Kathleen Willey, one of the many victims of Democrat former President Bill Clinton’s sexual abuse, spoke out strongly against Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy on Sunday evening, calling her “money-hungry” a “hypocrite” and an “enabler” of her husband’s long string of sexual misconduct, including rape, and that she is not a woman who should be looked up to as a role model for women.
Willey, author of the book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” told Aaron Klein of Aaron Klein Investigative Radio, that she believes that Bill Clinton’s sexual abuse victims will continue to speak out against him, should Hillary become the next president, and should feel safe to do so because there is “safety in numbers.”
“The women that he victimized; the women that he carried on with; the women that he raped; the women that he accosted, should speak out. Because, first of all, they don’t need to be afraid anymore — there’s safety in numbers — I’m not afraid to say anything anymore.”
Willey, one of the women the Clinton attack team in the 90’s referred to as a “bimbo eruption,” said the model for Hillary is to enable Bill, then attack the victims of his sexual abuse over and over again, and anyone guilty of such behavior deserves no respect:
“She enables it to happen again, and again, and again, and again. And then she chooses to go after the women that he hooks up with, ruin them, again, and again, and again, and again. That’s how it works. I don’t see how anybody can respect a woman like that, especially another woman.”
“She is the worst role model for a wife and a mother and a politician, anything — she’s a hypocrite,” Willey asserted.
Willey said that Hillary Clinton is absolutely “money-hungry,” and expressed disgust over Hillary’s infamous “dead broke” comment. Willey contended that the former first couple have never had to struggle financially and have no idea what it’s like to be actually dead broke.
Willey said that the woman who should be looked up to is former Hewlett-Packard CEO and Republican presidential candidate Carley Fiorina. “There’s a role model for you,” she told Klein.
“She didn’t get where she got on the coattails of other men like Hillary did,” Willey said. “She worked her way up,” adding that, “Women in this country who want a woman for president ought to be paying a whole lot more attention to Carly Fiorina than to Hillary Clinton,” who she said has “nothing to offer” and “won’t answer questions.”
“What has she accomplished?” Willey asked rhetorically. “I can’t think of a thing,” she answered her own question.
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