Jones, Broaddrick Rip Dem Women's 'Great Epiphany' on Clinton

Elias Hubbard
November 18, 2017

Juanita Broaddrick and Paula Jones said it's laughable that Democrats are suddenly condemning sexual abuse when they didn't lift a finger to help them when they accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment and rape. We understand that-as with the women now accusing the U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sex crimes-it can take an abuser's rise to greater fame and power that prompts them to stand up for themselves and tell the painful truth. We were not believed. This great epiphany, which should have occurred 20 years ago coming about now... "And there were allegations that were disproved".

How did Broaddrick and Jones react?

The book's title, "You'd Better Put Some Ice On That", is a reference to what Broaddrick says Clinton told her after he allegedly raped her in an Arkansas hotel room in 1978.

"How could she say I was discredited when I was not discredited?" said Jones on "The Ingraham Angle" on Fox News, on Friday night. "Then he looked at me and said "You better put some ice on that". But as a Democratic candidate for president-one whose historic campaign was largely centered on the glass ceiling and the rise of women-she had a Grand Canyon-sized vulnerability, as she learned a year before the general election when she blithely tweeted out this corker: "Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported".

Ingraham, an attorney, weighed in with her suggestion: "She should call you and apologize on behalf of all those so-called feminists who covered for Clinton all those years". If you're married to a man and you don't know your husband is doing this, something is wrong.

Juanita Broaddrick: "No human being was protected more than Bill Clinton was...and no human being was more harassed and ridiculed and trashed as Bill Clinton's victims were". I should feel ecstatic about it, but I don't. And the only reason why they ever stayed together is because it was a political marriage. In 1998, Clinton settled Jones' lawsuit by paying her a whopping $850,000 (that's equivalent to $1.25 million today). "But let me tell you: She knew what he was doing".

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a former Clinton acolyte, introduced a bill this week aimed at stamping out sexual harassment in Congress.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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