Juanita Broaddrick suggests the perfect punishment for Bill Clinton … now THIS would be painful!

Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick wants to hit the former President where she believes it will hurt him the most… his pocketbook.

Juanita Broaddrick accuses Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 when she was 35 years old and he was Arkansas Attorney General. (Arne Dedert/Pool Photo via AP)

In a Wednesday interview with Daily Caller editorial director Vince Coglianese, Broaddrick recommended the government eliminate Clinton’s pension.

Coglianese asked Broaddrick what action she would like to see taken against the Democratic icon during his post-presidency.

The 74-year old replied that Clinton should lose the financial benefits he enjoys as a former US President.

“Oh yes, ” she said. “Everything that he’s given as being a past president, with the exception of his secret service things… I think that all financial things that are given to him should be removed.”

Broaddrick didn’t hesitate to describe what she feels for the Clintons.

Broaddrick in a 2016 press conference with then-candidate Donald Trump. (AP / Evan Vucci).

“Bill Clinton is a horrible person, and so is Hillary,” she continued. “If people out there have allegations against him that have not been brought to the light of day, now is the time.”

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The conversation also touched on the subject of Broaddrick’s decision to join other alleged Bill Clinton victims during a press conference with then-candidate Donald Trump before the second presidential debate.

Broaddrick noted the criticism she received at the time due to the allegations that arose against President Trump in the final weeks of the race.

But the Clinton accuser said she is open to opportunities that allow her to make her story public.

Broaddrick’s comments come as a slew of sexual assault and harassment allegations against powerful men in the media and politics has caused some on the left to reconsider their defense of Bill Clinton.

Earlier this month, comedian and Hillary Clinton-supporter Chelsea Handler even apologized to Broaddrick on Twitter for “not knowing [her] story.”

“We’re in a new era, and it’s exciting,” Broaddrick concluded.


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