Hillary Clinton: “Fucking Jew bastard.”
(From Jerry Oppenheimer in his book State of the Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton -2000.)
There’s no doubt, Hillary Clinton called Paul Fray a “fucking Jew bastard.” If there were the slightest doubt, you can bet that vicious Hillary would have sicced her amoral $450-an-hour shyster David Kendall on every author, publication and news service that reported her anti-Semitic slur, regardless of how veiled and coy the media were about her vile outburst.
Following is a sampling of how the media reported “fucking Jew bastard.” Note the euphemized fucking and its suppression, the euphamized bastard, as well as the various uninformative paraphrases and verbal maneuvers.
The quotations are arranged from the most to the least complete reporting of Hillary’s exact and complete pottymouthishness.
TIME magazine wins the Weasel Prize for keeping the reader in the dark about what was actually said.
The Associated Press is runner-up for euphemizing bastard and suppressing fucking.
United Press International wins third place for euphemizing all words but “Jew”.
Special prize goes to CBS Radio News for telling its listeners that Hillary merely “used rough language” and an unspecified “anti-Semitic slur”.
Like what, CBS? Kike? Hebe? Christ-killer?
- “f***ing Jew bastard” [The Times (London), 18 July 2000]
- “f—–g Jew bastard” [New York Daily News, 17 July 2000]
- “f****** Jew bastard” [The Times (London), 16 July 2000]
- “f—– Jew b——” [UPI, 17 July 2000; euphemized fucking is one hyphen short]
- “Jew bastard” [Reuters, 10, 16, 17 July 2000]
- “Jew bastard” [The Washington Post, 18 July 2000]
- “Jew bastard” [New York Daily News, 18 July 2000]
- “Jew b——” [AP, 16 July 2000]
- “an obscenity-laced, anti-Semitic slur” [AP, 19 July 2000]
- “an anti-Semitic obscenity” [AP and St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 26 July 2000]
- “uttered an anti-Jewish slur” [Reuters, 16 July 2000]
- “made an anti-Jewish remark” [TIME, 24 July 2000, p. 64]
- “used rough language” and an “anti-Semitic slur.” [CBS Radio News, 16 July 2000]
“Where is the G-damn f**king flag? I want the G-damn f**king flag up every f**king morning at f**king sunrise.”
(From the book “Inside The White House” by Ronald Kessler, p. 244 – Hillary to the staff at the Arkansas Governor’s mansion on Labor Day, 1991).
The troopers were also objects of Hillary’s wrath.
Patterson recalled the early morning of Labor Day in 1991, when Hillary came out of the mansion, got in her car, and drove off. Within a minute or so of leaving the gate, her aging blue Cutlass swung violently around and came charging back onto the grounds, tires squealing in the dust.
“I thought something was terribly wrong, so I rushed out to her. And she screamed, ‘Where is the goddamn f — -ing flag?’ It was early and we hadn’t raised the flag yet. And she said, ‘I want the goddamn f — -ing flag up every f — -ing morning at f — -ing sunrise.’”
“F**k off! It’s enough that I have to see you shit-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut.”
(From the book “American Evita” by Christopher Anderson, p. 90 -
[Hillary] also resented [the state troopers'] constant presence and the loss of privacy that entailed. At times, a simple “Good morning, Mrs. Clinton” could provoke an attack.
“Fuck off!” she would bark. “It’s enough that I have to see you shit-kickers every day. I’m not going to talk to you, too. Just do your goddamn job and keep your mouth shut.”
“You sold out, you mother f**ker! You sold out!”
(From the book “Inside” by Joseph Califano, p. 213 – Hillary yelling at Democrat lawyer.)
On July 24, 1970, at 10 A.M., the hearings were held in the Senate Caucus Room in the Russell Building, the scene of many great Senate confrontations, include the McNamara muzzling-the-military hearings, which I had lawyered almost ten years earlier.
As [Paul] Austin, [Coca-Cola food division head] Luke Smith, and I entered the Caucus Room on that steamy Washington morning, it was so jammed with spectators that many were standing and sitting on the floor. A large number were student interns working on the Hill that summer, angry about Nixon’s bombing Cambodia, dispirited about the four students killed at Kent State University that May.
Many in that room had been among the 100,000 young Americans who had earlier that summer clogged the city to protest the war. Anti-establishment fervor, at a fever pitch that July, was palpable in the hearing room.
About half way down the aisle, a young woman with dark hair and thick-rimmed glasses abruptly came in front of me and said, “You sold out, you motherfucker, you sold out!” I kept walking, pretending to ignore her.
Two and a half years later, at 11:00 A.M. on Monday March 19, 1973, that same young woman walked into my office at Williams, Connolly & Califano for a job interview. It was Hillary Rodham, who was graduating from Yale Law School later that year.
Neither of us mentioned the incident in the Senate Caucus Room. I offered her a job, but she decided to go to Arkansas rather than practice law in Washington.
“If you want to remain on this detail, get your f**king ass over here and grab those bags!”
(From the book “The First Partner” p. 259 – Hillary to a Secret Service Agent who was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident.)
One [Secret Service] agent, who politely explained to Mrs. Clinton that his duties did not include toting suitcases from their airplane to their limo, was shocked when she replied, “If you want to remain on this detail,” get your fucking ass over here and grab those bags.”
“Get f**ked! Get the f**k out of my way!!! Get out of my face!!!”
(This quote is taken from (the 1998 edition of) former FBI agent Gary Aldrich’s 1996 book, Unlimited Access p89).
The passage in which it appears is part of a section detailing President Clinton’s supposed habit of sneaking out of the White House to evade his Secret Service detail while on his way to trysts at a nearby hotel and is attributed to an unnamed source identified as “a senior law enforcement officer with more than twenty years’ service in a federal agency:
“My source used the term the first family rather than simply the president because he says Hillary Clinton is as bad as the president. She has told her Secret Service Protective Detail agents in public to, “Stay the f–k back, stay the f–k away from me! Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else!”
When the agents have tried to explain to the first lady that they cannot effectively guard her if they must remain so far away, her reply is, “Just f–king do as I say, okay?”
“Put this on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo. I need those sunglasses. We need to go back!
(From the book “Dereliction of Duty” p. 71-72 – a 2003 book by Air Force Lt. Colonel Robert Patterson (who served as a military aide to President Clinton for two years):
On a similar trip, as we lifted off a helicopter pad in Marine One en route to Air Force One for the journey home, Hillary suddenly shouted, “Put this back on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo.”
By this time, however, Marine One was safely scooting to an awaiting 747. The required support for even a helicopter flight was involved and extensive. The Secret Service, White House Communications Agency and administration staff were pulling down communications lines, lifting barricades and driving off in vehicles.
“Ma’am,” my fellow military aide responded, “we can’t safely do that.”
“I need my sunglasses. We need to go back!”
The onboard Secret Service agent chimed in, “Yes, ma’am, the milaide is correct. That wouldn’t be wise.” She acquiesced, but not without obvious disdain in her eyes.
“Come on Bill, put your dick up! You can’t f**k her here!!”
(From the book “Inside The White House” by Ronald Kessler, p. 243 – This is also another quote that originated with David Brock’s January 1994 American Spectator article and was taken from information provided by Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson:
“Come on Bill, put your dick up. You can’t f–k her here”.
When [Bill] Clinton spent an inordinate amount of time speaking with an attractive woman at a public event — apparently a common occurrence — several troopers said they have heard Hillary complain bitterly. “She would say, Come on Bill, put your dick up. You can’t f–k her here,” as Patterson remembered the unforgettable phrasing.
“We just can’t trust the American people to make those types of choices…. Government has to make those choices for people”.
(This quote comes from a conversation relayed by Rep. Dennis Hastert of Illinois, then the chairman of the Republicans’ House task force on health care, at a 1993 meeting with Hillary Clinton, as reported in David Brock’s The Seduction of Hillary Rodham):
Dennis Hastert … began meeting in February  with Clinton administration officials as part of an effort to craft a bipartisan approach to [health care] reform.
One evening in June 1993, a group of Republican congressmen, including Hastert, met with Hillary at the Alexandria home of Republican Representative John Kaisch of Ohio.
One of Hastert’s ideas under discussion that night would have allowed employers the option of establishing medical savings accounts for their employees as an alternative to a government-managed system.
Under Hastert’s plan, employers would put the money they were willing to spend into tax-deferred accounts. Employees would be encouraged to buy high-deductible catastrophic care policies and pay for rudimentary services with the remainder of the money. At the end of the year, the unused funds could be rolled over tax-free into the next year and, like an IRA, be withdrawn at retirement.
Hastert and other advocates believed that as people shopped around for insurance and spent their own money to purchase care, costs would be controlled and competition enhanced.
But, critics said the accounts would benefit healthier people who would spend less than what employers contributed, and hurt the poor, who might pay higher premiums as healthier and wealthier people formed their own insurance purchasing pools.
Hastert soon concluded that there was little common ground on which to negotiate with the administration.
“I guess the straw on the camel’s back was a meeting that I had one evening with Mrs. Clinton,”
I mentioned … to the first lady about medical savings accounts and just right away she said, “We can’t do that.”
And I said, “Well, why?”
And she said, “Well, there’s two reasons.”
And I said, “Well, what are they?”
[And she said] “The first reason is with the medical savings account, people have to act on their own and make their own decisions about health care. And they have to make sure that they get the inoculations and the preventative care that they need, and we just think that people will skip too much because in a medical savings account if you don’t spend it, you get to keep it or you can … accumulate it in a health care account.”
“We just think people will be too focused on saving money and they won’t get the care for their children and themselves that they need. We think the government, by saying, ‘You have to make this schedule. You have to have your kids in for inoculations here, you have to do a pre-screening here, you have to do this’ — the government will make better decisions than the people will make, and people will be healthier because of it.”
I said, “Well, part of that’s an education process. People have to understand that [if] they behave in a certain way, they’re going to save money, [with the] preventive medicine issue — you get the pre-screenings, if you can inoculate your kids you save money on it. I mean, they’re not sick. You save money.”
She said, “No. We just can’t trust the American people to make those types of choices … Government has to make those choices for people.”
The following quotations are from Alec Flegon’s Dictionary of English Sex Quotations unless other wise noted in [ ](London: Flegon Press, 1996):Kudos to: Maledicta 13 (1997 – 2004) for their outstanding work in compiling of this data.
- L.D. Brown, a member of Clinton’s former security staff and bodyguard in Arkansas, stated that Hillary is “as foul-mouthed as any sailor you’d ever meet.” (p. 147)
- As reported by Bill’s security staff, Hillary frequently erupted in expletive-filled tirades against him. “I can’t believe you would ask a fucking question like that!” Or, about his shaky driving, “You’re gonna get us fucking killed!” (p. 147)
- She shouted at Bill over his unfaithfulness: “I need to be fucked more than twice a year!” (p. 170)
- Hillary to Larry Patterson, an Arkansas state trooper and Clinton bodyguard from 1986 to 1993, who was bringing a judge’s wife to the Little Rock airport: “What the fuck do you think you’re doing? I know who that whore is.” (p. 171)
- Patterson observed Hillary standing at the bottom of the stairs in the governor’s mansion, and Bill at the top of the stairs with little Chelsea beside him, as Hillary screamed at him at the top of her lungs: “Goddamn stupid fucking fool!” [NewsMax, 15 July 2000]
- Patterson said Hillary was no stranger to the “N” word either. He heard her say “nigger” “probably six, eight, ten times. She would be upset with someone in the black community and she would use the ‘N’ word, like, you heard they’ve got the president’s brother on tape using the ‘N’ word.” [NewsMax, 17 July 2000]
- Mary Lee Fray said that Hillary not only used an anti-Semitic slur but she shouted it so loudly “it rattled the walls. It was very clear,” she said. “Bill Clinton’s face became white as a ghost.” [FOXNews.com, AP and New York Post, 18 July 2000]Former Clinton campaign aide Neill McDonald, who has always been a Clinton supporter [Jewish World Review, 19 July 2000], confirmed the story, according to the New York Daily News. [Reuters, 17 July 2000] He heard the obscenity as he stood outside the room. [FOXNews.com, AP, New York Post, 18 July 2000]
“Larry Patterson also confirmed that he frequently heard Bill Clinton use “nigger” to refer to both Jesse Jackson and local Little Rock black leader Robert “Say” McIntosh. Longtime Clinton paramour Dolly Kyle Browning corroborated Patterson on Clinton’s use of “nigger.” “Not only did he use the ‘N’ word, he called him a ‘GDN’ [goddamn nigger], if you catch my drift,” Browning told Fox News in 1999. [NewsMax, 17 July 2000] Brown also told NewsMax that the president would regularly make derogatory comments about African-Americans in private. “He has used the ‘N’ word before. Bill would make snide remarks about blacks behind their backs.” [Carl Limbacher and NewsMax Staff, 17 July 2000]”
Editor’s Note: Take note America. “Do what you’ve always done get what you’ve always got”.
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