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Twitter “Verifies” Man Who Claims to Be Bill Clinton’s Illegitimate Son

by Michael DePinto, Freedom OutPost:

In a saga that will probably soon appear on tabloids next to supermarket checkout counters, Twitter has just given a ‘verified’ badge to Danney Williams, an Arkansas resident who claims to be Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son. Knowing the proclivities of ‘Slick Willy’, we wouldn’t put it past him to have one or several illegitimate children.

In the following video, Right Wing News muses as to whether or not Williams could really be Clinton’s son, and the implications if so. Williams has been openly campaigning for Clinton to provide a DNA sample, even telling Hillary “I heard Hillary say she spent her life helping children … If black lives truly matter to her, why not mine?” Of course, considering that Hillary has turned a blind eye to her husband’s many indiscretions for the sake of power, why should this be any different?

Conservative Tribune reports:

A blue check by your name on your Twitter account is a pretty big deal. It bestows a certain degree of importance and legitimacy upon a public figure.

So, imagine Bill Clinton’s surprise and consternation when Twitter bestowed that insignia of legitimacy — called a “verified badge” — on the account of a man who claims to be Clinton’s illegitimate son.

That’s exactly what happened to Danney Williams, an Arkansas resident who claims that Bill Clinton, then the governor of his state, had an affair with his mother and fathered him.

According to Twitter, the verified badge is used “if it is determined to be an account of public interest.” Twitter makes clear the badge does not “imply an endorsement,” but it does signify the Twitter user should be taken seriously. Here’s the blue check mark that’s no doubt got the left furious:

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