Bill Clinton Gave Gennifer Flowers $200 To Abort His Baby Son

Finally Gennifer Flowers has broken her silence and come forth to discuss her 12 year affair that she had with Bill Clinton.

She reported that Bill paid for her abortion in 1977 and said it was a “psychologically a horrible thing to go through,” “Physically painful,” and “psychologically painful.”

This is shocking:

Flowers was speaking in an hour-long emotional interview set to air Sunday on this reporter’s talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM.

Here is how she described the horrible moment:

“Interesting story. I was a news reporter at the time. I also had a little show, a little for your information show and I had on the lady who was running the abortion clinic because needless to say it was very controversial in town. And I had had her on my show. Well, little did I know at that very moment I was actually pregnant. Well that was in 1977. And I found out later after that interview. And I told her, you know, to arrange something hopefully that was sort of private.

“But yes, I told him (Bill Clinton). And deep down I wanted to hear him say okay well I’m going to get a divorce and we’ll have this baby and everything is going to be fine. And the first words out of his mouth were, ‘Well you know I will pay for an abortion.’

“And of course my heart sunk. And then the reality you know hit me right in the face. That he was married and he was going to stay married. And that’s the way it was. So I thought fine. I wasn’t prepared to have a baby and raise it on my own so I decided to go ahead and have the abortion.”

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Flowers noted that Hillary absolutely knew about the affair in 1977, because she was a security guard at the mansion. In the era before cell phones, and Hillary knew every time the security guards allowed Flowers into the Governor’s mansion.

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