The investigative journalist who penned exposes of rapists such as Harvey Weinstein now says there are “credible” accusations of rape against liberal icon and former President Bill Clinton.
Appearing on comedian Bill Maher’s HBO show, Ronan Farrow, whose work over the last few years helped spawn the #MeToo movement, said that rape allegations against Clinton made years ago by Juanita Broaddrick are “credible” and that attention to them is long “overdue.”
The extremist, left-wing comedian asked Farrow if he feels that Bill Clinton could ever survive in today’s era of hyper-awareness of sexual misconduct. Farrow essentially replied that Clinton should not have survived the 1990s when Broaddrick accused him of rape back then.
“I think that it is very important to interject that Bill Clinton is a different conversation,” Farrow told Maher. “He has been credibly accused of rape. That has nothing to do with gray areas. I think that the Juanita Broaddrick claim has been overdue for revisiting.”
Broaddrick accused Bill Clinton of rape in 1999. She said he raped her in her hotel room in Little Rock in 1978, when he was Arkansas attorney general and running for governor. Clinton has always denied the allegations, but Farrow apparently believes that Broaddrick charges have a ring of truth to them.
Farrow recently accused another Clinton of improper behavior, too.
In his book Catch and Kill, he said that Hillary Clinton and her surrogates pressured him to stop investigating rape allegations against Hollywood Mogul Harvey Weinstein. Farrow was told that exposing Weinstein would also be “a concern” for Hillary’s reputation since she spent decades palling around with Weinstein and taking his millions in political donations.
In the book, Farrow reveals a 2017 email he received from Hillary’s publicist, Nick Merrill, telling Farrow to dump the investigation into Weinstein.
One reason is the big money the Hollywood pervert had donated to Hillary.
Weinstein gave Clinton more than $26,000 in contributions since her initial Senate run in 2000, according to the Federal Election Commission.
After Farrow’s story came out, Clinton decried Weinstein’s behavior and claimed she would donate the amount he gave her to charity. There is no indication if she ever did.
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