Juanita Broaddrick speaks out on Jeffrey Epstein’s reported suicide
Juanita Broaddrick, who has long accused Bill Clinton of raping her years ago, has added to the speculation Epstein’s death was not as it seems.
Broaddrick went public by tweeting “Epstein found dead. The Clintons win again.”
Epstein found dead. The Clintons win again.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) August 10, 2019
People with dirt on Bill and Hillary Clinton have a funny way of disappearing.
Juanita Broaddrick is well aware of this, having accused Bill Clinton of raping her during his political career in Arkansas.
According to Broaddrick, when Bill Clinton was serving as the attorney general in Arkansas, Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in a hotel room.
Clinton, of course, has denied the allegations, but Broaddrick has never backed off her accusations and also came out against Hillary during the 2016 presidential election as an enabler of Bill’s.
One of the most famous cases of the phenomenon of unexplained deaths in the Clintons’ orbit, colloquially known as “Arkancide,” was that of Gary Webb. He was in investigative journalist that had reported on the CIA supplying the Contra rebels in Nicaragua with guns as well as using cocaine sales to pay for the operation.
This story is now a major part of the plotline of the current FX series, Snowfall. Clinton was tied into this scandal for allegedly allowing the CIA to use a small airfield in Arkansas to run the operation. Webb committed suicide in 2004, or at least that is the official story.
Other prominent names believed to have been the victims of the Clinton death machine are Linda Thompson and Vince Foster, just to name a few (conspiracy theorists place more than four dozen names on this list).
Did Epstein Commit Suicide?
Bill Clinton has been very closely linked with the billionaire pedophile, and many were of the opinion that the Epstein case could have implicated Clinton in the disgraced financier’s disgusting web of crime.
For that reason, Broaddrick’s concerns about Epstein are quite understandable. For instance, why was Epstein taken off suicide watch? Why did the guards responsible for checking on Epstein every 30 minutes fail to do their security passes? Why was there no surveillance set up to monitor Epstein, considering the high-profile nature of the case?
At this point, it really doesn’t matter what the official investigation states because most people have already made up their mind, just as Broaddrick has clearly done.