Bill Clinton’s sex scandals are back in the news.
And once again it is for all the wrong reasons.
That’s because one key woman in Bill Clinton’s biggest scandal just died for this terrible reason.
Linda Tripp became a household name when she secretly recorded Monica Lewinsky describing her affair with President Clinton.
These tapes helped proved the President perjured himself under oath about his relationship with Lewinsky and played a key role in the proceedings that led to Bill Clinton becoming only the second President ever to be impeached.
But last week Tripp was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and died shortly thereafter.
Monica Lewinsky tweeted out her sympathy for Tripp and her family upon hearing the news of her diagnosis.
“No matter the past, upon hearing that Linda Tripp is very seriously ill, I hope for her recovery. I can’t imagine how difficult this is for her family,” Lewinsky said.
Tripp’s death also reminded Americans of the difficult they face during the coronavirus pandemic as Tripp’s family – like many others across the country – cannot hold a funeral service to honor their lost loved one because of draconian stay at home orders and mass gathering bans that now look like a severe overreaction to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tripp’s death also serves as a painful reminder to Bill and Hillary Clinton as to why the 2020 contest will be the first Presidential campaign since 1984 that they play no role in.
Clinton’s long history of sexual assault scandals and the credible allegations against him by multiple women will forever keep Bill and Hillary Clinton on the sidelines for the rest of their lives.
The media reviled Linda Tripp when she stepped forward with her tapes of Lewinsky confessing her affair with the President, but Bill Clinton was only held accountable because of whistleblowers like Linda Tripp.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.