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Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., had a major role in threatening and intimidating women who accused her husband of sexual relationships with other women, according to a new book.

Candice E. Jackson, author of “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” told Cybercast News Service that along with the “sexual abuse” she alleges was committed by former President Bill Clinton, “Hillary’s involvement is just as devastating and just as important in all this.”

“[Hillary Clinton] was right there in the inner circle taking a lead in giving these women zero credibility, in attacking them in the public and through the press and in participating in all of these scare tactics, like hiring private investigators to threaten them and follow them,” Jackson said.

Hillary Clinton is “either as misogynistic as her husband or she is simply willing to conspire to mistreat women if that’s what it takes to preserve their political careers,” she added.

She told CNS the former president’s behavior toward numerous women “demonstrated sexual harassment and sexual abuse and ultimately misogyny on his part.

Jackson’s book tells the story of Clinton and the many women whose names have hit the media in the last 15 years and explains why, with his wife eyeing the White House, it still matters.

Said Kathleen Willey, who alleged she was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton in the White House in 1993: “Candice E. Jackson’s rendition of my story is the most accurate portrayal of my experience with Bill Clinton that has yet been published. I appreciate her painstaking attempt to express the true nightmare Bill and Hillary put me through.”

Added Juanita Broaddrick, whose allegation of rape is told in an excerpt on WND: “Candice E. Jackson presents a complete chronological account of the events surrounding Bill Clinton’s violent assault on me. People need to remember this side of Clinton before writing him up as a hero for women.”

Jackson told CNS Bill Clinton was guilty of “a true lack of respect for women that allowed him to use and abuse them and throw them away when he was done and do whatever it took to keep them quiet if they tried to speak up about it.”

Jackson admitted that one of her goals it to prevent Sen. Clinton from being elected president in 2008.

“We have let the Clintons go to the White House once and I think this is a serious enough abuse issue to prevent them from going there again,” she said.

Jackson said the Clintons “have really gotten away with a political reputation of being defenders of women’s rights and women’s issues.”

“To me that really says a lot about the state of feminism in this country,” she said. “It seems like it doesn’t even matter whether women are brutally mistreated as long as politicians support abortion rights.”

Read Chapter 8 of Jackson’s expose.


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