11/20/2017 / By JD Heyes
During the early 1990s when Bill Clinton was running his first campaign for president was the first time most Americans heard allegations of sexual assault and harassment directed at him. The longer he served the more accusations that followed, including an actual charge of rape from Juanita Broaddrick.
It’s been decades since the country had to endure the public spectacle and moral shame of a president engaging in a sexual act in the Oval Office with someone who wasn’t his wife (the Monica Lewinsky scandal). But now four new women have stepped forward to accuse the former president of sexual assault, charges that come amid a rising number of allegations against powerful men in politics and the entertainment industry (most of them Democrats, by the way).
As exclusively reported by author Edward Klien for the UK’s Daily Mail, the former president “is facing explosive new charges of sexual assault from four women, according to highly placed Democratic Party sources and an official who served in both the Clinton and Obama administrations.”
While Clinton has faced numerous allegations of sexual improprieties from before and during his presidential years, these latest charges allegedly stem from incidents that occurred after he left the White House in 2001, sources told Klein.
“Attorneys representing the women, who are coordinating their efforts, have notified Clinton they are preparing to file four separate lawsuits against him,” the author wrote.
As part of negotiations that are ongoing, Klein said the four women are seeking “substantial payouts” as the price of their remaining silent.
A member of Clinton’s legal team has confirmed the allegations to Klein, lending much credibility to the claims — though Clinton has admitted to nothing and there has yet to be a trial or settlement.
In the late 1990s, Clinton paid out $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones, who accused Clinton of making unwanted sexual advances towards her when he was governor.
Her case led to Clinton’s impeachment in the House, though the Senate would not convict. (Related: Hillary Clinton calls TRUMP a ‘sex assaulter’ while shrugging off her husband’s serial sexual assaults.)
Negotiations regarding the current wave of allegations and lawsuits “are said to have reached a critical state,” Klein wrote. According to sources within Clinton’s inner circle, if they are unsuccessful the four women have said they are prepared to publicly air their accusations at a press conference.
Were that to happen, the former president would become “the latest — and most famous — figure in a long list of men from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey who has recently been accused of sexual assault,” wrote Klein.
These new allegations are said to stem from more than a decade ago when, in the early 2000s, Clinton was hired by playboy billionaire Ron Burkle to work at his Yucaipa companies. Clinton assisted Burkle in generating new business globally, and was said to always be in the company of beautiful young women aboard Burkle’s private jet, which was nicknamed “Air F**k One.”
The four women, who have yet to reveal their identities, held low-level jobs at the Burkle organization when they were in their late teens. They claim that they were sexually assaulted by Clinton.
Klein wrote that there’s no evidence to suggest that Burkle was aware of the alleged sexual assaults.
When contacted by Klein for comment, a member of Clinton’s legal team responded, “Obviously, I’m aware of [the allegations] but can’t talk about them.”
Even as these new allegations bubble below the surface, some libs — especially Left-leaning media types — have begun openly discussing whether they should have defended Clinton from charges of sexual abuse and assault more than 20 years ago when he was in the Oval Office.
These new charges are likely to reignite those discussions.
“Bill is distraught at the thought of having to testify and defend himself against sex charges again,” according to one Democrat Party official familiar with the case.
“He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and dragging him through the mud.”
That source claimed that Hillary Clinton is once again furious at her husband for becoming entangled yet again in another sex scandal.
J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.