Juanita Broaddrick puts Valerie Jarrett’s pandering message to ‘all survivors’ to the test with a petition

Author Juanita Broaddrick threw down the #MeToo gauntlet to former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, who claims that she believes and supports all survivors of sexual assault.

“We believe you. We will stand with you. We will defend you. Change is coming,” Jarrett tweeted last week after Republicans secured the votes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Valerie also enthusiastically praised liberal professor Christine Blasey Ford for coming forward with her decades-old, uncorroborated groping claims against Brett Kavanaugh.

Juanita Broaddrick — a former nurse who accused Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 — responded to Jarrett’s newfound support for sexual-assault victims by asking her to sign a petition calling for the investigation of Clinton’s numerous alleged sexual assaults.

“Will you Valerie Jarrett sign my petition to have Bill Clinton investigated for sex crimes against not one but MANY?” Broaddrick wrote. “Then we will know you SUPPORT ALL SURVIVORS.”

After getting no response from Jarrett, Broaddrick retweeted her original post, along with a link to her petition to investigate Bill Clinton for raping her.

Broaddrick recounted the rape in her book, “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That.”

Broaddrick said when she first came forward with her rape allegations in 1999, Democrats — who now claim to champion women — refused to believe her and tried to silence her.

Broaddrick also said Hillary Clinton threatened her even though Hillary now insists that all women should be believed when they accuse men of sexual violence.

Broaddrick said the stark contrast between how supportive Democrats have been toward Christine Blasey Ford and how dismissive and cruel they were toward her underscores that their “support” for victims is opportunistic and partisan.

“If they’re going to go back 35 years, 36 years for Christine Ford, they ought to go back 39 for me,” Broaddrick told Fox News host Ed Henry. “If it can be proved that this happened, I would like to see Bill Clinton’s perks as a former president removed. He receives millions from our tax dollars every year. I’d like to see those stripped.”

 

If Valerie Jarrett looks familiar, it’s because she was in the news recently after actress Roseanne Barr got fired from her ABC sitcom for tweeting that Jarrett resembled a character from the film “Planet of the Apes.”

There was immediate backlash from liberals, who accused Barr of being racist, as BizPac Review previously reported.

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Roseanne Barr was accused of being racist for suggesting Valerie Jarrett looked like a ‘Planet of the Apes’ character.

The media drumboat to get Roseanne fired was led by CNN (where Valerie’s daughter, Laura Jarrett, is employed) and by ABC, whose president is black. In record time, ABC canceled Roseanne’s No. 1 rated TV series amid the uproar.

Roseanne’s longtime co-star and TV husband, John Goodman, defended Barr, saying she is definitely not racist. “I know for a fact that she’s not a racist,” he said.

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a financial editor who writes about politics at BizPac Review, about business at CCN, and general news at HVY. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at Samantha_Chang.
Samantha Chang

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