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Paula Jones Sounds Off on Clinton Sex Scandals and Cover-Up in Blockbuster Interview with Breitbart News

Paula Jones, the former Arkansas state employee who alleges that she was sexually assaulted by then-governor Bill Clinton, and who later sued Clinton for sexual harassment, gave a detailed interview with Breitbart senior investigative reporter Aaron Klein in which she declared that the “truth” about Clinton’s misdeeds with women would “destroy” Hillary’s political career.

2016-03-08_14-34-47During the interview, which aired on Tuesday, Jones said, in part, that Hillary has never met with any of Bill’s accusers, and that she (Jones) feels that it is because Hillary knows that the allegations made by each of the women against Bill are true. Jones went on to say that Hillary is exhibiting a great deal of nerve by running for president, especially because she is doing so, in large part, on the basis that she is a representative of female empowerment.

It was May 8, 1991 that Paula Jones had her alleged run-in with Bill. On that date, Jones says that she was picked out by Clinton and escorted to his hotel room at the Excelsior in Little Rock. As she tells it, when she arrived to his room, the governor proceeded to grope her and expose himself to her, whereupon she exited the room as fast as she could. In civil proceedings that followed, Bill Clinton ultimately agreed to an out-of-court settlement that saw him pay Jones $850,000.

According to Paula Jones, Hillary owes a public apology to all of the women who have publicly accused Bill of sexual abuse. She further accused the media and other various organizations of applying a double standard to its coverage of Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton, pointing out that while Cosby is finding himself increasingly ostracized by much of society for the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him, Clinton continues to find himself a media darling, and able to fill his schedule with guest speaking engagements that earn him millions.

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large

 

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