Arkansas man claims Clinton is his father, slams him for abandonment

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Former President Bill Clinton, like many others on the political left, has recently been self-righteously virtue-signaling with regard to the separation of children from their illegal immigrant parents while being detained and processed at the border.

But an Arkansas man named Danney Williams, who has long claimed to be the secret illegitimate son of Clinton, just slammed the ex-president for apparently caring more about illegal immigrant children than his own abandoned secret love-child.

According to the U.K. Daily Mail, Williams’ tweet on Father’s Day highlighted a statement released by Clinton which read, “On this Father’s Day I’m thinking of the thousands of children separated from their parents at the border. These children should not be a negotiating tool. And reuniting them with their families would reaffirm America’s belief in & support for all parents who love their children.”

In response to that message, Williams tweeted, “The same man that is sympathetic to the immigrant children, that he mentioned, to be used as a negotiating tool, is indeed the same man that sacrificed me, his own son, as a political pawn and ‘willing’ separated his existence from me when he became president. #BillClintonSon”

The 32-year-old Williams has claimed for some time that then-Arkansas Governor Clinton maintained an illicit affair in 1984 in Little Rock with his mother, a black prostitute named Bobbie Ann, which resulted in her pregnancy and his eventual birth.

Now a father of five of his own children, Williams has been attempting to receive public acknowledgement from Clinton for years, to no avail. He has also claimed that Clinton secretively delivered money to his mother to support him as a young child.

On Tuesday, Williams tweeted the same message from Clinton about immigrant children again, but this time included pictures of himself side by side with pictures of Clinton so viewers of the tweet could decide for themselves if there is any resemblance.

Williams tweeted, “How can @BillClinton have the compassion to care so much about the immigrant children being separated from their families, but lack the compassion to care for his own son he abandoned. #BillClintonSon”

He also tweeted messages slamming Hillary Clinton for playing a role in his abandonment, and suggested that Chelsea Clinton’s father was not the ex-president, but rather Webster Hubbell, an attorney who worked with Hillary Clinton at the Rose Law Firm and served as an associate attorney general and chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court.
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To be sure, Clinton has never publicly acknowledged Williams, and a DNA test — which Williams claims was falsified — didn’t show Clinton to be his father. Nevertheless, he persists.

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