More Women May Come Forward To Accuse Bill Clinton

If one person comes out and accuses a former United States President, and husband of a current Presidential candidate, that’s one person too many. When multiple people have done so, as they have in Bill Clinton’s case, that’s even worse, but if new reports are anything to go by, then even more might come forward against him.

During an interview with Sean Hannity, Roger Stone, the author of a book called The Clintons’ War On Women, said that he had identified 24 women who had been assaulted by Bill Clinton, but not all of them had come forward because they were terrified. One woman, Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her when he was running to be Arkansas Governor, wrote on Twitter that Hillary Clinton had tried to silence her, and Stone points out that many of these women had their families threatened and were audited by the IRS.

What this means is that there may be even more women who have not come forward against Bill Clinton because they are too terrified, but may do so now because they feel they have a voice. American media was silent on Clinton’s sex life for years, but the attention that has been brought to it now has made these women comfortable talking about the alleged misconducts again.

Stone mentioned to Hannity that he wasn’t just talking about affairs like what happened between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky, but about sexual assaults.

You can listen to Stone’s interview with Hannity here: