While we’re removing monuments, Juanita Broaddrick wants to take a ‘sledgehammer’ to Bill Clinton statue

Since we’re now defining who we memorialize in America based on the worst thing the individual said, did, or believed, Juanita Broaddrick wants to know why on earth we’re allowing a statue of an accused rapist to stand?

In an interview with The American Mirror, one of the women who accused Bill Clinton of raping her wondered aloud why a monument exists to the former president in Rapid City, South Dakota, of all places.

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“I would like to ‘personally’ use a sledgehammer on it, with the help of Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones,” Broaddrick told the Mirror.

On why liberals ignore the worst of Clinton’s sins, Broadrrick said, “I don’t think it would be in their best interest (to acknowledge them), even though they know Bill Clinton is abhorrent and morally deficient, to say the least.”

“[Feminists] have ignored me in the past and it would not be worth the effort. They have too many strong political ties to the Clintons,” she said. “The National Organization for Women threw the Clinton accusers overboard in the 90’s.”

Paul Jones agrees.

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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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