Did Jenny McCarthy just say Hillary Clinton is a lesbian?

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Does former Bill Clinton have a mistress nicknamed the “Energizer,” as reported by the New York Post? Maybe he does, says The View’s Jenny McCarthy, and maybe Hillary Clinton has permission to fool around on the side with women as well.

“Well, maybe he has his girlfriends and she has her girlfriends,” McCarthy said on Tuesday’s show. “You never know. Maybe they have an arrangement.”

But it’s not the first time Hillary’s sexuality has been questioned.

Back in 2007 in an interview with gay newsmagazine Advocate, she tried to put rumors to rest.

People say a lot of things about me, so I really don’t pay any attention to it. It’s not true, but it is something that I have no control over. People will say what they want to say.

More recently, Glenn Beck said Hillary would become a lesbian — as long as it was the popular thing to do.

But back to Bill’s alleged mistress.

A new book by Ronald Kessler, titled “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents,” which is due out Aug. 5, claims Bill has a “buxom blonde mistress” who visits their home in Chappaqua so often, the Secret Service has nicknamed her “Energizer.”

According to the report in the New York Post, standard protocol isn’t followed when the “Energizer” arrives.

You don’t stop her, you don’t approach her, you just let her go in.

Kesslar says Hillary’s Secret Service detail often communicates with Bill’s detail in regard to when Hillary will be returning home, so the “Energizer” can leave in time.

But it’s not a perfect system, apparently.

“The agents had to scramble to get Energizer out of there so there wasn’t some kind of big confrontation,” Kesslar writes in the book.

h/t: Mediaite

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