Donald Trump has brought the name Juanita Broaddrick to the forefront by retweeting Broaddrick’s recent tweets about Trump and Bill Clinton. As seen in the following Associated Press photo by Ed Bailey from August 19, 2000, Juanita’s friends protested on Broaddrick’s behalf in New York.
Juanita’s friends could be seen in front of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign headquarters that day, frustrated because Broaddrick’s friends claimed Hillary did not respond to Juanita’s rape allegation against Bill from a 1978 alleged sexual assault. Broaddrick said that Bill — then Arkansas attorney general — raped her in a hotel room. The above photo of the Clintons was taken four years later, in 1982.
As seen in the above photo, Juanita’s friend held a sign that claimed Hillary betrayed women and was as ambitious as Judas Iscariot from the Bible — a man who betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.
On January 6, Juanita published a tweet on Twitter that has been pinned to the top of Broaddrick’s Twitter account. Broaddrick wrote that Bill raped her, and that instead of Hillary helping Juanita in the wake of the alleged rape, Juanita wrote that Clinton tried to silence Broaddrick.
“I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73….it never goes away.”
That tweet from Broaddrick has received nearly 75,000 retweets and more than 52,000 likes on Twitter.
After news of Trump’s shocking video broke on Friday, Juanita began tweeting again about Trump, Hillary, and Bill.
Geraldo Rivera FB apology for defending Ailes. I made this comment on his page. pic.twitter.com/DoBsbZw9Tz— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) September 9, 2016
“Hillary calls Trump’s remarks ‘horrific’ while she lives with and protects a ‘Rapist’. Her actions are horrific.”
That tweet from Broaddrick has been retweeted more than 13,000 times on Twitter, with more that 17,000 likes for that Twitter tweet as of this writing.
Once more, Broaddrick tweeted an earlier tweet about Trump saying bad things, but Juanita claimed Hillary threatened her because Bill raped Broaddrick. Juanita claimed that Bill’s actions against women were worse than Trump’s words against women.
“How many times must it be said? Actions speak louder than words. DT said bad things! HRC threatened me after BC raped me.”
Trump’s retweeting of Juanita’s tweet was Trump sending Hillary a message of what to expect during the upcoming debate, reports Politico.
As reported by the Boston Herald, Broaddrick went off the radar after the day Juanita claimed Bill raped her, because Broaddrick reported that Bill bit her lip and held her down on a bed in a room at the Camelot Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas, when he allegedly sexually assaulted Juanita.
Juanita said that Bill advised Broaddrick to put ice on her bloody and swollen lip before Clinton left the room.
Broaddrick claims that Hillary knew about Bill’s alleged rape of Juanita, because a few weeks after the sexual assault, Broaddrick said Hillary found Juanita at a political fundraiser, stared at Broaddrick, and told her she appreciated her silence, in essence.
“I just want you to know how much Bill and I appreciate what you do for him.”
Juanita received calls at the nursing home where she was employed, claimed Broaddrick — and those calls came from Bill after the alleged rape.
As reported by the Daily Mail, Broaddrick had witnesses that saw Juanita crying, upset, and with a swollen mouth after leaving Bill’s presence during the time Broaddrick says Bill raped her.
Norma Rogers worked with Juanita in 1978 when Broaddrick was witnessed with torn pantyhose.
Years later, in 1991, Broaddrick received an apology from Bill, claims Juanita, mere weeks prior to when Clinton began his presidential campaign. The Daily Mail also reports that women from Clinton’s past, like Juanita, could be Trump’s secret weapons during the upcoming debate.
Broaddrick claims Hillary’s ambitions are based on monetary gains.
“She did it all for power and money. She is not for women’s rights when it comes to Bill Clinton’s victims.”
[Featured Image by AP Images]