Juanita Broaddrick Takes On Meryl Streep, Hollywood For Not Learning Their Lesson

Juanita Broaddrick Takes On Meryl Streep Hollywood For Not Learning Their Lesson

Juanita Broaddrick made sure to let iconic actress Meryl Streep know Monday just exactly why President-elect Donald Trump was picked to be America’s next leader.

Broaddrick — who accused former President Bill Clinton of raping her when she was 35 years old — sent out a tweet that took aim at Hollywood elites for still being unable to “get it.”

Broaddrick then retweeted an image of Streep laughing it up with Bill Clinton.

“She (Streep) supports the wife enabler of a rapist,” she said, referencing the actress’s support of Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump has earned the ire of most American celebrities since entering politics. Hollywood’s hatred of the newly-minted president has continually strengthened the divide that exists between the posh upper-class and middle America.

Some pundits speculate it was the condescending snobbery from wealthy liberal elites that drove many Americans to vote for Trump.

Broaddrick is one of the people who believe that to be the case.

Last year, the Arkansas native was cast into the media spotlight after defending Trump from various sexual harassment allegations.

When a leaked 2005 video of Trump making lewd comments about women emerged in early October, the then-Republican nominee tried to downplay his comments by comparing them to the alleged sexual activities of the former president.

Broaddrick jumped at the opportunity to point out the double standard that both the media and Hollywood had levied on Trump.

“Hillary calls Trump’s remarks ‘horrific while she lives with and protects a ‘Rapist.’ Her actions are horrific,” she said in one tweet.

“How many times must it be said? Actions speak louder than words,” Broaddrick said in another post. “(Trump) said bad things! (Hillary) threatened me after (Bill Clinton) raped me.”

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Source: westernjournalism.com