by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:
Wow. This sure has been a rough week for Team Billary. After almost 40 years, Norma Rogers broke her silence and came forward to discuss the case involving the brutal rape of Juanita Broaddrick by none other than Bill Clinton during his 1978 gubernatorial campaign.
At the time, Rogers relationship to Juanita Broaddrick was as a nurse, back when Broaddrick was a nursing home administrator. I’m going to go out on a limb and conclude that Team Billary didn’t see this little snafu coming, otherwise the number of former Clinton associates now dead from mysterious accidents would most likely be 71 people, rather than 70 people.
Throughout U.S. history, there have been many scandals coming out of administrations from both parties, so there’s always been an unwritten rule that when the new President takes office, the focus is on the future, not opening investigations into the past. I’m sure most Americans would agree, regardless of party, that’s been a good practice for the most part.
Regardless of how good that practice has been until now, it needs to END if Trump somehow manages to take control of the White House. Sure, it might set an ugly precedent moving forward, but not 1/100 as bad of a precedent as letting treasonous felons who should be serving life sentences in Leavenworth walk free, not the least of which include Barack Obama, and both Clinton’s.
Oh yes, I almost forgot… A message to Norma Rogers: “Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard, and you have a right to be believed. Hilary is with you.”
The nurse who discovered Juanita Broaddrick moments after she was brutally raped by Bill Clinton has finally spoken out, and these secrets are big enough to sink the Titanic!
Retired nurse Norma Rogers told Breitbart:
“She was crying. The thing I think I remember most is that her mouth was all swollen up. It was cut … Her pantyhose were all ripped.”
Norma Rogers worked for Broaddrick 38 years ago as a nurse when Broaddrick was a nursing home administrator. Broaddrick was also volunteering for then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton’s 1978 gubernatorial campaign.
Rogers even remembers driving her to the Hospital after the rape,
“I think we stopped at least twice to get ice. I would go up and get fresh ice and put it on her mouth because she was trying to keep her face from bruising and looking like something bad had happened to her, you know. It was just crazy. The whole situation was just crazy.”
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