Sometime Friday evening retired Arkansas nursing home owner Juanita Broaddrick received a message from the host of a national cable TV news show asking her if she had been on Twitter to see that the sentiment in the Twitterverse was swinging towards her.
It has been a long and difficult road for Broaddrick, since Arkansas Gov. William J. Clinton told her it was too crowded to meet as planned at the coffee shop in the lobby of Little Rock’s Camelot Hotel. The governor told her it would be better for him to order two coffees and bring them up to her room.
I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73….it never goes away.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) January 6, 2016
Watch this 2015 interview with Juanita Broaddrick from One America News:
Even one year ago, when Broaddrick was brought up in the context of Hillary R. Clinton’s campaign for the White House, there was pushback from the leftist-dominated mainstream media.
At one point, during the summer, “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd compared people, who believed Broaddrick to conspiracy theorists questioning the circumstances surrounding the 1993 death of Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster Jr.
Then, Harvey Weinstein was exposed Oct. 5.
After Weinstein, there were more: Leon Wieseltier, the former editor of The New Republic and Hamilton Fish, the president and publisher of The New Republic. “Morning Joe” contributor Mark Halperin, Director of the CBS Diversity Showcase Rick Najera, NPR News Director Michael Ores, “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey and Comic Louis C.K.–and then, “Star Trek” crewmember George Takei.
Perhaps the tipping point came Thursday when The Washington Post quoted four Alabama women, who told stories about awkward and sexually-tinged encounters with GOP Senate nominee Roy S. Moore.
With the other names, the media was going through the motions and each monster exposed was accompanied by a sadness for a career sullied, but with Moore? It was game on.
As the media’s ebullient coverage of Moore and his accusers ramped up, the hypocrisy of it all brought people around to consider the case of Broaddrick and Clinton.
Leading the charge is MSNBC host Chris Hayes:
As gross and cynical and hypocrtical as the right's "what about Bill Clinton" stuff is, it's also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) November 10, 2017
Does this sound familiar? pic.twitter.com/eCby6bxsGS
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) November 10, 2017
I think it’s time to talk about Juanita Broaddrick. I believe her. https://t.co/2hdGnsnVNn
— eve peyser (@evepeyser) November 11, 2017
WATCH: General Flynn SPEAKS OUT In First Interview Since Pardon: “President Trump Won This Election”
Flynn is speaking out.
Former White House National Security Advisor and retired US Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn spoke out on the topic of improprieties in the 2020 presidential election on Saturday, speaking out in his first public remarks since receiving a presidential pardon from President Donald Trump. Flynn was pardoned from charges of lying to the FBI, criminal allegations that the Department of Justice has since renounced after the revelation of pervasive FBI misconduct in a series of interrogations Flynn was subject to.
Lieutenant General Flynn expressed his confidence that President Donald Trump secured an overwhelming electoral college victory in the 2020 presidential election, stating that he believes President Trump won 350 electoral college votes.
“He’s going to win Pennsylvania. He’s going to win Arizona. He’s going to win Georgia. He’s going to win Nevada. He’s going to win Michigan.”
Lt. Gen. Flynn went on to cite discrepancies occurring with election software and hardware supplied by Dominion, a company that has become a source of controversy for its contracts to provide elections systems utilized in many US states. He called reports of a Biden victory the “greatest fraud in American history.”
Flynn argued that the mass-scale political censorship utilized by Big Tech monopolies such as Twitter constitute a form of election interference.
“I just cannot believe the media and the censorship that is going on… Look at what Twitter is doing to the President of the United States of America. It’s infuriating to me, and an abomination to the First Amendment.”
“The President is being censored by US companies… Think about that. I’m at a loss when I talk about it. That has to stop being allowed… How dare they do that to the President of the United States.”
Flynn didn’t speak on the circumstances of his pardon, instead opting to focus on the political crisis facing the United States as citizens face the prospect of a disputed and unclear election.
“I’m not frustrated. I’m determined.”
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