[Editor’s note: WND sent Candice Jackson, attorney and author of the acclaimed book “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” to Arkansas to conduct a rare in-person interview with Juanita Broaddrick, who claims Bill Clinton raped her in 1978. Jackson’s revealing, in-depth interview with Broaddrick is presented here for the first time. For those not familiar with the actual details of Clinton’s alleged felonious sexual assault on Broaddrick, WND has published the entire Broaddrick rape narrative from “Their Lives” here.
What follows, as Jackson explains, poignantly and in detail, reveals for the first time how Broaddrick’s life – like that of so many others – has been deeply and permanently scarred by her alleged unwanted sexual encounter with Bill Clinton. Broaddrick also details Hillary Clinton’s “haunting” and intimidating interaction with her following the sexual assault.]
Juanita Broaddrick first spoke publicly about her experience being raped by Bill Clinton in 1999. I met her while featuring her story in my book, “Their Lives: The Women Targeted By The Clinton Machine.” She has largely stayed out of the public eye for the last decade, but she has spoken out during this 2016 election cycle to urge the American public to refuse to elect Hillary Clinton to the presidency. I was honored to meet with Juanita in her Van Buren, Arkansas, home to talk about the long-lasting impact the Clintons’ abuse has had on her life.
Source: Broaddrick on ‘evil’ Clinton rape: ‘I could never forgive them’