A 73-year-old woman by the name of Juanita Broaddrick has spoken out about how former US president Bill Clinton allegedly raped her when she was 35-years-old whilst she was working for him, viralthread reports.
Unbelievable, she also claims that current presidential candidate, and wife of Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, tried to cover-up the ordeal.
She claims that the rape occurred in 1978, when Clinton was working as the Arkansas attorney general, however, she first made the allegation public back in 1999. Speaking to Vox, Broaddick confirmed that the tweet was indeed sent by her, and that she posted it in reaction the publicity Hillary has been receiving in the US presidential election campaign.
She stated: “I guess it was just seeing them on TV so much now, and her [Hillary] with the Benghazi [hearing]. That was impossible, to watch her during that, and now having to see her on the TV, and on the TV campaigning – it’s torture. I have to grab and switch my TV every time I turn around.”
The allegation comes a couple of months after Hillary posted the following Tweet back in November.
A couple of weeks later, Broaddick’s name was mentioned along with Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones – another two former employees of Bill’s who accused him of sexual assault in the 1990s – when a woman at an event in New Hampshire questioned Hillary about the legitimacy of her tweet.
“But would you say that Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones should be believed as well?” Clinton quickly responded with: “Well, I would say that everyone should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence.” Kudos to Viralthread.