- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Juanita Broaddrick told supporters this week that #MeToo and #BelieveSurvivors activist Alyssa Milano’s “crazy amounts of love” for former President Bill Clinton since 2012 is another example of the movement’s “double-standard bull—.”

The woman who has maintained for decades that she was raped in Arkansas by Mr. Clinton when she was 35 years old received silence on social media after confronting one of #MeToo’s high-profile celebrities.

Ms. Broaddrick requested an “update” to an old tweet by the liberal celebrity that read: “Bill Clinton, I love you so much. Like crazy amounts of love.”

“Could you give us an update on this tweet @Alyssa_Milano REAL victims of Bill Clinton would like to hear from you or will you continue with your double standard bulls—,” Ms. Broaddrick asked Tuesday.

The liberal activist — who has become one of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s staunchest critics in the face of uncorroborated claims of attempted rape by college professor Christine Blasey Ford — ignored Mr. Clinton’s accuser.

Ms. Broaddrick has also called out lawmakers such as Illinois Sen. Richard J. Durbin and California Sen. Dianne Feinstein in recent months.

SEE ALSO: Juanita Broaddrick: Feinstein had no interest rape allegation against Bill Clinton

“Not one Democrat would look at my deposition with the independent counsel [in the 90s],” Ms. Broaddrick told Fox News on Sept. 19. “Oh my gosh, they did not want to know about it. … [The Kavanaugh story] makes me go back to 1999, when Dianne Feinstein, along with every other Democrat, refused to read my deposition to the independent counsel.”

Similarly, in response to a Sept. 15 tweet by Mr. Durbin that “we must respect and listen to survivors of sexual assault,” Ms. Broaddrick replied: “Well, Dick, do I have a story for you. Once upon a  time Bill Clinton raped me.

Mr. Clinton’s legal team rejected her claims as “false and outrageous” in February 1999.

• Douglas Ernst can be reached at dernst@washingtontimes.com.

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