Juanita Broaddrick Says TIME Nixed Her #MeToo Comments Because She Wasn’t a ‘Liberal Victim

Apparently, the Left only believes women coming out in the Trump era.

Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her when she was 35, crashed Time’s #MeToo party by saying her comments are suspiciously missing from the magazine’s "Person of the Year" story on the “silence breakers” who opened the lid on sexual abuse in Hollywood and Washington.

In a tweet on Thursday night, Broaddrick says she was approached by Time for an interview but discovered they didn’t use anything she said in the story. She wondered if it had anything to do with her not being a “liberal victim:”

It does seem strange that her comments were excluded from the piece given her prominence in U.S. political history in outing a sitting president as a sexual predator. At the time, Broaddrick didn’t have the luxury of social media hashtags to spread her message and garner support, but she was #MeToo before the pound sign had left the push-button telephone. 

However, there is some solace in knowing that Time didn’t protect former President Clinton like it used to — along with every other Democrat, feminist, liberal, and leftist in the ‘90s. As TruthRevolt’s Alex Parker reported, “Time did the right thing, and wholly implicated” Slick Willie.

Better late than never.

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