Former President Bill Clinton is making headlines once more.
Bill and his wife Hillary are already in a heap of trouble for their scandalous business operations.
But now, new accusations are arising against the former president, ones which may finally land him behind bars.
New allegations of sexual misconduct are arising against Bill Clinton.
Four women have come forward claiming that sexual advances were made to them by Bill after leaving the White House in 2001.
Reportedly, four lawsuits are being compiled by the victims, which has been confirmed by Clinton’s legal team.
Clinton’s history of sexual misconduct both before and during his presidency returned to the spotlight in 2016 and again in 2017 during his wife Hillary’s failed presidential bid and more recently amid new allegations of sexual misconduct against a plethora of politicians, journalists, and Hollywood celebrities.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) said last week that Clinton should have resigned the presidency in the wake of his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. It forms part of a broader re-evaluation of Clinton’s conduct by Democrats and left-wing media pundits.
Klein, who has written a number of sensationalist books including All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump, reports that the women were employed in “low-level positions” at an organization owned by playboy billionaire Ron Burkle. Clinton was hired by Burkle and flew around the world on Burkle’s private jet — which Klein says was known as “Air Fuck One.”
Klein says there is no evidence that Burkle knew anything about the alleged assaults by Clinton.
Bill Clinton has a lengthy history of sexual misconduct.
After his affair with 21 year old intern Monica Lewinsky in 1995, two articles of impeachment were approved against him in the House of Representatives.
Another report claimed that Hillary was “furious” with her husband for being the center of yet another sexual scandal— and that Hillary is willing to play dirty to cover up her husband’s promiscuity.
[Burke] also reports that Hillary Clinton is “furious” with Bill for getting stuck in another scandal and offered to hire private detectives to dig up dirt on the women — but Clinton’s attorneys said no.
Sources tell Klein that if they are not given substantial payouts for their silence, the accusers are prepared to hold a joint press conference to air their stories.
In the midst of many sexual predators being revealed in recent times, it is unsurprising Bill Clinton has become yet another name on the list.
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