Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones will be forever linked in history as the women who were sexually assaulted by former-President Bill Clinton, yet never given a voice or the benefit of any doubt by a leftist media apparently willing to sacrifice their well-being for raw power in the form of Clinton’s political career.
They are the lone exceptions to the liberals’ oft-cited “women would never lie about it” rule.
Things women do lie about: what they ate for lunch. Things women don't lie about: rape.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) August 4, 2017
Except when the wrong person does the raping, Lena, then it’s a whole other deal.
So when Juanita Broaddrick came out for the removal of a Bill Clinton statue residing in Rapid City, South Dakota, in the spirit of removing statues of people who have done, said, or thought bad things, Paula Jones was quick to agree.
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“Yes, I am 100% offended, and all women should be too,” Jones wrote via Facebook. “And to think Taylor Swift was only grabbed on the ASS (her words), that’s so wrong, but not near as offensive as the Governor groping you and showing you his little crooked pee pee and asking for sexual favors…while I was working, too!”
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Jones’ Taylor Swift comment referred to former radio host David Mueller’s much publicized lawsuit against the singer, which sought $3 million in damages for allegedly destroying his career by claiming he groped her during 2013 meet-and-greet.
#TaylorSwift trial: She's had thousands of fan 'meet & greets'. Why would she falsely accuse just him? Common sense- he's guilty. (2/2) pic.twitter.com/lQBl1CqLxT
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) August 9, 2017
Predictably and justifiably, the suit was tossed out by a judge.
Thankfully, Swift got her justice. But if the perpetrator had been someone like Bill Clinton and Swift had been a non-celebrity, would the outcome had been the same?
Sadly, Jones, Broaddrick, and Willey know the answer to that question all too well.
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