With the leftist media salivating over Fire and Fury and its alleged dirt on the Trump administration, another blockbuster book is getting the cold shoulder.
But we’re certain it wouldn’t get much attention anyway for precisely one reason: it spills the beans on exactly how bad it was as a Secret Service agent for Bill Clinton.
Rest assured Monica Lewinsky was only the tip of the iceberg.
Perhaps inspired by JFK, Slick Willy severely damaged the morale of the Secret Service when he essentially used them as personal cover for his daily trysts with well-known women outside the White House complex.
In one incident, several agents were severely injured in a car wreck while Clinton’s motorcade was moving to a clandestine location for one such tryst.
Color us very unsurprised that the media has no interest in the truth.
Here’s more from Redstate…
With all the talk of Michael Wolff’s book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” that burned up the news cycle last week, notice of another new book seemed to slip by, relatively unnoticed.
While you’re building up your reading list, you may want to add, “Secrets of the Secret Service: The History and Uncertain Future of the Secret Service,” by Gary J. Byrne.
Byrne is a former Uniform Division officer who served President Bill Clinton, and was at the center of the Monica Lewinsky scandal of the 90s.
The new book offers a lot of secret tidbits from the Clinton years.
Byrne claims that Clinton would sneak out of the White House for trysts with some well-known, and even “lesser-known” mistresses.
The stories are of the salacious nature that pretty much defines what we know about Bill Clinton.
He definitely abused his Secret Service detail, in order to carry on with his affairs, but in at least one instance, it nearly cost an agent his life.