Bill Clinton rape accuser has newly revealed Twitter account and a lot to say!

After nearly two decades, Juanita Broaddrick, one of the women who claims to have been raped by Bill Clinton, is breaking her silence.

A Twitter account making buzz about Clinton’s seedy past has been confirmed to belong to Broaddrick, who had accused Clinton of raping her during his 1978 gubernatorial campaign.

Broaddrick’s brought her allegations to the forefront in 1999, but was hammered by the Clinton machine and was largely dismissed, not to mention ridiculed, by a lap-dog media.

“Hillary tried to silence me,” Broaddrick tweeted.

The account was tracked down and verified by The Hill who reached out to Broaddrick for an interview.

“I’ve been quiet for too long, and now with the possibility of [Hillary Clinton] being the Democratic nominee and possibly president, I feel the need to get involved,” she said.

It seems Broaddrick might be mustering some strength from Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump.

“He says the things I like to hear,” Broaddrick said.

Trump has been quick to call out Hillary’s hypocrisy of touting herself a champion of women’s issues, while helping her husband to cover-up numerous sexual assault charges.

While Broaddrick refused to label herself as either Republican or Democrat, she said she is supporting Trump for president, according to the Hill.

Broaddrick’s new found use of Twitter is not a welcome sight for Hillary supporters. Her words are often haunting:

As reporter for the Democrat, Dylan Matthews also confirmed, it’s her. Sorry, guys.


It looks like Broaddrick had a go at Twitter and may have broached the subject with a cryptic tweet in October.

Perhaps she was getting ready to speak out. And like him or not, Trump may have been the one to give her wings.


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