Dem Senator: 'Always Believe Rape Victims.' Juanita Broaddrick Responds
We're getting closer and closer to appointing Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. As usual, bitter leftist douchenozzles are doing everything they can to keep it from happening. Case in point: Democratic Senator Dick Durbin:
I am calling on Senate Republicans to delay next week’s Judiciary Committee vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.— Senator Dick Durbin (@Senator Dick Durbin) 1537053262.0
Dickie and his cohorts' latest attacks on Brett revolve around an alleged #metoo moment from his past. Even though there's no hard evidence to back up the claims of Kavanaugh's accuser, Durbin thinks we should take the accuser at her word.
If the #MeToo movement has taught us anything, it is that we must respect and listen to survivors of sexual assault… https://t.co/sBICAD06YI— Senator Dick Durbin (@Senator Dick Durbin) 1537053264.0
Yes, we should always believe the accuser. Unless, of course, Bill Clinton is the one doing the raping. Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick was quick to point that out:.
Well, Dick, do I have a story for you. Once upon a time Bill Clinton raped me. https://t.co/RmkePhqIVF— Juanita Broaddrick (@Juanita Broaddrick) 1537069891.0
Yep, she went there. Now, all we have to do is wait for Dick and the rest of the dems to respond accordingly.
This double standard goes to show believing victims only matters when its a Republican or a disposable lefty in the crosshairs. When it's a leftist demigod like Slick Willy on the receiving end of #metoo, it's a different story. Suddenly, we have to exercise caution before jumping to conclusions of non-consensual hanky panky between Clinton and Broaddrick.
The #metoo movement is merely a political weapon to the left. Available for them when they need to take down a Republican. Irrelevant when the accuser is pointing at a leftist. Which explains why the left plays blind, deaf, and dumb every time Juanita mentions her unfortunate encounter with Bill. If the left truly cared about listening to rape accusers, they wouldn't be ignoring Juanita Broaddrick.
We're certainly willing to hear her out: