Skip to comments.The rape of Juanita Broaddrick (30 years ago, April 25, 1978)
Posted on 04/24/2008 8:28:12 AM PDT by doug from upland
She stayed in a hotel room with her friend, Norma Kelsey.
After they checked in...Broaddrick called Clinton campaign headquarters. ...he suggested they meet for coffee in the hotel coffee shop. (later) he asked if they could meet in her hotel room because there were reporters crawling around the coffee shop.
She felt "a little bit uneasy" meeting him in her hotel room, but felt a "real friendship toward this man" and didn't feel any "danger" in him coming to her room. When Clinton arrived she had coffee ready on a little table under a window overlooking a river. Then "he came around me and sort of put his arm over my shoulder to point to this little building and he said he was real interested if he became governor to restore that little building and then all of a sudden, he turned me around and started kissing me. And that was a real shock." Broaddrick pushed him away and said, "No, please don't do that" and told Clinton she was married. But he tried to kiss her again. This time he bit her upper lip. She tried to pull away from him but he forced her onto 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." But he "was such a different person at that moment, he was just a vicious awful person." At some point she stopped resisting. She explained, "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."
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States!!!!!!!!!
God forgive us.
And don’t ever forget hilary’s complicity in covering up this vicious rape through personal intimidation of Mrs. Broaddrick...
Wish the writers at WND would have commented on Hillaries role in all this. If I remember correcty, afterwords, Hillary said something to her..
Once again, a very good reason for women to learn self-defense.
Real justice would be Bill Clinton squealing like a pig after having a sharp object jammed several inches into his abdomen by a woman he was attempting to rape.
This is the event that ole Bubba told Juanita that she didn’t have to worry because he was sterile due to childhood mumps. Chelsea was born in 1982. Then the question remains: Who’s Chelsea’s daddy? Since Chelsea’s pre-plastic surgery looks favor Webb Hubbell, then one assumes that the Hildebeast prostituted herself under the Webster to get that child so that the clintoons would portray themselves as the ever “all American family in politics” in the hildebeast’s focused goal of the WH.
Clintons, both of them, have no shame or qualms
about any of their devious, insulting, actions...they
know the sheepies in our electoral system don’t give
a damn and will vote for these animals....this is
why I think Rush Limbaugh was wrong...promoting
votes for Hillary for his “Chaos” project...She
should have been long gone...now..she will probably
pull more lies, and sheepies may still get her in there
and she would then beat McCain...so, Limbaugh, will
you still be prancing????
ALL THE EX-PRESIDENT’S SCANDALS
Nurse backs up
Clinton rape charge
Attended Broaddrick’s wounds after alleged assault in Arkansas
Posted: June 26, 2003
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2003 WorldNetDaily.com
In her first radio interview, the woman who nursed the wounds of Juanita Broaddrick shortly after an alleged sexual assault by Bill Clinton, says she remains convinced the ex-president is a rapist.
“Every time I talk about this, it still makes me upset,” said Norma Rogers Kelsey, in an interview with talk show host Bob Enyart of KGOV in Denver.
Kelsey’s interview, broadcast in two parts, last night and tonight, comes after Broaddrick repeated her charge on national television amid the release of Hillary Clinton’s new book, which essentially ignored the accusation.
Kelsey, 49, is now a wife and mother of six children, living in Tulsa, Okla.
Juanita Broaddrick (courtesy: Fox News)
As WorldNetDaily reported, Broaddrick, a former nursing home administrator in Van Buren, Ark., told Sean Hannity of Fox News Channel’s Hannity and Colmes program last Wednesday Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1978 while he was attorney general of Arkansas.
Known as “Jane Doe No. 5” in Kenneth Starr’s impeachment report to Congress, Broaddrick had filed an affidavit in the Paula Jones case, at first denying Clinton had made any unwelcome sexual advances to her. But she later claimed to investigators for independent counsel Starr she was raped.
Kelsey, who then worked for Broaddrick as a nurse, said they went together to the American College of Nursing Home Administrators convention at the Camelot Hotel in Little Rock, Ark., in April 1978.
Broaddrick had been invited to call Clinton’s gubernatorial campaign office when she arrived in town to talk about volunteering, recalls Kelsey, who was 25 at the time.
“We thought it was going to be an exciting thing to work on his campaign,” Kelsey said. “He was a charismatic young man a person we felt like was definitely going some place.”
Nothing other than a meeting
Clinton told Broaddrick because of his stature, it would be difficult to meet in the coffee shop and suggested they talk in a room.
“She had no reason to think that there would be anything else other than a meeting involved,” Kelsey said.
Kelsey went to the convention’s scheduled event, while Broaddrick contacted Clinton.
When Kelsey returned to the hotel lobby, she called Broaddrick’s room to find out how the meeting went.
“I just remember being on the phone with her and she was very upset,” Kelsey recalls. “She said come to the room, we have to go back to Van Buren.”
When Kelsey arrived in the room, she found Broaddrick’s “lip was all swollen and very puffed out, and she was putting ice on it.”
“She appeared to me to almost be in a shocked state,” Kelsey said.
She believes Broaddrick’s contention that the sexual contact was not consensual.
“If it had been some planned escapade she would have told me,” she said. “We were close enough friends that she would have told me.”
Kelsey recalls Broaddrick saying the meeting with Clinton began with small talk, and “she was a little surprised he was by himself.”
“She said he was showing her locations outside the window there in Little Rock, and then, all of a sudden, he just kind of grabbed her and started kissing her,” remembers Kelsey.
“He overtook her and pushed her to the bed, and from that point on it was just a rape.”
Kelsey says Broaddrick explained how her lip became swollen: “He bit her lip to try to keep her from struggling with him.”
Enyart asked if Broaddrick used the term “rape.”
“Yes, she was so upset that she had allowed that to happen,” Kelsey said. “She was afraid that this would ruin her business. That’s why she made me promise not to tell anyone.”
Broaddrick said when Clinton made advances, she told him she couldn’t do this. Though she was a married woman, she was in love with another man, David Broaddrick, who later became her husband.
Enyart commented: “She might have thought that would cause him to back up, but that was like adding fuel to the fire. If she was willing to have an affair with a married man .”
“Right,” Kelsey replied, “and I think that was a lot of the reason why she didn’t want anything divulged. She was wrapped up in guilt thinking she might have deserved this.”
Kelsey said on the two-hour drive back to Van Buren, Broaddrick “was just beating herself up over the fact that she could have been so stupid.”
Over the next couple of days, Clinton tried to contact Broaddrick, she said.
“She told me he had tried to reach her,” Kelsey said, “but she did not want to speak to him.”
Cause for revenge?
Kelsey did not share her story with any media until 1999 when Broaddrick gave her first televised interview, taped in February during the Senate impeachment trial by NBC’s news program Dateline but broadcast in March.
The New York Times said one of the reasons NBC delayed airing the Broaddrick interview was because a personal fact about Kelsey had given them pause.
In 1980, the man who killed Kelsey’s father was made eligible for parole by Clinton, who at the time was lame-duck governor of Arkansas.
“People thought I was out to get Clinton,” she said, noting a news report that questioned her motives.
“Our family was very upset he did that, but I would never ever accuse or tell a story like that about some one for that reason,” she said. “My father was gone anyway.”
Kelsey said she happened to be with Broaddrick again at a nursing home meeting in Little Rock in 1990 when Clinton aides called her to come with them.
When she returned to Kelsey, Broaddrick said: “You won’t believe what just happened.”
“They took her out of meeting, down this hallway at the hotel in Little Rock, and there he was,” Kelsey said, referring to Clinton. “He told her he apologized and asked if she could forgive him, and if there was any way he could to make it up to her for what had happened.”
Broaddrick told Clinton he could “go to hell.”
One year later, when Clinton announced he was running for president, Broaddrick said “now she knew why he apologized,” according to Kelsey.
Kelsey, who since had gone to work as a nurse at a steel mill in Arkansas, recalls Broaddrick calling her to let her know a colleague in the nursing home business, Phillip Yoakum, was pressing for the story to be publicized. “She said, Norma, please do not contact anyone. If anyone contacts you, please tell them you don’t know anything.”
The New York Times called her at home, she said, “and I told them I had no comment.”
When lawyers for Paula Jones came to Broaddrick in an attempt to corroborate Clinton’s style of behavior, Broaddrick denied she had made the charge.
But Broaddrick’s son, a lawyer, warned her against lying to a federal grand jury, and she decided to tell the story.
Kelsey was then paid a visit by the FBI.
“It was very scary,” she said. “I had the FBI come to my home here in Oklahoma and sit me down and make me corroborate stories they had been hearing.”
When the FBI came, you told them the truth? Enyart asked.
“Absolutely,” Kelsey said.
Enyart read through a list of other incidents in which women claimed Clinton forced himself on them sexually.
“It’s appalling,” Kelsey said, “when you read he’s going to get a big talk show on TV, and it just makes me sick.”
After Broaddrick made her charge public, Enyart organized nearly 150 protests, following Clinton wherever he appeared around the country, and even internationally, with signs declaring, “I believe Juanita.”
The talk show host and pastor of Denver Bible Church says he plans to hold a week of protest-related events in Little Rock when the Clinton library opens to ensure the media will not ignore Broaddrick’s accusation.
Kelsey said she agreed with Enyart that the media has given Clinton a pass.
“It’s a sad story,” she said, “and it’s very sad when you are part of it and you feel like there is not anything you can say or do to change things.”
M E M O R I E S ...........How well I remember all about this. COMPLETELY swept under the rug by the MSM.
I DO NOT want that man back in the WHITE HOUSE!
(Those new to Freerepublic probably don’t remember too much about this)
I was asking Hillaries role in the rape aftermath, not Operation Chaos.
HILLARY ASKED TO HELP BRING SEXUAL PREDATOR TO JUSTICE - http://youtube.com/watch?v=qBTehvzkTe8
Rapist-in-chief. Doug, you and people like alamo-girl will have a historical legacy for keeping the truth public. Thanx.
Thank you so much for your encouragements, dear purpleraine!
LOL! What took you so long? Are you trolling?
Bill Clinton is a serial rapist. Hillary is an accessory and enabler.
Here is the video of the interview that Juanita Broaddrick gave Lisa Meyers of Dateline NBC.
(video of Dateline NBC interview, aired 2/24/1999, never re-aired, never made available for sale on DVD or videotape)
And this is the video that proves Hillary became an accessory after the fact to rape. Hillary knew and personally tried to intimidate Juanita into keeping her mouth shut for the sake of the Clintons’ political career.
(video of Sean Hannity’s interview with Juanita Broaddrick, aired 6/10/2003)
“She came directly to me as soon as she hit the door. I had been there only a few minutes, I only wanted to make an appearance and leave. She caught me and took my hand and said ‘I am so happy to meet you. I want you to know that we appreciate everything you do for Bill.’” Broaddrick was stunned by Hillary’s comments. Only weeks had passed, Broaddrick claims, since she had been raped in a Little Rock hotel room by then attorney general Bill Clinton. “Here her husband had just done this to me, and she was coming up to thank me? It was scary... “I started to turn away and she held onto my hand and reiterated her phrase — looking less friendly and repeated her statement——’Everything you do for Bill’. I said nothing. She wasn’t letting me get away until she made her point. She talked low, the smile faded on the second thank you. I just released her hand from mine and left the gathering.” “I was in state of shock... nausea went all over me... “You know, I should not have gone to that political gathering, but I think I was in denial at the time. I actually became physically ill. I went outside and told my first husband I had to go home.”
excerpt from Drudge Report 8/2/1999
One point of possible interest is Broaddrick’s allegation that Clinton bit her upper lip in order to overcome her resistance. A police officer and expert on sex-crimes who was interviewed on radio by former FBI agent, prosecutor, and convict G. GordonLiddy (who knows the legal system inside and out), said that lipbiting is a “suppression technique” commonly used by serial rapists. It allows the assailant to subdue the victim while leaving his arms and legs free. The officer said that on the basis of Broaddrick’s description of the crime, he would go straight to his “serial rapist file” to compile a list of likely suspects. Just a thought — is this the sort of detail a woman would be likely to make up if she were fabricating a false report of a rape?
excerpt from Edward Zehr’s article in Washington Weekly (3/1/1999)
Sept. 23, 1998 - DID JUANITA BROADDRICK RETRACT HER DENIAL OF CLINTON SEX ASSAULT?
This information reportedly influenced some House members to cast their votes for impeachment.
I also want to thank Alamo-Girl for all her work in compiling a historical record which will prove to future generations (who will be less subject to propaganda by Clintonistas or anyone emotionally invested in promoting the Clinton legacy) that Bill Clinton was an evil sociopath who raped many times and got away with it every time. He also committed many other serious crimes which would earn anyone else a lengthy prison sentence. He has zero respect for women.
Visit Alamo-Girl.com if you’ve got a lot of time on your hands. Some of the historical record of Bill Clinton’s sex crimes is at
I don’t know what happened to Mia T, but I also want to thank her for creating the site with the video of the Dateline NBC interview. If not for that, there might be no way for people who have never heard of Juanita Broaddrick to judge for themselves whether her story is credible.
Thanks to Kathleen Willey for bravely publishing her book in spite of intimidation and thuggery.
Thanks to Katherine Prudhomme-O’Brien in Derry, NH for having the courage to confront Hillary at a campaign rally in Nashua, NH about her husband’s sex crimes and her own role as an enabler. And for going on Hannity and Colmes and the Sean Hannity Show.
Many people don’t think of themselves as feminists, but if you believe that women have the right not to be raped, and the right to report rape without fear of being destroyed, or put on trial themselves, or being presumed to have been asking for it, if you believe, as I do, that women deserve to be treated with dignity and not have powerful men pull down their pants when they are least expecting it and demand oral sex, then you are a feminist, even if you choose not to call yourself one.
Investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert worked with Paula Jones lawyers from September 1997 to discover “Jane Doe” victims of Bill Clinton. Their findings were turned over to the House Judiciary Committee after they had been subpoenaed by the Office of Independent Counsel. Some believe that their evidence convinced wavering congressmen to change their votes, providing the margin needed for impeachment.
The investigators told NewsMax that they had interviewed 209 witnesses, uncovering leads on previously unknown incidents involving Clinton and providing additional details about events already known to the public. According to the online publication, a number of “promising leads” were abandoned when the Jones case was dismissed last spring. Among the leads not followed up was one that involved the rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Little Rock cocaine party.
Beverly Lambert provided details of Clinton’s assault on a “young woman lawyer” he met at a Democratic fundraiser in Little Rock in the late ‘70s. The incident had been mentioned in a book by Roger Morris, “Partners in Power.” The victim had talked to Morris on condition of confidentiality. After the fundraiser at a popular waterfront restaurant, known then as Fisherman’s Wharf, “She offered Clinton a ride home. And once he got her alone in her car, he grabbed this woman and assaulted her. He did his trademark thing; exposed himself, asked her to ‘kiss it,’ and pushed her head down into his lap,” according to Lambert.
The woman went home and told her husband, who subsequently confronted Clinton, obtaining a “sheepish” apology from him. But the couple were unwilling to talk to Jones’ investigators. Do you wonder why? Lambert explains:
“Right after they talked to Roger Morris, her husband was suddenly appointed to head up the Arkansas Real Estate Commission,” says Beverly. “I’m sure that job pays pretty well. She works for the state, too. So at this point they’re afraid for their jobs.”
Does that sound excessively cynical? Shouldn’t we give then the benefit of a doubt? Beverly Lambert explains further:
“The husband was cooperative when Rick first called, but said he wanted to check with someone before he talked further. When he called back he was totally hostile and started calling Rick every name in the book.”
The facts about Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Dolly Kyle Browning, Gennifer Flowers, Sally Perdue and many others have been discussed at some length in previous columns. The heavy-handed tactics of intimidation used by the Clinton administration to silence these women have been largely ignored by the mainstream press who continued to sing the Predator’s praises when they must have known what he had been up to all along. Am I being unfair? They knew about all this even before we did. Their silence tells us everything we need to know about them.
The conclusions to be drawn from these accounts are straightforward enough. More than a dozen women have accused Clinton of committing sexual assault upon them. (The state troopers assigned to guard Clinton while he was governor of Arkansas have told of seven additional incidents, similar to those recounted above). The complaints have extended over a period of years, beginning in Clinton’s student days.
Excerpt from Edward Zehr’s article in the Washington Weekly (3/1/1999)
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