Ex-lover to Bill Clinton has revealed a more personal and nastier side to the Clintons. Question is, can we take her for her word?
Bill and Hillary Clinton profess to have always been supporters of racial equality, but anecdotes published in a new book by his ex-lover claim otherwise.
Hillary was heard calling mentally challenged children ‘f*****g ree-tards’ and caught on record blurting out the terms ‘stupid k**e and ‘f***ing Jew b*****d’, while Bill called the Reverend Jesse Jackson a ‘G**damned n****r’.
Bill was also sued several times by blacks and Hispanics for violations of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Dolly Kyle – who was just 11 when she first crossed paths with Bill, dated him through high school and began sleeping with him once they graduated – published the claims about the Clinton couple’s racial epithets and politics in her new book, Hillary: The Other Woman, published by WND Books.
She writes of one occasion, when developmentally challenged children were having difficulty picking up the eggs at a traditional Easter egg hunt on the grounds of the governor’s mansion during Bill’s tenure in the Arkansas state house.
Reluctant hostess Hillary had enough.
‘The frustrated Me-First Lady demanded, “When are they going to get those f*****g ree-tards out of here?”‘ Dolly writes.
Behind the Reverend Jesse Jackson’s back, the Clinton duo called him, ‘That G**damned n****r’.
Dolly claims the couple used the same insult toward Robert ‘Say’ McIntosh, one of the leading African-American activists in Little Rock, Arkansas when Bill was governor. McIntosh was dogging Clinton about ongoing relationships with black prostitutes, q charge, she says, Bill never denied.
Clinton never denied stories that he was having an ongoing relationship with one black prostitute as well as her friends. He did deny a rumor that he had fathered a child with a black prostitute while governor and took a DNA test that was reported as negative.
Rumors of the trysts throughout Little Rock and were aided by ‘one prominent black female newscaster who used to brag openly around the television station about her relationship with the governor, although they were ‘only’ indulging in oral sex’.
Bill Clinton and Dolly grew up with Jim Crow laws in place in the plantation mentality of the South and they were in full force during the 1950s and ’60s.
It was a segregated society in Hot Springs at that time. Black and white students went to different schools. In the movie theaters, black people had to watch the movie from a balcony, use separate bathrooms and water fountains.
‘Signs that separated ‘WHITES’ and ‘COLORED’ were deadly serious and always enforced’, Dolly writes.
In Arkansas, everyone had to pay a $2 poll tax to vote, and the cost was a huge sum for many black people.
The black vote was further diluted by ‘gerrymandering, a wide-spread practice of dividing electoral districts along racial lines to dilute the black vote’.
Not one black was voted into the Arkansas legislation in hundreds of elections.
In the 1980s, Clinton was sued several times by blacks and Hispanics for violations of the 1965 Voting Rights Act and he lost every case.
The district lines were redrawn under court order.
Ben McGee was a black Democrat was elected to the state legislature in 1988. Clinton tried to replace McGee with a white Democrat of his choice, claims Dolly.
The case went all the way to the Supreme Court was ruled 8-0 against Clinton and the Arkansas officials who challenged McGee’s election.
In the 1980s, Hispanics were moving into Arkansas in greater numbers and Clinton began racial profiling against Hispanics, she claims.
He instituted the racial profiling program three years after his brother, Roger Clinton went to prison in 1985 for dealing cocaine.
The program was initially part of his anti-drug program, although Roger’s drug suppliers and buyers were white.
‘For no good reason, Bill and Hillary decided to profile Hispanics as drug dealers,’ Dolly writes.
State troopers now had the authority to stop and search any vehicle remotely suspect of carrying drugs.
‘Specifically, the troopers were to stop and search cars driven by Hispanics, especially those cars with Texas license plates.’
Clinton was sued in federal court for his Criminal Apprehension Program that was ruled unconstitutional.
‘Billy threw one of his infamous temper tantrums about the ban on his racial profiling of Hispanics and he threatened to renew the racial profiling program in spite of the court’s ruling’, Dolly reports.
Racial profiling remained in Clinton’s head and several years later, he gave state troopers the right to stop and search any car.
Bill and Hillary have been very verbal in criticizing racial profiling as a ‘morally indefensible, deeply corrosive practice’.
Clinton’s crime bill, the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, was dubbed the ‘three strikes’ law and is one which has incarcerated over 2.5 million people, predominately poor people of color who could not afford lawyers during their trials.
The ‘three strikes’ rule sent people to jail for a petty crime or a major felony. It meant prison for life on the third offense, whatever that happened to be.
Clinton’s solution was to ‘lock ’em up and throw away the key’, Dolly writes. Now he could claim credit for less unemployment.