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Bill Clinton Sex Assault Accuser Comes Forward With ‘Proof & Witnesses’ (WATCH)

She sent an audio recording to Chuck Schumer, saying she has ‘proof’ unlike Christine Blasey Ford. Will Dems take her seriously?

John Salvatore

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In late 2016, Leslie Millwee went public.

She claims former President Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her.

Not once. Not twice.

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But multiple times.

Millweed alerted Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY), who promptly did nothing.

Millweed wanted Schumer (and Democrats) to know she has “proof and witnesses,” unlike Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford.

From 100 Percent Fed Up:

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Leslie Millwee says she was thinking about coming out publicly around 1998, when the Monica Lewinsky scandal began to dominate the national conversation. But at the time, she says she decided to remain quiet, in part fearing for her children after watching the way other Clinton sex accusers were treated by the Clintons and the news media.

Three of Millwee’s friends told Breitbart News that she told them in the late 1990’s that Clinton sexually assaulted her while she was a reporter and that the future president allegedly knocked on her apartment door.

Millwee claims the assaults took place in a small, isolated editing room at her now-defunct station, KLMN-TV, which covered the Fort Smith/Fayetteville markets. At the time Millwee reported under the assumed name Leslie Derrick.

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Why is Millweed not taken seriously but a woman like Christine Blasey Ford is?

Blasey Ford is set to cash in to the tune of $1 million.

Not only that, but Palo Alto, California is now set to publicly honor Ford for her “bravery.”

More on Ford:

A research psychologist and biostatistician, Ford teaches at Palo Alto University in consortium with Stanford University. Data show the typical PAU professor earns a salary of $150,000 per year. She has written or helped write more than 50 books, journals and articles. Outside of academia, she does consulting work for pharmaceutical firms, including helping design clinical trials. According to a recent Who’s Who profile, she is also director of biostatistics for Corcept Therapeutics, a Menlo Park, Calif., drug development firm with $160 million in sales, for which she’s worked since 2003.

Her husband, Russell B. Ford, is a Silicon Valley biomechanical engineer and inventor who holds several patents on medical devices.

Aside from possible financial incentives, critics say Ford clearly had a political motive to come forward with her unsubstantiated charges against Kavanaugh. They note that she is a registered Democrat who has made contributions earmarked for Bernie Sanders, the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. She also marched against Trump’s stance on climate change and signed a letter speaking out against the Republican president’s immigration policies. Trump nominated the conservative Kavanaugh last summer.

Sex crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, the woman who asked the majority of questions for Republicans during Ford’s testimony before the Judiciary Committee, appears to have completely exonerated Kavanaugh.

As noted by Jacob Wohl, “Rachel Mitchell finds Ford’s allegations totally suspect, potentially fraudulent.”

Kind of a big deal.

Mitchell notes: “The activities of congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford’s attorney’s likely affected her account.”

If you haven’t seen the full thing, here’s Ford’s opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee:

Two GoFundMe’s for Ford have amassed over $842,000.

A third is at $120,000.

Ford noted: “The costs for security, housing, transportation and other related expenses are much higher than we anticipated and they do not show signs of letting up.”

“Funds received via this account will be used to help us pay for these mounting expenses.”

A spokeswomen for GoFundMe said Ford can withdraw as much cash as she wants…whenever she wants…for any reason.

Over 21,000 people have donated to Ford’s GoFundMe.

Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh dropped $10,000.

Ford and her husband currently live in a $3.3 million home in Palo Alto, California.

 

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