As Bill Clinton appeared Sunday in Austin, Texas, he was interrupted no fewer than five times by hecklers accusing him of raping Juanita Broaddrick, and being a serial abuser.
And stunningly, he seemed to acknowledge one of the biggest accusations against him: That he really did rape Broaddrick in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978.
“Hey Bill,” one woman shouted as Clinton was talking, “why did you fly on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane 26 times to Lolita island?”
“Are you a child rapist, too, Bill?” she yelled, as there were apparently attempts to subdue her, according to a video published by InfoWars.
“Get your hands off me,” she continued.
“Sit down!” a female Clinton fan yelled.
“Will you sit down? Will you sit down?” a man asked. When the woman declined, he ordered, “Yes you will!”
“Are you going to make me sit down?” she asked. “I sure am,” he replied.
The woman continued shouting accusations as someone else yelled, “Tase her!”
Another woman disrupted the talk, demanding answers about the former president’s alleged involving in an “illegal drug trafficking ring” in Arkansas.
“Shut up!” a woman dismissed.
“Go home,” a man lectured.
As the woman continued demanding answers, Clinton fans weren’t interested.
“Get out!” yelled one. “Get out of here!” yelled another.
The crowd grew increasingly hostile as other demanded answers about Clinton’s “son,” Danney Williams.
“Can you just give me a minute to talk to the former President of the United States about North Korea?” the moderator asked, triggered applause.
As another heckler brought up Juanita Broaddrick, Clinton finally responded.
“One of their favorite things is to attack you over something that happened so long ago. Nobody knows whether it’s true or not,” he said.
Did he finally acknowledge it happened?