Juanita Broaddrick is calling out Fox News star Megyn Kelly over claiming she can tolerate a lot of things, but not bullies.
On Wednesday afternoon, Broaddrick ripped Kelly on Twitter. The woman who has accused Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 shared a graphic from Kelly’s new book, “Settle For More.”
“To this day,” Kelly writes in the book, “I can handle people who are dumb, lazy, or generally annoying. The one thing I cannot and will not tolerate is a bully.”
Megyn can dish it out but can't take it!! Megyn Kelly was a "Bully" to us: Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and I. pic.twitter.com/3CLeegimjl
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) November 16, 2016
“Megyn can dish it out but she can’t take it!!” Broaddrick tweeted. “Megyn Kelly was a ‘bully’ to us: Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and I.”
“She called me a liar and was very dismissive of mine, Kathleen and Paula’s allegations while she spent so much time talking about women’s allegations against Trump,” Broaddrick told The American Mirror Wednesday night.
Broaddrick was referring to Kelly’s statements from October, which the American Thinker covered:
In the post-debate analysis of Trump’s spot-on rebuttal of Team Clinton’s exploitation of the 2005 Trump “locker room” remarks, Megyn Kelly sparred with Trump manager Kelly Anne Conway over Trump’s trotting out of some of Bill’s “bimbo eruptions” in a pre-debate press conference. In what will undoubtedly be Team Clinton’s defense, Megyn Kelly claimed that Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick denied any rape in a 1998 affidavit.
Close, but no cigar, Megyn. The story is a little more complicated than that. It was not that her story was false as Megyn Kelly implied. Like many rape victims, Broaddrick felt no one would believe her and she simply wanted to put it behind her and not be forced to relive it, particularly in any legal setting: she resisted interviews, fearing no one would believe her charge against a popular President.
Then there was Kelly’s clash with Newt Gingrich later in the month.
Kelly premised one of her questions by saying, “If Trump is a sexual predator…”
“He’s not a sexual predator!” Gingrich fired back.
“You can’t say that. You could not defend that statement. Now, I’m sick and tired of people like you using language that’s inflammatory that’s not true!”
“I think that your defensiveness on this may speak volumes,” Kelly responded.
After pointing out the media’s obsession with Trump’s alleged behavior, but scant interest in Clinton’s private comments to bankers, Gingrich shouted, “You are fascinated with sex and you don’t care about public policy!”
“That’s what I get out of watching you tonight,” he added.
“You know what, Mr. Speaker? I am not fascinated by sex,” Kelly responded, “but I am fascinated by the protection of women and understanding what we’re getting in the Oval Office, and I think the American voters would like to know… ”
“And therefore we’re going to send Bill Clinton back to the East Wing because after all, you are worried about sexual predators,” Gingrich shot back.
“Listen, it’s not about me,” Kelly said. “It’s about the women and men of America, and the polls show us that the women of America in particular, are very concerned about these allegations.”
“She supported Hillary,” Broaddrick told The American Mirror. “She was biased against hearing anything negative about the Clintons and seem to promote hatred of Trump.”
She added, “Just because she is attractive and a woman doesn’t mean she can’t be a bully. She is everything she says she is against.”