Is There A Bill Clinton Rape Video? Anonymous Sources Threaten To Release ‘Rape Tape’ That Could Bring Down Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

Is there a Bill Clinton rape video which could soon be released?

This is the question that has been making the rounds of the underbelly of the internet, with no definite answer in sight. No one quite knows how the reports regarding Bill Clinton’s “rape tape” began circulating on the internet, but a video allegedly created by Anonymous is responsible for it. The hacktivist group behind a string of cyber attacks on government and corporate servers reportedly uploaded a video on YouTube this week, warning that Bill Clinton had indulged in “sexual orgies” with underage teens at convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Virgin Islands estate back in 2002.

While the validity of the information cannot be independently verified, it has caused a flutter among supporters from both camps, possibly because of the significance a Bill Clinton rape video might have on the outcome of the presidential race. The video itself has been taken down several times since it was originally uploaded, but the links to the video can still be found on a number of Reddit forums.

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In the video, an “anon” wearing the Guy Fawkes mask warns that the U.S. presidential race is heading towards an explosive crisis because of a video leaked by Israel’s Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations, which could soon surface online. The video allegedly shows Bill Clinton raping a 13-year-old girl at Epstein’s estate, infamously called the “orgy island,” where the American financier apparently recruited young girls to fulfill the deviant sexual needs of America’s and England’s political elites. The video alleges that the people engaging in sexual acts did not know that they were being secretly recorded by Epstein and his staff so that he could blackmail them later if the need arose. Epstein’s biggest catch, the masked man says, was Bill Clinton.

Jeffrey Epstein's reportedly helped Bill Clinton attend parties at his Virgin Islands estate.
Jeffrey Epstein [Image by Palm Beach Sheriff's Office/AP Images File]

While the allegations made in the Anonymous video appear farfetched to say the least, if true they could lead to the collapse of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign once and for all. Some critics believe that the video has been funded and created by supporters of Donald Trump to deflect the slew of sexual assault allegations thrown his way by several women in the recent past.

The truth about the existence of Bill Clinton’s rape video is difficult to assess at this point, and one would be well-advised not to take the allegations made in the following video at face value. Even so, Anonymous is often associated with backing up their outlandish claims with evidence, and so it might not altogether be a surprise if such a video indeed existed.

Watch the Anonymous video below yourself and find out.

Some bloggers, such as Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit, have written that the allegations about Bill Clinton’s rape video gain credibility on the back of a report in Radar Online, in which Virginia Roberts, one of the underage teens recruited by Epstein, claims to have seen Bill Clinton staying in one of the villas on Epstein’s island.

“I remember asking Jeffrey, ‘What’s Bill Clinton doing here?’ kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said, ‘Well, he owes me a favor.’

“He never told me what favors they were.”

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In a presidential race which continues to intrigue and shock, allegations of Donald Trump sexually assaulting women could take a back seat if a video actually showing former president Clinton indulging in explicit sexual conduct with underage teens existed. It is one reason some believe that the video could have been created by Trump’s supporters. But while allegations have been flying all around, the bottom line is that no one so far has claimed to have seen such a Bill Clinton rape video.

You can derive your own conclusions from the facts we know, but there is definitely a sense that more grotesqueness could still be unearthed as we approach Election Day.

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