Former White House aide Kathleen Willey, who in 1998 alleged that then-President Bill Clinton had sexually assaulted her five years prior, dropped an announcement on Facebook this weekend that could irrevocably harm the presidential campaign of Bill’s wife, Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton.
The announcement stated that “(a) very brave and courageous young woman” would appear with Willey on radio host Aaron Klein’s show on the evening of Oct. 9.
“She will tell her story for the first time about her experiences with Bill Clinton when she was a TV reporter in Little Rock,” Willey wrote. “His show is from 7-9. Please share and listen in.”
It sounded as if Willy intends to unveil yet woman accusing Bill Clinton of sexual assault. Numerous others have already been identified, including but not limited to Juanita Broaddrick, Carolyn Moffet, Elizabeth Ward, Sandra Allen James and Christy Zercher.
The discovery of another sexual assault accuser could harm Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign for a number of reasons, the chief one being that she has never expressed even an iota of sympathy and compassion for the women her husband hurt.