Kathleen Willey: Hillary Clinton ‘Is The War On Women’
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dom Giordano talked to Kathleen Willey Tuesday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Willey is a former White House volunteer aide who accused President Bill Clinton of sexual assault.
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Willey told Giordano that based on her experience, Hillary Clinton is engaged in the real war on women, specifically women that have accused her husband of indecency.
“She is the war on women, as far as I’m concerned, because with every woman that she’s found out about — and she made it a point to find out who every woman had been that’s crossed his path over the years — she’s orchestrated a terror campaign against every one of these women, including me,” Willey stated.
Willey complained that when she came forward with her allegations, no women’s groups stepped up to advocate for her.
“When this happened to me, I called all these feminists I could find and not one person called me back…they never supported me,” she said.
Willey is furious about what she says was a campaign to destroy her carried out by the then First Lady.
“I and other women were terrorized by Hillary Clinton and her operatives. What about our rights as women?”
Willey responded to allegations that have been leveled at her from defenders of the Clinton Administration and claims there are many more women’s voices that have yet to be heard.
“They’re trying to spin this thing. I’m not nuts, okay? Paula Jones is not nuts. Juanita Broaddrick is not nuts. There are women out there that you’ve never heard of that I’ve spoken with that have called me over the years. These women are not the nuts and sluts they portray us to be. It’s absolutely wrong,” she said.
Willey concluded by saying that because Mrs. Clinton is considering a campaign for President, she will continue to speak out about what she says happened to her.
“We’ve got a woman here that wants to be President, that’s always wanted to be President, who has decided — with the problems that her husband has, and they’re still going on, he has not changed — that the way to operate and the way to take care of it is to get rid of us. It was terrifying.”