Just weeks after publicly claiming that former first lady Hillary Clinton was waging a ‘war on women’ by enabling her husband’s philandering ways, the aide who accused the former president of groping her in the White House has penned an article for a far-right-wing blog under the headline ‘America Deserves Better Than the Clintons.’
Kathleen Willey was a Democratic fundraiser volunteering in the White House during Bill Clinton’s presidency who claims the former president kissed and groped her inside a private study off of the Oval Office.
Now, with a potential presidential run by Hillary Clinton in the works, Willey has resurfaced to warn the American public about the ‘dysfunctional’ former first family.
The basis for much of Willey’s latest criticism of the Clintons stems from Hillary Clinton’s handling of the attack in Benghazi, Libya, that led to the deaths of four Americans, including ambassador Chris Stevens.
‘The last time we saw Hillary Clinton as our secretary of state, she was testifying before a congressional committee about Benghazi,’ Willey writes in the column published on WND.com. ‘During that meeting on Jan. 22, 2013, we heard her shriek, “What difference does it make?”
‘Earlier, right before one of the presidential debates, on Oct. 15, 2012, Hillary stated during a series of interviews that she, as secretary of state, was responsible for the security of the embassy staff. “The buck stops here.”
‘I remember being so surprised when I heard it, but I was immediately suspicious,’ Willey concludes.
Willey qualifies her shock by claiming that ‘taking responsibility for anything is rare’ for the Clintons.
She goes on to say the former secretary of state knows more than she’s willing to reveal about the Benghazi attack.
‘If it is revealed that she played a major part in the demise of our four patriots, as we suspect she did, she might want to consider retreating from public life once and for all and, together with her husband, play the role of senior stateswoman,’ she writes.
Willey concludes her commentary by simply stating that ‘we deserve better’ than the Clintons.
In February, Willey made claims that when she was secretary of state, Hillary Clinton orchestrated a series of investigations designed to discredit the many women who have claimed her husband sexually assaulted them
‘The point is what this woman is capable of doing to other women while she’s running a campaign, basically, on women’s issues,’ she said. ‘It just doesn’t make any sense.’
‘She single-handedly orchestrated every one of the investigations of all these women.’
She suspects Hillary Clinton of covering up ‘nothing short of serious sexual harassment’ in her case.
And addressing claims by some Democrats that Republican politicians are conducting a so-called ‘war on women’ through their social policies, Willey turned the notion on its head.
‘Hillary Clinton is the war on women, and that’s what needs to be exposed here!’ she exclaimed.