Juanita Broaddrick just trashed Hillary Clinton calling her a fake person and she is not wrong about that.
Juanita said Hillary was a fake feminist because she knew what Bill did to women and she helped him cover it up.
She tells one chilling story about Hillary: “She comes straight over to me and as she is walking toward me … takes ahold of my hand and says, ‘I just want you to know how appreciative we are for everything you are doing for his campaign.’ ”
Juanita recounted that as she turned to leave, Hillary grabbed her arm again and with an icy, knowing stare said, Do you understand everything that you do?”
“It was hateful. I couldn’t believe it. She knows,” Broaddrick said.
As to whether she will watch Hillary’s new documentary said she will take a pass, “To watch that woman talk is torture.”
From the New York Post:
“I can’t watch it. I’ll see clips of it probably from Twitter or Facebook or something like that but to watch that woman talk is torture,” Broaddrick, now 77, told The Post. “I guess because I have so many feelings about her as being a fake person, a fake feminist and knowing what she did to all of the victims of her husband.”
Broaddrick, then 35, first met Clinton, then 31, while working as a nursing home administrator in Van Buren, Arkansas, when he paid a visit during his first campaign for governor in 1978. She became a fan and campaign volunteer, and Clinton told her to call when she was at the capital.
When Broaddrick was in Little Rock a few weeks later for a conference, she suggested meeting for coffee in her hotel lobby. But when Clinton arrived, he insisted they go to her room so he could avoid reporters, she claimed.
It was there the attack unfolded.
“He turned me around and started kissing me, and that was a real shock. I first pushed him away. I just told him ‘No, please don’t do that,’” Broaddrick said during a 1999 Dateline interview when she first went public. “He tries to kiss me again, and the second time he tries to kiss me, he starts biting on my lip. And then he forced me down on the bed. I just was very frightened. I tried to get away from him. I told him ‘No.’ … He wouldn’t listen to me.”
After the alleged rape, she recalled during her interview with The Post, “I was a walking zombie for months. I couldn’t even hardly do my job. I couldn’t hardly believe what had happened to me.”