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Danney Williams
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    (December 7, 1985- )
    Born in Little Rock, Arkansas
    Alleged illegitimate son of President Bill Clinton
    Born to Bobbie Ann Williams, a known Little Rock-based prostitute
    Paternity was questioned shortly after his birth, while Clinton was still Arkansas governor
    Mother insisted that Clinton had to be the father of her child because he was her only white client at the time
    Paternity test conducted by the tabloid Star Magazine appeared to debunk Williams' mother's claim (January, 1999)
    Resurfaced during the 2016 Presidential election, starting a Facebook page under the name 'Danney Williams-Clinton'
    Threatened a paternity lawsuit against the Clinton family unless supplied with a DNA sample necessary to conduct a paternity test
    Inspired the trending Twitter hashtag #ClintonKid; namesake for the 'Justice for Danney Williams' campaign
    He became Alex Jones' latest pet cause.
    He claimed that then-Governor Clinton had gifts delivered to his house on Christmas by state troopers, as well as $700 in cash to his mother (he maintains that all of this stopped when Clinton became President).
    He claims that Hillary Clinton 'banished' him from having any contact with her husband after learning of his paternity.
    He first came to national attention, in 1992, when black activist Robert 'Say' McIntosh took up his case, posting signs in the Little Rock area with Williams' picture on them reading, 'The Hottest Thing Going: Bill Clinton’s Dick Will Keep Him From Running for President of the United States of America.'
    He could be (and in all probability is) just an opportunistic gold-digger looking for a payday.
    And he doesn't do much to dissuade skeptics by writing in his social media description: 'My name is Danney Lee Williams, I'm the son of the 42nd President of the United States...'
    Those on the right who prop him up as an innocent victim usually neglect to address his extensive criminal record, including passing bad checks, car theft and parole violation.
    He has also been sued by state officials for failing to pay child support (he was father to five children, by 21).
    He gave vague reasons for choosing not to conduct a DNA test with the man legally identified as his late father, claiming 'I know in my heart' that he isn't.'
    He's known for invoking The Black Lives Matter Movement in his appeals for acknowledgement, as a means to charge Bill and Hillary with hypocrisy.
    He has pulled off bizarre stunts to gain attention for his cause, such as holding a press conference pleading for Monica Lewinsky to supply him with her infamous 'Blue Dress' to analyze the DNA from the semen, and releasing a video asking President Obama to pressure the Clintons to acknowledge him.
    His mother was remanded to prison when he was a child.
    He was raised by his maternal aunt (who claimed to have been chased off the Governors Mansion property trying to get Bill to acknowledge him).
    He and his siblings eventually ended up in foster care, after their aunt lost custody.
    The '92 campaign to get him acknowledged ended abruptly when 'Say' McIntire was bought off.
    He variously supported himself by working at a doughnut shop and as a construction worker.
    The validity of the Star magazine 'DNA test' has been widely disputed.
    For one thing, Star's current ownership denies that there was ever a DNA test performed, and no documentation of it exists (not to mention that Star's owner, Robert Altman was a major confidante of the Clintons).
    His story inspired components of the 1998 Mike Nichols film 'Primary Colors' (a thinly veiled depiction of the Clintons' 1992 campaign).
    His YouTube channel was inexplicably shut down by administrators, only to be reopened less than 24 hours later.
    His story attained enough traction that Carol Costello felt compelled to cut the mic of a black guest who brought the scandal up during a CNN segment (Oct. 13, 2016).
    The revelations about his criminal record don't necessarily negate the claims about his paternity (with those types of issues growing up, it would be a surprise if he didn't develop major problems).
    Skin tone aside, the physical resemblance between him and President Clinton really is remarkable.

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