Wednesday, February 24, 2016

The multiple women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault have become Hillary’s worst nightmare during her campaign since they shatter her image as a “warrior for women.

In a new interview to promote her book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” Clinton sexual assault survivor Kathleen Willey bravely proclaimed that “Hillary Clinton will have to have me shot to stop me.” She also said that Hillary should be prosecuted for her role in Bill’s sexual assaults.

“Hillary should be criminally prosecuted as an accomplice to Bill Clinton’s sexual crimes, because she is the one who masterminds and engineers the cover-up by hiring private investigators to threaten and victimize the women who her husband sexually abused,” Willey explained, according to Conservative Tribune.

Willey went on to claim that Bill Clinton suffers from a “mental disease.”

“He can’t stop being a sexual predator, and his wife will never stop covering up for him,” she said. “For Hillary, it’s all about power. Hillary feels she has to protect Bill because Hillary is right to be afraid she will lose all her political power when the American public finally understands and rejects Bill over his sexual crimes.”

Willey announced plans to come together with other “well-known” Clinton sexual assault victims to launch a project known as “Women versus Hillary.” This notion is sure to send fear down Hillary’s spine.

“While I expect I will be joined by several of the other women well known as Clinton sexual abuse victims, current plans are to activate the truth squad should Hillary Clinton win the Democratic Party presidential nomination,” Willey said.

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