Danney Williams has been claiming that Bill Clinton is his father for his entire life. His mother, a black woman named Bobbi Anne Williams, was working as a prostitute in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1984 when she met Bill Clinton for the first time. When Bobbi Anne was 24, Bill Clinton was jogging by her housing complex and stopped to introduce himself. Several days later, Clinton encountered Bobbi Anne again while jogging. This time, he offered her $200 to have sex with him behind the bushes. Bobbi Anne recalls 13 total sexual encounters with Clinton, and she is sure that he is the father of son Danney, who has no doubts himself about being Bill Clinton’s son.”It was common knowledge” in the Little Rock area. Everywhere he went, people were saying, “That’s Bill Clinton’s son right there” and proceeded to talk about common attributes between the two. Now, Williams has 5 children of his own, whom he repeated tells they will one day get to meet their grandfather. Bill, however, has been ignoring him since day one — or maybe not.
Williams states that Arkansas state troopers used to place cash in their mailbox on a repeated basis, along with an annual Christmas gift. The cash, which was $700 per drop off, and gifts continued until Bill Clinton went on to be elected President of the United States. The Williams have tried to confront the Clintons on many occasions throughout the years. They’ve had several close encounters, but always fell short. Weather being chased away by security guards, getting a door slammed in their face by Hillary Clinton herself, or just bad timing. Williams was upset that he was placed in foster care while step sister Chelsea had it all. Williams dropped out of High School to work and support his siblings. He wants his father to acknowledge his existence, and show the love a father should.
CNN has been ordered to blackout the story, while both Clinton’s refuse to acknowledge that Williams exists. The Williams have been unsuccessful in attempts to obtain a DNA test to confirm Bill Clinton is the father. In 1999, the Clintons tried to sweep this under the carpet by having tabloid, Star Magazine, publish a false DNA test results claiming that Clinton is not Williams father. The paternity test never took place, and interesting enough, that tabloid is owned by a donor to Bill Clinton. The Clintons are in denial as usual.