In November of 2015, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton tweeted that all sexual assault survivors deserve “to be heard, believed, and supported.”
However, one of the victims of rape, Juanita Broaddrick has not been believed heard, believed or supported, despite her being raped by a former president of the United States, Hillary Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton.
Not only was Broaddrick, who admits to still being emotionally scarred by the brutal rape, not believed, but she was threatened and bullied into silence by Hillary Clinton — a real “war on women.”
The American Mirror reported on Sunday that Broaddrick would like to confront Hillary Clinton at a presidential debate and would do so if invited by Republican nominee Donald Trump.
“Sure I would like to be at such an epic event just to look Hillary in the face,” Broaddrick exclusively told The American Mirror.
When the Mirror asked Broaddrick what she would say to Hillary Clinton if given the opportunity, she answered, “Remember me? I’m the one your husband raped and you threatened. I’m still here telling the truth and you are a liar.”
The Clinton campaign announced that it would have tech billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, a Hillary Clinton supporter and outspoken critic of Trump’s, sitting in the front row of the first presidential debate on Monday.
Trump responded by tweeting on Saturday morning that “If dopey Mark Cuban of failed Benefactor fame wants to sit in the front row, perhaps I will put Gennifer Flowers right alongside of him!” Gennifer Flowers had a 12-year extramarital affair with Bill Clinton while the serial woman abuser was the Governor of Arkansas, an affair Clinton initially denied until audio tapes surfaced exposing him as a liar. Nevertheless, Americans stupidly elected Clinton and now we are looking at his wife as a potential president as well.
Despite reports to the contrary, Trump running mate Mike Pence told Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday that Gennifer Flowers will not be attending the debate on Monday.
Trump has had his own well-publicized extramarital affairs as well and bringing Gennifer Flowers to the debate would only remind voters of his philandering. Having Juanita Broaddrick at the debate would be much more powerful and would expose Hillary Clinton’s hypocrisy on the issue of sexual assault and rape victims as well as her claim of being a champion for women.
It’s one thing to stay with a man after an affair. It is quite another, however, to stay with a man after a rape. Not only did Hillary do just that, she also helped craft and lead the “nuts and sluts” campaign to discredit Bill’s victims.