Anonymous: Claims To Be Releasing Child-Rape Video of Bill Clinton That Will Plunge Race into Chaos

Last Friday, sexually explicit audio of comments Donald Trump made back in 2005 were leaked, and quickly dominated headlines. That’s despite that the leak “coincidentally” occurred RIGHT after the latest Wikileaks dump on Hillary. In the end, the Trump leak ended up getting fifteen times the media attention of the Hillary leak, leading many to believe that the former leak was timed that way by design.

Many have pointed out that what Trump has said is much worse than what Hillary and Bill have done – and they’re right. We saw three women who’ve accused Bill of sexual assault at Sunday’s debate, and another woman who was raped at age 12 and never saw justice because Hillary got the rapist off.

Shocking video exists, according to Anonymous, of former President Bill Clinton raping a 13-year-old girl.

Reportedly, the violent crime took place on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s “Orgy Island,” where we have confirmation Clinton visited at least 26 times! Anonymous claims Hillary knew about this and has been hiding it.

Clinton flew to the Island on the “Lolita Express” and ditched his Secret Service protection during at least 5 separate occasions. As the Gateway Pundit reported:

The original video uploaded to Youtube by anonymous has since been made inaccessible without explanation.

This could, of course, he complete nonsense, but the media won’t report on it either way. There are a number of sexual assault charges being levied against Trump (which no one apparently thought to bring forth until less than a month prior to election day), which are likely false. If the anonymous announcement is a hoax, it’s just as much a hoax as the charges levied against Trump.

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