In her new book “Hillary The Other Woman: A Political Memoir,” former Bill Clinton mistress Dolly Kyle dropped a series of bombshells about his sex life that is sure to humiliate the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
According to Infowars, Kyle wrote that the then-president Clinton had a long list of women at his disposal to meet his “sex addiction.” One of these women was White House aide Marsha Scott, who carried out a disturbing Christmas tradition in which she gave Bill sex every year as a gift.
“I’ll introduce Marsha Scott,” Kyle wrote in chapter 44. “Billy and Marsha had known each other since the 1970s in Arkansas, and she went to Washington with him to work in the White House, as an aide. At some point, Marsha Scott reportedly told her boyfriend Danny Dwyer that she and Billy Clinton had had sex every Christmas for the past thirty years. ‘It’s my annual Christmas present to him,’ she supposedly said.”
“Marsha Scott and Billy Clinton had their sentimental Christmas anniversary sex every year, and she continued to aid him in whatever else he needed in the White House. Lying didn’t seem to bother either one of them,” Kyle continued, adding that Scott was only one of the thousands of women Bill has bedded. These women included “one prominent black female newscaster who used to brag openly around the television station about her relationship with the governor, although they were ‘only’ indulging in oral sex.”
Kyle also addressed the claims that Bill fathered a child with a black prostitute.
“Billy never denied the story of having an ongoing relationship with the black prostitute, and with her friends. Billy did deny having a black baby,” she wrote. “Anyone, including Hillary, who is familiar with the special dialect known as Clintonese, realizes that this is a true statement.”
“Billy could not have had ‘a black baby’ because Billy is not black. He could, however, have a half-black, half-white baby, but no one asked him about that,” Kyle added, going on to blaming the mainstream media for allowing the avoidance of “a full disclosure” or “at least a complete and dissectible lie.”
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