Bill Clinton

Two of the Biggest Names in Democratic Sexual Deviance Address Party Convention

Two of the most powerful names in Democratic sexual deviance were featured back-to-back on the second night of the Democratic National Convention. Caroline Kennedy, the aristocrat daughter of former President John F. Kennedy, and her annoying son Jack Schlossberg addressed the virtual convention on Tuesday, followed immediately by former President Bill Clinton.

There’s The Rub! Photos Show Bill Clinton Getting Massaged by Jeffrey Epstein Victim

'Slick Willy' needed 'kink' worked out while waiting to board 'Lolita Express'

Disgraced former president Bill Clinton, a serial philanderer and suspected pervert, has somehow managed to avoid being thoroughly canceled by the bitter scolds who run the Democratic Party and their allies in the U.S. media. He is scheduled to address the virtual Democratic convention on Tuesday.

Clinton Paramour Arrested in FBI Sex Trafficking Probe

Guest at Chelsea's wedding charged with enabling pedophile

Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and alleged lover of former president Bill Clinton, was arrested Thursday on charges related to the myriad sex crimes of Clinton associate Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire pedophile presumed to have been murdered by Hillary.

CANCELED: Every Democratic President of the 20th Century

Everyone is being canceled these days, from popular U.S. presidents such as Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant to "a middle-aged white woman named Sue Schafer" who wore a bad costume in 2018. For whatever reason, living Democratic officials like Virginia governor Ralph Northam and middle-aged white celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel have not, despite committing blatantly cancel-worthy offenses.

Hillary Clinton Can’t Stop Running

Review: 'Hillary' docuseries on Hulu

"I have no regrets; I'm a very grateful person," twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says toward the end of Hillary, the new Hulu documentary series about her life. Like many of her public statements over the years, especially those requiring a modicum of self-reflection, it's not very convincing. The average viewer will understand by then, if they've managed to suffer through the full four-hour running time, what Hillary wishes she could say in front of the camera: "I don't deserve this; I've done nothing wrong."