By Dom Giordano

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  Kathleen Willey, a former volunteer of the Bill Clinton campaign who accused him of sexual assault in 1993, is campaigning against Hillary Clinton in this election cycle and says she wants to explain to voters what the Clintons did to her during their first run in the White House.

Willey, during an interview with Dom Giordano on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, alleged that Hillary Clinton tried to discredit the charges she and other women have made and wants voters who have come of age since the ’90’s to know Mrs. Clinton is not who she says she is.

She also insists there are victims of President Clinton still out there and that those who have made allegations are telling the truth.

KW: “These are the women that I would like to learn about, exactly what happened back in the 90’s when the Clinton’s were in office and even before that. He’s a serial rapist and I have talked to women who’ve gone through that with him. Juanita Broaddrick is a good friend and I have sat with her when she told me the horrific story of what he did to her and I can tell you, that woman is not lying.”

DG: “Well, Kathleen, what’s happened now is any number of these women are in contact with you, ready to, in a concerted way, put that message out and we’re starting to see a generation of women – I mean, I’ve seen the other day Monica Lewinsky was out with another anti-bullying idea. She’s probably the most prominent, and even though Lewinsky, I don’t think she’s ever alleged she was raped or anything, like that.”

KW: “No, it was consensual. She was also used.”

DG: “Right, exactly. And that Hillary there showed how, that was pretty public, the shots that she’s taken. The cadre of women that would go after her. And we’re in the news cycle now where we’re being told by Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem that you have to vote for Hillary, you have to stand up for women. What about these women that have been under fire?”

KW: “Well that’s why she’s talking out of both sides of her mouth. One minute she’s a women’s advocate and she’s been one all her life, but the real truth is ever since, I mean this goes back 35, 40 years before she was even married to him. And she was still working in Chicago and he was in Little Rock. I mean she sent her own father and brother to keep an eye on him and because she knew who he was and what he was, and we didn’t. She’s always been aware of it. This vast right-wing conspiracy is nothing but bull. I mean she has always known it. And it’s a proven fact.”

DG: Right. The sympathy is no longer there and the media I think has turned on her to some degree, at least on this issue, Kathleen. There’s a fertile ground there. So where do people find you as you begin this effort of awareness.

KW: Well, I have this new website, it’s called AScandalADay.com or on Facebook it’s “A Scandal A Day.”

DG: And do you think the women you’re talking are they ready to go public? Does it seem like that?

KW: “I have heard from a number of women who’ve told me their story and they’re all very similar. Too similar. They’re not lying. I’ve checked them out. And they’re credible. But a lot of them are still afraid to go public because they’ve seen what’s happened to other women and I have told them, and I will always honor this, number one, my mission is to educate the first time voters and the millennials about who this woman really is and what she really has done to women like me — that happen to cross paths with her perverted husband. And the second mission is to give women who have gone through the same thing at his hands a place to get it off their chest. I mean like, Juanita, she’s carried this around for 35 years now. And for years she blamed herself. Women of my generation were brought up with, ‘Boys will be boys, and deal with it.’ And it’s always, ‘Did I say something?’ or ‘Was my skirt too short?’ or ‘Was my blouse cut too low?’ or ‘Did I say something inviting? It’s gotta be me.’ And that’s just wrong.”

SILVER SPRING, UNITED STATES: US President Bill Clinton speaks to reporters during an education meeting 16 March at Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, MD. Clinton, commenting on Kathleen Willey's interview on CBS' "60 Minutes" 15 March, told reporters that "nothing improper happened" during his 1993 meeting with Willey in the Oval Office at the White House. AFP PHOTO/Stephen Jaffe (Photo credit should read STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)

SILVER SPRING, UNITED STATES: US President Bill Clinton speaks to reporters during an education meeting 16 March at Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, MD. Clinton, commenting on Kathleen Willey’s interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes” 15 March, told reporters that “nothing improper happened” during his 1993 meeting with Willey in the Oval Office at the White House. AFP PHOTO/Stephen Jaffe (Photo credit should read STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)