Ronan Farrow said Friday on “Real Time with Bill Maher” that Juanita Broaddrick’s claim she was raped by Bill Clinton in April 1978 is “overdue for revisiting.”
Now Broaddrick tells Fox News that while she knows that Clinton will never be punished, that doesn’t mean justice can’t be served.
“I would just like for someone to take a second look at Bill Clinton, who gets millions of our tax dollars every year for past presidential perks. I’d love for there to be something brought up that takes all these perks away from him,” Broaddrick said. “He’s not going to be sent to jail for raping me. We know that, but I would love to see something done.”
Broaddrick has also said that Hillary Clinton intimidated her in an effort to keep her silent about the rape claims. Farrow was asked about the situation when Maher posed a hypothetical about whether the Clintons would have been treated differently — for the Monica Lewinsky affair and other matters — in today’s political climate.
“I think that it is very important to interject that Bill Clinton is a different conversation,” Farrow told Maher. “He has been credibly accused of rape. That has nothing to do with gray areas. I think that the Juanita Broaddrick claim has been overdue for revisiting.”
Broaddrick said she found out about Farrow’s comment on Twitter when multiple followers sent her the clip of Farrow’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” comments.
“Everybody started saying, ‘Did you hear this? Did you hear this?’ ‘It means a lot to me. It really means a lot to me because I didn’t expect it,” Broaddrick said.