Juanita Broaddrick reacts to Time’s ‘silence breakers’ story: ‘I didn’t fit in their liberal victim mold’

Is Time magazine fighting for all women… Or only liberal women?

Photo credit: AP.

Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick posed that question Wednesday in a tweet critical of Time’s Person of the Year pick.

The 2017 choice for the major recognition was all the collective women and men who have come forward to unmask widespread sexual abuse.

Time included the experiences of a wide array of women in their piece, including celebrities like Ashley Judd and Selma Blair.

Missing from Time’s article was Broaddrick’s story — even the though Broaddrick claimed she was interviewed by the liberal-leaning rag.

“Time magazine asked to interview me re: movement,” she Broaddrick wrote. “The comments I gave were deemed of no value. I’d like to know why. Could it be I didn’t fit in their liberal victim mold.”

The much-talked about Time piece omitted Broaddrick’s testimony despite making reference to the rape and sexual assault allegations surrounding former President Clinton:

“In the 1990s, feminists stood up for accused abuser Bill Clinton instead of his ­accusers—a move many are belatedly regretting as the national conversation prompts a re-evaluation of the claims against the former President.”

Broaddrick has long claimed Clinton raped her in 1978 when she was 35 years old and he served as Arkansas Attorney General.

Last year, she joined other Bill Clinton accusers in a press conference with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump before the second debate.

Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick (first two, left to right) have accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct. (Photo: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Many observers were dumbfounded that Broaddrick was kept out of the article.

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