Friday, April 19, 2024

Bill Clinton’s Boyhood Home Lists for $200K Below Nat’l Average

'There were vagrants living in the home at the time... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President and sexual predator Bill Clinton’s boyhood home has gone up for sale for an absurdly low price.

The 1896 home in Hot Springs, Arkansas, has listed on the open market for a mere $345,000–far beneath the national average for a house of such a size, the Miami Herald reported.

The house has six bedrooms and five bathrooms, and it reportedly sits upon a pleasant hilltop.

The Clintons, however, are not the current owners. Some time back they sold the house due to undisclosed “legal circumstances.”

The current owners are selling the house, according to the listing real estate agent Chris Rix, because they need to downsize.

“The husband declined in health and passed away, and his wife had a life estate,” Rix said.

“It ended up being stuck in a trust, so I petitioned the court to buy the property.
There were vagrants living in the home at the time. I was looking to protect the home from
further destruction.”

Bill Clinton is the son of Virginia Cassidy and the late William Jefferson Blythe Jr., though his father died shortly after his birth. His mother then got married to Roger Clinton, and shortly thereafter the Clintons moved to the 3,708-square-foot Hot Springs home.

Clinton has mostly stayed out of the limelight in recent years, especially as details began to emerge regarding his connections to Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophilia ring.

When asked about the alleged ties last fall, Clinton smiled and did not deny those connections.

Any comments on the allegations of your connection with Jeffrey Epstein?” a reporter asked.

“I think the evidence is clear,” Clinton said with a smirk.

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