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Kathleen Willey Prays for Forgiveness for Bill and Hillary Clinton

Interview with Kathleen Willey about her new book as well as Hillary and Bill Clinton

By Fred Martinez

Question: There is overwhelming evidence that you and others bring out about the sexual abuse and sexual misuse of yourself, Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Dolly Kaye Browning, Elizabeth Gracen, Monica Lewisnsky and others. Why are some liberal bloggers still claiming Bill Clinton is not a sexual predator?

Willey: Because it suits their agenda. Because of Clinton's stance on abortion, feminists have decided to make the best of it, meaning that Clinton's predatory behavior toward individual women just doesn't matter because other issues override it. Patricia Ireland, the former president of NOW, was quoted as saying, “ All of us knew he was a snake when we voted for him. Betty Friedan, considered the founder of modern feminism, said at some point, Who is Juanita Broaddrick? I've never heard of her I sincerely doubt that, but I sure don't doubt that Friedan said it.

Q: As for Clinton’s sexual assault on you, the same liberal bloggers bring up Independent Counsel Robert Ray and Julie Steele who claim that you aren’t credible. Why are the claims of Steele and Ray about you not credible?

Willey: Well, if I'm credible, then Clinton isn't. And if Bill Clinton's not credible on this point, then about what other things might he be lying? So these attacks are pretty self-explanatory. Bill Clinton, liberal icon, must be protected at all costs.

Q: In your book “Target” you said “I believe Clinton would have raped me that day, just as, I believe, he raped Juanita Broadrick.” Do you believe that Clinton didn’t just sexually assault you, but committed attempted rape?

Willey: There are many areas in which I don't agree with feminists of the Betty Friedan ilk, but I do agree that women have the right NOT to be harassed and handled if they choose not to be. And Bill Clinton did more than that to me. Whether he completed the act he originally had in mind isn't the primary thing. Violation takes many forms, and he committed that crime against me.

Q: In “Target” you said Hillary “was cursing an aide with a very foul mouth. Then she would see somebody who mattered and instantly pour it on, all sweetness.” According to psychologist Martha Stout sociopaths “show sham emotions, but underneath they are indifferent to others’ suffering. They live to dominate.” Do you think Hillary and Bill are sociopaths?

Willey: Well, I'm not a psychologist. A lot of descriptions have been bandied about regarding the Clintons' state of mind and endless sense of entitlement -- and the fact that they will stop at nothing to get what they want. To me, what's more important than how you describe these two, is how you describe the mess they helped to make of this country. I think about that every day. Why millions of voters have such short memories is a real mystery.

Q: You wrote this book “only to tell what I know about Hillary.” What the three things that you wish every voter had in their mind about Mrs. Clinton before they vote?

-That she is a serial liar and will say and do anything to get her way.
-That she has never held a real job that had any real responsibility in terms of keeping employees paid or struggling to keep the doors of a business open, so whatever experience” she touts is basically meaningless with regards to the struggling middle class.
-That she is likely to nominate a lawyer who has had his license suspended - Bill Clinton - to the Supreme Court, not to mention other judges of that liberal ilk, and that's something this country can ill afford.

Q: You quote Dick Morris saying “If you’re going to be a sexual predator, be pro-choice” reference to Bill Clinton. Why is abortion more important to feminists than protecting women from sexual predators?


Willey: Frankly, your guess on this one is as good as mine. I have always been confounded by the fact that prominent feminist groups do nothing to help women in Islamic countries who are being put to death for riding in a car with a guy who isn't a relative, for example, but then go out of their way to protest the war on terror that has had the effect of giving women more rights in Iraq and Afghanistan than they had previously. If that's not liberal hypocrisy on display, it's hard to tell what is.

Q: Boxer Mike Tyson went to prison for rape. Do you think Clinton should have gone to prison for any or all of the following crimes?
-Raping Juanita Broadrick
-Sexually assaulting you and other women
-Witness intimidation
-Obstruction of justice
-Perjury
-His guilty verdict of the federal misdemeanor of releasing your private letters

Willey: If it were up to me, he would have. People have been jailed in this country for doing a hell of a lot less.


Q: Ex-Clinton friend Dick Morris called Hillary’s army of private investigators Clinton’s Secret Police. Your book says that you and others believe that Hillary’s goons did the following:
-Intimidated witnesses
-“[W]oman after woman has been demonized by their [the Clinton’s] secret police” according to Dick Morris
-Threatened your children
-Threatened your friend’s children
-Took one of your cats and killed another
-Left an animal skull on your porch
-Said you were in danger
-Followed you
-Put numerous nails in your car wheels
-Hid under your deck in the middle of the night
-Did a Watergate-like break-in into your house in 2007 and took a manuscript of your book “Target”

If Hillary is elected President, do you think she is capable of even doing worst things?

Willey: Absolutely. There will be no stopping her then. The people who work at World Ahead, the company that published "Target," joke that they will have to move to an oil rig in the North Sea, or to Mars, because they have put out several books highly critical of Hillary. But it's not really a joke. She is capable of anything, and the power of the presidency will give her everything she needs to destroy her enemies and reward her friends - who are no friends of this country.

Q: David Schipper, chief investigative counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, recalled a priest came to see him after the impeachment who said he was an exorcist.

The priest said to him “There are satanic influences in the White House, and they all want you out of here.”

“Yes, Bill Clinton is a bad guy,” Schipper acknowledged.

“No, not him,” the priest said. “Her.”

Schipper in your book said he thinks Hillary “is evil.” What do you think?


Willey: I can't disagree with that analysis. If I could exorcise the Clintons from my life, I'd be happy to do so

Q: I’ve written for Newsmax and The Conservative Monitor, but most of my work has been for Catholic publications. What do you think we should pray for when we pray for Bill and Hillary? What should we pray for in our next president?

Willey: Well, forgiveness is always a good thing to pray for. To pray that they change their ways and work to help, not harm this country would be another, although God's going to have a tough time with these two.

As for the next president, I pray that whoever it is realizes that the future of this great nation is in jeopardy from foolish policies and foolish expenditures that are wreaking havoc on our future and that of our kids -- and that he (at this point, I'd say it's a he) does something about it.

Willey: Thank you, Fred.

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