Thursday 14 December 2017


Juanita Broaddrick accuses Bill Clinton of raping her during his 1978 campaign for Arkansas governor.

Kathleen Willey says that Clinton kissed her, fondled her breasts, and forced her to touch his crotch during a meeting in the Oval Office in 1993, while Willey was a volunteer in the White House correspondence office.

Former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones alleged that in 1991 she was approached by state police and told that Clinton, then the governor, wanted to meet with her.

The policeman escorted Jones to Clinton's hotel room in Little Rock, where he propositioned her for sex and exposed his genitals to her.

Leslie Millwee, a former television reporter, came forward publicly for the first time in October 2016 to accuse Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1980.

Millwee alleges that Clinton, then the governor of Arkansas, groped her on several occasions at the now defunct TV station she worked at in Arkansas.

Business Insider / The rape allegation against Bill Clinton


@realDonaldTrump claims he 'never met' accusers like PEOPLE's Natasha Stoynoff, but we have the photo

Natasha Stoynoff has claimed that Donald Trump forcibly kissed her while she was visiting Mar-a-Lago on assignment in 2005 to write a profile of the former businessman.

DonaldTrump claims he has 'never met' his accusers.

People magazine has a photo of Trump with Natasha Stoynoff. 

People magazine said that the photo was taken on the same day as the alleged forced kissing.

Matt Viser

President Trump says his accusers are “women who I don’t know and/or have never met.” Here is a photo of him with Jill Harth. And he never denied knowing her, in court depositions or an interview with me.

"In 1994, Trump went to a party with Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire who was a notorious registered sex offender, and raped a 13-year-old girl that night in what was a "savage sexual attack," according to a lawsuit filed in June 2016 by "Jane Doe."

"The account was corroborated by a witness in the suit, who claimed to have watched as the child performed various sexual acts on Trump and Epstein even after the two were advised she was a minor.

"'Immediately following this rape Defendant Trump threatened me that, were I ever to reveal any of the details of Defendant Trump's sexual and physical abuse of me, my family and I would be physically harmed if not killed,' Jane Doe wrote in the lawsuit, filed in New York."

When Has Trump Been Accused of Rape or Attempted Rape ...


Alexander Hamilton (F), Secretary of the Treasury, had an affair with Maria Reynolds while both were married to other people.  Reynolds' husband blackmailed Hamilton who paid to maintain secrecy.

Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA), President, was publicly accused of fathering the children of his slave Sally Hemings.

Richard Mentor Johnson, Senator (D-KY), did not attempt to hide his relationship with a slave named Julia Chinn. They had children. He became Vice-President under Martin Van Buren.

James Henry Hammond U.S. Representative and later Senator,[19] engaged in a homosexual relationship with a college friend, pursued what he called "a little dalliance" with his teenage nieces, and had sexual relationships with female slaves including a girl aged 12.[20]

James Buchanan (D), U.S. Senator, President of the United States, and William Rufus King (D-NC) who served as Vice-President under Franklin Pierce, were the subject of gossip alleging a homosexual affair.

Grover Cleveland, President (D-NY): During the 1884 presidential race, the news broke that Cleveland had paid child support to the widowed Maria Crofts Halpin for her son Oscar Folsom Cleveland, born in 1874. Cleveland's acknowledgement of Oscar's paternity ameliorated the situation[25]

Grover Cleveland.

Woodrow Wilson, President (D), allegedly had an affair with Mary Allen Hulbert.

Warren Harding, President (R), reportedly had affairs with Carrie Phillips and Nan Britton.

David I. Walsh, Senator (D-MA), was accused of visiting a male brothel frequented by Nazi spies in Brooklyn in 1942. [29]

John F. Kennedy, President (D), was alleged to have been linked to a number of extramarital affairs, including allegations of involvement with Marilyn Monroe, with Judith Campbell Exner[30] and with intern Mimi Alford during 1962–1963.[31][32][33]

William O. Douglas, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, allegedly pursued other women while married to his third wife, which, combined with his three divorces and remarriages, was considered scandalous. 

David I Walsh and a congressional page.


Allan Howe, Representative (D-UT), was arrested for soliciting two police officers posing as prostitutes. (1976) [37]

Fred Richmond, Representative (D-NY): Charges that he solicited sex from a 16-year-old boy were dropped after he submitted to counseling. (1978)[42]

Robert L. Leggett, Representative (D-CA), acknowledged that he fathered two illegitimate children by a Congressional secretary, whom he supported financially. He then had an affair with another woman, who was an aide to Speaker Carl Albert. (1976)[43]

Joseph P. Wyatt, Jr., Representative (D-TX) was arrested on homosexual charges in 1979.[44]

Fred Richmond - linked to the purchase of boys and cocaine.


Donald "Buz" Lukens Representative (R-OH) Convicted of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor for having sex with a 16 yr old girl. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $500. (1989)[45]

Robert Bauman, Representative (R-MD), was charged with attempting to solicit sex from a 16-year-old male prostitute.[46] Upon completing an alcoholism rehabilitation program, the charges were dropped. 

Jon Hinson, Representative (R-MS), resigned after being charged with attempted sodomy for performing oral sex on a male employee of the Library of Congress.[48] 

John Schmitz, Representative (R-CA), leader of the ultra-conservative John Birch Society, admitted to having a second family, but refused to accept or support the two children he produced who became wards of the state. (1982)[53]

Dan Crane, Representative, (R-IL), was censured July 20, 1983, in the Congressional Page sex scandal for having sex with a young congressional page. (1983)[54]

Gerry Studds, Representative (D-MA), was censured July 20, 1983, in the Congressional Page sex scandal for having sex with a young congressional staffer. (1983)[54]

Barney Frank, Representative (D-MA), was reprimanded by the House for fixing 33 parking tickets for Steve Gobie, a male escort who lived with Frank and claimed to have conducted an escort service from Frank's apartment without his knowledge. (1989)[60]

Robert Bauman was charged with attempting to solicit sex from a 16-year-old male prostitute.


Austin J. Murphy, Representative (D-PA), acknowledged fathering a child out of wedlock after a political opponent came forward with video of Murphy leaving the home of his mistress.[66] 

Brock Adams, Senator (D-WA), was accused by eight women of committing various acts of sexual misconduct, ranging from sexual harassment to rape.[68] 

Robert Packwood, Senator (R-OR), resigned his office after 29 women came forward with claims of sexual harassment, abuse, and assaults. His denials of any wrongdoing were eventually contradicted by his own diaries boasting of his sexual conquests. (1995)[70]

Ken Calvert, Representative (R-CA), was involved with a prostitute.[71] 

Helen Chenoweth-Hage, Representative (R-ID), called for the resignation of Bill Clinton, and then admitted in 1998 to having had a six-year affair with a married rancher before she entered government.[72]

Bob Barr, Representative (R-GA), had an affair while married to his second wife. Barr was the first lawmaker in either chamber to call for Clinton's resignation due to the Lewinsky scandal. [74]

Dan Burton, Representative (R-IN): In 1998 Vanity Fair printed an article detailing an affair which Burton had in 1983 which produced a child. .[75][76]

Trump, Melania, Jeffrey Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of 'Mossad spy' Robert Maxwell.

Robert Livingston, Representative (R-LA), called for the resignation of Bill Clinton but when his own extramarital affairs were leaked, his wife urged him to resign. [77][78]

Newt Gingrich, Representative (R-GA) and leader of the Republican Revolution of 1994, resigned from the House after admitting in 1998 to having had an affair with a staffer while he was married to his second wife, and at the same time he was leading the impeachment of Bill Clinton for perjury regarding an affair with his intern Monica Lewinsky. [80][81]

Henry Hyde, Representative (R-IL): in 1998, stated that from 1965 to 1969 Hyde conducted an extramarital sexual affair with a married woman. The revelation of this affair took place as Hyde was spearheading the impeachment hearings of President Bill Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky scandal.[82]

Pete Domenici Senator (R-NM) voted for the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in 1998. In 2013 he confessed that in 1978 he fathered a son, Adam Laxalt, outside of his marriage. [83][84]

Mel Reynolds, Representative (D-IL), was indicted for sexual assault and criminal sexual abuse for engaging in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old campaign volunteer that began during the 1992 campaign.[88]

Gary Condit, Representative (D-CA): his affair with 23-year-old intern Chandra Levy was exposed after Levy disappeared. Her body was found a year later.

Ed Schrock, Representative (R-VA), announced he would abort his 2004 attempt for a third term in Congress after allegedly being caught on tape soliciting sex from a male prostitute after having aggressively opposed various gay-rights issues in Congress, such as same-sex marriage and gays in the military.[92]

Strom Thurmond, Senator (R-SC), noted segregationist, fathered a child, Essie Mae Washington-Williams, with a 15-year-old African American in 1925 who was employed by the Thurmond family. (2003)[93]

Jim McGreevey, Governor (D-NJ), elected in 2002. In early 2002, McGreevey was criticized for appointing his secret lover, Israeli national Golan Cipel, as homeland security adviser even though Cipel lacked experience or other qualifications for the position. McGreevey announced, on August 12, 2004, that he was gay.

Steven C. LaTourette, Representative (R-OH), voted to impeach Bill Clinton. He himself had a long-term affair with his chief of staff, Jennifer Laptook, while he was married. [95]

David Dreier, Representative (R-CA), voted against a number of gay rights proposals, but was outed concerning his relationship with his chief of staff. (2004)[96] 

Mark Foley, Representative (R-FL), resigned his House seat when accused of sending sexually explicit e-mails to teenage male congressional pages. 

David Vitter, Senator (R-LA) stated that Bill Clinton should resign. Vitter's name was then discovered in the address book of the Deborah Jeane Palfrey (the "D.C. Madam"). (2007)[100]

Randall L. Tobias (R), Deputy Secretary of State and former "AIDS Czar" appointed by George W. Bush, stated that U.S. funds should be denied to countries that permitted prostitution.[101] He resigned on April 27, 2007, after confirming that he had been a customer of Deborah Jeane Palfrey (the "D.C. Madam").[102]

Larry Craig (R-ID), a U.S. Senator for 18 years, was arrested on June 11, 2007 and charged with lewd conduct arising from his behavior in a men's restroom at the Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport.[103][104][105] 

Tim Mahoney, Representative (D-FL) ran on a campaign promise to make "a world that is more moral". In October 2008, he admitted he placed his mistress on his staff and then fired her, saying, "You work at my pleasure." He then admitted to multiple other affairs.[116]

Vito Fossella, Representative (R-NY), was arrested for drunken driving. Under questioning, the married Congressman and father of three admitted to an affair with Laura Fay that produced a daughter. (2008)[117]

John Edwards, Senator (D-NC), admitted to an extramarital affair with actress and film producer Rielle Hunter, which produced a child, seriously undercutting his 2008 presidential campaign.[118]

John Ensign, Senator (R-NV), resigned his position as chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee on June 16, 2009, after admitting he had an affair with the wife of a close friend, both of whom were working on his campaign.[119] Senator Ensign had called for President Bill Clinton. 


Eric Massa, Representative (D-NY), resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News, "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe," (2010)[124][125]

Mark Souder, Representative (R-IN), a staunch advocate of abstinence and family values,[126][127] resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted extramarital affair with a female staffer. (2010)[128][129][130]

Chris Lee, Representative (R-NY), resigned hours after a news report that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself flexing his muscles to a woman via Craigslist, along with flirtatious e-mails.[131] 

Anthony Weiner, Representative (D-NY), admitted to sending sexually explicit photos of himself to several women through his Twitter account.[133]

Scott DesJarlais, Representative (R-TN), admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two affairs with his patients and staffers while he was a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, TN. Additionally, while running on a pro-life platform, DesJarlais made his ex-wife have two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress who was his patient, into an abortion as well.[136][137][138]

David Wu, Representative (D-OR), resigned from the House of Representatives after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter. July 26, 2011.[139][140]

Herman Cain (R) 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was accused of sexual harassment by several women, and having a 13-year affair with Ginger White.

Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (R-IL), pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[153] At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[154][155]

Donald Trump (R).  The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he brags about groping women.[157] In the video, Trump said, "I’ll admit it. I did try and fuck her. She was married. ... You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful - I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. I just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."[158]

Tim Murphy, Representative (R-PA), had an extramarital affair with Shannon Edwards, a 32-year-old forensic psychologist. The pro-life Murphy asked Edwards to have an abortion after she became pregnant. 

Roy Moore U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama (R) has been accused by nine women[163] of sexual misconduct with them when they were in their teens. The first of his accusers said that at the time, she was 14 years old, while he was 32.[164]

Al Franken Senator (D-MN), was accused by radio newscaster, Leeann Tweeden, of forcibly kissing her and later groping her. Franken admitted to the allegations and apologized for his actions and then resigned.[165]

Joe Barton (R-TX) US Representative, acknowledged he took and emailed nude photos of himself in 2015, following their leak in November 2017.[166]

John Conyers Jr. US Congressman(D-MI), A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. of Michigan accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances. [167] [168][169]

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At 15 December 2017 at 01:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ppl still believe the myth of Jefferson and Sally Hemmings. Unfortunately.


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