Juanita Broaddrick Blows Out Bill Clinton For Hosting ‘Women’s Empowerment’ Event

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Bill Clinton’s prosecutor Juanita Broaddrick calls ex-president’s ‘women’s empowerment’ speech with Kamala Harris a ‘joke’ and makes a gross joke about the vice president

  • Juanita Broaddrick denounced Bill Clinton for organizing a virtual seminar on women’s empowerment
  • The 78-year-old former nurse has publicly claimed the ex-president raped her at a 1978 rally in Arkansas
  • The Clinton Foundation announced this week that Bill would host a virtual discussion about women with Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday
  • The event was heralded as a talk about ‘the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and empowering women and girls in the US and around the world’
  • ‘Is this a fucking joke? This pervert …….. who raped me … is going to talk about empowering women, ” Broaddrick tweeted

A woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton has accused the former president of organizing a virtual seminar on empowering women.

Juanita Broaddrick, a former nurse, took to Twitter this week to close the event hosted by the man she accused of raping her while working at a nursing home in Arkansas in 1978.

‘Is this a fucking joke? This pervert … who raped me … is going to talk about empowering women … with a woman who spreads her legs for power …, ” she tweeted Tuesday.

Broaddrick, 78, responded to an announcement from the Clinton Foundation that the former president was scheduled to host the discussion ahead of the 13th annual Clinton Global Initiative event on Friday.

Clinton would discuss “the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and empowering women and girls in the US and around the world” with Vice President Kamala Harris.

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Juanita Broaddrick, a former nurse who publicly accused Clinton of rape in 1999, took to Twitter this week to label the event as `` despicable '' and `` a joke. ''

Juanita Broaddrick, a former nurse who publicly accused Clinton of rape in 1999, took to Twitter this week to label the event as `` despicable '' and `` a joke. ''

Juanita Broaddrick, a former nurse who publicly accused Bill Clinton of rape in 1999, took to Twitter this week to label the event as “ despicable ” and “ a joke. ” She is pictured with the former president in a nursing home in 1978

Broaddrick responded this week to an announcement from the Clinton Foundation that the former president would host the discussion about women's empowerment on Friday.

Broaddrick responded this week to an announcement from the Clinton Foundation that the former president would host the discussion about women's empowerment on Friday.

Broaddrick responded this week to an announcement from the Clinton Foundation that the former president would host the discussion about women’s empowerment on Friday.

The event was put down on social media by critics who questioned why Clinton, who has faced allegations of sexual misconduct in the past and been criticized for his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, would speak on such a topic.

Harris was also criticized for her participation.

‘There are no words ….. despicable ….. both. VP Harris, Bill Clinton talks about ’empowering women’ despite skeptics, ‘Broaddrick said in a follow-up tweet.

She also compared inviting Clinton to speak about women’s empowerment to “Asking Jeffrey Dahmer to teach a cooking class.”

Broaddrick, a former Arkansas nursing home administrator, first claimed in 1999 that Clinton raped her at a 1978 rally in Little Rock when he was the state’s attorney general.

Clinton’s attorney denied the claim at the time and Clinton was never charged.

Clinton was criticized for staging a virtual discussion with Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday about “the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and empowering women and girls in the US and around the world.”

Broaddrick sued Bill Clinton in 1999, but the case was dismissed in 2001.

Broaddrick also famously appeared alongside then-presidential candidate Donald Trump at a St. Louis hotel in 2016 after inviting several women who accused Clinton of rape and unwelcome sexual advances to attend his debate against Hillary Clinton.

Tuesday’s announcement was also criticized by Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre who beat Harris for participating in the event with Clinton, a one-time friend of the convicted pedophile.

‘Wow!! She asks Clinton how to empower women ??? Virginia Giuffre tweeted Wednesday.

‘Wrong person, what she should be asking him is what the hell Clinton did 27 times on #Epstein Island & Private Jets !!’

Giuffre ended the tweet with the hashtag ‘#EnoughIsEnough.’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, watches as Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, speaks against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016 for the second presidential debate

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, watches as Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, speaks against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016 for the second presidential debate

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, watches as Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, speaks against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016 for the second presidential debate

When asked to comment on Giuffre’s tweet, a Clinton Foundation spokesperson told DailyMail.com, “ For 20 years, the Clinton Foundation, led by President Clinton, has worked to empower girls and women around the world.

The Clinton Global Initiative has made thousands of pledges to improve lives: empower more than 13 million girls and women through job and leadership training; improving access to maternal and child health care for more than 114 million people; and increasing the opportunities for women in STEM education and careers. ‘

The event, which will also be attended by former Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams and Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, will be held in conjunction with Harris’ alma mater, Howard University.

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