinsky case, rejected Willey's allegations about Bill because she had contradicted herself, made false statements to investigators – and wrote to Clinton seeking a job, asking for his help and expressing gratitude after the supposed harassment.
But Hannity merely introduced Willey as a “former Clinton White House volunteer.”
Willey spent most of her air time re-hashing her allegation of getting “fondled” by Bill Clinton, as the independent counsel report put it.
Willey told Hannity, “I was assaulted by her husband in the Oval Office.” She then repeated in great detail her story of needing a paying job, asking President Clinton to help her, and his offer to help followed by his supposedly cornering her. Only now, she said, "If you want the details, you can read my book (she named it) because I just don’t want to go into the details. It’s pretty obvious, it was unwelcome and inappropriate and out of line and I consider myself lucky to get out of there.”
Hannity didn’t say a word about Willey’s credibility problem. Nor the long list of implausible and conspiratorial claims about the Clintons’ alleged efforts to silence her. Instead, he prodded Willey into attacking Hillary Clinton more specifically.
“You say that Hillary is the war on women… and that she orchestrated a terror campaign against women. Well, explain that part,” Hannity urged.
Unfortunately for Hannity, Willey never came up with much against Hillary.
WILLEY: When I was writing my book… I got calls from a number of women who insisted, and I promised that their names would be anonymous… and, um, same story over and over and over again. …These women were terrorized. One woman was so terrorized, she left the country. They were afraid.
Hannity interrupted to target Hillary more directly. “How was she, though, specifically involved? …I get the Bill part. What did she do?”
"She put it all into play," Willey alleged, without offering - or being asked for any proof. "She had her attack dogs: Sydney Blumenthal, George (sic) Carville… She had three of the best known private investigators in the country on retainer. They were part of it. They know how to do it. They know exactly how to do it."
Hannity gave up. “Alright, let me ask you this,” he interrupted. “The Clinton Foundation has taken all this money from countries like Saudi Arabia, Oman, Algeria, Qatar, the UAE, Kuwait, Brunei.” Hannity has fixated on the fact that these countries have poor records on women’s rights as “proof” that Hillary doesn’t really care about women.
“What is your take on that?” he asked Willey. When she didn’t say anything more than “money is the most important thing to the Clintons,” he pushed her more explicitly. “In other words, she won’t criticize them because the money’s more important than the principal of standing up or being a champion for women?
“Exactly,” Willey agreed. “This business of being the women’s advocate, and the ‘war on women' attack on the Republicans is totally bogus.”
Will Hannity dredge up the old “The Clintons killed Vince Foster” conspiracy theory next?
Watch Willey below, from the March 11 Hannity.
From Fox’s Trace Gallagher:
Former President Bill Clinton is not named in the new motion but in court documents filed in Palm Beach Circuit Court, Clinton is again linked to his old friend from back in the early 2000s. The records say the former president flew several times on Epstein’s plane to his private island estate where underage sex parties were allegedly happening. There is no evidence linking the former president with any of those events but Epstein’s personal computer records also show the former president’s email address along with 21 of his phone numbers. After Epstein was convicted in 2008, Bill Clinton apparently cut all ties to him but now brand new questions about the relationship are again being raised.
Read more at http://www.newshounds.us/kelly_and_stirewalt_dishonestly_make_prince_andrew_sex_case_about_bill_clinton_010615#2CePwWXYOwPfs3pW.99
More on the current legal case against Epstein:
and Fox’s Trace Gallagher:
The Billionaire Loses The Billionaire
Maybe Sean should distance himself from FoxNoise unless he wants his “ties to terrorism” to be further detailed. Oh wait. Something he said about Hillary could be phrased in a way to describe himself: “In other words, I won’t criticize the Saudis because the money’s more important than the principal of standing up or being a champion for the victims of terrorists.”
We posted earlier in the year that Hannocchio plans to use everything in his power to take down Hillary. She’s a threat to the Republican Party.
You can’t play nice with these worthless cafeteria Catholics. They are treacherous, scheming, dirty, evil and vengeful. It’s equivalent of dealing The Horned One with the tail.