Monday, January 25, 2016

A woman who had an affair with Bill Clinton decades ago has now come forward with bombshell accusations about Hillary Clinton and assault that could destroy the Democratic frontrunner’s presidential dreams forever.

Sally Miller says she had an affair with Bill Clinton in 1983, and she claims that afterwards she was forced to endure threats and other kinds of assaults from Hillary in a deranged attempt to keep her quiet.

In an open letter posted to the Examiner, Miller claims that after Clinton became president, her life “changed forever. Without warning, I was bombarded with deception from every angle. There were those intent on destroying me.”

According to Conservative Tribune, Miller says that during that time she received tons of vile letters, one of which reminding her that “Marilyn Monroe got snuffed.” Miller also had windows smashed on her car, and found shotgun shells in random place where she would be sure to see them.

In 1992, Hillary arranged for one of her “operatives” named Ron Tucker, to meet with Miller and encourage her to “be a good little girl.” In exchange for her silence, Miller was offered a federal job. If she refused the job, she was told something would happen to her “pretty little legs” the next time she went jogging.

“Things just wouldn’t be so fun for me anymore. Life would get hard,” Miller recounted. “Hillary once said ‘Bill will only lose this race over my dead body! Her not so subtle reference to death really meant ‘over the bodies of anyone/everyone who gets in my way!’”

“It was clear: Hillary was manning the bull-dozer that would clear the way for Bill Clinton to be the next President of the United States. In my case, Hillary’s plan was to beat me down so I’d lose everything,” she concluded.

Hillary constantly claims she is a crusader for women, but stories like this prove that she is anything but that. SHARE this story so that Americans can learn the truth about who Hillary REALLY is!

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