Donald Trump Has Said Salacious Things About Women, But Hillary And Bill Clinton May Have Actually Done Far Worse

Donald Trump has had his march to the White House severely impeded over the last few days from some salacious things he has said about women in the past, as seen here, here, and here. However, we can not pretend that the other presidential candidate does not also have skeletons in her closet.

On Saturday, Breitbart released an interview with Juanita Broaddrick where she broke down into tears while describing her being raped by Bill Clinton.

In 1999, Broaddrick claimed that Bill Clinton raped her decades earlier. It was 1978, Clinton was running for governor in Arkansas and she was working as a supervisor at a nursing home at the time.

From Wikipedia:

Broaddrick, who was known as Juanita Hickey at the time, first met Clinton when he made a visit to her nursing home during his 1978 gubernatorial campaign. Broaddrick wanted to volunteer for the campaign, and says Clinton invited her to stop by the campaign office in Little Rock.[6] She contacted the office a few weeks later while in the area for a nursing home conference. Clinton said he would not be in the campaign office that day and suggested they meet at her hotel’s coffee shop instead. Upon his arrival, however, he allegedly requested that they instead have coffee in her room to avoid a crowd of reporters in the lobby. Broaddrick agreed.

Broaddrick says the two spoke briefly in her room, with Clinton describing plans to renovate a prison visible from her window if he became governor.

The Arkansas woman said that Clinton suddenly “turned me around and started kissing me, and that was a real shock. I first pushed him away. I just told him ‘no.’ . . . He tries to kiss me again. He starts biting on my lip. . . . And then he forced me down on the bed. I just was very frightened. I tried to get away from him. I told him ‘no.’ . . . He wouldn’t listen to me.”

During the interview, Juanita begins to cry and asks, “Why is it still so painful?”

“I’m afraid of him,” she says through tears. “It’s frightening.”

Juanita explained the attack:

“I was completely dressed. I had a skirt and a blouse. He tore the waist of my skirt. And then he ripped my pantyhose. And he raped me. It was very vicious. I was just pinned down… I did not know what to do. I was so frightened. I was only 35 at the time. And it was horrible. I just wanted it to be over with. So he would go away.

No, he held me down for a long time. And then he did it again. I was so ready for him to leave me alone. When he started raping me again. And it was very brief… And he did get up and he straightened himself. And my mouth was bleeding and it was hurting. And he just straightens himself and goes to the door.”

The video ends with a sobbing Broaddrick being consoled by another alleged Clinton sexual assault victim, Kathleen Willey.

She also gave an interview with Steven Crowder on his show “Louder with Crowder,” where she detailed the painful memories (23-minute mark).

When asked what has spurned on her reviving these allegations, Juanita said it was remarks by Chelsea Clinton who said Trump bringing up her father’s alleged sexual attacks is merely using them as a “distraction.”

Here’s Chelsea’s response in a September Cosmopolitan interview when asked, “After the debate, Donald Trump said he was “proud” that he didn’t mention your father’s infidelity out of respect for you. What was your reaction to that?”

Well, my reaction to that is just what my reaction has been kind of every time Trump has gone after my mom or my family, which is that it’s a distraction from his inability to talk about what’s actually at stake in this election and to offer concrete, comprehensive proposals about the economy, or our public school system, or debt-free college, or keeping our country safe and Americans safe here at home and around the world.

And candidly, I don’t remember a time in my life when my parents and my family weren’t being attacked, and so it just sort of seems to be in that tradition, unfortunately. And what I find most troubling by far are Trump’s — and we talked about this when you interviewed me the night before the Iowa caucus — are Trump’s continued, relentless attacks on whole swaths of our country and even our global community: women, Muslims, Americans with disabilities, a Gold Star family. I mean, that, to me, is far more troubling than whatever his most recent screed against my mom or my family [is].

Broaddrick explained how she felt from those “distractions” that she encountered in 1978.

Broaddrick, now 73-years-old, said the culture in the 1970s was far different than it is now and said if she had made accusations that Bill Clinton, who was running for governor of Arkansas at the time, had raped her then she would have been blamed for inviting him to her room and he was a powerful man who could threaten her job.

In 1999, Broaddrick told her story to a national television audience and gave an interview to “Dateline NBC.”

Clinton denied the allegations and no criminal charges or civil proceedings were ever brought against him.

In September of 2015, Hillary said, “To every survivor of sexual assault…You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed. We’re with you.” —Hillary

In November of 2015, Hillary said, “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.”

Juanita said this in January.

Juanita is not the only woman to accuse Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting them. Breitbart also interviewed Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones, both who say Bill Clinton sexually assaulted them.

Willey’s allegations against Clinton:

According to Willey, during a meeting in the private study of the Oval Office, Clinton had embraced her tightly, kissed her on the mouth, grabbed her breast, and forced her hand on his genitals. Clinton denied assaulting Willey. According to Monica Lewinsky’s testimony, Clinton stated that the allegation was absurd because Willey is a small-breasted woman and he would never pursue such a woman.

Wikipedia details the Paula Jones’ case against Clinton:

According to Jones’s account, on May 8, 1991, she was escorted to Clinton’s (then Governor of Arkansas) room in the Excelsior (now Little Rock Marriott) Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he propositioned and exposed himself to her. She claimed she kept quiet about the incident until 1994, when a David Brock story in the American Spectator magazine printed an account. Jones filed a sexual harassment suit against Clinton on May 6, 1994, two days before the three-year statute of limitations, and sought $750,000 in damages.

The case was settled on November 13, 1998, and Clinton paid Jones $850,000, the entire amount of her claim.

“We were not willing participants,” Broaddrick said in the interview. “These were crimes.”

“These are not infidelities,” Willey said as she called out the media. “A rape is not an infidelity. These are crimes. Any other people would be in jail.”

“It terrifies me and it should terrify all women,” Jones stated about Hillary becoming the next President of the United States.

“No woman who advocates for women attacks the victims of sexual assault be it by her husband or anybody else,” said Willey.

The alleged victims say that Hillary Clinton is an “enabler.”

“There is not a better word for any of this,” stated Broaddrick. “Especially when she threatened me personally.”

Willey said of Hillary, “She is complicit in everything that he has done.”

“She had helped him do it,” Jones added.

“She has turned a blind eye for decades against what he has done” stated Broaddrick. “And she has been the main one to help cover this up. And go after us.”

The Washington Times details how Hillary tried to discredit women who came forward with accusations of harassment or assault by her husband:

Mrs. Clinton would work side by side with Betsey Wright, then her husband’s top aide, to collect personal papers, correspondence and any official records on the women that could be used against them. The team also hired detectives to dig up whatever they could to snuff out what Mrs. Wright dubbed the “bimbo interruptions” before they could become a threat to his presidential aspirations, Mr. Bernstein reported.

Here is a list of women claiming to have been sexually assaulted by the former President of the United States.

This does not include the many alleged consensual extramarital affairs that Clinton had during his marriage to Hillary.

Bill Clinton also flew around the world with billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, a man who pleaded guilty to one count of soliciting underage girls for sex and one count of adult solicitation in 2008 in Florida. Flight logs from Epstein’s jetliner, dubbed the “Lolita Express,” show that Clinton shared more than a dozen flights with a woman who federal prosecutors believe procured underage girls to sexually service Epstein and his friends and acted as a “potential co-conspirator” in his crimes.

The pedophile has reportedly settled lawsuits from more than 30 “Jane Doe” victims since 2008; the youngest alleged victim was 12 years old at the time of her abuse.

From the New York Post:

He was also a pedophile, accused of recruiting dozens of underage girls into a sex-slave network, buying their silence and moving along, although he has been convicted of only one count of soliciting prostitution from a minor. Visitors to his private Caribbean island, known as “Orgy Island,” have included Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Stephen Hawking.

According to a 2011 court filing by alleged Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre, she saw Clinton and Prince Andrew on the island but never saw the former president do anything improper.

In 1975, Hillary Rodham defended Thomas Alfred Taylor, a 41-year-old man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. Hillary was able to get Taylor’s charges reduced from first-degree rape to “unlawful fondling of a child under 14,” and served 10 months of a one-year sentence. Rodham gave an interview detailing the case and while discussing the case of a 12-year-old girl being savagely raped, she laughed on several occasions.

At one point Hillary said:

Of course he claimed he didn’t. All this stuff. He took a lie detector test. I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs. [laughs]

This quote says to me that Clinton knew her client had committed a horrible sexual attack that was so violent that the victim needed stitches on her private parts, yet continued to represent him. Not exactly the actions of a woman who allegedly fights for women.

Kathy Shelton, the 12-year-old victim, gave an interview to the Daily Mail in August where she said, “For days I cried and cried and cried.”

Shelton, who is now 54, said, “Sometimes I still break down and cry, since it’s been brought back up. I’m trying right now not to tear up, but it’s kind of hard sometimes.”

Shelton gave an anonymous interview to The Daily Beast back in 2014.

“Hillary Clinton took me through Hell,” Shelton said.

“I would say [to Clinton], “You took a case of mine in ’75, you lied on me… I realize the truth now, the heart of what you’ve done to me. And you are supposed to be for women? You call that [being] for women, what you done to me? And I hear you on tape laughing.”

“I don’t think Clinton is for women or girls. I think she’s lying, I think she said anything she can to get in the campaign and win. “Shelton said. “If she was [an advocate for women and children], she wouldn’t have done that to me at 12-years-old.”

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has donated between $10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. Saudi Arabia treats women as second-class citizens and has very stringent rules that state females are not allowed to drive a car, swim in the same pools as men, put on clothes or makeup that “show off their beauty,” try on clothes while shopping, and interact with men freely. The World Economic Forum 2015 Global Gender Gap Report ranked Saudi Arabia 134th out of 145 countries for gender parity. Only 15% of Saudi women are employed outside the home and they weren’t allowed to become lawyers until 2013. Saudi women only gained the right to vote last December.

Hillary Clinton has been touting herself as a champion for women’s rights and admittingly saying that she is playing the “woman card.” However, if Hillary stood by and endorsed a misogynistic man who sees women as sexual objects for decades, that would suggest that she is anything but a candidate who cares about women.