An alleged former mistress of Bill Clinton is speaking out about the Democrat front runner and her sentiments are not a ringing endorsement.
Sally Miller recently spoke to the American Mirror about her three month affair with President Clinton in 1983 and how the former First Lady factored into it. She claims the Clinton’s child, Chelsea Clinton, was a political manipulation and calculated move, and that prior to her birth Hillary Clinton had several abortions.
“She had several abortions before she had Chelsea and it was only because Bill convinced her that if they were ever going to move up in politics that they had to have a child because that is what the political analysts had said,” Miller said.
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“They’ve gotta see her as a human. They have to see her — I think in society they always say, ‘If you were a mother, you can’t be half bad. There has to be some love or gentleness or compassion within in you birth a child,’ but that’s not true,” Miller insisted.
She took it one step further maintaining their was a larger reason why Hillary had such a cold attitude when it came to her relationship with President Clinton. Miller claimed Clinton told her his wife was a lesbian. “Bill told me!” she said. Miller also revealed an alleged conversation with the former president in which she asked, “Why do you think she is so uninterested in kissing and holding and just being close physically? Because I said, ‘why do you think she is so cold?'”
“He said that when she was in college that she and some girls experimented and she liked it. And that’s when the big feminist movement was moving forward and lesbianism was hot. It was more vogue for a woman to have a female partner than to have a male partner. She’s been an imposter all these years and yet even my own daughter said, ‘But mother, she deserves it. She’s worked for it,'” said Miller.
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Miller maintains Clinton’s attitude when it comes to her campaign for president is off base. “I’ve worked for a lot of things in my life that I didn’t get. I worked to be Miss America, I wasn’t awarded Miss America. But did I want to go out and end other people’s lives and mistreat them because of it? No, you can’t do that,” Miller said.
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