Juanita Broaddrick Is Making It Her Life Mission To Destroy Bill Clinton
Juanita Broaddrick is revving up her claim that Bill Clinton raped her in a hotel room in 1978 when he was Arkansas Attorney General. The incident allegedly transpired three years after Bill and Hillary Clinton wed.
And now…she’s taking her allegations and her show on the road.
“HELP US BRING JUSTICE TO BILL CLINTON,” Broaddrick shouted on Twitter Tuesday morning.
With financing from a GoFundMe page, Kyle Olson and The American Mirror is working with her to document every filthy detail of her journey from beginning to end.
The GoFundMe page, which has so far raised $1,607 in the hopes of hitting 75K, leaves no room for debate.”Juanita Broaddrick was raped by Bill Clinton in 1978 and he still hasn’t been brought to justice,” it says.
Broaddrick is hoping the film will prompt the FBI to open an investigation.
The crew promises to meet the Clintons wherever they go. “We’ll take the film on the road during the Clintons’ upcoming tour in the Spring by screening it in every city they appear — on the very same night,” it says. “We’ll give people an opportunity to stand with the Clintons — or one of Bill’s victims.”
The page makes it clear that Broaddrick doesn’t want the money — it will all go to the film and getting Bill Clinton to pay the legal price she says he hasn’t paid.
Lots of contributions are small and come from normal-sounding names. There are, however, a bunch of anonymous donations and one person calling himself Debunkey Monkey (I’m going to assume this is a man.).
Broaddrick is an avid President Trump supporter. She was notably among his guests in 2016 during a presidential debate against Hillary Clinton.
As much as Broaddrick is injecting her own brand of #MeToo into the movement, she doubted Christine Blasey Ford‘s allegations against Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh. She told The Daily Caller News Foundation that she doesn’t believe her or any of Kavanaugh’s accusers.
She finds it odd that none of Ford’s confidants knew about the incident around the time she says it occurred. Broaddrick, meanwhile, believes her own story is more solid because she told people vivid details right around the time it happened — including the date, the place and the well-reported lip biting.