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Juanita Broaddrick Tweetstorm Recounts Being 'Brutally Raped' by Bill Clinton Forty Years Ago Today

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump looks on as Juanita Broaddrick, who has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault, speaks before the second presidential debate against democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

On Wednesday, former nursing home administrator Juanita Broaddrick shared a timeline of her “brutal rape” at the hands of then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton. The event took place forty years ago. Broaddrick insisted that there was nothing political in her tweetstorm, but she did explain why she supported Donald Trump in the 2016 election.

“On this morning, 40 years ago, my life changed forever. On 4-25-78, I was brutally raped by Ark AG, Bill Clinton. I have spent the majority of my life trying to forget….. and watching the Evil thrive. A timeline of that day follows,” she tweeted.

“On 4-24-78 around 6pm Norma Rogers, my nursing director and I left Van Buren and drove to Little Rick for a nursing seminar. We checked into the Camelot hotel. On 4-25-78 at approx 8am, I called Bill Clinton’s campaign office. I was given another no. to call. He answered,” Broaddrick tweeted. “I told him I had brought the information we had discussed 3 weeks prior when he visited my nursing home on campaign tour. I asked if we could come to his office on our lunch break at noon…”

“Bill Clinton replied he would not be in his office that day….. and said he could come to the Camelot shortly and meet me. He said he would call when he got to the coffee shop,” she added. “In a short time the phone rang. Bill Clinton said he was at coffee shop but it was very crowded…..and then said…can we have coffee and discuss this in your room?. ..I was nervous …but he was the Attorney General. I agreed and ordered coffee…”

Clinton came to her room. “After the coffee arrived, there was a knock on the door. I opened it and there stood Bill Clinton in ‘sunglasses.’ I ushered him to the table and poured the coffee and began to talk about info I had brought. He motioned for me to come to his side of the table and was pointing out the window…. I walked to where he was to look. He said it was an 1800 jailhouse he wanted to restore when he became governor,” Broaddrick confided.

The future president used this opportunity to make a move on Broaddrick. “As he pointed to it, he put his arm around my shoulder and I backed away. He then grabbed me and started kissing me. I was so startled and shocked. I told him NO!!” Broaddrick tweeted. “When I realized he was not taking No for an answer I began to scream…that is when he began to bite my upper lip every time I screamed. ….then he shoved me backwards onto the bed.”

“After 40 years, I am still very emotional and tearing remembering what followed. It was a forcible brutal rape!” Broaddrick declared.

Clinton’s next actions were even worse. “Afterwards……I was sitting up on the side of the bed crying. He simply straightened himself, and very cold and casually, walked to the door, put on his sunglasses and said to me, motioning to my swollen and bleeding lip, ‘You’d Better Put Some Ice On That’ and left,” she bitterly remarked.

When her friend Norma found her, Broaddrick was in tears. “I told Norma everything. She got ice for my mouth and helped me change my torn clothing. She asked me what I wanted to do. I replied ‘I just want to go home.’ She packed our belongings and drove us back to Van Buren,” Broaddrick tweeted.

She concluded her tweetstorm denouncing Bill Clinton and explaining why she voted for Donald Trump. “As Bill Clinton begins his new book tour this month, I want EVERYONE to know ……Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the US, IS A RAPIST,” Broaddrick tweeted.

She insisted that this was not a political debate, but exposing a crime.

Broaddrick declared Clinton “evil in every sense of the word.”

In light of this, she quipped, “Why did I support trump? Ridiculous question. Do you think I wanted to see my rapist and his enabler in the White House?? I think not.”

“To Bill and Hillary Clinton….I am never going to stop telling the world how truly Evil you are,” Broaddrick powerfully declared.

Broaddrick first went public with her allegations in 1999, and during the 2016 campaign she appeared on a panel with Trump, Paula Jones, and Kathleen Willey, an hour before the second debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton. This year she published a book account, “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”

If Democrats want to explain why Trump won the 2016 election, the allegations against Bill Clinton and his wife’s alleged enabling of such behavior should rank near the top of the list.