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Juanita Broaddrick

Everyone who supports Hillary should be made to watch this interview of Juanita Broaddrick in which she describes how Bill Clinton raped her, and how three weeks later Hillary Clinton threatened her.

I believe she’s telling the truth. Bill Clinton has not offered any defense except to ignore it with the implicit denial that any of it happened. But we know what Bill Clinton’s denials of his sexual improprieties are worth, even when he’s testifying under oath.

If the topic is brought up, all mainstream media will say something like “Bill Clinton isn’t running for president,” and then proceed to talk about mean or low-class things that Trump said. (The tape of him talking with Billy Bush is just an example of how prole alpha men talk in the locker room when there are no women around. That’s not to say that I approve of it. You should know from reading my blog that I don’t like proles. Before Trump had a serious chance of winning the Republican nomination, I thought he was a bozo. I admit that, back then, I underestimated his appeal to proles.)

There is a refusal of the mainstream media to have an honest discussion about what it really means that a former president, and one who is much loved by the mainstream media, is actually a rapist. You can be sure that if Reagan or a Bush had raped a woman, we’d never hear the end of it. And maybe Bill Clinton isn’t running for president, but Hillary wouldn’t be running for president and would never even have been a senator were it not for whom she married.

But ultimately, the reason you should vote against Hillary by voting for Trump is not because her husband is a rapist and will be living in the White House again if she wins, and not because she participated in covering up and silencing his sexual improprieties while today she hypocritically says that “every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.” You should vote against her because of her open-borders agenda to give citizenship to illegal aliens and increase the amount of immigration which is already running at out-of-control levels, and you should vote against her to protect the Supreme Court from a liberal majority that, once in power, will do all sorts of things that will shock and outrage you.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

October 9, 2016 at 1:45 pm

Posted in Politics

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  1. What’s funny is that Billy Bush is George W. Bush’s cousin. Somehow the Bush clan managed to get back at Trump after he routed their latest contender for presidency in the primaries.


    October 9, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    • The entire thing was GOPe orchestrated. Otis is right, they really are the vilest little cretins out there.


      October 9, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      • ” Otis is right, they really are the vilest little cretins out there.”

        Yeah. They do stuff like invade countries on fabricated pretexts, waste trillions of dollars, sacrifice American lives needlessly, stuff like that.


        October 9, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    • It doesnt make Billy Bush look good so I doubt he is the source. Since the mic’s were live it would be any of a dozen mincing PA’s.

      There are probably a dozen more of these tapes out there. All these October Surprises are prepped and timelined on post-it notes on a board. Dresden will be in better shape in November. We should sell all our Trump stock now before it becomes worthless.

      Lion of the Turambar

      October 9, 2016 at 2:45 pm

      • You had “Trump stock”? And all this time I thought you were just another NeverTrump cuck.


        October 9, 2016 at 6:13 pm

    • Trump is done, hate to say it.

      Now there are claims of an N-bomb by Trump on Tape.



      October 9, 2016 at 7:22 pm

  2. It sounds from the poll on Scott Adams’ latest periscope that this story didn’t have much of an effect. Obviously it’s not scientific as Scott Adams followers are hugely biased but even strong Trump supporters know a few people who are lukewarm or pro-Hillary and the fact that none of their opinions are shifting means something. I think it’s mainly just the old guard Republicans who are making a big show of this, plus the Hillary supporters who were never going to vote for Trump anyway.

    Jokah Macpherson

    October 9, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    • No, it really is different. Having a blunt way of speaking and prole taste in everything is different than trying to sleep with another man’s wife. Working class looks down on that. Even then, why would you tell a reporter about it? That’s unethical AND stupid.


      October 9, 2016 at 3:05 pm

      • So you were going to vote Trump before and have changed your mind?

        Jokah Macpherson

        October 9, 2016 at 3:47 pm

  3. Could Willey and Broaddrick file a restraining order against Hillary?


    October 9, 2016 at 2:25 pm

  4. I have had a tough time empathizing with people who are offended by the Trump video because I tend to be a “words not actions” person and all this video has to offend is words…as far as actions there is nothing in this video any worse than having an open affair while being married, which is something we knew Trump had done before from the very beginning. Obviously people fuck and grab pussies all the time as evidenced by the babies you see everywhere but you’re not supposed to talk about it in those terms because that would be crude and prole.

    Jokah Macpherson

    October 9, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    • Except he talks about taking action. He says he just kisses women — like a magnet.


      October 9, 2016 at 2:53 pm

      • Yeah that works if they are attracted to you.

        But we already knew he was the kind of guy who is fine with using profanity and openly pursues lots of women and is capable of carrying on an affair while married. What does this 11 year old private conversation tell us that we didn’t already know?

        Jokah Macpherson

        October 9, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    • Words ARE action, dummy.


      October 9, 2016 at 3:12 pm

      • Chill, dude.

        Jokah Macpherson

        October 9, 2016 at 3:51 pm

      • Imagining a chipmunk licking a flower is an action, doo-doo-face-dodo-head. There — I just made you perform this action.


        October 9, 2016 at 4:15 pm

      • Trying to imagine a chipmunk licking a flower is also an action. Words are not actions. Speaking is an action. Speaking is not an action that in itself involves the movement of solid bodies, however, unless you are a skilled opera-soprano who can shatter glasses by speaking tunefully. But verbal commands are speech-acts that may have as an effect the movement of solid bodies. Sometimes the commander’s speech-act has as an effect the movement of solid bodies. In such cases an action involving the movement of solid bodies may be attributed to him. For example, we might think of Bin Laden as having performed the action of destroying the Twin Towers. Or a series of such speech-acts might play a large causal role in the emergence of a given psycho-social state of affairs to which distinct physical states of affairs correspond: thus we might think of Diocletian as having saved the Roman Empire. Bin Laden is emphatically blamed for an act that is in fact a speech-act; Diocletian is emphatically credited for what is in fact a series of speech-acts. Moreover, a speech-act that has as an effect the misery or delight of the speaker’s interlocutor (as when Gothamette calls someone “dumbass” or Yakov says “Capital, Mate!”) may provoke an emphatically blaming or crediting(opposite of blaming?) attitude toward the speaker. It is my impression, however, that Trump did not command any of his minions, or Billy Bush, to grab women’s pussies; nor did he call Billy Bush “pussy” or anything else that might have hurt Mr. Bush’s feelings. Therefore, while Trump did in fact perform an act – I will concede this point to you, Dain – he did not perform the sort of act that typically provokes an emphatically blaming response from those who are made aware of it.
        (Obviously Dain would not have called Jokah Macpherson “dummy” had Gothamette not called someone or other “dumbass” a few threads ago. Ponder your awesome responsibility, Gothamette – the responsibility that every woman bears for the effects of her words, given the great number of extra magical attack-points that every female player possesses merely in virtue of her sex. Who is more blameworthy – Trump, for speaking blithely of pussies and the grabbing thereof, or the woman who calls a poor defenseless nerd “dumbass” on a comments thread of the most important blog of our perilous age?)


        October 9, 2016 at 7:57 pm

  5. I didn’t think this Trump faux scandal mattered when it first came out and I still don’t think it matter, but considering that more and worse to is come it could have a cumulative effect.

    Otis the Sweaty

    October 9, 2016 at 2:34 pm

    • Reportedly, there’s a video of Trump using the N word. That would do him in. He can’t win against the sacred liberal causes of feminism and anti-racism when he’s so tarnished himself. Maybe in four years, there’ll be someone with Trump’s balls and basic beliefs but cleaner… but I’m not optimistic.


      October 9, 2016 at 3:34 pm

      • That would sink him.


        October 9, 2016 at 4:18 pm

  6. People on the Alt-Right tend to be wary of false rape accusations, so I’m sure they’re not just going to take Juanita Broderick on her word. It’s not as though they just pick and choose what they want to believe, standards of evidence be damned…


    October 9, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    • If the left can destroy their enemies with spurious rape allegations, why can’t the right? Seems to be the prevailing mood of the day.

      From the right perspective, our hypocrisy is actually consistency.

      Jason Liu

      October 9, 2016 at 3:56 pm

      • Because there has to be both a will and a way. The powerful establishment has no will to “destroy” Clintons, and the principled opposition has no way. So you can loudly proclaim his sordid misdeeds until you pass out, but your efforts will bear about as much fruit as a dead cherry tree.


        October 9, 2016 at 6:43 pm

  7. I don’t know why people think Juanita Broaddrick is credible. She denied Bill had raped her in the Paula Jones case, but then changed her story for Kenneth Starr. She didn’t seem particularly traumatized by their encounter until it became her ticket to fame and attention — she even continued to attend Clinton rallies throughout the 1990s.

    If this was a woman alleging Trump had raped 40 years ago — and to be sure, some women have alleged Trump raped them — no Trump supporter would take their claims seriously.

    It’s very ironic that for all the talk of people being “cucks” who try to win on the left’s terms, here we have, in the final days of the campaign, the Trump people trying to out-feminist Hillary Clinton. Remarkable to witness.


    October 9, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    • Neither side really cares about who raped or molested whom. What matters is portraying the other side in worst possible terms. It’s memetic warfare. It’s got nothing to do with principles or the truth.


      October 9, 2016 at 3:58 pm

  8. The tape of him talking with Billy Bush is just an example of how prole alpha men talk in the locker room when there are no women around. That’s not to say that I approve of it. You should know from reading my blog that I don’t like proles.

    It seems to me you’re using a pretty idiosyncratic definition of “proles” here. Does “prole” to you simply mean “boor?” Because it’s well-known that wealthy, white-collar, Wall Street/businessman types talk and act like that in their personal lives. And many of them are guys who went to private schools, Ivy League universities, and have never mixed with the working classes in their lives. Do you consider them “proles” just because they’re crude and lewd jocks? Now, I admit, one of the negative changes in our society has been the loss of noblesse oblige and the idea that the financially well-off should be held to standards of high-class behavior. But that doesn’t mean “prole” should be redefined. If it were, there are next to zero people in modern society who are not prole.


    October 9, 2016 at 2:56 pm

  9. Latest from Morning Consult shows it only cost him 1 pt in the polls. Basically just the #NeverTrump crowd.

    Bilbo Baggins

    October 9, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    • Calling it a crowd is rather overstating it.

      Panther of the Blogocube

      October 9, 2016 at 6:10 pm

  10. Anybody who likes Trump’s policies, but won’t vote for him because of this tape is stupid.

    If there was a top class surgeon who was the only person with the skills to save your child’s life but you found out he was a crude, adulterous jerk, any smart person would still want him to operate over a perfect husband and father who wasn’t as skilled.

    Also, Hillary is far from perfect we all know and her imperfections are her dubious dealings with the foundation not to mention her policies.


    October 9, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    • There are a lot of stupid people who don’t understand the gravity of the situation. They think, “Oh well, so we lose this round. We’ll just try again next time.”

      On the left, there is a sense of urgency and desperation, that they must win at all costs. The old men that make up the conservative elite don’t feel the same.

      Jason Liu

      October 9, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      • @Jason,
        I don’t think that the people who support Hillary can credibly be called “left” at all. They are basically status quo centrist liberals from both parties. The real left hates Hillary and there is some evidence they may well sit this out, although I’m not gonna risk my rent money on that. These people are fine with the globalist elite running things because they’re doing fine. They do feel urgency and desperation – because they realize that their real enemy is the barbarians at the gates, which includes Trumpistas, as well as the disaffected Berners.

        After Hillary, what? That is the question.


        October 9, 2016 at 7:03 pm

  11. I’d vote against Hillary simply because America has a neurotic, pathological obsession with equality. Once this dies down, Trump needs to start hammering her on the leaked emails.

    Jason Liu

    October 9, 2016 at 3:29 pm

  12. I agree with Lion’s blog post completely. I think that Trump talking about coming onto a married woman is despicable, but I can’t say it’s worse than what Hillary did to Haiti.

    I think that Trump and Bill Clinton were still chummy with each other. Steve Sailer has plenty of posts about Bill keeping his membership at Trump’s golf course.

    I think there was a truce between the two: keep sex out of the race. They have each had sex with countless women while they were married. A smart pot doesn’t call the kettle black.

    Now that the truce is over, I think that Trump will hammer the Clintons hard about their sexual affairs. Trump even told Hillary in the last debate that he’d gone easy on her, out of respect for Chelsea.

    The GOPe was absolutely despicable. They’re the party of open borders, stupid wars and tax cuts for their donors. It’s an accident that they’ve been mistaken for nationalists. We need to give the GOP the Cantor treatment in 2018, especially if Trump loses.


    October 9, 2016 at 5:16 pm

  13. Lion, will you be live tweeting the debate tonight?


    October 9, 2016 at 5:53 pm

  14. One of my favorite things about this whole kerfuffle is how the media is suddenly a bunch of old church ladies clutching their pearls and shrieking about “lewd” and “inappropriate.” As if the media hasn’t been pushing “lewd” and “inappropriate” content 24×7 for the last five decades.

    It must be really, really awesome to be a Progressive, because you can be utterly hypocritical as much as you want and it never seems to have any impact.

    Well, we’ve come to the point in America where a man can put on a dress and say he’s a woman, and that man is a hero. But if a man makes man-to-man sexual comments, he’s a demon. I can’t wait for Hillary to start WWIII — which she has every intention of doing — because I hope the Russians turn DC into a pile of ashes. I hope they hit Hollywood too.


    October 9, 2016 at 5:54 pm

    • As Sailer would say the question is always “who/whom”.


      October 9, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    • It’s “conservatives” who are shrieking about “lewd” and “inappropriate” (not that that’s not hypocritical, because mainstream conservatives stopped their grassroots protest campaigns against the degeneracy of pop culture–remember those letter-writing campaigns from the 80s?–a long time ago, and have happily spent the last 20 years watching “Glee” and “Modern Family” and countless other vehicles for the normalization of perversity, as though nothing were wrong.) Liberals are shrieking about “rape culture,” e.g., Trumps’ pussy-grabbing was done without their consent. But they refuse to accept that women often like it when alpha males just grab them. That is outside the Overton window.


      October 9, 2016 at 7:27 pm

  15. About the only liberal writer I can think of who was consistently against Clinton for this stuff was Christopher Hitchens.

    Arnie was meant to be sunk by actual groping allegations that the LA Times published before the recall election. It didn’t really affect the result. Trump needs a solid debate performance. Hopefully he learnt from watching the Pence masterclass.


    October 9, 2016 at 6:07 pm

  16. I hope Trump takes the kid gloves off and goes Nuclear! They’ve been so dirty it’s time to get down in the mud with them. Trump should right away bring up these devastating Breitbart interviews with Bill’s rape and sexual assault victims. Talk is one thing, felony sex crimes are another. Bill is a sexual predator and Hillary is his accomplice after the fact. Nuke ’em from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure.


    October 9, 2016 at 6:17 pm

  17. According Juanita Broaddrick (then Juanita Hickey), she called Clinton to arrange to meet him in the coffee shop in her hotel in 1978. When they met Clinton suggested they go to her room. She agreed. They spoke briefly about political issues before she says Clinton kissed her without warning. She told him to stop and she was married. Clinton persisted, forced her onto the bed and ripped her clothes off. She said she asked him to stop but he did not.

    Juanita Broaddrick told some friends at the time, but not her husband Gary Hickey. Juanita Broaddrick attended a fund raiser for Clinton 3 weeks later, but left after a brief conversation with Hillary Clinton. Juanita Broaddrick claims that what Hillary said to her was a coded message to remain silent about the rape. This is the weakest part of the story. This is based on the assumption that immediately after the rape Bill Clinton told Hillary he had raped Juanita Broaddrick and that she needed to be kept silent. I cannot believe that. I doubt Bill Clinton told Hillary anything.

    Juanita Broaddrick remained silent for years. In 1997 Paula Jones’s lawyers tried to talk to Juanita Broaddrick, but she refused to talk to them. After being subpoenaed she submitted an affidavit denying any sexual contact between herself and Bill Clinton. In early 1999 she gave an interview in which she described being raped by Bill Clinton. Since Juanita Broaddrick’s 2004 divorce she has been much more openly discussing the incident.

    It is pretty clear that by 21st century standards what Juanita Broaddrick described is definitely rape. Juanita Broaddrick was probably ashamed that she had allowed Bill Clinton into her hotel room and blamed herself for doing that. That is why she was reluctant to discuss it. The part of the story that does not make sense is her brief conversation in 1978 with Hillary Clinton which she interpreted as Hillary warning her to keep silent. I just cannot believe that Bill told Hillary anything about meeting with Juanita Broaddrick.

    Bring this up to attack Hillary Clinton now sounds like a very desperate strategy.


    October 9, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    • The evidence in her favor is that she apparently told five friends (including the man she was having an affair with at the time) that she had been raped. However, when asked why she attended a Clinton fundraiser three weeks later she said, “I was still in denial.”

      In any event, Alt-Right people would be totally disinclined to buy into her narrative. Her actions have since been more about punishing Hillary Clinton than Bill Clinton (she took to airwaves when the former was running for the Senate). She’s also taken to Twitter to suggest the Clintons had Vince Foster murdered, which makes the Hillary hand-holding all the more ominous. She’s not believable.

      From an Alt-Right perspective, Clinton probably had sex with her. She lied to the man she was having an affair with for obvious reasons (five minutes of alpha is better than five years of beta, and she’s held a flame in her heart for Bill not unlike Lewinsky). Coming out at the times she did is a way of mostly punishing the other woman. She’s jilted, blah blah blah blah.


      October 9, 2016 at 11:44 pm

  18. …and then proceed to talk about mean or low-class things that Trump said…You should know from reading my blog that I don’t like proles…

    1. men who put women on a pedestal are delusional and less attractive to women.

    2. there’s the imagined talk of ER II or lesser aristocrats and the reality. this imagined way of speaking is imagined by proles.

    the same goes for the way CEOs talk…in private…or the way the traders at GS talk.

    1. in order to stop being a beta one must stop putting women on a pedestal.

    2. in order to stop being a prole one must stop putting his social superiors (rich people or aristocracy) on a pedestal.

    • women are like the pigs of Animal Farm. (as will be all previously “oppressed” groups…if they can get a way with it.)

      they want equality, but they also want to be “more equal” than men.

      the “knight in shining armour” or the “perfect gentleman” are both feudal ideals.

      these are NOT a man conditioned or civilized or otherwise conquered…

      these are a donald trump…if donald trump looked like sean connery.

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