Clinton Has a Negro Son
Mr. Dalrymple states that Bobby Ann has disappeared from Little Rock and both her sister and mother now refuse to discuss the matter. They have not taken out a "missing person's warrant." Thus it is safe to assume that they know where she is. Little Rock sources have informed this publication that she now lives in Australia where Danny, now age 13, is attending a private school. Dalrymple charges that the liberal media refuses to report this story and is thus helping Clinton as part of a "massive cover-up." He says that a politician could never get away with this in England. More of Clinton's Black Women Dalrymple also confirms our earlier charge that Clinton has had several black mistresses. One is Lencola Sullivan, "Miss Arkansas" of 1981. Former Clinton aide Larry Nichols says that Clinton was so attracted to her that he traveled to New York at state expense on three occasions to date Lencola.
Deborah Mathis is a former reporter for
"The Arkansas Gazette." He carried on a sexual
relationship with her, both in Little Rock and later in
Washington. Today; Mathis works for AP and Clinton has favored
her at press conferences by recognizing her questions which are
Here is what Dalrymple discovered. He quotes Arkansas State Troopers, Larry Patterson and Roger Perry as stating that Clinton was always very careful not to allow any photos to be taken with women and never sent them any notes. However, he did have long conversations over the phone with such girl friends as TV talk show host Sally Perdue and Gennifer Flowers. Clinton carried on a 13 year affair with Flowers. She taped two of them which are very personal. You can hear Clinton's voice calling her, "sweet darling" and "baby."
James Dalrymple writes that the relationship between Bill and Hillary is strictly business. Trooper Perry who guarded the Governor's mansion says that on more than one occasion he overheard Hillary referring to Clinton as, "that sorry son of a bitch."
One night after returning late from a date with a 23-year old perfume salesgirl, Perry heard all kinds of cursing from the "First Lady." The next day he went up to their bedroom and found broken pottery all over the floor and a fist-sized hole in a cupboard door. Such stories are legendary in Little Rock. It typifies Clinton's fear of his wife and her loathing for his constant philandering.
Both troopers Patterson and Perry say that the marriage has been a sham for years. Patterson writes:
"They have only one thing in common - a dislike of each other. They are two people bound together in a common cause - political power - while acting out a charade of a loving marriage. The arguments are bitter and frequent, with almost daily snarling confrontations."
Patterson recalls how they used to leave the mansion each day in the same car and ignore each other until they emerged before the cameras hand-in-hand and smiling fondly. However, Patterson says that Hillary knew about Bill's many affairs beginning back in 1978. This is confirmed by Gennifer Flowers who said,
"Bill had told me
for years that the marriage was a dead duck. I guess he was tied
to her for political reasons. And she knew about me. She damn
well knew. She knew everthing."