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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Clinton Deletes Statement Supporting Rape Victims

Hillary Clinton’s campaign website was edited in recent months to remove a statement supporting rape victims’ “right to be believed” after an Arkansas woman resurfaced earlier this year to accuse Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978.

“I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you,” Clinton’s website once read, according to the website Buzzfeed in a profile of Bill Clinton’s rape accuser, Juanita Broaddrick.

Clinton made the supportive statement in a video that her campaign posted online in September.

Broaddrick ended years of silence in January when she tweeted about the alleged rape. The 73-year-old retired nursing executive says that the former president raped her in a Little Rock hotel room. Clinton was running for governor at the time.



Anonymous said...

How many more women did he rape that were too ashamed to come forward, or were put to sleep by his henchmen? As criminal and corrupt as Bill and Hillary Clinton are, the thought of all their walking dead supporters is nauseating.

Obama Crooked Bastardo said...

It seems as Clintons are best when it comes to Deleting and Pretending like nothing ever happened. Juanita Broderick, Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky and so many more are witnesses to Clinton crimes and any people with functioning brain know this. Do Clintons planning on Deleting them too, like they did Vince Foster?

Anonymous said...

Most people are unaware of the satanic practices that take place in secret societies and occult meetings in ancient castles throughout Europe. Most of the POTUS are members of these secretive organizations. They take part in bizarre rituals including plenty of sex acts.

These people are mentally unbalanced. The soul is damaged by these events. That is why it is so obvious that most politicians in the US are not normal. The things we learn about in MSM are really quite the tiny tip of a huge unseen iceberg of satanic ritual abuse.

Anonymous said...

A Wonkette article titled “Let’s Talk About Juanita Broaddrick” claimed that even if Clinton had raped Broaddrick in 1978 — he was running for Arkansas governor at the time — it does not necessarily mean he’s “an evil man.”

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