More Of Hillary Clinton’s Alleged Illegal Wiretapping Exploits Uncovered
Hillary’s Brutal Tactics Exposed
October 22. 2007
Here’s an excerpt from a very interesting article, written by an author, detailing Hillary Clinton’s shady exploits that many in Washington have known about for years, but for fear of retaliation of the Anthony Pellicano variety, only spoke of it in private circles.
Numerous pieces are now surfacing in the public domain regarding her alleged improper and illegal conduct, even making its way to members of Congress, who are vowing to push the issue, and rightfully so. Give it time, this wiretapping and spying issue is going to be her downfall.
“This week, it was reported in the authoritative Capitol Hill newspaper, The Hill, that Don Van Natta Jr. and Jeff Gerth included some unsavory news about Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in “Her Way,” their recent book about her. Hillary, during the 1992 presidential campaign, “listened to a secretly recorded audiotape of a phone conversation of Clinton critics.” Washington observers appeared shocked. Mein Gott, where have they been all these years?
The Clintons have engaged in brute behavior for decades, much of it a matter of record. The Hill’s report moves me to list seven issues every American should know about the Clintons before 2008.
For years, the Clintons have bullied the press, political opponents, prosecutors and those women who caught Bill’s eye. Their successful efforts to suppress the recent GQ story by Josh Green show that their bullying continues. Since the 1980s, the Clintons have employed private investigators, for instance, Terry Lenzner, Jack Palladino and Anthony Pellicano, the latter of whom is a convicted felon.
Gennifer Flowers, Monica Lewinsky and Kathleen Willey are but the most famous of the many women who have been harassed by the Clintons’ private detectives. In my recent book, “The Clinton Crack-Up,” I report that at least one independent counsel in the 1990s took to carrying a gun after being harassed on Washington streets. The harassment was very similar to harassment my reporters experienced in Little Rock, Ark., in the mid-1990s.”
Story found here