Juanita Broaddrick, who accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, recently decided to speak out about the current allegations against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and what she had to say might surprise you.
Broaddrick isn’t buying the “sketchy and vague” accusation against Kavanaugh, a statement she made in an interview with the Daily Caller.
“It’s not because I’m a Trump supporter that I don’t believe Christine Ford,” Broaddrick said. “That really has nothing to do with it. It has to do with me being a victim and listening to other victims, and this just doesn’t ring clear.”Advertisement - story continues below
She added, “It’s not what you would think that a victim statement would be.”
Broaddrick later said that she can’t imagine why Ford would sit on such allegations for more than three decades.Trending:
“I can’t imagine if it was as frightening as she says that it was and that she feared for her life, I can’t imagine not knowing and remember more about it, or not telling someone,” she reasoned.
Broaddrick also warned against relying on memory as the sole source of such recollections.Advertisement - story continues below
“You cannot depend upon memory,” Broaddrick said. “You have to have evidence.”
Broaddrick, despite claiming to be a victim, isn’t a fan of the #MeToo movement.
“The [#MeToo] movement, to me, is for liberal women,” she explained. “They want nothing to do with the Clinton victims.”
“I think [#MeToo] is on its way out,” she added.
Broaddrick absolutely nails it here. If anyone should know what a victim statement should sound like, it’s a fellow victim herself. This woman has experienced being shamed by the left for her accusations against Clinton and throughout the years has remained true to what she says happened.
She’s a credible person, unlike Ford, who’s story seems to shift and change with regularity. Let’s hope the truth manages to break through all of the politics surrounding this situation and that Kavanaugh is confirmed.