After having suffered for decades, former President Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual assault victim Juanita Broaddrick has finally received at least some of the the justice she has sought.
“Vindication after 38 years of pain & suffering,” she tweeted Wednesday morning, slightly before President-elect Donald Trump was announced as the winner of the 2016 election. “Thanks to Mr. Trump & all of you. It does go away.”
According to Broaddrick, she was raped by Bill Clinton in 1978 and then later threatened by his wife, failed 2016 Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Speaking with Breitbart later on Wednesday, she added that both of the Clintons had finally lost their control over her life.
“I have lived in fear for 38 years, but that fear is now gone,” Broaddrick said. “I am so thankful to my family and friends for believing in me and supporting me.”
But she was even more grateful to Trump, whom she praised for having allowed her to share her story at a news briefing held in October prior to the start of a presidential debate. The then-GOP nominee also invited her to sit in the front row during the actual debate.
Here is the news briefing from October:
“I’ve had messages from dozens of victims of sexual abuse and rape and I tell them: Do not give up hope,” her statement continued. “Sexual abuse and rape are heinous crimes regardless of who commits them.”
It took Broaddrick a very long time to obtain any justice, but she finally received it. It would have been preferable had Bill Clinton been convicted and incarcerated for sexual assault and Hillary Clinton locked up for violating federal law, but after having suffered 38 years, Broaddrick was willing to take what she could get.
God bless her, and may her life be far more peaceful and joyous from here on out.
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