Hillary Says Kavanaugh Accuser Deserves Due Process; Juanita Broaddrick FIRES BACK

Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Tuesday that the woman who claims Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her nearly four decades ago deserves due process. In response, one of the women who accused former President Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her years ago has responded with a brutal comeback.

Clinton and Maddow were discussing Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who claimed Kavanaugh could have “inadvertently killed” her during a party in the early 1980s. She alleges that Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and groped her while she was wearing a bathing suit. Kavanaugh has vehemently denied the allegations and said he doesn’t even remember the party.

Clinton said Ford deserves due process and that “we should give the benefit of the doubt to the court and the country” rather than continuing with the confirmation process.

In response, Bill Clinton accuser Juanita Broaddrick — who maintains that the former president raped her in 1978 at an Arkansas motel and that Hillary Clinton threatened her to keep quiet –tore into Hillary:

Aside from Broaddrick absolutely obliterating Clinton via Twitter, Hillary made a slew of bizarre comments during her interview on Tuesday with Maddow.

The segment began by discussing comments made by Lisa Banks, Ford’s lawyer, where she said her client will not accept Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley’s invitation to testify on Monday about the allegations. Conversely, Kavanaugh has accepted the invitation and will appear to testify. Grassley also cancelled Thursday’s committee confirmation hearing for Kavanaugh, and will allow him to testify on Monday about the allegations before moving forward.

When asked about the new developments, Clinton claimed to be a champion for women and said she thinks Ford deserves to be heard. Maddow then mentioned due process for the accused, invoking Bill Clinton and how he had a number of sex scandals that marred his presidency.

Clinton, of course, argued that all allegations are different, implying that the accusations against her husband were not as serious as the ones against Kavanaugh.

“Well, I think that you have to take each of these situations sort of on their own merits. And what we have today is a process that has been rushed, that has been deliberately opaque, where information that the Congress, not just democratic senators, but all senators and the public deserve to see, that they were denied. So there has to be a set of standards. Yes, there should be due process for everyone involved.”

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Clinton’s comments are mind-numbing, especially given her husband was impeached in the House of Representatives for perjury and obstruction of justice in the case involving his admitted affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Conversely, Kavanaugh strongly denies assaulting Ford nearly 40 years ago and said he doesn’t even remember the party. Another friend who claims he was there has also indicated that what Ford has claimed never happened.

There’s literally no comparison between what Clinton has admitted to and been accused of doing and what Kavanaugh has been accused of doing.

And it’s quite amazing to see Hillary Clinton claiming that Ford deserves due process, yet Broaddrick claims Hillary Clinton silenced her and never once cared about the allegations she brought forward about her husband.

Should Judge Brett Kavanaugh recuse himself from being nominated to the Supreme Court?