Comedian and anti-Trump activist Chelsea Handler finally addressed Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick on Wednesday night: "I'm sorry," wrote Handler, adding, "I believe you."
Broaddrick has long claimed that then-Arkansas AG Clinton raped her in a hotel room in the '70s and that twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (whom Handler avidly supported in the last election) threatened Broaddrick into silence.
On Sunday, Handler sounded off on the recent sexual assault allegations launched against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. "Imagine being molested by an older man. Then that man denies ever doing it and then goes on and gets elected to United States senate," wrote the former Netflix host. "What kind of message does that send to young girls everywhere? And men to all the men who abuse women?"
Broaddrick quickly responded to Handler, reminding the comedian that she was allegedly raped by Clinton and silenced by the media and Hillary before that man went on to be elected by Democrats to be POTUS. "But I'm sure you don't want to go there," wrote Broaddrick, implying that Handler's outrage was ignited phony partisanship.
Handler finally replied to Ms. Broaddrick on Wednesday, suggesting she missed the tweet and had been in the dark over Broaddrick's claims against Clinton.
"I'm sorry I'm just seeing this," she wrote. "You are right and I apologize to you for not knowing your story. Democrats along with Republicans and the rest of the worlds’s [sic] political parties all need to do better and respect the firsthand accounts of victims. I believe you."
"Thank you," Broaddrick replied to Handler.
Ms. Handler is a loud Trump critic and was an avid Clinton supporter during the last presidential election. She recently left her Netflix show to focus on left-wing political activism and promoting abortion.