Last week, Juanita Broaddrick announced that she’s calling on the FBI to launch an investigation into her longstanding allegations that former President Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 — accusing Democrats of a “double standard” for ignoring her case while demanding such a probe into allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Broaddrick, who attended last week’s hearing where both Ford and Kavanaugh testified, told Fox News there needs to be “corroboration regarding an incident” of this kind — and suggested she has more than Kavanaugh’s accusers.
“I have so many witnesses. The lady that was traveling with me found me 30 minutes after the rape, and then I have five other people I told,” she said. “You need something that can link the abuser to the abused. And there was everything to corroborate this rape.” –Fox News
Hillary Clinton, the former first lady, accused of threatening women her husband assaulted to stay quiet, has recently been demanding that all women need to be heard and to be believed. In the case of her philandering husband, Bill, who was impeached for lying to a grand jury about having sex with an intern under his Oval Office desk, she’s willing to make an exception.
Hillary Clinton is firmly rejecting the idea that accusations against her husband are anything like the sexual misconduct allegations against new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh or President Donald Trump.
The former secretary of state, who is joining with her husband for a joint speaking tour where tickets are going for up to $700 each, referenced independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s investigation during the 1990s that led to impeachment.
She called it an ‘intense’ and ‘partisan probe’ that distinguished it from allegations against Trump and Kavanaugh, who sat as the newest Supreme Court justice Tuesday after weathering sexual assault allegations from high school and college.
Bill Clinton ‘really believes that Democrats have to be tougher and have to stand up to the bullying and the intimidation, so I think he’ll have things to say about his own experience and how it applies here,’ Clinton told CNN’s, Christiane Amanpour. –Daily Mail
Hillary also called for a civil war against Republicans, telling CNN’s Amanpour, “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for…