CNN Reportedly Orders Staff To Keep Quiet About Man Who Says He Is Bill Clinton’s Son

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Whether or not there is any truth to the claims of a man who has insisted Bill Clinton is his father, one thing is clear. Americans who get their news from CNN will never know about it.

“CNN boss Jeff Zucker has directly ordered network staff not to cover shocking allegations made by Arkansas resident Danney Williams,” the Drudge Report posted Wednesday.

“Jeff thinks it is a ridiculous hoax,” Drudge quotes what is says was “a top CNN source.”

“I always felt bad about Bill Clinton not wanting to be in my life,” Williams explains in a video released Monday. “Was it because I was black? Was there something wrong with me? It made me think sometimes even of suicide. It’s not fair and it has been hurtful.”

“Hillary, please do not deny I exist. I am your stepson,” he said.

In the video, he asks for a DNA test to prove Clinton was his father. A DNA test that was done in the 1990s when Williams’ story first surfaced concluded Clinton was not the father of Danney Williams, but questions have been raised about the reliability of that test.

Williams has said that his mother, Bobbie Ann Williams, was a prostitute who had sex with Clinton while he was governor of Arkansas.

Bobbie Lee Williams has said Clinton ran past her while jogging and later paid her to have sex — sometimes with other women involved.

She alleges Clinton got her pregnant and never acknowledged or supported her son.

The claim that Danney Williams is Clinton’s son was floated in the 1992 presidential election campaign, but never publicly discussed until 1999 in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

Williams denied that he was going public now for political reasons. “This is not about politics or money. For me, it is about finding the truth and understanding finally who I am and where I came from,” he said.

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Source: westernjournalism.com

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