Bill Clinton’s Longtime Lover Comes Forward, Reveals What She Knows About Hillary’s Failing Health


Dolly Kyle is Bill Clinton’s alleged ex-lover and a former Dallas attorney, she has known the Clinton’s a long time and she is not playing nice with Hillary Clinton.

She claims that Hillary’s lust for power, and her desire to control people is why she will continue her Presidential campaign despite the fact that her health is in a spiral downfall. She claims that this personality flaw will eventually lead to Hillary’s own self-destruction.


Kyle may have hit the nail on the head with her analysis of the Hillary Clinton health issue.

“I really think she has been ’cruisin’ for a bruisin’, as we say in the South, because she’s such an angry person and so driven by this inner rage,” said Kyle. “People like that eventually break down, physically.”

But, she asserts, Hillary’s “inability to keep her lies straight” is not necessarily attributed to her anger, but “cognitive impairment.” I can’t say that I disagree.

Kyle says that anger is not the only strong emotion Clinton feels.

“That paranoia, that tendency to be a control freak, has always been a part of her personality,” warned Kyle.

“I call her ‘Hillary Scissorhands’ because of her predilection for destroying records which could get in the way of her goals.”

Read the full interview here

Kyle’s harshest words were directed at Hillary, whom she described as a “co-conspirator” who “terrorized” the women Bill allegedly abused.

“Certainly she’s an enabler, but worse than that, she’s a co-conspirator,” said Kyle. “Hillary had to know what was going on and she latched on to his coattails to get herself to the White House…”

Wow! These are harsh allegations. I don’t doubt them for one second. Hillary is very dangerous, and she will do whatever it takes to make it to the White House. People better wake up fast and see what a danger she really is.



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