Hillary Clinton’s new ad aimed at survivors of sexual assault has a very brief, but powerful message:
“Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard. You have a right to be believed. We’re with you.”
There is just one problem with it, writes The American Mirror:
…that’s a very different message Kathleen Willey received in 1993 when she accused Hillary’s husband, President Bill Clinton, of sexually assaulting her.
“She believed what happened for sure,” Willey tells The American Mirror. “She just chose to ignore the plight of all of his victims, thus enabling him to continue to abuse and rape women in the future.”
The Daily Mail reports what the 1993 incident with then-President Bill Clinton allegedly entailed:
Willey’s story, largely consistent since its first telling, is that the president fondled her breast and placed her hand on his clothed, erect penis in the Oval Office while she was asking him for a White House job.
But it just gets worse from there:
Now she says Mrs. Clinton, the former secretary of state, has a history of trying to silence the multiple women her husband has slept with, sexually assaulted or sexually harassed since his 1980s Arkansas days.
“She enabled his behavior. It’s as simple as that. She looks the other way,” Willey told radio host Aaron Klein on Sunday.