Dolly Kyle unloads on duo's history of corruption in bestselling new book
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Almost no one knows Bill Clinton better than Dolly Kyle, the ex-president’s former childhood friend, confidante and lover. And in a recent interview with Sean Hannity, Kyle leveled an explosive charge at presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, one which could rock the 2016 presidential election.
Kyle said to Sean Hannity, “Watch the imperious way Hillary treats anyone beneath her, especially young black women.”
Hannity asked if Kyle was accusing the former first lady of racism. Kyle did not back down, repeating the charge and even saying the same could be true of the man she calls “Billy” Clinton.
“I am absolutely suggesting she’s racist,” she said. “And I talk in the book about the racial discrimination lawsuits that were filed against Billy when he was governor that were filed by blacks and by Hispanics. Did you know that at one point he told the Arkansas state police to stop and search every car driven by a Hispanic in the state of Arkansas? And they sued him, took him to federal court, he got reprimanded by a federal judge, and he got so mad about that, he told the state troopers they could stop and search any car they wanted to search.”
The scandal is just one of the dozens Kyle describes in her new book “Hillary: The Other Woman,” which is now rocketing up the charts at Amazon.com and is the No. 1 new release in the category of “Presidents and Heads of State Biographies.” It has already gotten more than 50 exuberant reviews and boasts an average of 4.8 out of five stars.
Dolly’s engrossing book – her analysis, opinions, commentary and conclusions as a trained lawyer, her life experiences as a brilliant but emotionally damaged woman who is a rape survivor, a loving mother and a clear-eyed citizen with a deep well of conscience – is an important read and should be thoughtfully considered before casting your vote in November, 2016. Our future depends on it.
Many books have filled the shelves about the Clintons over the years, but none of them have come close to tracing the “why” and the “how” a couple, seemingly not cut out of the same cloth, became a political dynasty. Her entanglement with the Clintons began on a golf course where she met Billy when she was eleven years old and he was twelve, almost thirteen. Dolly was his girlfriend before Hillary ever arrived on the scene. Her entanglement continued throughout decades, including the time when she was interviewed to become the “chief witness at the anticipated Senate trial,” during the Clinton impeachment hearings – a trial that never took place. It would take the author years to piece together what she has presented here, and yet another decade to come to grips with reporting what happened. This historical record of the Clintons is a must read for every millennial voting today.
Every American should read her book. I will do my part in spreading the truth by telling all who cross my path to do just that.
Kyle had a longstanding sexual relationship with Clinton both before and after he married Hillary Rodham. The relationship came to an abrupt end however when she says she was threatened by Bill Clinton through her own brother when the media started to get wind of the affair.
“If you cooperate with the media, we will destroy you” was the chilling warning.
During the interview, Sean Hannity said the pattern of threats and intimidation made against Kyle is “very much consistent of a pattern” when it comes to the Clintons.
“If you listen to Juanita [Broaddrick], if you listen to Kathleen [Willey], if you listen to Paula [Jones], those are names that are well known, but now there’s a whole new generation of people, of millennials who are supporting Bernie Sanders over Hillary in large numbers, who don’t know all of this,” Hannity said.
Kyle’s book, he suggested, is a way for many people to find out the truth about the Clintons’ past. The talk show titan also slammed the mainstream media for its eagerness to smear presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump with false stories even while pretending the Clintons’ have nothing to hide.
“Now The New York Times, their story on Donald Trump was debunked, but I don’t see the major exposés on the numerous women that claimed not only consensual relationships but also those women who were exposed to, in the case of Paula Jones, or in the case of Katherine Willey, groped and grabbed and fondled and touched and kissed against her will,” Hannity said. “Or in the case of Juanita Broaddrick, saying that she was raped by Bill Clinton. I’ve interviewed these women. A lot of people in the mainstream media, they say, ‘Oh well, that’s been debunked!’ You ask them where it’s been debunked and it’s never been debunked. It’s just their narrative and their support of the Clintons.”
Hannity slammed the mainstream media as inherently dishonest.
“And we’ve learned an awful lot in the last week about the media,” he thundered. “Katie Couric inserting 8 seconds to make a gun group look terrible when in fact they answered immediately. We have the case of Telemundo and a cameraman choreographing protesters who were actually in the process of leaving the protest about how to sit, where to sit, how to hold the flag so that this guy can get his shot in. That was exposed. Then of course the New York Times hit piece was exposed. All the women that were supposedly abused by Donald Trump came out in his defense. And the women stated that The New York Times purposefully manipulated what they said and took out of context what they said.”
In contrast to phony reports from the mainstream media, Kyle’s book contains years of personal revelations about Bill and Hillary Clinton from a witness who was there and who is prepared to stand by what she said. It’s also a deeply personal journal of survival from a woman who was assaulted by a friend of former President Bill Clinton, who then went on to watch her childhood friend go on to abuse women in much the same way she was abused.
As is related in the book, Kyle lost her virginity at age 16 when she was drugged and raped by a friend of Bill Clinton. She didn’t tell anyone until many years later, when she told Clinton himself. Clinton said, “I’m sorry that happened to you.”
“A year later,” says Kyle, “he raped Juanita Broaddrick.”
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