A tweet from Roger Jason Stone Jr had gone viral again and it mentioned that Bill Clinton raped college student Eileen Wellstone in 1969.
The tweet also said that the former president was expelled from Oxford due to the incident of the rape. The girl, Eileen Wellstone, was nineteen when she was allegedly raped by the former president.
In the book, The Clintons’ War on Women, Roger Stone and Roger Morrow brought out details and facts of sexual assaults and rape, which the former president committed against women. The book also exposed the role that Bill Clinton’s wife, Hillary Clinton, who aided in the covering-up of his crimes. She also threatened her husband’s victims.
According to Freedom Outpost, the authors of the book said that “Bill Clinton’s first alleged rape was of a 19-year-old coed named Eileen Wellstone.”
“We believe that he was not prosecuted because the State Department did not want a Rhodes Scholar charged with rape.” The authors stated.
The publication also reported that the former president allegedly sexually assaulted her after they met at a bar near Oxford.
However, the former president claimed that the two of them had consensual sex. However, Wellstone did not opt for pursuing the case. A report was given by a State Department official, which the authors had already talked about.
While, the former president was in Oxford, the Vietnam War was initiating. Several students were drafted, as the former president went for a B Phill degree in politics. He would have conversations about the war and the political conditions, with his friends at Oxford.
It was also reported that Bill Clinton was not the ladies’ man at Oxford, nor a womanizer. He was flirtatious in an amiable way. A 1992 report published by Independent also revealed that Bill Clnton had once admitted that he smoked marijuana in college. However, he had always maintained that he never inhaled.
The 1969 rape of Eileen Wellstone by the former US president had not yet been proven. It was reported by Snopes that in 1999 the first report of the rape and the expulsion was published in Capitol Hill Blue.
However, Capitol Hill Blue back then was known for publishing dubious information.