Millions of Americans were disgusted by the sickening acts of sexual abuse committed by liberal Hollywood elitist Harvey Weinstein.
But some close to Weinstein took their sweet time to respond, including Hillary Clinton.
And a woman who accused Bill Clinton of raping her had a mouthful to say to Hillary.
As a Democrat mega-donor who supported the Clinton family for decades, Harvey Weinstein was close to Hillary Clinton.
When the allegations of sexual assault against Weinstein started coming to light, Hillary was put in a tough spot.
After some time to plan out a response, she eventually put out a statement that she was “shocked and appalled” by Weinstein’s actions.
And there was one person who really didn’t buy her sincerity.
Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her twice in a hotel room in 1978, immediately went to Twitter to question Hillary.
Hillary, you weren't shocked or appalled. You have lived with that same behavior from your husband for decades. pic.twitter.com/lPzSTn9SS2
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) October 10, 2017
Broaddrick firmly believes Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein are cut from the same cloth, and that they are both similarly protected from their actions through the power they wield.
She believes that she stayed silent for far too long, but is at least grateful that another Clinton is not in the White House.
As reported by Breitbart:
“Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of raping her twice in a hotel room in 1978, sees echoes of her own experiences in the case of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused by scores of actresses over the years of sexual harassment or assault.
“Harvey Weinstein and Bill Clinton are cut from the same cloth,” Broaddrick charged in an interview with this reporter on Tuesday. “They are both powerful men and had the ability to protect themselves from the rumors and whispers about their well known, deviant and criminal behavior.”
“Their victims were bullied into silence while most reporters and those in the ‘know’ looked the other way,” she said.
Broaddrock asserted that “Hillary’s entourage waged war on Bill’s victims while Weinstein had his own army of Hollywood elite to protect him.”
“It’s the same scenario over and over with these high profile sexual predators,” Broaddrick stated.
“I was reluctant to come forward just like Weinstein’s victims were. Our abusers were too powerful and could destroy our livelihood and our world as we knew it.”
Broaddrick lamented that she “stayed silent too long.”
“I have to live with that,” she added. “Life goes on but I thank God every day another Clinton is not in the White House.””
Throughout the entirety of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, rape accusations against her husband became a big issue for her.
Then Republican nominee Donald Trump famously invited several women who accused Bill Clinton of rape and other unwanted sexual advances as guests of his to one of the Presidential debates against Hillary Clinton.
Bill Clinton has denied these allegations, but many women firmly stand by their claims.
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