During Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president, Bill Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick reentered the national spotlight when she reminded the nation of Bill’s alleged rape of her in 1978 and Hillary’s alleged cover-up. Now she’s going after Bill and 17-year-old anti-gun activist David Hogg because of their support of Saturday’s “March for our Lives” rally.
This weekend, a massive crowd of adults and children took to the streets of D.C. and other cities to call for more gun control — and in some cases, the repealing of the 2nd Amendment and the disarming of police officers.
Former president Bill Clinton tweeted his support for the march on Friday, writing, “America owes its gratitude to the students of Stoneman Douglas and their peers across the country who have joined their cause. We also owe them our support. Join #MarchForOurLives tomorrow to stop mass school shootings and give our kids their futures back.”
Broaddrick replied the next day, “You are a Despicable human being @BillClinton. What do you have to say about the future you gave me in 1978? YOU HAVE NO RIGHT to speak for victims.”
She also went after Parkland school shooting survivor Hogg, who gave what some are calling a Nazi-like salute as he called for increased gun control at Saturday’s march.
“By golly.......put a small black mustache on him and we’ve got ourselves a little Hitler.......Hail Hogg!!!!” wrote Broaddrick on Twitter above a photo of the boy’s gesture.
Watch Hogg rile up the crowd at the "March for our Lives" event in D.C.:
On Monday, Broaddrick conducted an interview with conservative radio talk show host Sean Hannity to talk about her new book, “You'd Better Put Some Ice On That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”
What do you think about what Broaddrick said? In related news, Meghan McCain also addressed Hogg’s comments on “The View.”