Clinton revisionist history: Hillary’s a bitch, Bill’s a predator

Clinton's post election memoir, What Happened coupled with Craig Shirley's Citizen Newt is offering a wider glimpse into Clinton life, and what we really always knew.

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WASHINGTON, August 27, 2017 – In her post election memoir, Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump as a sexual predator detailing how Trump acted like a “creep” during the debates.

“This is not OK, I thought. It was the second presidential debate and Donald Trump was looming behind me.

We were on a small stage and no matter where I walked, he followed me closely, staring at me, making faces. It was incredibly uncomfortable. He was literally breathing down my neck. My skin crawled.

Do you stay calm, keep smiling and carry on as if he weren’t repeatedly invading your space? Or do you turn, look him in the eye, and say loudly and clearly “Back up you creep. Get away from me. I know you love to intimidate women, but you can’t intimidate me so back up.”


While candidate Trump did physically dominate the former Secretary of State on the small stage of the second debate, she was hardly ever in harm’s way, what with a studio and broadcast audience looking on, no one thought Trump would physically attack Clinton.

It seems Mrs. Clinton has a hard time deciding when harm is imminent; she who easily ignored the repeated requests for additional security before the Benghazi attack and then it was she who failed to protect Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and two CIA operatives, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, both former Navy SEALs.

In hindsight, maybe she does not have the common sense to recognize true imminent harm. Nonetheless, she is the one that decided she would “run with the big dogs” not once, but twice.

Hillary Clinton’s words, echoing on repeated news loops saying: “…It was incredibly uncomfortable. He was literally breathing down my neck. My skin crawled.”

Looking at the video, the stage was small, and Trump, who was given the podium on the left, stayed within an arm’s length of his space – it was Hillary who walked into Trump’s camera frame. And does anyone for even a second believe that Hillary had the presence of mind to know, or care where Trump was? She had dismissed her opponent. She dismissed him until Pennsylvania’s 20 votes in the electoral college were called for Trump by the Associated Press early Wednesday (Nov. 9).

It was then that we all knew she had lost. She knew. Trump knew. Even CNN knew.

But in replaying her endless whine about Trump in her space (which was actually Trump’s space), no one mentions that she could have moved into her own space, out of Trump’s space, and then the camera angle would have been all hers. She made a tactical error here, one that she is bitching about in her book. And blaming her loss on Trump.

Not that he was a better candidate, but because he intimidated her.

Does anyone believe Hillary can be intimated?

And Hillary should know a sexual predator when she sees one. And while Trump has had multiple wives, she has been married to Bill for decades, and his philandering makes Trump look like a monogamist.

A new authorized biography, “Citizen Newt” is about one of the Clinton’s circa 1990’s biggest political nemesis, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich was Speaker of the House (1995-1999) and has risen to become one of the most powerful thinkers in Washington, D.C. today.

One of the defining moments of Gingrich’s tenure as speaker of the House was the impeachment of Bill Clinton after he lied under oath about his sexual escapades with Monica Lewinsky.

In the book are details of how Hillary enabled the sexual predator habits of her husband Bill.

  • Everybody knew somebody who had a story about Clinton grabbing or groping a woman. The astonishing thing was not just that he got away with it, repeatedly, without being sued, but that Hillary put up with it, as did the American people. But Clinton had perfected the talent of ‘getting away with it’ since his childhood.

    “The astonishing thing was not just that he got away with it, repeatedly, without being sued, but that Hillary put up with it, as did the American people. But Clinton had perfected the talent of ‘getting away with it’ since his childhood. He could, as they say, charm the pants off of you. Or her,” he penned on page 357 of the book published by Thomas Nelson Press, a branch of HarperCollins Christian Publishing Inc.”

  • Referencing an American Spectator article, His Cheatin’ Heart, by investigative journalist David Brock, Arkansas troopers “essentially acted as pimps for Clinton,” and how, according to Time, the then-Arkansas governor would sometimes return home to an angry wife who would just yell.

    As the troopers see it, Clinton behaved ungratefully and even rudely toward them after election day. “We lied for him and helped him cheat on his wife, and he treated us like dogs,” Trooper Larry Patterson said. When one of the troopers asked Clinton to sign some photographs for his family after the election, he said the president-elect snapped: “I don’t have time for that s —.”

  • While Bill was not liked by all, Hillary was by far the most unpopular member of the first family of Arkansas, according to His Cheatin’ Heart. Troopers would volunteer to work consecutive 16-hour shifts just to avoid traveling with Hillary.

    Though it may have been a reflection of chauvinism on their part, the troopers thought Hillary “liked to intimidate men,” Roger Perry, an Arkansas State Trooper for Clinton, said.

    She would remark that troopers’ guns are “phallic symbols.” Or she would phone the mansion from her law office and order troopers to fetch feminine napkins from her bathroom and deliver them to her at the firm.

    “Time magazine called him a ‘reckless, obsessive womanizer.'” Shirley wrote. If Hillary was awakened in the wee hours by her glandular husband, according to Time’s report, she would greet him with a ‘mouthful of four-letter words.’

  • Paula Jones made the first official charges of sexual harassment against Clinton. At that time, Shirley wrote, “Jokes even made the rounds about impeachment, and there always seemed to be fresh stories of discord in the White House. Hillary threw a lamp at Bill. Hillary Clinton threw an ashtray at Bill. Hillary threw obscenities at Bill.”
  • The troopers said their “official” duties included facilitating Clinton’s cheating on his wife. This meant that, on the state payroll and using state time, vehicles, and resources, they were instructed by Clinton on a regular basis to approach women and to solicit their telephone numbers for the governor; to drive him in state vehicles to rendezvous points and guard him during sexual encounters; to secure hotel rooms and other meeting places for sex; to lend Clinton their state cars so he could slip away and visit women unnoticed; to deliver gifts from Clinton to various women (some of whom, like Flowers, also had state jobs); and to help Clinton cover up his activities by keeping tabs on Hillary’s whereabouts and lying to Hillary about her husband’s whereabouts. (source: His Cheatin’ Heart)

“What Happened” is just the latest chapter in the Clinton revisionist history that denies Bill is a womanizer, Webster Hubbel is Chelsea’s father, or that Hillary had an affair with the now deceased under mysterious circumstances, Vince Foster.

The first book of Clinton’s career, “It Takes a Village,” was released in 1995. Clinton published “Dear Socks, Dear Buddy,” in 1998, sharing letters from children to the first family’s pets and then there are the best-selling memoirs “Living History,” and “Hard Choices,” about her years as secretary of state during President Barack Obama’s first term.

“What Happened,” released on September 12, is being published by Simon & Schuster.

 

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