After Parading Around Like America’s President, Oprah Just Gets Nasty Surprise From Bill Clinton’s Rape Victim

On Sunday, Hollywood elitists gathered for the Golden Globe Awards to congratulate themselves and participate in the much-expected insulting of President Trump. Most of those in attendance wore black, in recognition of the #MeToo campaign and to show solidarity with those who are victims of sexual assault. Most of those in attendance were smitten with Oprah Winfrey and her acceptance speech when she was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award. Oprah’s acceptance for the prestigious award was inappropriate to some, given her prior relationship with Harvey Weinstein.

One person in particular who was not impressed with Oprah’s speech about the fight against sexual assault was Juanita Broaddrick, who has alleged for decades that former President Bill Clinton raped her when he was running for the Governor of Arkansas in 1978. Juanita Broaddrick has also claimed numerous times that Hillary Clinton intimidated her into keeping quiet about the alleged rape, and that Hillary was well aware of Bill’s sexual deviancy. So when Ms. Broaddrick heard Oprah’s speech, she responded on Twitter with, “Hey @Oprah #GoldenGlobes, Funny I’ve never heard you mention my name. CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? Guess not. My rapist was/is your friend, Bill Clinton.”


This tweet was just the beginning of the attack that Ms. Broaddrick embarked on in response to Oprah’s empty words of support for victims of sexual assault. Several hours later she tweeted to Oprah, “Remember this @Oprah,” she tweeted. “You’ve had so many opportunities to bring up my allegations which have never been discredited. Why??” This second tweet was in reference to an interview Oprah did on her show with former President Bill Clinton in 2004 about his sexual indiscretions with Monica Lewinsky, but Oprah never questioned the former President about his alleged rape of Juanita Broaddrick.


It was not until 1999 that the American public would come to know Juanita Broaddrick and her story. For years, she was referred to as “Jane Doe No. 5” in government documents because she had no desire to relive her story in the media. Eventually, “Jane Doe No. 5” revealed her true identity in an effort to set the record straight. Bill Clinton’s legal team denied the allegations calling them “absolutely false.” In an effort to fight against the Clinton political machine, Juanita Broaddrick recently published this year, “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”

Oprah Winfrey got up on that stage presenting herself as a leader for women’s rights, all the while knowing that most of the people in attendance at the Golden Globes, herself included, likely knew about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual deviancy, and chose to remain silent all these years. Oprah herself has even been indirectly implicated in helping Harvey Weinstein allegedly rape actress Kadian Noble, as it was Winfrey who introduced the two, and Weinstein used Oprah as a prop to convince the young actress he was credible and harmless. Jeff Herman, the attorney representing Kadian Noble in her lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein did not specifically accuse Oprah Winfrey of wrongdoing, but he did say, “Harvey wasn’t acting alone. Harvey wasn’t allowed and enabled to do what he did to Kadian and other women without help.”

In response to Oprah Winfrey’s hypocritical speech, a group of patriotic Americans has formed a petition on, challenging Winfrey to officially disavow Harvey Weinstein. The petition, which you can sign here, has a goal of 25,000 signatures and presently has approximately 19,000. The petition states, “Oprah maintained a close professional relationship with Harvey Weinstein over the course of two decades and was caught on camera kissing and hugging the notorious accused rapist at numerous events and award ceremonies.”

The liberal media and Hollywood elitists are happy to forego facts and replace them with their own version of events, just like they do in the movies. Oprah Winfrey’s speech and her wearing black was a performance, nothing more, and Juanita Broaddrick appropriately called her out on it.

H/T [Fox News]

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