Bill Clinton Rape Victim Juanita Broaddrick Back on Twitter and Cuts No Slack

Juanita Broaddrick describes her April 25, 1978 attack by Bill Clinton as a “forcible, brutal rape.”

“My life changed forever,” she explains being “brutally raped by Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton. I have spent the majority of my life trying to forget and watching the Evil thrive.”

Broaddrick titled her book after what Clinton told her to do with her injuries from his attack.

Broaddrick has consistently maintained that the future President of the United States of America assaulted her in a Little Rock, Ark., hotel room when she was a volunteer during his first gubernatorial campaign in the state.

Over the years, as more Clinton sex victims came forward, Broaddrick’s description of her attack is very similar to accounts of others.

In a series of 2016 emails and phone calls between Sally Miller and me, the former Miss Arkansas revealed her “sexual rendezvous” with then Governor Clinton.

Miller said that Clinton “henchmen” operatives threatened her on numerous occasions if she revealed information that could place Hillary in a bad light as the former First Lady’s 2016 election campaign proceeded.

Sally Miller, center

Miller believed that Clinton associate (and former chief of staff) Betsey Wright was in charge of Hillary’s “bimbo patrol, ” — goons who tracked down women who had affairs with, or men who knew too much about Bill, or those he sexually attacked, to shut them up.”

But the intimidations didn’t quiet Miller, Broaddrick and others.

Juanita Broaddrick’s Twitter account was reinstated after Twitter censored her for speaking out against the Clintons, dangers of COVID Bioweapon jabs and dirty politics. The lady hasn’t backed down and enjoys robust followings on her social media channels including TRUTH, Parler, Gab and Twitter.

With over 1.1 million followers she remains at the top of the charts on Twitter influencers.

Here are notable recent examples of her comments or retweets:



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