Juanita Broaddrick blasted Democrats for their double standards following the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Brett Kavanaugh.
Speaking with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Broaddrick shredded Democrats who turned their backs on her after she alleged that former President Bill Clinton raped her in April 1978 when he was the attorney general of Arkansas.
“A lot of the people we are hearing from now, they were silent. They never wanted — they didn’t want an FBI investigation for you that I remember,” the Fox News host asked Broaddrick Thursday on “Hannity,” just hours after a full day hearing where Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford delivered their testimonies on the allegations of sexual assault against the Supreme Court nominee.
“Oh, no, Senator Feinstein, Senator Durbin and Senator Schumer wanted nothing to do with my case. All Democrats refused to read my deposition with the independent counsel,” Broaddrick replied.
“They never once reached out to you? The people that are still there, the ones acting, you know, the ones that are so supportive of the allegations?” Hannity asked, referring to Democrats who disrespectfully treated Kavanaugh as if the claims by Ford that he sexually assaulted her nearly four decades ago when they were high school students were proven to be true.
“No they never reached out to me,” Broaddrick replied.
“Juanita, you were here today and even during 2016, you felt compelled to speak up about the double standard. What do you say to those Democrats that, clearly, this is about politics and not about what’s right?”
“Well, I clearly think if Senator Feinstein and Senator Durbin had known that I was outside, I think they should have walked out and apologized to me for what they did to me in 1999, completely turning their backs on me,” Broaddrick replied.
She also spoke to reporters outside the Senate building Thursday about the double standard as Democrats rush to defend Ford with no corroborating evidence while her own encounter, which left her with a bloody lip and torn clothing, was dismissed amid Clinton’s denials that it ever happened.
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“How they can take these accusations and run with them, and laugh at mine for so many years is the biggest double standard I’ve ever seen,” she said.
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