Kathleen Willey Warns Obama About the Clintons, Will Media Notice?
Kathleen Willey, the former White House volunteer who claimed in 1998 that President Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her, has written a letter warning Barack Obama about the former first couple.
Published at World Net Daily Monday, the letter outlined some of the tactics Willey believes the Clintons might use against Obama to thwart his presidential candidacy.
Will media, that have recently been scolding the former president for his odd behavior on the campaign trail, pay any attention to this public warning entitled "Obama: Watch Your Step!":
Dear Sen. Obama:Today I saw an e-mail sent out to your donors in which your wife states, "What we didn't expect, at least not from our fellow Democrats, are the win-at-all cost tactics we've seen recently. We didn't expect misleading accusations that willfully distort Barack's record."
Don't be naïve: When those "fellow Democrats" include Hillary Clinton, be ready to expect anything.
You'll also find that Hillary's operatives excel at accessing what you might think are private records, such as tax files – not just yours, but your friends and associates. Don't think for a minute that she wouldn't stoop so low! The Clintons have a long history of trying to intimidate opponents by first invading their personal records, and then releasing the information via their media enablers, naturally spun to reflect poorly on the person being attacked while Bill and Hillary stand there with "Who, me?" looks on their faces.
Think Willey will be Harry Smith's guest on the "Early Show" some time soon?
No, I don't either.