Bill Clinton Rape Accuser Calls Out ‘Hypocrisy’ In Democratic Party Over Ellison Allegations

Juanita Broaddrick, the alleged President Bill Clinton rape survivor, is speaking out on the “hypocrisy” in the Democratic Party over its handling of the several sexual assault allegations rocking Washington.

Broaddrick, speaking with Breitbart News, expressed frustration with “this double standard that’s going on with Brett Kavanaugh.”

“Back in 1999, Sen. Schumer, Sen. Feinstein, and Sen. Durban refused to read my investigation and record with the independent counsel—completely refused, even after they were asked by the committee,” she said.

“They’re trying to ruin this man all because of politics,” she continued, calling the Democrats’ handling of the allegations against Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN-03) “one of the most ridiculous of all.”

“She has all the records that she needs. She has witnesses. She has everything. She has a tape of him pulling her off a bed and screaming at her. Where are those allegations?” she said of Ellison’s accuser Karen Monahan, arguing that the accusations “fell dead.”

“Christine Ford has nothing on tape. Ramirez has nothing on tape. I’m sorry, I think it’s ridiculous,” Broaddrick continued, later calling for an “immediate FBI investigation of Keith Ellison.”

“Ellison is running for AG [attorney general]—same office BC [Bill Clinton] held when he raped me,” she tweeted, with Monahan thanking her “for being a voice for women around the country.”

“I am so sorry for what you went through,” Monahan said. “I stand in solidarity with you and survivors all around the world.”

Ellison recently called for a House Ethics Committee investigation into the allegations made against him, though Monahan thinks the move is just an attempt to save face before the election.

“I am glad it will happen but he is well aware he will be out of Congress before it is complete. He makes himself look good before the election. What people will do for power,” she added.

The Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party is also conducting its own investigation into the claims, which is expected to conclude in the coming days, according to Chairman Ken Martin.

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Anthony Gockowski is managing editor of The Minnesota Sun. Follow Anthony on Twitter. Email tips to [email protected].






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