Clinton Rape Victim Thanks Lady Gaga for “Overwhelming” #Oscar Performance – Guess how Gaga Responds

When Vice President Biden introduced Lady Gaga at the Oscars before her emotional tribute to sexual abuse victims, there was a lot of weirdness.

First, he got a standing ovation and commented that he was the “least qualified person in the room.” I’m all for self-deprecation, but he’s the Vice President in a room full of actors!  Then, he to introduced “Til It Happens to You,” the theme song for the already discredited CNN documentary “The Hunting Ground” about sex abuse.  The song ended with survivors of sexual abuse walking across the stage, which caused members of the audience to cry.

Following the performance, Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who has the most credible accusation of rape against Bill Clinton, took to Twitter to thank Lady Gaga for her performance.

I bet the Left didn’t see that coming.

They have done everything in the power to discredit Clinton’s many victims in hopes that his past sins won’t derail Hillary’s path to the White House. Standing in stark contrast to their very public calls for justice and vengeance for victims of sexual abuse, they have attempted to shame and silence victims when they might get in the way of the liberal political agenda.

In case you can’t remember the details of Broaddrick’s rape claim against Clinton, they’re worse than you think.  Here’s a Dateline NBC special on her case:

Have we heard a word about Juanita’s tweet in the mainstream media following Lady Gaga’s performance?  Not a peep.  Has Lady Gaga herself — less constrained by the confines of politics — responded?  Not at all.

Broaddrick doesn’t fit in their well-crafted narrative about victims and saviors.  Lady Gaga, do the right thing and acknowledge this woman’s compliment of your work.  It will send a message to the world: you care about victims no matter how powerful their abuser is.

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UNBELIEVABLE VIDEO: Proof that MSNBC is Trying to Cover Up Bill Clinton’s Rape Allegation

I’ve written extensively over the past several weeks about Bill Clinton in the age of Bill Cosby.  Why?  Well, now that people are beginning to talk about Bill’s past sexual misconduct and Hillary’s role in intimidating and discrediting his accusers, the mainstream media is doing everything it can to squelch any reminders of just how disturbing the Clintons’ past behavior was.

You won’t believe this.

Remember a few weeks ago, when I posted about how President Clinton practically ran away from reporters asking him about Juanita Broaddrick?  (Click HERE to see the original post.)

MSNBC aired that live.  Then, later during the replay, edited out those questions so it looks like Bill is simply waxing eloquent about the GOP race. See the clip for yourself: [Read more…]

Rape Allegations Against Bill Clinton Are Worse Than We Remembered

A callous playboy politician sexually assaulting interns while charismatically campaigning for votes.  Scores of accusations and victims stretching over several decades. Allegations from victims of bullying and intimidation by his cold and calculating wife.  This is the stuff of the latest HBO Sunday night drama, right?

Wrong.  It is the true history of Bill Clinton’s shadowy past.  While Saturday Night Live sketches and Slick Willy’s schtick tempts us to think of the former President as a flirtatious statesman, the stories themselves remind us of just how dark the allegations truly were. [Read more…]

Hillary Dares Speak to Sexual Assault Victims After Ridiculing Bill’s Victims for 30 Years


Wow.  In a new ad called, “Hillary’s Message to Survivors of Sexual Assault,” Hillary Clinton speaks directly to victims of sexual assault: [Read more…]

Moments in Confederate Flag History: the Clinton and Carter Edition


With all of the newly ignited controversy over the Confederate flag, let’s don’t forget that Democrats don’t have a great record on this. Check out the AP photo of then Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter on Feb. 16 1972, posing in front of a framed confederate battle flag in the Capitol building in Atlanta.  [Read more…]