While serving as a volunteer in the White House and facing financial hard times, Willey met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position. Instead of offering assistance, the man she considered a friend sexually assaulted her. Distraught, Willey hastily fled Clinton’s presence, only to discover that her husband Ed had committed suicide that same tragic afternoon.
Yet that was only the beginning of Willey’s torment at the hands of the Clintons. When her name later surfaced as a potential witness in litigation involving the president, Willey found herself on the receiving end of a mob-style campaign of threats and intimidation. The unmistakable message? Keep silent, if you know what’s good for you. The perpetrator? Willey concluded that it had to be none other than Hillary Clinton herself.
Here are some interesting tidbits found by skimming through the book’s index.
Willey’s discussion of her relationship with her husband, Ed Willey Jr., takes up less than three pages (romance/marriage to, pages 11-12, 18). However, Willey’s discussion of her pets takes up considerably more space.
PetsThere’s also an intriguing entry for a “skull incident” (pages 124-26), and much celebrity name-dropping, including Steven Seagal (page 213) and Daryl Hannah and Barbara Streisand (page 35). For whatever reason, Rudy Giuliani makes a guest appearance on page 232.
__Barney’s death, 166-67
__disappearance of Bulls Eye, 14-16, 117-18, 211
__disappearance of dogs, 173-74
__threats through, 162-63
Many pages are given to documenting Hillary Clinton’s anti-feminism and her similarities with Richard Nixon. An entire page is devoted to Clinton, Hillary, inappropriate behavior of, while two pages are devoted to Clinton, Hillary, tirades/foul language of.
Wow. The Pulitzer committee's going to be working overtime this year.