Another Bill Clinton sexual assault accuser has stepped forward, ending her many years of silence about a horrific ordeal that still haunts her to this day. The mainstream media are again circling the wagons around Hillary Clinton and refusing to give this shocking story any air time or print space. Biased much?
Leslie Millwee claimed Bill Clinton groped her and forcibly rubbed his body against hers on two separate occasions—climaxing each time. Millwee also said Clinton showed up at her apartment several times, pounding on the door for several minutes while trying to talk himself inside. Leslie refused to open the door.
The most recent Bill Clinton sexual assault accuser was a television news reporter in Arkansas in 1980. Leslie Millwee also said she has been deliberating about sharing her story since 1998 when the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke.
Millwee said she was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton in a small editing room at her television station, KLMN-TV, which covered the Fort Smith and Fayetteville area. Millwee was known by her screen name, Leslie Derrick, at the time.
Millwee ultimately decided to maintain her silence out of fear for herself and her children. Leslie said the way Monica Lewinsky and other women who bravely stepped forward to say they had been raped, sexually abused, or had an affair with Bill Clinton were treated by the media and the Clintons prompted her decision to keep quiet.
Leslie also maintains that any time she was around Bill Clinton, he singled her out and used “inappropriate gestures” to do so. Clinton also allegedly made inappropriate comments to the reporter, such as “Hey pretty girl. How are you today?”
According to Millwee, Bill Clinton gave her half of one of his ties and told her that she should hang onto the tie and give him far more attention because he would one day be president. Leslie supplied an old reporter’s notebook to the Breitbart reporter who interviewed her to show where Bill Clinton had written his name on top of her own signature.
“And I said, ‘What are you doing? Giving me an autograph now?’ And he said, ‘No, I just wanted to show you how good Clinton looks on top of Leslie,’” Millwee added.
Hillary Clinton said all rape victims should be believed and supported during a stump speech earlier this year. Hillary should have added a disclaimer to her comment, “Only if they are not naming my husband as their accuser. If that happens, they will be viciously attacked in the public arena.”
Three of Leslie’s friends backed up her story, noting she had told them about the sexual assault in the late 1990s. When women accusing Donald Trump of groping them in years past told the mainstream media they had “proof” the incidents took place because they told friends about what had happened, the biased reporters referred to the gals’ pals as “witnesses” even though they saw or heard absolutely nothing firsthand.
Where is the mainstream media now regarding the case of Leslie Milwee?
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