While the country is distracted by the smear campaign against Donald Trump, three women are trying to remind voters that the Republican nominee isn’t the only one with a questionable history with women.
Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, and Kathleen Willey sat down with Sean Hannity on Thursday, days after being bashed by the mainstream media – not for the first time in their lives. The women discussed the presidential race, Trump’s controversies, and the twisted double-standard coming from the Clinton campaign.
“I thought that we might possibly be able to bring this out and influence people and be able to tell them that Hillary is not for all women,” said Broaddrick, who claims she was raped by Bill Clinton in the late 1970s. “Hillary is only for one woman and that’s herself.”
Willey said the mainstream media was doing everything possible to maximize Trump’s sins while minimizing those committed by the former president.
“Everybody is calling Bill Clinton’s crimes infidelities,” said Willey, who says Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her when she was a volunteer at the White House. “Rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment are not infidelities. They are crimes and misdemeanors.”
The three women said that Hillary Clinton could not fairly be characterized as a longsuffering spouse, victimized by her philandering husband. The former secretary of state, they said, was implicit in covering up Bill Clinton’s crimes.
Broaddrick described the way Hillary approached her a few weeks after her husband had forced himself upon her.
“She comes straight to me and says to me, big smile, very pleasant voice, says to me, ‘I’m Hillary Clinton. It’s so nice to meet you. I just want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill’s campaign,'” Broaddrick said.
She told Hannity that Hillary waited a beat and grabbed her arm, pulling her close. “‘Do you understand everything you do?'” she asked Broaddrick.
Broaddrick said that the message was unmistakable. “I felt like at that moment, she knew everything and was saying, ‘You better keep quiet.'”
The media wants us to treat these women’s stories as old news. We’re talking about these OTHER decades-old accusations right now, people! Pay no attention to these harlots. Not all sexual assault victims deserve to be believed – only the ones who say what we want them to say.
The hypocrisy is astounding.