PART II of III — Juanita Broaddrick knows Hilary Clinton’s talk about supporting women is cheap.
She was floored when Hillary stood by Madeleine Albright’s side in February and laughed when Albright declared there is “a special place in hell” for women who don’t help Hillary.
The American Mirror recently met with Broaddrick at her home to discuss the Clintons and Hillary’s role in attempting to discredit and silence Bill Clinton’s accusers.
Broaddrick has accused then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton of raping her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1978.
“And that’s when I tweeted, ‘Madeleine, Hillary is hell and the devil combined.’ And I truly believe that. This woman is so power hungry that she will do anything to get in the White House.
“Can you imagine Bill Clinton being in the White House again? Is that not the biggest absurdity in the world. Oh, it would be terrible,” Broaddrick says.
Broaddrick was genuinely at a loss for words when trying to comprehend the actions of Albright and Clinton.
“I feel so betrayed. I don’t understand it. I absolutely cannot understand if they are also fighting for womens rights. And what Madeleine Albright did out there? That was the most disgusting thing that came out of her mouth.
“Is she looking for another political job? I don’t know,” Broaddrick says.
Broaddrick countered the notion that Hillary is somehow a victim too, or that she was helpless in the face of his sexual predilections.
“It alters your existence when you have to see your abuser on television every five minutes. And people supporting him with what he’s done?
“I mean, of course they would be supporting her, but he would be standing there beside her. And it’s like he would be saying, ‘You can’t touch me.’
“So many of the people say, ‘Well, Hillary’s not Bill and she can’t be liable for his mistakes.’ She was a huge part of his mistakes because she was his enabler.
“And she allowed these things to go on. I don’t know if that was their partnership — that she knew that he had all these dalliances and assaults. I don’t know if that’s what made them be able to be cohesive.
“I don’t understand about her looking the other way and trying to cover it up. I don’t know if that was just part of their partnership.”
As for the Clintons’ relationship, Broaddrick believes it’s “a farce.
“I do not think that this is a loving marriage. I think it’s a partnership.”
She believes the whole situation is “cold. It’s calculating. I think they’re evil,” she says before laughing.
“I truly think they’re evil.”