Alleged Clinton mistress: Hillary had several abortions, kept Chelsea for political reasons — Video

millerIn an interview with the American Mirror, Sally Miller, a woman who claims she was a mistress to former President Bill Clinton, said that Hillary Clinton, the current Democratic Party front-runner, has had several abortions and only kept Chelsea after her husband convinced her she would be good for their political image.

“She had several abortions before she had Chelsea, and it was only because Bill convinced her that if they were ever to move up in politics, they had to have a child, because that’s what the political analysts had said,” Miller said. “They’ve got to see her [Hillary] as a human.”

“I think in society, they always say, ‘if you were a mother, you can’t be half bad,’ you know,” she added. “There has to be some love or gentleness or compassion within you if you’ve birthed a child, but that’s not true.”

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Video of her comments can be seen below:

The Daily Caller added:

This isn’t Miller’s first attack against Clinton.

In February, she claimed the former secretary of state was a lesbian.

Exit question: Wonder how Chelsea feels about this?


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