Juanita Broaddrick Drops Hammer On “Gutless”: Hillary Clinton: “It’s not gutsy to stay married to a rapist”


Many political observers are now seeing a lane open up for Hillary Clinton to run for president again.

They point to Biden falling – now Biden was falling before Trump went to work on him and he seems shaky at best under the attacks.

Look, if Biden wins the nomination and he acts like it is still 2008 he will get steamrolled. The rest of the field is too left so many think Hillary could sneak in and take the nomination.

Hillary is out there making the television rounds promoting something when she stunned America by saying the gutsiest decision as to stay married to Bill?

Really? Enter Juanita Broaddrick to bring Hillary back down to earth: “No… it’s NOT gutsy to stay married to a rapist. ITS CALLED GUTLESS.”

From Politico: “Can I ask you, what’s the gutsiest thing you’ve ever done?” ABC News’ Amy Robach asked Hillary Clinton at the conclusion of the joint interview.

 “Ah, boy, I think the gutsiest thing I’ve ever done — well, personally, make the decision to stay in my marriage,” she replied. “Publicly, politically, run for president. And keep going. Just get up every day and keep going.”

When posed the same question, Chelsea Clinton appeared caught off guard by the unvarnished response from her mother, who was often criticized by pundits for a perceived lack of authenticity on the campaign trail.

“Oh, goodness, I think I’m so overwhelmed by my mother’s answer that I’m a bit out of words,” she said, before citing her own role as a mom to three children.

Hillary Clinton also told ABC that she had not been questioned in relation to the Trump administration’s investigation into the email records of current and former State Department officials who sent messages to her private email address.

The Washington Post reported over the weekend that those correspondences have been retroactively classified and could violate security protocols.

“I think it’s an unfortunate diversion,” Hillary Clinton said of the probe. “You go and you talk to people who’ve been experienced diplomats for many years, and then you retroactively classify what they said 10 years ago? I think it’s really a shame that they’re doing that, and hopefully people will not be distracted.”