Thursday, September 19, 2013

SHOCKING NEW HILLARY CLINTON QUOTE/ALLEGATION IS ACTUALLY 18 YEARS OLD

Gennifer Flowers is about to start writing a column for the archive site of the late Bob Guccione, and she's promoting it with an interview in the Daily Mail. It's led to a lot of heavy breathing on the right because of this:
When rumours surfaced recently of an affair between Hillary Clinton and her transition office chief, Huma Abedin, 37, Gennifer was not surprised....

Gennifer said: 'I don't know Huma or the Weiners. I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn't care. He should know.

'He said Hillary had eaten more p***y than he had.'
You think that quote is going to lead to a Clinton defeat at the polls?

Well, it already failed once. You see, that's not a new allegation from Flowers. It's not even a new quote.

Flowers used it eighteen years ago in her book Passion and Betrayal, which, Google tells me, was previewed in the August 22, 1995, issue of The Advocate:





It didn't defeat Bill Clinton a year later. It won't defeat Hillary three years from now.

11 comments:

Examinator said...

No, but it will be a rallying point for the hyper God botherers.
Bi = gay = an abomination to god.

Do I believe it ....hmmm... Bill, like most egocentric males will say anything to justify getting their leg over. It not that far from the over used "my wife doesn't understand me."
( that's why I'm on the make)

Victor said...

"Gennifer Flowers is about to start writing a column for the archive site of the late Bob Guccione..."

Writing a column for the archive site of a deceased pornographer?*

And THAT'S not going to turn off of the Bible-bangers?

Incidentally, writing a column for the archive site of a deceased pornographer, is still several levels above writing for Tucker, and yet another several layers above the sub-basement site, the lowest possible level of all, on the internet - deceased (Not-at-all) Breitbart.

*NTTAAWWT - unless it's a child pornographer.
And Bob Guccioni had far more journalistic credibility, than many of today's MSM punTWITS - and certainly more than either Tucker or (Not-at-all) Breitbart.

Dennis said...
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Philo Vaihinger said...

Is it true? Was it contested at the time? Did Hillary sue? Did Bill deny he ever said it?

Dark Avenger said...

Glad to see you here, Dennis. Not getting enough attention at work these days?

Victor said...

Dennis, back from the crypt.

Steve M. said...

And just like that, he's gone.

marindenver said...

Gennifer's column is a sex advice column called something like "Ask Mistress Gennifer". So she just wants some titillating publicity for the links.

Examinator said...

Steve
You forgot the Abracadabra!

Philo Vaihinger
["Is it true? Was it contested at the time? Did Hillary sue? Did Bill deny
he ever said it?"]

true? So long as it doesn't interfere with her ability to do the job...who cares. Mind you I wouldn't mind the video rights if it was true. Then I could be both filthy and rich...instead just filthy... damn garden! ;-)
Why would either throw gas on the flames?...wiser to let it sink back into sludge of the mealy minded.
Besides which cost benefit analysis would be dubious at best.

Examinator said...

Jon
http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2013/09/20/decide-with-your-own-eyes-the-videos-of-the-chemical-attacks-in-syria-show-tampered-scenes/
Shades of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq hmmm ?

Steve M. said...

Well, if it's a conspiracy to deceive, then the UN and Human Rights Watch are in on the plot. A conspiracy so vast? I don't think so.