Juanita Broaddrick: If FBI raided the Clintons’ home at 4 a.m., they would not find Bill

The 4 a.m. raid on Roger Stone’s home on Friday did not go unnoticed by one very strong critic of Democrats.

Juanita Broaddrick, who has long accused Bill Clinton of raping her decades ago, questioned on Friday whether Bill would be home if the FBI conducted the same type of raid on the Clintons’ home in the early morning hours.

In her opinion? Not likely.

Juanita’s Frustrations

It is quite apparent Broaddrick is becoming more and more frustrated with our justice system — and for good reason.

How can her case have been so overlooked, while so many questionable allegations have been taken as truth?

There is little doubt that had her case been against a Republican, it would have been pursued vigorously by Congress and the media.

That was not the case, though, as we all know.

Get the REAL Criminals

If Roger Stone is guilty of the charges listed in his Friday indictment, he is technically a criminal.

However, his charges didn’t really warrant an early morning raid on his home.

We have seen less of a police presence when authorities show up to arrest mob members and drug czars, which was Broaddrick’s point on Friday.

There was simply no need to have that type of presence at Stone’s house.

In fact, had they informed his attorney, there is little doubt he would have turned himself in if requested to do so.

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Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was guilty of violating our national security as well as being personally responsible for the needless deaths of four Americans, yet she did not receive so much as a slap on the wrist.

Just as Broaddrick said, it is definitely time for Americans and the president to declare: “Enough!”

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