Women who allege former President Bill Clinton sexually assaulted them are calling for Congress to release the names of members of the House of Representatives who have paid off the victims of sexual harassment with a mysterious tax-payer funded “slush fund.”
After the sexual harassment allegations brought down Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, dozens of women and men have blown the whistle on the predatory practices of media figures ranging from actor Kevin Spacey and Russel Simmons to news anchors Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose . . .
Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Leslie Milwee, all of whom claim Clinton dramatically changed their lives, jeopardized their careers and tarnished their reputations, are demanding Congress reveal the identity of the lawmakers who have played off victims of sexual indiscretions with taxpayer dollars.
“I have just one thing to say to all of you congressmen and all of you senators: We pay you,” Willey told WND. “You owe us. You owe us answers, you owe us an explanation. How did that fund start? Who started it? Who got it going?”
“Why is everybody covering for these people? Why are they being allowed to get away with this horrible, horrendous treatment of women with no accountability whatsoever to anyone?” (Read more from “Clinton Sex Accusers: Open Secret Slush Fund” HERE)