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WorldNetDaily’s Myra Adams sat down with Roger Stone to discuss his forthcoming book, The Clintons’ War on Women.

“Clinton’s apologists will try to dismiss it as “old news.” News is not “old” to those who never heard it. The book … is the true story of serial rape, intimidation, violence, terror tactics, drugs, lies, greed, cover-up and ambition,” said Roger Stone, author, pundit, and political operative.

In the interview, Stone describes his soon-to-be-released book as “the definitive expose on Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, and refers to the former first family as “the penicillin-resistant syphilis of our political system.”

WND: Recently in Politico, you [Roger Stone] described your forthcoming book … as “The definitive expose’ on Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. Raw, shocking and true.”

Is your description just hype to stimulate pre-sales since the book will not be released until Oct. 13, or are you and your co-author Robert Morrow really breaking new ground that will make headlines and possibly impact the 2016 race?

ROGER STONE: The mainstream media have suppressed the shocking truth about the Clintons and the way they have climbed over the backs of innocent women, men and children in their quest for power and wealth. Most people who read this book will learn shocking facts for the first time. Clinton’s apologists will try to dismiss it as “old news.” News is not “old” to those who never heard it. The book is not about Whitewater or Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton and a cigar. It is the true story of serial rape, intimidation, violence, terror tactics, drugs, lies, greed, cover-up and ambition. It’s blunt, ugly and shocking. It’s the definitive expose on Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. Bill and Hillary Clinton are the penicillin-resistant syphilis of our political system.

WND: Can you tell readers (or at least hint) at some of the headlines this book is likely to generate?

ROGER STONE: Bill Clinton’s record of serial rape and how Hillary ran the terror campaign to intimidate his victims into silence or sign false denials. How Bill Clinton viciously bit the lower lips of his multiple rape victims as a signature bid to remain silent. Which co-president really gave the “go” order in Waco that killed 76 people, mostly women and 26 children? Bill’s abandoned African-American son and the non-existent DNA test reported by the Washington Post that supposedly exonerated Bill. A close-up look at the Clinton’s relationship with pedophile Jeff Epstein. Is Bill’s right-hand man, the now estranged Doug Band, the man who knows too much? How a recent DNA test shows Bill isn’t Chelsea biological father and who is. The identity of Bill Clinton’s real father (not the one listed in his Wiki profile).

Ay, caramba! That ain’t a whistle Stone’s blowin’; it’s a freakin’ fog horn.

For the complete interview, see Hillary covered up Bill’s rapes, sex with ‘underage girls’.

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Did Club for Growth Try to Shakedown Trump?

By Jerry A. Kane

It looks like one of the preeminent tea-party-aligned groups has been outed for an attempted shakedown of GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump.

According to Trump, the tax-cutting advocacy group has started running an attack ad campaign against him because he refused Club for Growth president David McIntosh’s request for a million-dollar donation.

Trump asked the group to release the letter McIntosh had sent him on June 2 requesting the donation. When the group didn’t respond to his request, Trump posted a copy of the letter on Twitter.

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Late last week the group began its media-assault on the Donald:

“What we’ve said to our members is that ‘Trump is a liability to the future of the nation,’ and we’ve asked them for support for Club for Growth Action to get that message out. We’re also doing research, like we do on candidates, into his economic policy positions. At this point, we haven’t taken anything off the table – be it TV ads or any other means – to expose Trump as not being an economic conservative, and as actually being the worst kind of politician,” said David McIntosh, Club for Growth President.

In response to the shakedown allegation, the Club for Growth tweeted that Trump had tried to buy influence with organization, and his attempt failed:

“[Trump] tries to buy influence w his $. Failed with Club”

The group’s anti-Trump ad campaign looks a lot like the “you don’t play, we make you pay” extortion schemes carried out by shakedown artists Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Had Trump acquiesced and handed over the million-dollar “donation,” it’s doubtful McIntosh and the Club for Growth would have declared a “war on Trump.”

For more on the story, see Trump: ‘Phony’ Club for Growth ‘Total Hypocrites’ and Club for Growth declares war on Trump.

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