BILL CLINTON'S IMPEACHMENT TRIAL WAS FIXED!
Globe|February 22, 2021
Real reason disgraced prez beat the rap

ON THE 22nd anniversary of Bill Clinton’s dramatic Senate impeachment trial, GLOBE has uncovered the shocking inside story revealing how the disgraced president beat the rap despite what sources claim was overwhelming evidence of perjury and obstruction of justice!

Explosive new details from sources in the former commander in chief’s inner circle blow the lid off the public lies and secret backroom deals that led to Clinton’s acquittal by a thin 55-45 Senate vote.

In December 1998, the womanizing 52-year-old politico was impeached by the House of Representatives for lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice over his affair with 21-year-old, unpaid White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

But in February he was acquitted by the U.S. Senate after a five-week trial insiders now claim was rigged thanks to a secret pact.

A whistleblower has come forward claiming Clinton made a deal with prosecutors investigating his alleged misdeeds, which were named 11 different grounds for impeachment.

“There is never anything in Washington, D.C., that goes on without a backroom deal in place,” says the source, who worked closely with Bill and his wife, Hillary Clinton, for years.

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