Hillary never expected this.
As Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has claimed to campaign on behalf of all woman, some have expressed their fears of what Clinton might do should she actually find her way back to the White House.
These women have claimed to be victims of sexual assault under former President Bill Clinton, and they recently opened up to Breitbart about how they felt about the former First Lady.
Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of rape in 1999, has previously accused Hillary Clinton of hypocrisy when it comes to issues regarding women’s rights — especially her ad supporting female victims of sexual assault.
Broaddrick told Klein the Clintons are “not good people for America.”
Kathleen Willey, a former White House volunteer who also claimed that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1993, also accused the former secretary of state of being a hypocrite, saying she “wrote the book on terrorizing women, on terrorism.”
Willey said Clinton’s tactics against the women who accused her husband of sexual abuse are “terrorist tactics like I’ve never seen before.” She added that Clinton is the “war on women.”
Gennifer Flowers, who claimed she was Bill Clinton’s mistress for 12 years, recently called Hillary an enabler and told Klein that she thought “it’s a joke that she would run on women’s issues.”
Flowers said she understood why people would be mad at her for having an affair with Bill Clinton, but that she accepts responsibility for her actions — which is something Hillary Clinton has never done.
These women have raised only some of the baggage that seems to haunt Hillary as a political candidate — and rightly so.
However, with the mainstream media in her back pocket, we don’t see Clinton getting any of the backlash she deserves for claiming to be on the side of women, or anyone else for that matter — besides herself.
Source: PANIC: Clinton’s Former “Bimbos” Erupt, Reveal Their Chilling Fear of What Hillary Will Do Once President
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