Juanita Broaddrick showed support for the “Bill Clinton is a rapist” protest movement during a recent interview with Breitbart News.
Broaddrick, who for decades has accused Clinton of raping her twice in 1978, praised recent incidents in which people have interrupted live television broadcasts to protest alleged rapes by the former president.
“Well I hope that no one gets hurt during this,” Broaddrick said. “But I hope it encourages people to say why are they saying this? What does Bill Clinton have to do with rape? And then hopefully they will research and find out.”
The “protest movement” began on September 30 when Infowars Alex Jones challenged listeners to get involved by drawing national attention to Clinton’s past – offering up to $5,000 to anyone who could get a “Bill Clinton Rape” t-shirt on television while shouting “Bill Clinton is a rapist!”
“Wear it. Get aggressive. Start the conversations. Get on TV with it,” Jones said.
So far Infowars has noted nearly 20 instances in which protesters have appeared on television or in print media. Multiple political rallies held by President Obama, Hillary and Bill have also seen protesters as well.
The Breitbart interview also included Broaddrick recounting “what she described as the life-changing experience of being raped by Clinton.”