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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Hillary Fixer Arranged Sex Trysts For Her With Men and WOMEN

Revelations of Clinton bag man! (10/19/2016)

Hillary Clinton is a secret sex freak who paid fixers to set up illicit romps with both men AND women!

That’s the blockbuster revelation from a former Clinton family operative who is sensationally breaking ranks with his one-time bosses to speak to The National ENQUIRER in a bombshell 9-page cover story.

“I arranged a meeting for Hillary and a woman in an exclusive Beverly Hills hotel,” the man, who was hired by the Clintons, via a Hollywood executive, to cover up their scandals, told The ENQUIRER.

Hillary’s former bagman finally confessed to The ENQUIRER just how he helped her to cover up her affair with married lover Vince Foster, too!

The shadowy figure — who provided PROOF of his employment for the Clintons — also revealed 12 fixes he covered-up, including:

+ How Hillary secretly plotted to a counter-attack on Bill’s mistress Monica Lewinsky — via a document buried for two decades!

Read more here including 24-years of documents, notes, and journals. (Documented evidence)
On some stories—including some huge ones—the Enquirer has been very right. Two storys in the past by the national enquirer caused John Edwards and Gary Hart to drop out of the presidential race.

The latest enquirer story about hillary clinton is a secret sex freak or sex pervert who paid fixers to set up illicit romps with both men AND women will be a problem for hillary to defend if its found true. The national enquirer says its has PROOF of hillary's "bag man" employment.

If Trump brings this up I hope he has verified the story. If the story is true it is the sinking of the hillary clinton campaign.


(1) John Edwards

Perhaps the Enquirer’s greatest feat to date was breaking the 2008 story of charming presidential hopeful John Edwards’ secret child with a mistress, a triumph of snooping, gossiping, and reporting that immediately ended his existence as an American political entity. The story included actual photos of Edwards in a hotel room, holding the baby whose existence he wouldn’t acknowledge while his wife battled cancer. It was a story “respectable” media outlets would’ve crawled over each other to get a piece of, and it appeared in a supermarket checkout rag those same outlets still consider a punchline. After The Enquirer published the picture of Edwards secret child with a mistress, Presidential hopeful John Edwards dropped out of the 2008 presidential race.

There’s still no good reason why the Enquirer wasn’t given a Pulitzer for this work.

(2) O.J. Simpson

The National Enquirer is responsible for breaking two notable stories during and after the O.J. Simpson murder saga. In the 1990s, the mag obtained and published a photograph of Simpson wearing a pair of Bruno Magli shoes that matched bloody prints left at the scene of the killing—the same kind that’d earlier prompted Simpson say he “would have never worn those ugly-ass shoes.” When confronted with a photograph of himself wearing said ugly ass shoes, Simpson simply denied that they were his. A decade later, the Enquirer was the first outlet to reveal Simpson had penned a manuscript about carrying out the murders he was accused of committing, the infamous If I Did It.

(3) Steve Jobs

The founder and CEO of Apple went out of his way to conceal his dire health situation—and the fact that he was recklessly avoiding legitimate medical treatment—from the public and Apple shareholders. One of the only outlets to puncture the immense, otherwise-impregnable Apple spin and black ops PR machine was the National Enquirer, which reported in February 2011 that Jobs had “six weeks to live,” citing rapidly deteriorating health and photographs that depicted him looking extremely, disturbingly frail. They had the timeline wrong—Jobs died over six months later, in October of 2011—but they were absolutely right that Steve Jobs was dying when no one in the legitimate “business press” would dare touch the truth.

(4) Jesse Jackson's Family Tree Grows

In 2001, The Enquirer broke a story about Jesse Jackson fathering an illegitimate daughter with staffer Karin Stanford in 1999. Once The Enquirer scheduled its story on Jackson's dalliances, mainstream media outlets around the country started picking up on the paper's scoop. By the time The Enquirer's issue made it onto newsstands, Jackson had already issued a statement confirming the facts of the story.

(5) Gary Hart's Political Ship Sails

"Follow me around. I don't care. I'm serious. If anybody wants to put a tail on me, go ahead. They'd be very bored." Colorado senator and presidential hopeful Gary Hart issued this bizarre challenge to the media in a 1987 New York Times Magazine profile, just before his career spectacularly imploded.

Murmurs of Hart having an affair had been circulating around Washington, and the Miami Herald ran a story linking the senator to a Miami woman. Nothing concrete emerged until The Enquirer published a photo of 29-year-old model Donna Rice sitting in Hart's lap during a jaunt on Hart's yacht, Monkey Business. (Look closely and you'll see "Monkey Business Crew" written on Hart's shirt.) A week after The Enquirer published the picture of Hart and Rice, Hart dropped out of the 1988 presidential race.

(6) Rush Limbaugh Comes Clean

In 2003, The Enquirer ran a story in which conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh's housekeeper provided Limbaugh with a steady stream of OxyContin to feed his painkiller addiction. Although some media outlets turned up their noses at the Enquirer's scoop because the paper had paid housekeeper Wilma Cline for her story, law enforcement quickly confirmed that Limbaugh had purchased some 30,000 pills from Cline. Limbaugh then admitted on his show that he had a painkiller addiction and pledged to enter rehab.

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