40 Years After Bill Raped Her, Juanita Unleashes ‘Nasty Surprise’ For The Clintons

Wednesday was a very difficult day for one of the bravest women in America: Juanita Broaddrick. April 25th marked the 40th anniversary of the day she was allegedly raped by Bill Clinton, who, at the time, was the Attorney General of Arkansas. Broaddrick had a “nasty surprise” for the Clintons up her sleeve yesterday as the anniversary of her rape rolled around.

Hillary Clinton (left); Bill Clinton on a visit to Juanita Broaddrick’s nursing home in 1978 (center); Bill Clinton (right) (Photo Credit: NothingSpecial123/Flickr, Handout/Hulton Archive/Getty Images, PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/GettyImages)

To mark the sad anniversary of the day Bill Clinton raped her in an Arkansas hotel room 40-years-ago, Juanita Broaddrick did something very brave — she tweeted the timeline of her sexual assault for the entire world to see, according to RedState.

“On this morning, 40 years ago, my life changed forever,” Broaddrick wrote on Twitter. “On 4-25-78, I was brutally raped by Ark AG, Bill Clinton. I have spent the majority of my life trying to forget….. and watching the Evil thrive. A timeline of that day follows…….:”

“1. On 4-24-78 around 6pm Norma Rogers, my nursing director and I left Van Buren and drove to Little Rick for a nursing seminar. We checked into the Camelot hotel…,” tweeted Broaddrick. “2. On 4-25-78 at approx 8am, I called Bill Clinton’s campaign office. I was given another no. to call. He answered. 3. I told him I had brought the information we had discussed 3 weeks prior when he visited my nursing home on campaign tour. I asked if we could come to his office on our lunch break at noon…..”

“4. Bill Clinton replied he would not be in his office that day….. and said he could come to the Camelot shortly and meet me. He said he would call when he got to the coffee shop….,” Broaddrick continued. “5. I told Norma the plan. She went on to the seminar to sign us in. I told her I would be there as soon as I left the coffee shop. I waited for The call ……”

“6. In a short time the phone rang. Bill Clinton said he was at coffee shop but it was very crowded…..and then said…can we have coffee and discuss this in your room?. ..I was nervous …but he was the Attorney General. I agreed and ordered coffee…,” explained Broaddrick. “7. After the coffee arrived, there was a knock on the door. I opened it and there stood Bill Clinton in ‘sunglasses’. I ushered him to the table and poured the coffee and began to talk about info I had brought….”

“8. He motioned for me to come to his side of the table and was pointing out the window…. I walked to where he was to look. He said it was an 1800 jailhouse he wanted to restore when he became governor,” Broaddrick went on. “9. As he pointed to it, he put his arm around my shoulder and I backed away. He then grabbed me and started kissing me. I was so startled and shocked. I told him NO!!……”

“10. When I realized he was not taking No for an answer I began to scream…that is when he began to bite my upper lip every time I screamed. ….then he shoved me backwards onto the bed……,” she tweeted next. “11. After 40 years, I am still very emotional and tearing remembering what followed. It was a forcible brutal rape!”

“12. Afterwards……I was sitting up on the side of the bed crying. He simply straightened himself, and very cold and casually, walked to the door, put on his sunglasses and said to me, motioning to my swollen and bleeding lip, ‘You’d Better Put Some Ice On That’ and left,” she wrote.

“13. When I did not show up for the seminar, Norma became worried and returned to our room looking for me. It was less than an hour after the rape,” explained Braoddrick. “14. I was lying on the bed still confused and in a state of shock when she knocked on the door. I had locked it after he left. I opened the door when I saw it was Norma. When she saw me and I saw the look on her face, I began to cry all over again……”

“15. I told Norma everything. She got ice for my mouth and helped me change my torn clothing. She asked me what I wanted to do. I replied ‘I just want to go home’. She packed our belongings and drove us back to Van Buren,” wrote Broaddrick. “As Bill Clinton begins his new book tour this month, I want EVERYONE to know ……Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the US, IS A RAPIST,” she concluded, according to Newsweek.

Many victims of sexual assault do not have the courage to share their stories with the world, and they shouldn’t have to do it. They’ve already endured an unspeakable act of cruelty which will affect them forever; they should not also have to relive that nightmare in public. Although it has been an uphill battle, Juanita Broaddrick has come forward in a very public way because she is one of the few women able to expose former President Bill Clinton for the lecherous predator he is.

Broaddrick’s road has not been easy. She has been shunned by the media and painted as an attention-starved liar by left. She had been overtly threatened by Hillary Clinton in an attempt by the former the Secretary of State and twice-failed presidential candidate to silence her. Still, she has refused to be placed in the corner, even by the most powerful of the Washington elite.

Please share her story so that the Clintons cannot hide behind their cronies in the media and the Democratic Party. On the 40th anniversary of the day Juanita Broaddrick was raped by Bill Clinton, let’s make sure Bill and Hillary don’t get off easy.

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