Juanita Broaddrick slams Bill Clinton’s participation in ‘women’s empowerment’ discussion

Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, exposed the hypocrisy of Clinton participating in a “women’s empowerment” event.

“I thought it was a joke,” Broaddrick said in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News on Thursday. “Someone messaged me asking if I had seen it and I went back and said, ‘oh that’s got to be a joke.’ Then I looked it up and thought, ‘my god this cannot be true.'”

Clinton’s background

According to Breitbart, the Clinton Foundation sponsored an event Friday at Howard University to discuss “empowering women and girls in the U.S. and around the world” with Vice President Kamala Harris and former President Clinton.

Many have pointed out the absurdity of Clinton’s inclusion in the discussion considering his background.

First, there was his late 1990s sex scandal with White House intern Monica Lewinsky that ended in Clinton’s impeachment. There are the rape and sexual assault allegations brought against Clinton by several women, including Broaddrick. There is also the fact that Clinton made several trips to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s private island.

In short, Clinton is not the guy to be speaking at a women’s empowerment event. Or, as Broaddrick put it, referring to the cannibalistic serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, “inviting Bill Clinton to speak on Empowering women … is like asking Jeffrey Dahmer to host a cooking class.”

Broaddrick said that Clinton ought to be taking part in an event “that empowers women by guiding them in defending themselves from sexual predators like himself.”

More Democrat hypocrisy

Broaddrick also went after Howard University and Harris for participating in the event.

“It’s just disgusting,” Broaddrick said. “It’s absolutely unbelievable that they can do this and it’s unbelievable that Kamala Harris would accept being on this panel about empowering women with one of the worst sexual predators of our lifetime.”

Harris has received a lot of criticism for her participation in the event, as well as for her silence on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) sexual misconduct scandal, considering her past stance on the #MeToo movement, exhibited most notably during the confirmation hearing of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Broaddrick said the whole event with Clinton is a “slap in the face to sexual assault victims.”

“Where are all the feminist activists and the MeToo movement?” she asked.

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