New foundation, website, giving voice to casualties of Hillary's 'ego-driven ambition'
The women who feel they are victims of Bill Clinton make up a long list.
Author Candice E. Jackson, in her “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” discusses the plights of several.
Their names are recognized already: Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Monica Lewinsky, Juanita Broaddrick, and more. Their reports of misbehavior by Bill Clinton are not what Americans typically associate with the Oval Office.
But with America on the precipice of picking another Clinton, Hillary, to be president, a move that would put Bill Clinton back into a key place of White House influence, Jackson is launching a new effort.
It’s designed to educate “the public about the unique harm suffered by victims of women in positions of power.”
Victims of women?
Yes. There are many portrayals out there of Bill Clinton as a serial sexual predator.