A pre-release on Roger Stone’s latest book The Clintons’ War on Women promises a map of the “arc of Bill and Hillary’s crimes and cover-ups.” You’d expect no less of a political analyst who never pulls punches and has probably seen more insider politics than 99 percent of his professional peers.
Stone calls Hillary “hypocritical” for claiming to be an “advocate of women and girls.”
“If Hillary intends to build her campaign around an appeal to women, her campaign is built on quicksand…Hillary is a life-time abuser of women and her advocacy on women issues rings hollow.”
The advance notes indicate Stone will delve allegations that Bill Clinton raped 19 year old Eileen Wellstone when he attended Oxford, and that was the reason he was “thrown out.”
Other allegations include, “Bill’s serial sexual assaults on…Juanita Broaddrick, Carolyn Moffet, Liz Ward Gracen, Becky Brown, Helen Dowdy, Paula Jones, Kathy Fergusen, Christy Zercher and Kathleen Willey among dozens of others.”
Other than the Monica Lewinsky affair, Bill’s settlement with Paula Jones, a government employee during his tenure as governor of Arkansas, was a very high profile case. Despite the Clintons’ claims of innocence, left of center newspaper The Washington Post reported in 1998:
“The extraordinary case came to an extraordinary finale, with the defendant agreeing to pay $850,000 even though the plaintiff originally only asked for $700,000 when she filed suit — and even though the case was dismissed without a trial.”
Stone also alleges:
“The identities of Clinton Presidential Library’s multi-million dollar donors, such as the Sultan of Brunei, a pedophile sultan, who maintains an under-age harem of girls in the country he rules, regimes who oppress women and even a convicted sex criminal.”
These claims are a small slice of a big pie Stone promises to serve up in his forthcoming book.
Stone’s book on Lyndon Baines Johnson alleged the late president, a Texas Democrat, was part of a conspiracy in the killing of President John F. Kennedy. Although some critics took issue with Stone’s allegations, anyone who has read the broad body of work on the JFK assassination must concede Stone makes some very valid points in that book.
Stone is a political icon who worked on eight national presidential campaigns, served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents, and has appeared on virtually every major network as an analyst. Stone left the party to join the Libertarian Party recently.
Stone’s co-writer Robert Morrow is a political researcher and historian with expertise on the Clintons, the Bushes, and other political matters. He holds a history degree from Princeton and an MBA from the University of Texas.
Stone said, “Hillary’s hypocrisy is stunning…The key to defeating Hillary is to prove who she really is to women voters.”
Expect a loud outcry and denials from the Clintons’ defenders, but also expect a page turner if this book is anything like Stone’s other works. Stone pens a regular column at his website Stone Zone.
The Clintons’ War on Women will be released on October 13, and it is available for pre-order at amazon and other leading booksellers. [Day on the Day does not run ads from amazon; no benefits are derived if you order the book there.]
(Commentary by Kay B. Day; source document publisher release/Sept. 11, 2015)