Skip to comments.Bill Clinton Privately Mocked Paula Jones as an Attention-Seeking 'Floozy' (deserved IRS audit)
Posted on 01/06/2016 10:48:24 AM PST by Zakeet
Bill Clinton dismissed Paula Jones in the 1990s as a "floozy" and a "nobody" who was only suing him for sexual harassment in order to have her "moment in the sun," according to an audio diary recorded at the time by one of his closest confidantes.
Clinton's friend and biographer, Taylor Branch, took notes on a late-night conversation he had with the president on Oct. 2, 1997, and immediately recorded them into an audio diary. The recordings were recently obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
According to Branch's diary, Clinton discussed the pending sexual harassment lawsuit brought against him by former Arkansas government employee Paula Jones, who claimed he unzipped his pants and asked her to perform a sex act on him in a Little Rock hotel room in 1991.
Clinton also said he believed the IRS had good reason to audit Jones, although he said he did not order the agency to target her. Jones was audited in 1997 during her lawsuit against Clinton, and her supporters claim she was singled out for political reasons.
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That nobody floozy should have been grateful for Bubba showing her his little bent Billy ...
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An eExecutive sexually propositions low-level employee. She sues for harassment and he lies under oath.
Mocks his victim.
What a guy.
Anyone else remember the “women don’t lie” about this stuff mantra that applied right up until if was an important Democrat being accused?
Is Clinton’s voice heard in this tape?
She got $850,000 of the Clintons' hard stolen dollars.
Clinton Settles Paula Jones Lawsuit for $850,000
Didn’t he try to change the outcome of the trial but giving her talking points? Didn’t Linda Tripp record him or Lewinsky talking about the talking points?
If true, this is more severe than lying under oath (IMO). Witness tampering, etc.
(Anyone recall for certain?)
I believe the part when Clinton said he did not order the IRS to audit Paula Jones. The IRS goes after enemies of the Democrat party automatically.
We all hate women that file false sexual type claims against well known people AND we all know that it does happen.
That said, Bill Clinton, aka Bill “the rapist” Clinton, just to name one, has a problem. The problem is that he is a convicted LIAR and a serial liar and thus a low life. I would believe a Paula Jones over his sorry ass any day of the week.
And, by the way, we will save Orgy Island comments for another day.
Trump is going to blow Ms. Clinton off the stage.
Bill is hanging with the pedophiles these days.
“Honey, play my flute”. And Paula Jones is the bad one here? I don’t think so.
It was for lying under oath.
Trump has begun asking Hillary the largely rhetorical question about how Bill Clinton and Bill Cosby are different.
For one thing, we don’t think her husband used drugs.
According to Slick Willie, in every case, when he appeared, these women fell over on their backs, dropped their drawers, spread their legs and smiled at him.
He wasn’t clear if that was BEFORE or AFTER he smacked them in the mouth!
I kid you not...he said it on an NPR tribute program the day after Teddy descended into hell.
Just two of the many combatants in the Rat Party's "War On Women".
If Paula Jones was seeking attention and all that, Bill needs to realize that he started it all when he stuck his penis in her face.
That sort of event is quite unnerving to women. He’s really not getting that???
That’s what happens when you say no to Slick Willie.
Paula Jones’s lawyers were the ones who turned up Monica Lewinsky, as I recall.
That nobody got almost one million dollars out of Clinton & had him disbarred....not bad IMO.
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