Uppity Senior Citizen
Gold Supporting Member
- Jun 20, 2009
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One:If you have direct information about wrongdoing, then you should contact the FBI with that information.I lived right across the river from Arkansas until 1984, serviced a lot of industries in Arkansas, had several close friends in Arkansas, two from the Highway Patrol, one from the Arkansas General Assembly.When Slick Willy was Governor, he would have his Highway Patrol/Chauffeur drive around Little Rock High Schools, cruising for chicks.Bill's inability to control his dick is legendary. Certainly possible that perv was drilling little girls, but I'll believe he pays a price when I see him in a courtroom...
Nothing would surprise me with that guy.
Some of my knowledge of Slick Willy's behavior as Governor came directly from these three.
Much more came from documented articles concerning Mena, Arkansas and the drugs/guns (think Iran-Contra) trades that utilized that little airport until a plane crash exposed the connection.
Clinton was tacitly complicit in massive amounts of cocaine smuggled into the United States.
Here's a link from a recent article:
Judicial Watch recently obtained new documents related to mysterious Mena Airfield in Arkansas. They shed more light on what happened at Mena and what then-Governor Bill Clinton knew about it. Strange events unfolded at Mena, a small city in remote western Arkansas, in the 1980s. When Bill...www.judicialwatch.org
Read what I wrote, dummy. What I know qualifies as hearsay. It's only my trust in the honesty and ethics of the three people I mentioned and their close association with Clinton that erases all doubt in my mind that it's true.
This all happened in the 1980s. Clinton has gone from Governor of Arkansas to President of the United States and endured all sorts of investigations into his Iran-Contra cocaine smuggling/gun running and sexcapades along the way.
Watch the video in Post #35 and get back to me in 2.5 hours. You might even learn a tidbit about our current US Attorney General William P. Barr.