On Tuesday night, a tweet published by actress and #MeToo activist Alyssa Milano gushing over alleged rapist and former President Bill Clinton resurfaced online.
"Bill Clinton, I love you so much. Like crazy amounts of love," Milano posted in 2012.
Naturally, this generated much attention.
Milano claims to advocate for victims and persistently shames those who have the audacity to question the credibility and veracity of sexual misconduct accusations. The left-wing actress held an "I believe survivors" sign during last week's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing regarding uncorroborated and vague sexual assault allegations launched against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, for example. And in a recent op-ed for CNN, she labeled Kavanaugh a "sexual predator" and said she believes accuser Christine Blasey Ford, recalling the "unmistakable ring of truth in every word she said" during her testimony.
Meanwhile, Clinton, whom Milano loves "crazy amounts," has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 14 women.
One person in particular found the gushing Clinton tweet concerning: Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who has long claimed Clinton raped her in a hotel room some 40 years ago. Moreover, Broaddrick claims Mrs. Clinton — another hero of Milano's — subsequently threatened her to keep her mouth shut about the alleged rape.
Broaddick was widely ignored or ridiculed by Democrats and their counterparts in the mainstream media at the time she came forward with her allegation.
"Could you give us an update on this tweet [Alyssa Milano] REAL victims of Bill Clinton would like to hear from you or will you continue with your double standard bulls***?" inquired Broaddrick on Twitter.
Milano, unsurprisingly, has yet to respond to Broaddrick directly or address the pro-Clinton tweet.
This begs the question: Who is to be believed by the #MeToo activists?
It seems there might possibly be a political bend here.