Washington Times op-ed asserted Hillary Clinton is "bisexual"


In a Washington Times op-ed about former President Bill Clinton's memoir My Life, titled "Harry Potter and Bill Clinton: 'My Life' should be titled 'My Lie,'" Jack Wheeler, identified by The Washington Times as publisher of www.tothepointnews.com, asserted that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is bisexual.

Wheeler wrote of Bill Clinton's memoir:

All of that stuff about Hillary being mad, making him sleep on the couch, going to marriage counselors for a year, yada yada, is all made up. They have had a pact for decades: He gets to fool around with women, and she gets to fool around with women (plus the occasional man like Vince Foster).

Yes, she's bisexual -- I disclosed that in an infamous Strategic Investment column in January 1993, and Dick Morris publicly revealed it a few years ago. You knew that, right?

According to a March 18, 2000, article in The Express, headlined "Hillary in Lesbian Slur," Wheeler spread the bisexual story during Hillary Clinton's 2000 run for the U.S. Senate. According to the newspaper, Wheeler was quoted in The National Enquirer as saying, "My sources indicate that Hillary is bisexual and fools around much more than her husband." The newspaper identified Wheeler as a Republican party strategist and a ferocious Clinton critic.

In his Washington Times op-ed, Wheeler went on to compare Bill Clinton (whom he called a "charmingly lovable rogue who can lie through his teeth and get away with it") with John Kerry (whom Wheeler called "Hanoi John"). Of Kerry, Wheeler wrote, "There is nothing lovable about John Kerry -- pompous, arrogant, stentorian, pretentious and so un-handsome he looks like a cross between Herman Munster and Gomer Pyle."

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