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Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick slams him for hosting women empowerment talk: ‘This a f**king joke?’

She first came forward with her accusation in 1999, when she alleged Clinton had raped her in April of 1978 when he was Attorney General of Arkansas and running for governor
Juanita Broaddrick accused Bill Clinton of raping her in April of 1978 (Getty Images)
Juanita Broaddrick accused Bill Clinton of raping her in April of 1978 (Getty Images)

A woman who accused Bill Clinton of rape has slammed the former president for hosting a talk on "empowering women". Juanita Broaddrick, a former nursing home administrator, wondered if the event was a "joke" on victims of sexual assault.

She first came forward with her accusation in 1999 when she alleged that Clinton had raped her in April of 1978, when he was the Attorney General of Arkansas and running for governor. Broaddrick detailed the allegations in a book she later released, titled 'You'd Better Put Some Ice on That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton,' The Sun reported.


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The event, hosted by the Clinton Foundation and Howard University, included speakers Bill and Hillary Clinton and their daughter Chelsea, Vice President Kamala Harris, Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, Stacey Abrams and Wes Moore, among others, The Sun reported. Bill and Harris would focus on "the impact of Covid-19 on women, and empowering women and girls in the US and around the world," Politico reporter Christoper Cadelago said.

"Is this a fucking joke? This pervert ........ who raped going to talk about empowering women..." Broaddrick responded in a tweet, quoting Cadelago.


Clinton previously denied Broaddrick's allegations in 1999 through his attorney David Kendall. "Any allegation that the president assaulted Mrs. Broaddrick more than 20 years ago is absolutely false," Kendall said at the time, adding there would be no further comment. But in a separate tweet, Broaddrick wrote: "Inviting Bill Clinton to speak on Empowering women.... is like asking Jeffrey Dahmer to host a cooking class."


She continued blasting the former Democratic president during a conversation with Breitbart News. “The only panel Bill Clinton should participate in is one that empowers women by guiding them in defending themselves from sexual predators like himself," Broaddrick said, before labeling him as "one of the worst sexual predators of our lifetime”. Broaddrick's reaction came after Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre slammed Harris for joining the talk. "Wrong person, what she should be asking him is what the hell was Clinton doing on Epstein island & private jets 27 TIMES!! Enough Is Enough," Giuffre tweeted, sharing a picture of Clinton and Epstein together.


Leslie Millwee, another woman who has accused the 42nd president of sexual assault, was also appalled at Harris' decision to invite Clinton. Speaking to the Daily Caller on Wednesday, she said she couldn't think of anyone more "ill-suited" to discuss women's empowerment. “He is going to get up on a stage and tell us about how to be empowered? I truly can’t think of anything more brazen. I think this goes to show you the political power that the Clintons still have,” she told the outlet. “It goes back a lot to partisan politics and I hate to keep bringing that up, but I think that’s the crux of it. It’s brazen."

"This man has gotten by with so much in the last 50 or 60 years. And I think it goes back to a power entitlement. He feels like he can do whatever he wants. Nothing’s going to get in this way, and he’s going to bulldoze his way through anything he wants to," she added.

Bill Clinton on a visit to Juanita Broaddrick's (right) nursing home (Getty Images)

It's worth noting that Clinton has previously denied two sexual harassment and rape allegations from two women, and has also rebuffed two sex assault allegations from two other women.