Bill Clinton was on the stage for less than one minute before he was confronted about allegations he had a son with a black prostitute.
“Justice for Danney Williams!” a man shouted multiple times at Clinton’s Cincinnati rally on Friday, pointing at the former president.
Interestingly, Clinton didn’t act like he didn’t know what the man was talking about.
“You oughta give this guy a hand,” Clinton told the crowd. “You know, his side has had a very bad week so let’s try to make him feel better.”
The protester, who was kicked out of the rally, was referring to a son Clinton allegedly had out of wedlock in the 1980s, named Danney Williams.
He recently published a video testimonial claiming Bill Clinton is his father and pleading with Hillary Clinton to accept him.
“I have no doubt that I am Bill Clinton’s son,’ he said. ‘It was common knowledge, everyone in Arkansas knew,” Williams says in the video.
“Everywhere I went, they pointed out: ‘It’s Bill Clinton’s son right there. You look like him, don’t you? The ears, the mouth, the chin, the teeth, the eyes, the nose’. I see him in me.
“You can see a black Bill Clinton. When I’m brushing my hair I can see Bill Clinton with waves in his hair,” he says.
“I always feel bad about him not wanting to be in my life. Was it because I was black? Was there something wrong with me? Why do you not want to be a part of me? It made me even think of sometimes suicide.”
At the end of the video, he makes a heart-wrenching plea directly to Hillary Clinton.
“Hillary, please do not deny I exist,” he says. “I am your stepson. Chelsea is my sister and Bill is my father.”