On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton, still smarting from her 2016 loss to Donald Trump in the presidential election, expressed her delight over the announcement that House Democrats were seeking to impeach Trump. Clinton wrote, “The president of the United States has betrayed our country. That’s not a political statement — it’s a harsh reality, and we must act. He is a clear and present danger to the things that keep us strong and free. I support impeachment.”
The president of the United States has betrayed our country.
That’s not a political statement—it’s a harsh reality, and we must act.
He is a clear and present danger to the things that keep us strong and free.
I support impeachment.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 25, 2019
Juanita Broaddrick, who has claimed for decades that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 and that Hillary Clinton aided with the cover-up, fired back at Hillary, “You idiot. Every time you open your mouth, another Democrat walks straight to the Republican Party and puts on a Red MAGA hat.”
You idiot. Every time you open your mouth, another Democrat walks straight to the Republican Party and puts on a Red MAGA hat. https://t.co/pcsXoQiEdV
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) September 25, 2019
Broaddrick has not been shy about going after Hillary for some time; in June 2016 , as Hillary was on the verge of claiming the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, Broaddrick told BizPac Review that when Hillary previously had the audacity to say that all sexual assault victims should be “heard” and “believed,” Broaddrick had had enough. Broaddrick stated, “When I first heard that … I thought ‘my gosh how disgusting.’ Shame on you, Hillary; you’re the last one in the world that should be making that statement after what you’ve done to me and the other women.”
On April 25, 2018, the 40thanniversary of the day Broaddrick said was the day Bill Clinton raped her, she issued a series of tweets delineating what she said had happened in 1978, concluding by tweeting: “To Bill and Hillary Clinton … I am never going to stop telling the world how truly Evil you are.”
In September 2019, as a new book coauthored by Hillary and her daughter Chelsea titled “The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience,” was released, Hillary tweeted: “What does it mean to be a gutsy woman? It’s about never giving up — and working to pave the way for the next generation.” Hillary added in a video, “[Gutsy women are those] who faced obstacles and kept going and they could see what a difference it might make in their own lives and even more broadly. We’re in favor of people who are gusty not only because they want to achieve something, but because they want to pave the way for others who are going to come behind.”
Broaddrick snapped, “Give me a d— break, Hilly. You wouldn’t know gutsy if it kicked you in the [posterior]. You’ve been shielded and protected all your life. Be assured, I will never give up telling the world about you and your rapist husband. I’m still here.”
Before that Broaddrick had published her own book, titled, “You Better Put Some Ice on That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton,” in which she wrote about being invited to the second presidential debate of 2016 by the Trump campaign. She recalled:
I made the decision to go. I didn’t care what had brought about the invitation. Bill Clinton’s victims had been told for decades to go back in the woodwork and that our stories were not newsworthy. It was time to disagree with that notion and visibly support Donald Trump by our appearance. The media perception was, “This was not about Bill Clinton … Hillary was the candidate.” Wrong, This had everything to do with a candidate running for president of the United States who had threatened and intimidated her husband’s victims.”