Due Process? Broaddrick Says Bubba Raped Her, Hillary Told Her Be Quiet


Juanita Broaddrick has been active on Twitter this past week, pointing out her claim that she was raped by former President Bubba Clinton, had proof, but never received the attention Kavanaugh’s accuser has received without evidence. But the real hypocritical part of this isn’t’ that Juanita Broaddrick didn’t receive her due process (she didn’t), but according to her story after she was raped by Bubba Clinton Hillary Clinton tried to shut her up.

When Rachel Maddow asked about due process for Judge Kavanaugh the other day you said:

“Yes, there should be due process for everyone involved. And I think that’s what Dr. Ford is asking for. She is asking for due process. She’s asking that there be an investigation. You know, at the end of the investigation, she might very well decide not to pursue her willingness to testify. She might say, well, you know, there’s no way to ever prove it. Who knows what she might decide,” she said.

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Which provoked Ms. Broaddrick to tweet:

Former president Bubba Clinton has been accused of groping or raping fifteen different women. Many of those women, plus some of the women who had consensual affairs with the former POTUS felt threatened by Hillary Clinton to maintain their silence.

Juanita Broaddrick who says that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 (yes that’s 40 years ago–only a few years earlier than the supposed Kavanaugh incident). Three weeks after the alleged rape she saw Hillary Clinton who implied to Juanita that she knew what happened and that Broaddrick better keep quiet about it.  When NBC interviewed her about her claims they would not allow her to talk about the Hillary part of it.

In a 1999 Wall Street Journal article Juanita Broaddrick told about the horrible day in 1978 when she accepted the invitation of Bill Clinton, then running for Governor of Arkansas to visit his campaign headquarters next time she was in Little Rock. When she was in the city attending a nurses conference, she called the office to arrange a visit. Clinton wasn’t there but ” an aide who seemed to expect her call, and who directed her to call the attorney general at his apartment. They arranged to meet at the coffee shop of the Camelot Hotel, where the seminar was held” But the future president said it was too noisy and they should have coffee in her room.

…the conversation did not linger long on the candidate’s plans for social reform. For, Mrs. Broaddrick relates, he then put his arms around her, startling her. “He told me, ‘We’re both married people,’ ” she recalls. She recalls, too, that in her effort to make him see she had no interest of this kind in him, she told him yes, they were both married but she was deeply involved with another man–which was true.

That other man was David Broaddrick who at the time of the WSJ interview (Feb.1999) was her husband of 18 years.

But that didn’t matter to Bill Clinton, “she says, got her onto the bed, held her down forcibly and bit her lips. The sexual entry itself was not without some pain, she recalls, because of her stiffness and resistance. When it was over, she says, he looked down at her and said not to worry, he was sterile–he had had mumps when he was a child.”

“As though that was the thing on my mind–I wasn’t thinking about pregnancy, or about anything,” she says. “I felt paralyzed and was starting to cry.” As he got to the door, she remembers, he turned. “This is the part that always stays in my mind–the way he put on his sunglasses. Then he looked at me and said, ‘You better put some ice on that.’ And then he left.”

Her friend Norma Rogers, a nurse who had accompanied her on the trip, found her on the bed. She was, Ms. Rogers related in an interview, in a state of shock–lips swollen to double their size, mouth discolored from the biting, her pantyhose torn in the crotch. “She just stayed on the bed and kept repeating, ‘I can’t believe what happened.’ ” Ms. Rogers applied ice to Juanita’s mouth, and they drove back home, stopping along the way for more ice..”

Juanita Broaddrick also told her story to NBC News in 1999, (the first of the two videos below). But that video didn’t include the full story.  Then in 2016, Broaddrick told Breitbart News that NBC wouldn’t let her talk about Hillary.

… during the pre-taped interview, she began to tell Myers about a personal meeting with Hillary Clinton three weeks after the alleged rape in 1978, in which, Broaddrick believes, the future First Lady strongly implied the alleged rape victim had to stay silent about her traumatic experience.

Apparently, an NBC staffer present for the filming rushed in front of the camera, interrupted the pre-recorded session, to declare that allegations against Hillary Clinton could not be included in the interview.

In 2007 Sean Hannity interviewed Broaddrick and allowed her to tell the story NBC wouldn’t let Juanita Broaddrick tell (second video below).  When you read the transcript of the interview which follows, you will never be able to see Ms. Clinton as the defender of women that she claims to be.

Three weeks after the incident, a still shocked Broaddrick was in denial about the incident, even though she had told friends and her future husband what happened. Almost blind from the shock she said she attended a private Clinton fundraiser at the home of a local dentist. The segment of the Hannity interview picks up from there:

Broaddrick:  They came in, but just before they did, the driver, who was a — who had gone to the airport and picked them up came over to me and said that — he was a local pharmacist in this area and I think he’s relocated now in Tefavor (ph), but he told me, he said the whole topic of conversation from the airport was you and are you going to be there?  And…

Hannity:  This is a friend of yours, the driver?

Broaddrick:  Yes.

Hannity:  And he told you that?

Broaddrick:  He came over to me and said that, and I really didn’t know what to think about that.  The minute they came in the door, I’m standing over in the living room area and I see them come through the kitchen area, and I see her going up to someone and they’re pointing at me. And I see him go the opposite direction.  I assumed when they came in if I was still there that he might come up and say something, but she made her way just as quick as she could to me.

Hannity:  And what happened?

Broaddrick:  Well, I almost got nauseous when she came over to me.  And she came over to me, took a hold of my hand and said, “I’ve heard so much about you.  And I’ve been dying to meet you” or been wanting to meet you, I can’t — it’s just paraphrasing right now. And she said, “I just want you to know how much Bill and I appreciate what you do for him.”  And I said, “Well, thank you.”  And I started to turn and walk away.  This woman — this little soft spoken — pardon me for the phrase — dowdy woman, that seemed 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.

Hannity:  How hard was she — she was really squeezing?

Broaddrick:  Yes.  She was just holding onto my hand.  She didn’t — 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.

Hannity:  You interpret that to mean she knew about the incident?

Broaddrick:  I certainly do.  “And thank you for keeping quiet.”

Hannity:  How would she have known?

Broaddrick:  I have no idea.  I think that she’s — and I’ve said this before.  I’m not for sure if she knew that it was nonconsensual.  I’m wondering if she thought it was a forced thing or if she thought it was consensual.  And I really don’t know.  At that moment, I don’t know her thoughts.  And to this day, I don’t.  I mean, why would he tell…

Donald Trump may very well be a serial misogynist, but after reading the above and watching the two videos below Do you really believe Hillary Clinton when she calls for “due process?”

 

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