Juanita Broaddrick says #MeToo protesters haven’t even heard of her

Democrats have fully supported the #MeToo movement — as long as it has only involved accusations against conservatives.

The Dems have outright ignored Juanita Broaddrick, who has said she was raped by Bill Clinton during his Arkansas gubernatorial campaign. And according to Clinton’s victim, the protesters supporting the #MeToo movement and dissenting Kavanaugh don’t even know who she is.

What About Bill’s Victims?

Conservatives want to know where all this Democrat outrage was when Bill Clinton was in office.

A sitting president had sexual relations with a powerless young intern in the Oval Office.

He also had several confirmed affairs and numerous allegations of rape against him.

But Democrats simply ignored the problem — at least as much as they could.

Even Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), who is one of the loudest voices against Kavanaugh, refused to read the deposition given by Broaddrick on her allegations.

Tough Questions

But the most disappointing fact is that our elected representatives are not calling out the Democrats on any of this.

When cries for an FBI investigation were being made by Democrats, why didn’t Republicans counter with outrage over the lack of interest in Broaddrick’s case?

Even in the defense of Kavanaugh, most Republicans acted sheepishly or simply hid from the media and the public while these hearings and investigations were taking place.

Other than Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-SC) fiery speech, is there a single moment that had you feeling that our Republican representatives were willing to step up?

Democrats have proven they are willing to literally do anything to regain power.

While not asking our representatives to sink to the depths of Democrats, we do need them to step up and go on the offensive when possible.

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The time has come to take out the skeletons in Democrats’ closets to expose their hypocrisy.

If not, we stand to lose the Senate, the House, the White House, and possibly the Supreme Court come 2020.

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