Kathleen Willey Who Accused Bill Clinton of Sexual Assault Calls to Other Alleged Victims

Kathleen Willey Who Accused Bill Clinton of Sexual Assault Calls to Other Alleged Victims

Kathleen Willey, one of the women who famously accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault, used a radio interview on Sunday to call on other female victims of Bill Clinton to contact her and consider going public.

Stated Willey: “As we get closer to the election, I would like to ask once again if there are any women out there who have been assaulted, sexually harassed, raped by Bill Clinton to please, please find the courage to write to me and tell me about it.”

Speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” this reporter’s talk radio program, Willey stated that other possible victims can reach her at her website AScandalADay.com.

“As we get closer to the election, we cannot let this woman back into the White House,” she said. “This is one way to keep them out of the White House and get rid of them forever because they just need to go away. We’re sick of their dysfunctional family and all of their scandals every single day.”

Willey has previously detailed acts of intimidation she says were meant to silence her when she first made her accusations public in 1998.

She was asked whether she believes possible female victims should feel safe to go public this election season.

Willey replied:

I think it’s much safer now because the word is out that this is what they’ve done to women. And we’re all telling the same story. All of our stories are similar. And now that the word is out that that’s what they have done to many women, and many women out there who are still afraid to talk, it’s much safer now for them to come out.

Nobody can go after them now. Nobody can threaten them now because the word is out. The Clintons wouldn’t dare try to even do that, so I think they are much safer now if they do try to do that.

Regarding possible Clinton victims who contact her, Willey stated, “I can guarantee you your anonymity if that’s the way you want it.”

“I can guarantee you protection if you decide to go forward,” she added. “You will have a number of women stand with you and you will be protected.”

This is not the first time that Willey has broadcast such a message. In July 2015, she launched her website on this reporter’s radio program and stated that the website was in part aimed at recruiting other women who may have been victimized by the Clintons.

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