Hillary Clinton watches as President Clinton discusses the Monica Lewinsky scandal at the White House in January 1998.

Hillary Clinton watches as President Clinton discusses the Monica Lewinsky scandal at the White House in January 1998.

Kathleen Willey, one of the women who reports being sexually harassed by Bill Clinton during his time in the White House, as WND reported earlier, has launched an anti-Hillary Clinton website called “A Scandal A Day.”

And a popular progressive icon, Camille Paglia, is comparing the escapades of Clinton, the husband Hillary, a possible Democratic Party nominee for president in 2016, to Bill Cosby, who has been accused by dozens of women of being a sexual predator and rapist.

Now the controversy has gone global, with the Daily Mail in the United Kingdom charging that Hillary Clinton’s campaign “fears a new ‘bimbo eruption’ will put the kibosh on candidacy.”

The big-circulation U.K. publication noted the women from Bill Clinton’s past all have been making statements recently, including Paula Jones who “slammed Hillary saying she ‘lied’ about sexual scandals,” Linda Tripp who “told Daily Mail Online Hillary ruthlessly destroyed the credibility of the women who came forward during Bill’s presidency,” and Gennifer Flowers, who “revealed Bill used to fantasize about having sex with his lover in a store window.”

“Fears are growing among Hillary Clinton’s advisers that Bill’s sordid past is returning to thwart his wife’s presidential campaign,” Laura Collins wrote for the Mail. “With her presidential bid the couple’s relationship is the subject of renewed scrutiny bringing with it the threat of a second ‘eruption of bimbos’ akin to the one that almost derailed Bill’s own presidential bid first time round.”

Get the whole story on how sexual harassment at the hands of Bill Clinton turned into bullying at the hands of the Clinton administration in Willey’s book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”

The report explained:

  • Paula Jones said Hillary Clinton should be disqualified from her Oval Office bid because of her “lies” about the then-president’s sexual sandals.
  • Linda Tripp, who outed Monica Lewinsky’s affair, told the Mail Hillary Clinton is forever tainted by “scandal and wrongdoing.” “She revealed how Hillary stage-managed and orchestrated the ‘bimbo eruptions,’ ruthlessly destroying the credibility of the women who came forward,” the Mail said.
  • Lucianne Goldberg, an agent who worked with several women claiming relations with Bill Clinton, said the problem has returned. “It’s back,” he told the news organization. “I think it’s something they’ve always been worried about.”
  • Author Ronald Kessler, who has released a book about the Clintons, said, according to the Mail, “There’s no question that more will be coming out about Bill Clinton’s sexual antics as the campaign heats up.”
  • And as WND reported, Willey is seeking contact with women who may have been assaulted by the former president.
  • Finally, Gennifer Flowers, the Mail said, “may be next to divulge more damaging secrets of her time with the former president.”

WND reported just days ago on the verdict from Paglia.

In an interview with Salon, Paglia noted Cosby has been accused by dozens of women of using drugs to sedate and then sexually assault them. And then there’s the other B.C.: Bill Clinton.

“The actual facts of the matter are that Bill Clinton was a serial abuser of working-class women – he had exploited that power differential even in Arkansas,” she said in the interview with Salon writer David Daley.

Daley noted the recent WND story featured by the Drudge Report reporting Willey, one of the many women who alleged harassment by Clinton, was beginning a website to compile claims against him.

WND’s report explained her website, “A Scandal A Day,” targets Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Calling Hillary Clinton “without a doubt the most corrupt politician that this nation has ever seen,” Willey announced the launch of her new website on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and Philadelphia’s NewsTalk 990 AM.

Get the whole story on how sexual harassment at the hands of Bill Clinton turned into bullying at the hands of the Clinton administration in Willey’s book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”

Willey, the former volunteer aide to Bill Clinton who says she was sexually harassed by the president in the White House, explained the website is part information-oriented and part political activism.

“The Clintons have made it extremely easy for me,” she said in the radio interview. “I don’t have to do a lot of research, because it’s not just a scandal a day. It’s about two or three scandals a day. So what I’m doing is kind of a compilation of these scandals and explaining them in simple terms so most people can understand what’s going on, and what they’re up to and why they are lying every day.”

Listen to Klein’s interview with Willey:

Paglia said she knew the Cosby scandal would hurt Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

“Young women today have a much lower threshold for tolerance of these matters,” she said. “The horrible truth is that the feminist establishment in the U.S., led by Gloria Steinem, did in fact apply a double standard to Bill Clinton’s behavior because he was a Democrat … [and] supported abortion rights.”

It’s different now, she said.

“Young women have absolutely no memory of Bill Clinton. It’s like ancient history for them; there’s no reservoir of accumulated good will.”

Not that an affair by a president would upset her, she said.

“That doesn’t bother me at all. But the point is, they are sophisticated affairs that the European politicians have, while the Clinton episode was a disgrace,” she said.

Now Hillary Clinton will have a price to pay, too, Paglia said, since “she took an antagonistic and demeaning position toward her husband’s accusers.”

Willey said that while she was writing her 2007 book, “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” she was anonymously contacted by other women who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton.

She told Klein the women who called her “were afraid to talk to me because they were afraid my phone was being tapped.”

“They didn’t give me their names. They gave me incidences, time, places, where things happened and what happened.”

She continued: “And frankly I was pretty horrified by some of the things they told me. And they were scared to death of Hillary Clinton. And I don’t blame them.”

 

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