In an exclusive interview with WND, Juanita Broaddrick said that 40 years later, she’s beginning to receive support for her claim that Bill Clinton raped her when he was Arkansas’s attorney general.
It’s happening because the Clinton dynasty is falling, a fate deserved by the the former president and his twice-failed presidential hopeful wife, Hillary Clinton, Broaddrick said.
“I think it’s happening now. Their loss of power that we’re seeing right now is very important. That is why you see so many people now coming out to support me – these people in the media that downed me years ago, that said ‘she’s lying’ and would ridicule me – it’s only because the Clinton are losing their power,” she said.
Broaddrick spoke with WND at the conclusion of a news conference Wednesday in which she and other women who claim to have been assaulted by Bill Clinton called for the resignations of two Democrats in Congress, John Conyers and Al Franken, who have been accused of sexual misconduct.
The Media Equality Project held the press conference at the National Press Club to also demand that Congress end taxpayer-funded payouts to harassment victims. (Read more from “Woman Who Says Bill Clinton Raped Her Sees Dynasty Falling” HERE)