Someone started a GoFundMe page for Juanita Broaddrick. Her response to it has heads turning.

Juanita Broaddrick continues to show true class even as the left keeps running over her to get to the latest weapon to use against Republicans.

When Broaddrick found out that “well meaning people” had set up a crowdfunding campaign for her – albeit a few years late – the woman who accused former President Bill Clinton of raping her in April 1978 when he was the attorney general of Arkansas, said thanks, but no thanks.

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With the latest GoFundMe craze raising money to foot the expenses for Christine Blasey Ford amid her decades-old accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Broaddrick’s response to the gesture on her behalf was a breath of fresh air.

“I won’t take money for what I am doing,” she related in a follow-up tweet.

When one Twitter user suggested she join use the money and join forces with Clinton’s other accusers to form a foundation, Broaddrick deflected from herself and pointed out that Kathleen Wiley could use the funds for a personal need.

Broaddrick’s message comes in the wake of two GoFundMe accounts set up on behalf of Ford which amassed more than $738,000, raising all kinds of questions about the ethical implications. Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley discussed on Fox News how one can now effectively “be in the market for witnesses” as Laura Ingraham wondered if the campaign has “created a new incentive” for accusers.

Broaddrick blasted Democrats last week for their double standard following the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Kavanaugh. She spoke with Fox News’ Sean Hannity about how her allegations were not taken as seriously as Ford’s, adding that Democratic Senators Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin should have apologized to her.

“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 said.

She found an ally in Karen Monahan, the woman accusing Minnesota Democrat, Rep. Keith Ellison, of assaulting her when the two were dating.

“I am so sorry for what you went through. Thank you for being a voice for women around the country,” Monahan tweeted. “I stand in solidarity with you and survivors all around the world.”

Broaddrick’s decision to turn down the GoFundMe campaign was applauded by many on Twitter, as some even suggested buying her book recounting the allegations against Clinton, in lieu of donations.

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