Meet The Women Who Are Speaking Out About Their Abuse At The Hands Of Hillary

No one knows Hillary’s brutality like Juanita, Paula, Kathleen, and Kathy

Hillary Clinton loves meeting with female voters.

Well, with the exception of four.

And they were all looking her in the eyes during Sunday night’s debate.

Hillary Clinton entered the 2016 race hoping to never again hear the names of Bill Clinton’s sexual assault victims Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, and Kathleen Willey.

But they’re back.

And now they’re joined by another rape victim, Kathy Shelton, who has her own Clinton horror story.

At the hands of Hillary herself.

So who are they? And what exactly did Hillary do to them?

Paula Jones

Paula Jones was among the first woman to come forward alleging sexual misconduct by Bill Clinton.

But unlike Gennifer Flowers, who was in a consensual adulterous affair, Paula Jones was subjected to horrific sexual abuse by Bill Clinton.

In 1991, Jones was a 25-year-old Arkansas state employee who was surprised to learn Governor Bill Clinton wanted to meet with her.

She was escorted to Little Rock’s Excelsior hotel.  Alone in a room with Bill Clinton, the meeting was anything but professional.  Clinton exposed his genitals to Jones and demanded she perform a sex act on him.

Jones refused and fled the room.  Traumatized, she didn’t tell anyone for three years, until rumors of the harassment reached American Spectator magazine, who printed the account in 1994.

With her story now public, Jones filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill Clinton.

As a result of that suit, Clinton agreed to pay $850,000.00 in damages to Jones.

He was also fined, stripped of his law license, and impeached by Congress for lying in his deposition of the suit.

Bill had denied sexually propositioning any White House employees, but taped phone conversations and DNA evidence on a dress owned by former White House intern, Monica Lewinsky, proved that was a lie.

Hillary Clinton led the White House effort to smear Jones as a liar, despite knowing Jones was telling the truth.

Juanita Broaddrick

Perhaps the most dramatic and horrifying of Clinton’s sexual abuses involves Broaddrick.

Broaddrick first met Clinton in 1978, when the then-attorney general visited the nursing home she worked at.  Broaddrick asked to volunteer for his campaign for governor.

Within weeks, Clinton personally contacted Broaddrick and asked to meet her.  As with Jones, Clinton suggested they meet at a motel room, presumably so they would not be bothered by reporters.

After entering the room with Clinton, he grabbed Broaddrick and began kissing her.  She pushed him away, telling him she was married, and asked him to stop.

According to Broaddrick:

Then he tries to kiss me again. And the second time he tries to kiss me he starts biting my lip … He starts to, um, bite on my top lip and I tried to pull away from him. And then he forces me down on the bed. And I just was very frightened, and I tried to get away from him and I told him ‘No,’ that I didn’t want this to happen but he wouldn’t listen to me. … It was a real panicky, panicky situation. I was even to the point where I was getting very noisy, you know, yelling to ‘Please stop.’ And that’s when he pressed down on my right shoulder and he would bite my lip. … When everything was over with, he got up and straightened himself, and I was crying at the moment and he walks to the door, and calmly puts on his sunglasses. And before he goes out the door he says ‘You better get some ice on that.’ And he turned and went out the door.”

Broaddrick encountered Bill Clinton again in 1991.  Plotting a run for president, Clinton perhaps sensed a potential problem, and according to Broaddrick, personally apologized to her.

Rumors of the attack persisted, but Broaddrick did not want to relive her trauma.  She was outed in 1998, when attorneys for Paula Jones listed her among the women assaulted by Clinton.

With Hillary Clinton leading the response team, the White House smeared Broaddrick as a liar.

Kathleen Willey

Predators are creatures of habit, and Clinton is a creature of habit.

Once again, it was an employee or supporter, and once again, Clinton lured his prey alone into a room.

Disgustingly, Bill Clinton waited until Kathleen Willey was at her most vulnerable.

Willey and her husband Edward were among Clinton’s biggest Presidential campaign supporters and donors.

So prominent, in fact, Kathleen was asked to become a volunteer staffer in the White House.

The Willey family had hit hard financial times, so Clinton offered to speak with Kathleen about becoming a full-time employee.

But it was a lie.  Once she was alone in the room with him, Clinton grabbed her, forcibly kissed her and grabbed her genitals.

Even worse, just hours later, the violated and shaken Willey learned her family’s troubles had driven her husband to suicide.

That turned the former Clinton supporter into an outspoken opponent.

Particularly against Hillary, who led efforts to smear Bill’s victims.

Kathy Shelton

Rape survivor Kathy Shelton has never met Bill Clinton or been in a room with him.

She has nothing to say about Bill.

It was Hillary who victimized her.

Kathy was only 12 years old in 1975 when she was kidnapped and violently raped by a repeat sexual predator.

She believed that her day in court would put her violator in prison.

But her rapist’s attorney falsely told the jury that Kathy was sexually promiscuous and had actually demanded the sexual encounter.

It was a total lie, but combined with the results of a fishy lie detector test, it was enough to create reasonable doubt, and her attacker was set free.

The lies about Kathy, and the bogus lie detector test, were so ridiculous that years later, while being secretly recorded, the defense attorney openly laughed about it.

The defense attorney’s name was Hillary Clinton.

Kathy was actually the first rape victim Hillary Clinton smeared.

And over the course of the next 25 years, she would hardly be the last.

But these four women refuse to let anyone else be victimized by Hillary.

They’re speaking out, and not backing down.