Fly on the wall at the Clintons

I’d like to be a fly on the wall at the Clintons, except…

I might get hit by a lamp; that Hillary is a shrew!

And many braindead Liberals want Hillary to be president. But Hillary has issues.

And Hillary’s issues are not all hers, as she has a cross to bear known as Bill.

In what can’t be good news for Hillary’s non-campaign, Bill’s name has popped up in 2011 court documents relating to Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein after a woman said to be Virginia Roberts filed a bombshell suit alleging she was Epstein’s teen “sex slave” and paid $15,000 to bed Epstein’s pal, Britain’s Prince Andrew.

So Bill is not directly implicated, however given the reputation of Bill, one can see the potential problem this poses for Hillary.

 

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According to 2011 court docs, 21 email ­addresses and phone numbers for Bill and an aide were found in Epstein’s electronic black book. Further Bill Clinton flew frequently with Epstein on his private plane from 2002 to 2005.

The intrigue enters, as court papers report that Bill Clinton “suddenly stopped, raising the suspicion that the friendship abruptly ended, perhaps because of events related to Epstein’s sexual abuse of children.”

When asked about this, Hill’s rep snapped,

“Utter nonsense.”

The spokesperson for Bill Clinton deflected, essentially denying any wrongdoing, and Buckingham Palace has strongly denied allegations against the prince.

Keep in mind that during the Lewinsky affair, Hillary accused the “right wing conspiracy” of a witch hunt. We FOUND HER!

To read more on this story, visit N.Y.Post Page Six.