BILL CLINTON’S MISTRESS HAS SECRET ABORTION

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October 14, 2016 4:23pm PST

Gennifer Flowers is a former mistress of Bill Clinton who engaged in a 12 year affair with him before he became president. This week, she dropped a bombshell that nobody saw coming in a rare interview.

Breitbart reported that Flowers said she became pregnant with Clinton’s child in 1977, and he paid $200 to get her an abortion. She described the abortion as “psychologically a horrible thing to go through,” and “not only physically painful but it was very psychologically painful.” Flowers also said that Hillary became aware of her affair with Clinton that year.

Flowers recalled:

“Interesting story. I was a news reporter at the time. I also had a little show, a little for your information show and I had on the lady who was running the abortion clinic because needless to say it was very controversial in town. And I had had her on my show. Well, little did I know at that very moment I was actually pregnant. Well that was in 1977. And I found out later after that interview. And I told her, you know, to arrange something hopefully that was sort of private.

“But yes, I told him (Bill Clinton). And deep down I wanted to hear him say okay well I’m going to get a divorce and we’ll have this baby and everything is going to be fine. And the first words out of his mouth were, ‘Well you know I will pay for an abortion.’

“And of course my heart sunk. And then the reality you know hit me right in the face. That he was married and he was going to stay married. And that’s the way it was. So I thought fine. I wasn’t prepared to have a baby and raise it on my own so I decided to go ahead and have the abortion.”

Flowers also remembered the effects of the abortion:

“It was not only physically painful but it was very psychologically painful. Because I love him. And it was really psychologically a horrible thing to go through. I remember after the procedure was done I went into a room. I was sitting there and I just started sobbing and it seemed like the subs came from my stomach and up. It was the deepest sobs that I’ve ever done. And anyway like I said it was a horrible experience in every way.

“…When I drove into the clinic there were protesters. And I was afraid somebody was going to recognize me as a news reporter. And anyway, got inside and then at a point you know I had the procedure. And I was able to be alone in a room.”

When asked if she was sure the baby was Clinton’s, Flowers replied in the affirmative.

“Absolutely,” she replied. “Which I find amusing when I hear the stories that Bill supposedly can’t have kids. To that point he and Hillary didn’t have any children. Didn’t have Chelsea yet. And he had told me that he didn’t think that he could have kids. And that was why I was more casual with birth control then I would have been normally.”

She also said that Hillary “absolutely” knew about the affair from the beginning:

“I know she did because there was a security guard at the mansion. Back then we didn’t have cell phones. So he (Bill Clinton) would have key people – whether it be Betsy Wright or a security guard at the mansion – for me to call and ask for and then that person would get a message to him to call me back.

“And one day he came in and the security guard told him that I had called and gave him the message. And what he didn’t know was that she (Hillary) was actually there and was walking up to meet him and heard the guard say my name. And that I had called. And so she had a conversation with him a little bit later that she was getting real tired of hearing that name. And that she wanted it to stop. And he told her it wasn’t gonna stop. And she said, ‘Well, Just at least don’t embarrass me.’ Well of course he went on to embarrass her. Many, many times.

“They had only been married about three months when he and I started our affair. You know, they didn’t have Chelsea. It started early on in their relationship as well.”

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