Well away from the media spin of the networks the Clintons used to discredit her, Juanita Broadrick was invited to tell viewers what happened that night with Bill Clinton, as well as the fallout that came after.
The conversation, even thirty-five years later, was obviously very difficult for her.
“I am afraid of him, especially if she becomes President.”
“…And then he did it again.”
“He straightens himself, and he goes to the door, puts on his sunglasses and tells me to put some ice on that. On the lip.”
“He did say something, but it was too horrible, I don’t want to repeat it”
“I thought that I could tell him ‘no’ and that he would go away.”
“It seemed to make it worse when I told him ‘no’.”
Juanita had to bear the weight and guilt of believing she had somehow done something wrong — had somehow given licence to her attacker.
Bill Clinton forced her onto a bed. Tore away her clothes. Forcibly raped her. Lay on top of her. Did it a second time. Casually left the room, and went on to become President of the United States.
Broaddrick said the climate of women’s issues in 1978 was such that “I felt responsible. I don’t know if you know the mentality of women and men at that time. But me letting him come to my room? I accepted full blame.”
“And I thought ‘This is your fault and you have to bear this. There’s nothing you can do. He’s the attorney general. And this is your fault.’”
She states that all that changed in 1991, when she says she was at a meeting at the Riverfront Hotel in Little Rock and Clinton approached her there.
…Clinton found out she was at the hotel “and they called me out of the meeting and pointed to an area to go down around the corner by an elevator area. And I walked around the corner and there he stands.”
“And he immediately comes over to me with this gushing apology. Like, ‘I’m so sorry for what happened. I hope you can forgive me. I’m a family man now. I have a daughter. I’m a changed man. I would never do anything like that again.’”
Broaddrick said she thought Clinton was sincere until he announced his run for president the following week.
Hillary factors into this story as well.
You’ll remember Hillary’s ‘deep concern’ for women’s issues, and specifically for victims of assault.
Look at this picture taken from her website, and consider her words there as you read on:
I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. — Hillary, September 14, 2015
She famously tweeted that every woman who has been assaulted should be heard, believed, and supported.
Now consider Juanita’s encounter with Hillary, from the same interview:
Hillary stood by Bill through all of this and reportedly pressured many of these women to back off of their accusations. Willey and Broaddrick, particularly, have voiced accusations against Hillary the mainstream media has been reluctant to report. Here’s Broaddrick’s recollection:
She came over to me, took ahold of my hand and said, ‘I’ve heard so much about you and I’ve been dying to meet you. … I just want you to know how much that Bill and I appreciate what you do for him.’…This woman, this little, soft-spoken — pardon me for the phrase — dowdy woman that would seem very unassertive, took ahold of my hand and squeezed it and said, ‘Do you understand? Everything that you do.’ I could have passed out at that moment and I got my hand from hers and I left. … She was just holding onto my hand. Because I had started to turn away from her and she held onto my hand and she said, ‘Do you understand? EVERYTHING that you do,’ I mean, cold chills went up my spine. That’s the first time I became afraid of that woman.
She’s not the only victim who reports being afraid of Hillary. THESE ones are TERRIFIED.
She’s an Enabler. She’s complicit in everything he’s done.
“Hillary Clinton is NOT for women.”
“Hillary Clinton is a Fake Feminist.”
She slut-shames vicitms of sexual assault. But wants to embody the woman’s vote.