Since Hillary Clinton started running for president, Juanita Broaddrick has resurrected old accusations she made in 1999 that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 when he was the attorney general of Arkansas.
Most dramatically, Broaddrick wrote this Tweet in January 2016:
Broaddrick has pinned the tweet to the top of her page. It has been retweeted more than 81,000 times.
Broaddrick is on Facebook, but she does not make public posts on it. Her cover photo is a picture of a house with Christmas tree lights on it.
However, on Twitter she has been extremely active throughout the presidential campaign, frequently tweeting her support for the Donald Trump/Mike Pence ticket and strongly criticizing Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. She has also repeatedly alleged that “trolls” supporting Hillary Clinton have threatened to beat her up, called her names, and otherwise cyber bullied her. She also frequently retweets articles criticizing the Clintons, and has raised questions about Hillary’s health.
When Chelsea Clinton said after the first debate that Trump bringing up her father’s past would be a “distraction” from important issues, Broaddrick unleashed a stream of tweets directed at the former First Daughter:
Broaddrick first publicly made the rape claims in 1999 (after initially denying them in a sworn affidavit), and she has given several televised interviews, including one recently. She alleges that Clinton raped her, and bit her lip, in a Little Rock hotel room. She also claims Hillary tried to encourage her silence later.
Clinton’s lawyer has denied the allegations, and Broaddrick did not report the allegations at the time. Rather, she alleged them years later after being sought out in Ken Starr’s investigation into Paula Jones’ sexual harassment allegations against Clinton. Clinton later settled the Paula Jones case for $850,000.
Here are some of the many other tweets that Broaddrick has made on the rape allegations, the Clintons, Donald Trump, and politics in general:
Read more of Broaddrick’s tweets here.
You can read a full review of the evidence here: