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Danney Williams Clintons son?, Bill Clinton father of “Danny”?, Mother Arkansas prostitute Bobbie Ann Williams, Citizen Wells reveals NewsMax Stephanopoulos threat articles, Hillary Clintons Banish Williams? More lies to be exposed

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 6:54
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Danney Williams Clintons son?, Bill Clinton father of “Danny”?, Mother Arkansas prostitute Bobbie Ann Williams, Citizen Wells reveals NewsMax Stephanopoulos threat articles, Hillary Clintons Banish Williams? More lies to be exposed

“Stephanopoulos warned on national television that there is an “Ellen Rometsch strategy” by “White House allies” to “bring down” perceived adversaries of the Clinton Administration – which includes everyone from reporters to investigators to members of Congress. Stephanopoulos confirmed to Judicial Watch, under oath, the existence of this “deterrent strategy.””…Judicial Watch August 20, 1998

“The fact of the matter is Hillary is a terrorist. I invite you to look up the definition of terrorism. It is the use of violence, threats, or intimidation to achieve a political aim”…Dolly Kyle Browning

“The devil’s in that woman.”…Miss Emma, Clinton’s cook, governor’s mansion

As I stated earlier, I firmly believe that the scrubbed and rejuvenated articles presented at Citizen Wells are just as important as the leaks presented by Wikileaks.

I also believe that the Danney (Danny) Williams story, the allegation that he is the illigitimate son of Bill Clinton, is important.

It reveals how the Clintons and their handlers treat people and the depth and scope of Bill Clinton’s debauchery.

From the Political Insider.

“Matt Drudge Drops BOMBSHELL – Clinton’s ‘Love Child’ Confirmed! BREAKING NEWS”

“This story first started to be investigated in 1992. While a paternity test supposedly disproved the claim, top Trump adviser Roger Stone announced that the paternity test doesn’t exist!

Interestingly, the story of the paternity test was first broken by the Drudge Report in 1999. That is leading top political insiders to wonder just what Matt Drudge knows about this bombshell news, which could have devastating consequences to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Bill Clinton reportedly had an affair with a prostitute in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her name is Bobbie Ann Williams, and she – along with her family – have passed multiple lie-dictator tests when asked if Clinton is the father of her illegitimate son Danny.

Buddy Young, a former Arkansas State Trooper, has admitted that in 1983, he drove Clinton and Bobbie to her mother’s home near Hot Springs for an extended, intimate visit while the mother was out-of-town. Both were paid $400 each, plus a $50 tip.

What makes the story so compelling is, Danny also looks like Bill!”

Hillary Clinton Had Bill’s Mixed Race Son Banished

From The Daily Beast May 21, 2016.

“My Quest to Find Bill Clinton’s Love Child”

“Mostly, the mainstream media has ignored the maybe-story of Danney Williams—if we’re going by those papers, after all, Hillary’s adopted alien baby should be graduating from college.

But I wondered what would happen if I tried to report it out. Is the problem, as Clinton critics allege, that reporters don’t pay attention to stories like that of Danney Williams? Or is the problem people like Danney Williams?

The story, laid out in great detail in the anti-Clinton opus The Clintons’ War on Women, goes like this: Clinton, then the governor of Arkansas, was out for a jog one day in 1984 in Little Rock when he met Bobbie Ann Williams (sometimes spelled Bobbi or Bobby), a 24-year-old prostitute, at a housing project. A few days later, Clinton jogged by again, but this time he solicited Williams for sex behind some bushes for $200.

Over the course of several months, they engaged in similar behavior more than a dozen times—mostly alone but also with additional female partners—often at Clinton’s mom’s house out in the country or at a downtown Little Rock Holiday Inn, where Clinton rented rooms under the name William Clay.

Eventually, Williams became pregnant. Her suspicion that Clinton was the father was confirmed when the baby was born on Dec. 7, 1985, white as could be. He had been the only white man she’d slept with the month the baby was conceived. She named her son Danney Lee Williams Jr., as a way to, perhaps perversely, honor her husband.”

On Feb. 18, 1992, the tale went from hometown rumor to saucy national story when it was published by The Globe, the weekly tabloid. “When I told him that he was the father of my baby, he just laughed,” Williams told The Globe, according to The Clintons’ War On Women. “He rubbed my big belly and said, ‘Girl, that can’t be my baby.’ But I knew it was. I just had this kind of woman’s feeling that this was his child.”

The Globe claimed Williams and Bolton had taken lie detector tests and both had passed, a common tabloid refrain. But despite the cinematic appeal, the story quickly faded away. It’d be six years before it cropped back up again in the news, thanks to the Internet.”

“In 1998, Bolton—the woman who raised Clinton’s alleged love child—started talking to Newsmax, the conservative website founded that year by Christopher Ruddy, a former New York Post reporter. Newsmax reported that George Stephanopoulos, the Clintons’ one-time communications director, had used threatening tactics to kill the story. When I asked Stephanopoulos about this in 2016, he referred me to a spokesperson for ABC, who asked me to provide the text of the Newsmax report. Neither Stephanopoulos or his spokesperson ever responded.

Bolton claimed to have talked to Hillary herself and she said she wanted Clinton to take a DNA test. In January 1999, the Drudge Report ran with the news that Star magazine, another tabloid, claimed it’d conducted one, using the analysis of Clinton’s DNA published by Kenneth Starr in the impeachment report and samples they’d taken from Danney, by then 13, and Bobbie.”

“Much of these flames have been stoked, naturally, by the authors of The Clintons’ War on Women, Roger Stone—a longtime Trump adviser—and Robert Morrow, a full-time conspiracy theorist.

In February, I sat down in Des Moines with Morrow, who admitted he had never met Danney, to talk about the story. “They made it up!” he said of Star magazine’s DNA test. “It’s Clinton-disinfo. It’s a planted story—a fake planted story. There was no DNA test. Prove it! Where? Danney don’t know about it. Star magazine didn’t know about. Stone talks to the current people who own those magazines [and] they say, ‘what are you talking about?’””

Here are NewsMax articles about George Stephanopoulos using threats to shut down people and stories. They have been resurrected.

From NewsMax Newsmax December 28, 1998 via Citizen News.

“Stephanopoulos Used Threat to Stifle Clinton Son Story”

“”I guarantee you that if you do this you’ll never work in Democratic politics again.”

That was the threat issued by George Stephanopoulos to Steve Dinari, director of Ross Perot’s Illinois campaign, when Dinari informed him that he was ready to go public with a credible allegation that Bill Clinton had fathered an illegitimate son.

It was the day before the 1992 election. Stephanopoulos was in Clinton’s Little Rock campaign headquarters nervously anticipating the next day’s returns when a secretary told him that Dinari was on the phone and “he wants to talk to someone confidentially.”

Stephanopoulos’ side of their conversation was captured on videotape by a film crew preparing a documentary on the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign, which was released the next year under the title “The War Room.”

Dinari informed Stephanopoulos, then campaign communications director, that he had names, addresses, and phone numbers of people who could back the story up. In a tense moment of election-eve panic, the Clinton wunderkind barked into the phone:

“It’s completely bullshit! If you went on the radio and said that Bill Clinton is the father of an illegitimate black child, you will be laughed at. People will think you’re crazy. … You will be embarrassed before the national press corps. People will think, nobody will believe you, and people will think you’re scum.”

Then Stephanopoulos changed tack, pointing out to Dinari that his cooperation on the Danny Williams bombshell would not go unnoticed: “If you don’t do it, it will cause you some temporary pain with people who tomorrow aren’t going to matter. And you have a campaign that understands that in a difficult time you did something right.”

With a video camera rolling just a few feet away, Stephanopoulos was quick to qualify his hint of possible favors for Dinari’s silence, adding: “I mean, it doesn’t mean anything. We can’t do anything for you specifically or anything like that.”

Nine months earlier, Globe magazine carried a report on Little Rock prostitute Bobbie Ann Williams, who alleged that during one of 13 sexual encounters with then-Gov. Clinton in 1984, she conceived her son, Danny. Photos as well as eyewitness accounts attest to Danny’s resemblance to Clinton.

Both Bobbie Ann and a corroborating witness, her sister Lucille Bolton, submitted to lie-detector tests to bolster their accounts. Both passed.

Dinari was told by Stephanopoulos that the story had already been investigated and rejected by “every major national news organization,” which, according to several sources close to the Danny Williams story, is altogether untrue.

In interviews with this fall, Bolton, who acts as family spokesperson, said that only Globe magazine had looked into the story in 1992 and that in the intervening six years was “the only one I’ve talked to.”

Robert “Say” McIntosh, the Little Rock community activist responsible for publicizing the story locally, told that the Arkansas Democrat Gazette as well as other news organizations he contacted refused to cover the explosive allegations.

Bolton told that Danny now “wants the truth to come out” and that his current guardian, Shirley Howard, would like to see the president submit to a paternity test.

Stephanopoulos would use the same tactics four years later, when similarly damaging charges surfaced in a book by an FBI agent who had just retired from his post at the Clinton White House. Gary Aldrich’s “Unlimited Access” featured allegations of illicit presidential sex and an insider’s view of an unprecedented breakdown in White House security.”

From Judicial Watch August 20, 1998 via Citizen News.

“Judicial Watch finds pattern of lying by Clinton allies

Stephanopoulos sanctioned, Carville rebuked by court

Judicial Watch Seeks Court Order to Re-Question Stephanopoulos About White House Ally Smear Campaign

Both George Stephanopoulos and James Carville were recently found by a court to have been less than forthright in the Judicial Watch Filegate civil suit. Stephanopoulos, a former advisor to President Clinton, was sanctioned by the court for making unbelievable statements under oath. Specifically, the court found that Stephanopoulos’ “claims of memory loss are simply not believable” and some of his sworn testimony was “not truthful.” As a result, Stephanopoulos was sanctioned by the court and will be forced to pay thousands of dollars in attorney’s costs and fees to Judicial Watch. (Will ABC follow The Boston Globe’s and The New Republic’s lead?)

Another Clinton ally, James Carville, was also admonished by the court for “piecemeal disclosure” of his availability for a court-ordered deposition. The court also found “impropriety” in Carville’s activities and rebuked Carville and his attorney for “active[ly] misleading” the court.

Stephanopoulos warned on national television that there is an “Ellen Rometsch strategy” by “White House allies” to “bring down” perceived adversaries of the Clinton Administration – which includes everyone from reporters to investigators to members of Congress. Stephanopoulos confirmed to Judicial Watch, under oath, the existence of this “deterrent strategy.” Historically, the “Ellen Rometsch strategy” refers to the misuse of FBI files to blackmail members of Congress to prevent an investigation into President John Kennedy’s alleged affair with East German spy Ellen Rometsch. In light of the fact that the Clinton Internet front, Salon Magazine, also confirmed the existence of this “scorched-earth plan” last week, Judicial Watch is seeking a court order to force Stephanopoulos to tell Judicial Watch who the “White House allies” are.

“Stephanopoulos and Salon put out the word about a blackmail operation to protect President Clinton from the consequences of his sordid activities,” stated Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman. “Unless we quickly find out who the ‘White House allies’ are, more innocent people could be hurt.””

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