Being a victim of violent rape often leaves women unable to talk about and relive their attacks. The trauma and sheer evil of sexual violence stays with its victims for their entire lives; the effects cannot be understated. This is why strong, courageous women like Juanita Broaddrick are so important to our society. Her story and presence in the constant spotlight has made her a beacon of hope for those who seek justice even when the chances of it finding their attackers is slim.
On the latest episode of Bob & Eric Save America, Broaddrick joined the hosts to give full details of what she experienced at the vicious hands of then-AG Bill Clinton. It was the type of story you won’t hear on her interviews with Fox News or other networks as she was given free rein to tell Bob, Eric, Rampage, and the Freedom First audience about her harrowing experience with a future President of the United States.
Her book, “You’d Better Put Some Ice on That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton,” tells of her incredible journey from victim to a woman being stalked over the crime committed against her all the way through to becoming a modern day activist for women across the nation. As a supporter of President Trump, she has drawn even more scorn from the left than ever before, committing the dual “crime” of exposing the Democrats’ golden boy as a rapist while also supporting the President.
The mantra of many on the left is “believe all women.” But they’re selective with their definition of “all,” as Juanita Broaddrick has learned. This interview and her book go a long way to inspiring victims to seek justice against all odds.