Juanita Broaddrick says Hillary Clinton ‘scared me to death’ after intense confrontation

Juanita Broaddrick feels she needs to speak out about Bill Clinton allegedly raping her and let people know that Hillary Clinton is “not for all women.”

Broaddrick, who accused the former president of raping her in 1978, joined other women who have alleged Clinton sexually assaulted them to discuss their claims on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday.

A few weeks after the alleged rape, Broaddrick said she was approached by Hillary Clinton at a fundraiser for her husband who was running for Arkansas governor.

“She comes straight to me and says to me, big smile, very pleasant voice, says to me, ‘I’m Hillary Clinton. It’s so nice to meet you. I just want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill’s campaign,'” Broaddrick recalled. “And I was just going to turn and leave. I nodded and was going to leave. And I feel somebody grabbing my arm and I thought it was somebody behind me. And it was her.”

Broaddrick, now 73, remembered Clinton pulling her in close and in a “very angry,” “very low” voice asking her, “Do you understand everything you do?”

“And that just scared me to death,” Broaddrick told host Sean Hannity. “That woman looking straight into my eyes, very angrily saying that to me. I felt like at that moment, she knew everything and was saying, ‘You better keep quiet.'”

Speaking out in this presidential campaign is important, Broaddrick believes because there is a generation that may not know her story.

“I think it’s real important for the millennials to know, those that weren’t born,” she said, “and those that were too young to understand what we went through.”

“I thought that we might possibly be able to bring this out and influence people,” she added,  “and be able to tell them that Hillary is not for all women. Hillary is only for one woman and that’s herself.”

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