Lest you thought the parading around of Bill Clinton’s accusers and alleged rape victims was nothing more than an election stunt, check out this series of Tweets that has once again stirred the pot.
From Mac Slavo:
It seems that Juanita Broaddrick is not the least bit prepared to let it go – since she remains a victim who is outraged that her alleged perpetrator remains free and highly distinguished in world affairs.
The assumption is that they are above the law, but they certainly aren’t above a Twitter spanking:
Unsurprisingly, @ChelseaClinton’s original tweet was apparently deleted from her feed – but not before being screen captured and embedded:
Apparently, Chelsea is not interested in delving into that topic, or defending the actions of her parents besides a surface level endorsement of them.
Some people reacted by blasting Broaddrick for ‘disparaging people’s children’ – a comment that she laughingly dismissed by pointing out that Chelsea is now 36 years old – and older than Broaddrick was at the time of her rape:
— Jeanie (@jnesky88) February 17, 2017
A predictable Twitter storm has erupted – since Tweeting & deleting is always more conspicuous, and the fallout has begun:
It is quite obvious that many people would prefer to see the Clinton’s leave politics altogether – not only their opponents on the right, but also the millions of leftists who witnessed the Democratic party taken over during the round, only to put up a candidate who is mired in controversy and scandal, and lacked the energy to carry on a full campaign.
Instead, Hillary is threatening a 2020 run (even if it is utterly absurd), and Chelsea is being groomed to be an irrelevant dynasty heir or media pawn.