ST. LOUIS, MO — Juanita Broaddrick, the Little Rock, Arkansas woman who has accused then Attorney General of Arkansas Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978, says a sisterhood formed among the women who accused Clinton and his wife Hillary of hurting and intimidating them.
“We were all crying during our joint interview. We all looked at each other and said, ‘My goodness we are all here together and we felt like it was a great thing,'” Broaddrick told The Daily Caller Sunday night after she, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Kathy Shelton held a press conference with Donald Trump before Trump’s second debate with Hillary Clinton at Washington University.
Broaddrick was critical of the questions reporters asked at the press conference saying, “We were all asking why aren’t they asking Bill Clinton the same thing.”
Many have known about former President Bill Clinton’s sexual harassment scandals involving Willey as well as Jones that were first reported in the 1990’s. However, Shelton’s story, which goes back to 1975 when a 41-year old drifter raped her on the side of a rural desolate road in Arkansas, was only revealed in the last few years.
Shelton agreed to be named years later because her rapist’s attorney was none other than Hillary Clinton, who attacked Shelton’s credibility even though Clinton knew her attacker was guilty. Mrs. Clinton laughed about the case later in a taped interview.
“It brought tears to my eyes when we heard Kathy Shelton speak. We all know her story now. She suffered. She was in a coma. And Hillary Clinton laughed about getting this man off that brutally raped this young girl. We all just felt so bad for what Hilary did to her,” Broaddrick said.
As far as Mrs. Clinton’s reaction to Donald Trump’s 2005 sexually charged remarks, Broaddrick had this to say:
“Well I think it’s absolutely absurd when she has protected a rapist all of these years. How can she make those comments about some words somebody spoke when she has protected Bill Clinton and enabled him?”