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"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's time to use the free market to end the drug makers monopoly pricing power in stopping him from overcharging. The American people enough is enough. Also sitting in the front row was Bill Clinton. And Bill Clinton that you know, it's been credibly accused of rape. But Juanita broaddrick. In sitting in that row was Hillary Clinton. The woman that Juanita broaddrick says verbally intimidated mediated her two weeks after the alleged rape. So for the people that talk about what a degenerate, Donald Trump is honestly. You adore JFK. Your door. Bill clinton. Don't get me. Started on Ted Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy. Also your. He was on the left. Regarding Alexandria, cardio Cortez being a dunce. Can you imagine what the media would have done had you take Sarah Palin? And she said what? Alexandra Kaci Cortez at the other day tweeted the other day. Referring to an article in a left wing publication Alexandru. Cossio cortez. Says that if we just eliminate the waste fraud and abuse, I'm paraphrasing from the defense department. We could pay two thirds of the thirty two trillion dollars. It would cost for Medicare for all. If we just eliminated bad, accounting, waste, fraud and abuse. Do you know how much the defense budget is this year? It is seven hundred billion dollars. Medicare for all over ten years would cost thirty two trillion dollars. This thirty two thousand billions and the entire defense department this year. His quote, unquote, only seven hundred billion it leaves you just a little short. Can you imagine? What would have happened? If a Republican like Sarah Palin had said. She wouldn't be able to house. Running a laugh track. Did already be teeing up an S and L skin covered. She also says by the way, she would support impeaching President Trump, and I understand you've been supportive feature for.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"They've got to grapple with reality. They've got to admit that they are wrong right now. What one? What what they're doing is this this fake posturing? I saw today in the Washington Post by Richard Kohn. He wrote this piece. He said, I thought Juanita broaddrick wasn't credible. I was wrong. Okay, one, eight abroad, you know, we need a broader if we had to run the show. She says that Bill Clinton raped her, I've talked to her. I read her book. If you wanna talk about credibility, this woman's got it. She's she's got people at the time that she told about this for story has never changed. Even NBC news admits her story has never changed. She just seems credible. She doesn't seem kooky. She hasn't lied publicly about major things. She did a. Only one on the only own sort of hold on her story as she once said under oath that it didn't happen when she wanted it to go away. Then once the story leaked she admitted it happened, but that's the only thing close to it. She's never changed her story since, but Democrats wouldn't talk about her, wouldn't accept it. Now, all of a sudden we've got Cohen saying, oh, we maybe I believe, or now he says, quote, I remember refusing to deal with broaddrick allegation because I simply chose to believe Clinton was not a rapist Clinton after all was one of us college educated modern or Bain, and not some hooded monster preying on strangers, men like that, do not rape. My position has proved naive. Violence can be in the sexual repertoire of any man Chirps he goes on. I am no longer certain that Clinton did not rape, Juanita, broaddrick. Well, good job could shove Mr. Cohen and Washington Post. Now that the Clintons are not only politically useless to you to the party and to the left more broadly. But actually now that the Clintons or reliability now you're willing to stand up and say, oh, yeah, maybe that guy did it after decades of flying cover for these people after just two years ago, trying to put this man back in the White House and put this woman in the Oval Office. The woman who smeared all of Clinton's accusers and victims as bimbos after just doing that wasn't twenty years ago that you did that was two years ago that you you all were doing that now you say, oh, you know, I'm starting to believe her gr. Oh, great. Congrat- let's throw him a party. Wow, that now you must be super serious. No way, no way BUSTER. I hear these things all the time they'll people will ask, how can we unite the country we'd be civil, how can we come together and unite and agree on this and this and this, they gotta come to the table. The left esta come to the table. You know, we don't kick their speakers out of college campuses. We don't scream at them. We don't even call them racist, even though many of their policies. In fact are quite racist. We don't call them evil. We don't call them wicked. We don't throw rocks into their houses. We don't harass them in public. You gotta come to the table guys and if you're going to offer something, which is now a political convenience for you from actions that happened twenty five years ago, give me a break, put up or shut up and don't don't booth on my leg until me. It's windy. Don't lie to my face. Don't gaslight me. Give me something real until then I don't believe it. It's just not believable. You know, speaking of politic on, I got to be John Fugel sang there and I, I rather liked John Fugel sang these this left. The actor comedian guy seems kind of a nice guy. He's dead wrong about many things. And this gave me the privilege or misfortune of coming across John Fugel Sang's takedown viral occupy Democrats video about how Republicans are fake Christians. They're not real Christians because Jesus was a left wing. Hippie, don't you know? I, it occurs to me that the left always gets Christianity wrong. Always misrepresents Christianity. Take a look at this. We'll go through point by point. I thought, wouldn't it be great if we could find a way to get Jesus of Nazareth to come back and run for president on the GOP ticket, they can't pick a front runner anyway. So wouldn't the GOP love to.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"They care about is their power. Benchley? They keep talking about ObamaCare. Obamacare is already collapsed. The only thing and it's still working as Medicaid. And they wanna screw that over Trump talks about that tonight. How they wanna take away that from all the senior citizens and in getting back to cordray Trump talked about what a disaster he was wasted. All this money trying to renovate his headquarters or this or that, blah, blah, blah. But I mean, you're absolutely right about one thing. He's an absolute or will be a sock puppet for Schumer Pelosi, the democrat party and remember his good good buddy tax and Ted Strickland. He ran the state eight billion dollars in the hole. I think Jim Rene. She said that when he'd laughed at. It was like eighty nine cents left in the accounts. And now casings built the rainy day fund up like two billion dollars. Democrats all spin money like drunken sailor was gone. That's what happens in socialism look at Venezuela took Medina less than three years to destroy the country. Now they've had over four million Venezuela's fled the country. These people. I don't care rookie Hillary Clinton. Look at everything she's done. Look at Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton is a sexual predator. He raped Juanita broaddrick. You know, he's rate many people, you know, this man is a criminal. You know, we have the most corrupt politicians of all time. You know, rod Rosenstein is an absolute crap he will not testify under oath in congress. Today. What's up with that? He does not want to have to tell the truth Glenn Simpson of fusion GPS today. And now he will take the fifth in right now called you. They hold all the cards rod Rosenstein, the only way that we can get him on his fiery. But Trump won't do that right now. He's letting hang in the win. He wants Rosenstein refuse to testify under oath. No cats. Glenn Simpson refused to test. He wants the American people to see that. These people will not tell the truth now. Hold on. Let me refresh. The worry memories out there because the media had been talking about it here for the last week or two, but that's that. Russian dossier that was all about a p p party and Hillary Clinton she bought and paid for this whole thing, and it's all based on a pack allies. But this p party supposedly was over there with the rue skis and Putin got to watch it or see the video and hookers were dancing on Obama's bad. And and Trump was sitting there having some Kentucky Fried Chicken and watching it and enjoy and it's all Pac allies can. But hey, let me put you on hold man. We'll take a little short break in more of the jazz to talk about over here. And we'll get to it after a little short.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Four one Sean that is from a brand new documentary of actually our own Linda had a big part to play in all of this Sarah Carter to nonprofit group called dark wire. And in this DC on Monday, they are going to do the premiere of this documentary. And at some point we're going to make it available to all of you as well. It's extraordinarily well done. If you're a parent you need to watch it. It's called not in vain. It features the stark reality and truth in the dark truth about drugs crossing the open borders in the incredible need for national security at our borders. Joining us now is a good friend of the program. Former of host of the five on the Fox News channel is now on crtv, and my friend Eric Bolling is back with us before we get to this. Have you been watching this madness and Jeff flake all day on the supreme court, Sean, I just I'm a twin bed. Pt Barnum would be proud of the circus. And then I just said, you know, what surface intermission until Tuesday. It's amazing. What we've reduced the the honorable respectable Senate chamber to to this type of insanity. But finally, they they pushed it through. And then we're going to get the vote on Tuesday, which which would should see I'm not so sure we're going to see it on Tuesday, though. I think that when he gets he gets Susan Collins Lisa Murkowski, then that's it. I could see that happening. And by the way, the thing is is under penalty of a felony. All of the people the four I witnesses in the case of professor Ford. Let me tell you what that gives that gives the Democrats another week of the Michael Evans of the world, you know, coming up with more czar. It's clear, you know, it's not even it's it's the rule of law or evidence in court. It's not in the constitution. It's not even an American the world. Do you wanna do you wanna live in a coach for world where a simple accusation with thirty five year old thirty five year old foggy recollection can put someone's name reputation, family and livelihood at risk. Sandy. We gotta get back sandy at some point hopefully, Tuesday that will happen. Yeah. Hopefully will. What we witnessed yesterday was beyond the circus. It was sad. You you you watch the destruction of a human being literally in twelve days how to destroy a man and his family in twelve days after what was a evidence without this zero corroboration, and then so many of the other stories have been debunked. It's it's sad that this is what the state of the country short, Sean you, and I both had Juanita Broderick on our show. And she I had the fortune of of having thirty minutes or I had a really long sit down with her. And I asked you can you tell me details of the room. She described the room. I said you remember the right there? She described the ride there. So what the hotel lobby looks like she described in detail everything about that night that that morning with with Bill Clinton when he raped her. Now for me, this is further back, then then Dr Ford has to remember remember a lot of the details. That tells me something doesn't seem. Right now within thirty minutes. Juanita broddrick which had been in a conference within thirty minutes, the person she was at the conference with saw her in her room with her lip which was a bit bloodied. Three times its normal size and immediately told somebody now she didn't wanna go To's afraid. Yeah. Was she was also talking about the rights to the events of the hotel where the events in the area where the event was going to happen to write back when you look doctor for testimony. She can't remember how she got to the party. She doesn't remember how she got home. She wasn't sure what day of the week, it was vivid detail Juanita broaddrick of rape and an alleged sexual misconduct act against miss. Dr Ford's very very few details. It's not suggesting she didn't get harassed or molested. I'm simply suggesting not certain that it was pret- Cavanaugh. The did it. Well, wanna switch it on a no it's a Friday here, and we've been spending almost all week on this. And there's a lot of important breaking news. But what we're about to talk about has become. Very near dear and close to my heart in large part because of the tragedy in your life, and you being a friend of mine, and that is just a little over a year ago your son chase bowling died. You got a phone call, and he had purchased Xanax Xanax is an anti anxiety pill and in it. It was laced with null, and he died that night nor that day. And I want you to talk about your experience. And then I'm going to bring Linda on as well. And why this and this is a nonprofit there's a nonprofit documentary, and it's called not in vain and premieres in Washington DC on Monday, and you always say to me, and you say to anybody you talk to and I know you working with the president you're doing a lot of big things to to make people aware of how dangerous these drugs are. But you always say don't think it can happen your kids because it can and your I believe you because I've seen it too often. Now, Sean you were there from from the mid happen. I got a call from you. I got a call from the president the next day. My wife wasn't absolute tailspin. You just call. You never expect to get just. Deficit that scribe. I told you stole the show a couple of times, but she pulled the car over when when we got the call we heard it and she saw onto the road night pick her up and bring it back onto the side. We sat there and confusion, Sean and get a call from dealer. Call from the president real fast forward a little bit in in. I spent part of last year in a month talking to people talking to groups talking to sandwich talking. C-pack talking to turning points USA kids, and parents about what what we need to do kids really need to understand that Eric chase was a sophomore in college. He like probably millions of other sophomores other college kids Baltistan X on campus wasn't prescriptive. And it was no he passed, and I tell kids nonstop one pill to kill if you put in your mouth just understand. It may be the last thing you do. I tell parents mom, dad. Listen, you're too smart to damage to to to adorable to athletic to white you you to straight to see gender. Doesn't matter. It will touch your kid at one point. I it's clutching. Everybody knows there's nobody that impacted by this now. Just one quick thing. So I was on the show talked to Linda little bit. But it got such wide appeal that Demi Levato was was proud that. She was she overdosed on mobile. I and she was literally pronounced daddy. But they've bought brought her back. They got her back to life. After that within a couple of days. Demi Levato is mom. Diana dealer. Garza called me and said, look I need to get involved in this. I my daughter, and I are suppose I love her as soon as she's out of out of trouble. I want to get involved with should I said, Diana. You will be the minute. You're ready and he's ready. You're going to be part of this. I want to bring you onto the so we can we can save some lives together. And Linda had contacted me your your producer, contact me said, hey, can you get involved with this premier the movie, I say, I will? But you like to do is. I'd like to bring Demi Lovato's mom and tell her story to because it's really compelling. I mean, there's. Assume it just shows you can touch anyone anybody. So she's going to be part of that premier as well. And this is what scares me, and you know, you're never going to recover from this. And I I I know you're strong. I know your wife is strong. I know you both. But you know, you told me once that if it's just one the size of one grain of salt or two or three grains of salt from your shaker. And I'm not talking about the big grains of salt. It's the little tiny salt grain that can kill a kid, and they're putting it purposefully in the in all of these drugs from heroin to weed and everything they're putting it everywhere. Some dealers are even looking out looking for the some of the strongest stuff that can kill because they'll get known as the dealer with the strongest drugs and doesn't even bother bad night. They kill some as far as being strong, Sean. No, no, you you have been through you. You lost the love of your life. You lost your child? No parent should ever lose a child ever. And you know, you get a, you know, I remember when you got the call you were in the car, you told me your wife collapsed. It's it's horrible. Let me let me bring Linda in for a second pool is, you know, this nonprofit group put you help put this whole thing together. So I got to give you a lot of credit, and it's called dark wire. And this is your first documentary. It's not in vain Sarah Carter also is working on the project created by the organization, but you also traced where this is all coming from which is a big component of this. I think one of the most misunderstood things is that is coming across an open border to national security crisis. What person doesn't want to protect their children? And when Eric started doing all this stuff said, you know, I'm doing this project Sarah Carter, she's my business partner nonprofit trying to get the word out and save some kids. You know, if you take if you wanna take an analogy that really hits home think about a seven thirty seven crashing every single day with every passenger on the flight dying, except they're all under twenty. That's what's happening in our country makes opioid losses over seventy two thousand people a year and then. We're not even talking about the lives ruined by addiction. And that's the thing releasing generation babies are being born dictate to heroin and opioids while we were making the film my cousin overdosed died and she left behind five kids. She had just gotten out of rehab. Just got clean was in a halfway house. Took a shot a heroine. The heroine was laced with federal and she died, and Eric this is what's happening to these kids. Let's say they they hit granny's medicine cabinet and a Percocet vicodin anoxia cotton, and then they take it. And then they like it, then they take it. And they like it and the next thing they're on the street paying eighty bucks a pill, and they can't afford it. And then someone offers a ten dollars bag of heroin and the wife's over even work. Now, Sean right until the last part where it's it's now cheaper fi hit opioid on the street. You can get a pill of whatever it is. Oxy whatever their their favorite type of opioid is profound bucks and cops. So tell fortunes tell me we can't we can't keep up. It's too hard to find you. You can't smell dogs. They say for five dollars it can get high in an opioid in the cost more to buy joint or or cocaine. So there, of course, attracted right to a stronger, stop the problem is some of the stuff that's on the street. A lot of this stuff. That's I'm Streep is Linda points out is coming from places like China North Korea's. Well, they're laced with deadly drug defensible is a horse tranquilizer gives that most people in the last days of cancer when they're in the massive monster pain, and and they just they it's the last ditch after to keep people out of pain promise..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on WDRC
"This event thirty six years ago. Listen to miss Kaiser, she does not know me. I was not at the party described by Dr Ford, this confirmation processes become a national disgrace. The constitution gives the Senate an important role in the confirmation process, but you've replaced advice and consent with search and destroy since my nomination in July. There's been a frenzy on the left to come up with something anything to block my confirmation shortly after is nominated the Democratic Senate leader said he would quote oppose me with everything he's got. A democratic Senator on this committee public re- publicly referred to me as evil evil. Think about that word and said that those who supported me were quote complicit in evil complicit in evil. That is judge Brad Kavanagh testifying today to the Senate Judiciary committee. And if you thought he sounded a little fired up he was certainly fired up. And with good reason you understand what's going on. Here. You have members of the democrat party. No Republicans doing this. Although there there are some squishy Republicans when it comes to the question of whether or not they're going to vote for the confirmation. But I think after what happened today, I I hope that the judiciary committee can quickly move to a vote and confirm judge Brad Kavanagh, and I hope that we can remind Americans. If this is the way that the Democrats are gonna do things, you know, it's funny. There was a phrase from the Clinton impeachment era, and the Democrats used it to. Describe what they thought was highly unfair. They called it the politics of personal destruction. Now in that case, we weren't talking about some fantasy that may or may not have happened. That was unconfirmed by witnesses. We were talking about stains on a blue dress. We were talking about women like Paula Jones who said this man, not just sexually harassed him. Her dropped his pants and invited her to perform a sex act. We're talking about Kathleen Willey who appealed to President Clinton for help. When her husband was dying who is sexually harassed by him. We're talking about you know, about Juanita broaddrick who was raped by Bill Clinton quite some time ago. We were talking about real things in that case. And they said, oh, you're talking about his personal life. That's the the politics of personal destruction. They called it. Well, guess what? The Democrats have now decided to say even when we have a good man a virtual choir boy by his reputation. Shen and is good deeds over more than fifty years of life. We will destroy Brad Kavanagh. It doesn't matter if the charges are true or false if we can get him withdrawn, it won't matter to anyone and I think that's absolutely shameful. Somebody should start showing up at every single town hall held by a United States Senator whose taken this position who vowed to vote against Brad Kavanagh, no matter what he said the confirmation hearings because most of the made those promises within either hours or days of Cam Kavanagh's nomination this summer, they said we're gonna vote against it. Doesn't matter what he says doesn't matter how qualified he is. But they had to find an excuse to vote against him. And they would go out and make it up if they had to and by the time, we find out it's not true. The decisions already made. Let's go to Janice in Virginia agendas. Welcome to the LARs Larson show on a Thursday night. What's on your mind tonight? I just wanna say I've done therapeutic therapeutic teaching parents eighteen years. The kids were very sexually abused. Tell them had suppressed mentally someone. They got into therapy. It did come out some of these kids for six seven years old. But they remember who did it. They know where. Forget anything now. Suppress memory. But you know, what? I don't know if this stuff has been put out there. But I think once she had that and she told her therapist. She didn't give the name. But then he thought wow. Maybe it was having all maybe. Exciting to tell friends that was some important person. They would recognize by the way, you Janice, and can I throw in on top of that theory. So she never claimed to have a suppressed memory. She said, in fact and said before she showed up to testify today that this incident has troubled her for her entire life. So she's not one of those people who had something terrible happened when she was ten or twelve and suppressed it where your your mind, literally, grabs a hold of it takes a shovel berries it so deep you don't even you don't even know it's there, and then it pops back up in a time of stress later on. She says she's been troubled by this. And she brought it up in two thousand twelve and you know, what I think is special about twenty twelve twenty twelve was a presidential election year. A lot of people were fired up Mitt Romney was running for president in one of the man named as a possible supreme court nominee had Romney become president was Brad Kavanagh. So his name was in the news. Now, you're going to go in. Into counseling with your husband. You say this terrible thing happened to you that this teenage boy did this to you. And as you say a famous name that'll sound more significant than just this was done to me by some random teenager that. I went to school near me and bread Kavanagh's name is in the news. And you say that's a kid who went to the school that we partied with or that we were associated with or he was at or he was a friend of Mark Mark judges. I know I'll use his name, and maybe not even consciously who was that guy. And I'll tell you I still am intrigued by the theory that some folks came up with it was mentioned, but without mentioning men's name, and I'm not gonna mention man's name. There was a teenage boy who went to school at the same time the cabin on judge. We're going to that high school who lived in a house that fit her description of the physical surroundings where this assault allegedly happened. If you look at his picture on. Line. He like. Oh, he looked so much. I could look at him. I've got a couple of people that are in my business that I sometimes get mistaken for they'll say, oh, you're Ken Ackerman. And I say, no, I'm LARs Larson and Ken gets mistaken for me from an we're friends. So we kind of laugh about it. But we're both in the same business. We both have dark hair, and we're both about the same height and build all that. Could you imagine her saying I've got to think who was that guy? And another telling thing is that apparently this past summer, the Washington Post reported that Dr Ford reached out to other high school classmates and said, look I'm trying to remember this. I think this was before the letter was written. And and but I need some refreshment on that memory. You know, I need to find that memory again. And they said we can't remember it at all. So maybe she just went with what she had in her mind. It was Brad Kavanagh, and he is now a famous name..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Do you think our standards have gone down in any way? Do you think that we're more trusting of these women? What? How do you assess the allegations against cavenaugh in light of your own? The vote, the very high standards you used in reporting on need a Broderick. That's a very good in hard question. I do think standards had gone down, but I think the culture has evolved studies of women who have been assaulted have been have evolved, for example, we know now through a lot of work that it's very rare for a woman to make a false accusation. So I think that fits into people's reporting and thinking, I mean, what when's the last time you heard of a woman accusing prominent politician of something like this at didn't end up having a shred of truth in or at least she believed it. So I, I don't think I don't think our standards have changed. I think the culture and the times have changed. I think we're more apt to believe the woman and what the standard seems to be, which was the same standard I had, we could who did the person's, how contemporaneous or who did they tell it all? And you know, in the case of most of these me too stories, there was contemporaneous reporting. Dr. Ford wasn't contemporaneous, but it was five years ago. So I think that seems to be the standard. I'm still a little bit of. I have a mixed feeling on miss Ramirez. I'm just not sure where that's going right now, but it's a fascinating point about about the culture. Evolving and how we look at these accusations differently and that that factors into how we assess the evidence and and whether to make the decision to to publish or not. And that makes a lot of sense to me. You know, we still have to be incredibly rigorous. And as you say, you know, do all the cross checking and and and and and looking for contemporary accounts, but but attitudes change. And I think that is also reflected in journalism sometimes as it should be exactly. Well, we will be watching all this play out on Thursday, assuming the hearing comes off as as advertised, and we'll get a chance to set that make our own assessments of the credibility of the two witnesses scheduled to testify Christina Ford. And I had that. I appreciate you guys. I, I'm just reading that that the the majority in the did you hear committee hired a lawyer to question Dr? Ford on behalf of both the Democrats and Republicans, does that mean that members are not going to question her at all? Well, that's a great question Lois, and because I was thinking about this the other day, when I when I heard that this was something that they might do. I can't imagine that these senators would kind of just sit on their hands and not ask questions themselves. I think it would look terrible for them to to to do that, particularly on the Republican side, which is as it was during the Anita hill. Clarence Thomas hearings, you know, entirely male. In fact, the Senate Judiciary committee there has there has not been a Republican member of the Senate Judiciary committee in two hundred and two years. And it will look so transparent if they hire a female lawyer to ask the questions and and do not. Have you know the spine to ask questions themselves. So I have to think that they will also ask questions, but maybe they'll just leave the hard ones up to whichever lawyer they hire. I dunno, Issakov. What do you think? Well, I'm absolutely certain Democrats are going to take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions. I think I've heard some talk that they're gonna let Kamala Harris play. The lead former prosecutor really tough grueling. Interrogator, but I think you'll see the others weighing in. I've heard Shelton White House saying, of course he's going to ask questions and I imagined. Questions, right? Right, right. Those early gonna, ask questions. The interesting thing will be see how the Republicans do it, but at by the way that does remind me of one other thing I noticed in reading over the clips, Juanita Broderick. One reason she talked to you and Lisa Myers and not some others is she wanted to tell her story to a woman, not a man. Yes, that's absolutely true..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Having are the women don't then go back to their normal lives and never be heard from again as we've seen with one either. I mean, she's been around the public dialogue now for another twenty years showing up at his debate all of these well, with a few exceptions, most of these women stayed in the forefront. Monica Lewinsky dropped out for a while. Now she's back with a fervor. So I, you know if Mr. Kevin Hart is confirmed, I don't know that he can look forward to putting this all behind him, right? Because the society we has. Hauled and and women who've been through these kinds of experiences have platforms. They've got a forum it's more socially acceptable to talk about and they are political in in ways that they weren't before. Right Math communication, it's help that, yes. Yeah. So just a couple of points I wanted to wrap up here. I I mentioned Lanny Davis, and I did find the quote he gave to Howie Kurtz at the time about the story quotas journalism about reporting facts or not. Wherever we gone when an unsubstantiated allegation becomes a fact if others report it, it is not corroborated because her go from girlfriends, saw her with a swollen lip. That doesn't make the charge of rape a fact. So. I would think so. I I was just going to say before we were talking about how stars people never had evidence that Clinton at the time in ninety eight ninety nine was pressuring her to stay silent. But according to Roderick story Clinton did seem to make some pretty damning admission. She talks about this is again, I'm reading from your piece, right? Right. She recalled seeing him in one thousand nine hundred ninety one when she was summoned to another nursing home meeting in Little Rock and they encounter each other and she says Clinton, it was unreal. Clinton kept trying to hold my hand. I can still remember his words. He Clinton said, can you ever forgive me? I'm not the same man a used to be, and I told him, you just go to hell and I walked away. I was shaking. A pretty powerful encounter right there. So let me just ask you lows, you know, as you look at the reporting on the Cavanaugh allegations. In the context of the kind of reporting you did..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Skullduggery
"And so she agreed to do this to sign this affidavit, just so it would go away. Now in a court of law, of course, that would have been enormously damaging for her, but in the narrative, not just immediate narrative, but an investigative narrative, it became less so. Because of the people she had told one of there was one woman who was with her Norma Rogers, and I actually went to her house to and ten o'clock one night and knocked on the door. And I said, look, I see, I went to see Juanita. She gave me your name. I'm really sorry to bother you. Can you confirm this and she said off the record? Yes, I walked into the hotel on the few minutes later. Her lip was all flow on and bloody. She told me what had happened. She was horrified and those things become very credible when you're listening to these stories. Now, of course, what finally talked to come forward is she got approached by Ken Starr's investigators and prosecutors and they were looking into whether Clinton people had pressured her to remain silent. And she. She had already, of course denied filed the sign, the affidavit, denying that this had taken place in the Paula Jones harassment suit. But then when it's the FBI and it's federal prosecutors and they gave her immunity for perjury for having filed the false affidavit. And then she tells her story, you know, what's interesting is the Clinton, the star people could never show that Clinton as you say, had pressured or remain silent. And so therefore they never used it as part of the impeachment case against against Clinton, which was about obstruction of Justice in the in the in the Paula Jones harassment suit, which is, you know, a lot of people thought though that if this story had come out, it would have. Made a big impact in the in. The debate over controversial would have really on. And what's interesting about what you are just are related is that I don't believe that they put pressure on her and not only did they not likely put pressure on her. She became offended that people thought they put pressure on her and that she was caving to them and that in fact worth against the Clinton people because when you know part of the part of her narrative was that it was getting, you know, people were criticizing her and saying, they bought her off, you know, she caved under their pressure and that had not happened. And then she also said, what so many of these women say, which is that the if the story was out there and it was, and it was people were getting very close to reporting it. She wanted to be the one to share the story. Now, there's an interesting take on the whole media piece of it. NBC never took. Never was going to run it. I mean, they sat on it for months and months, and then a Wall Street Journal, editorial writer, Dorothy Rabinowitz got onto it very conservative. She got on a plane and went to van Buren, Arkansas and spoke with her, and then did a very long poignant column on it for the Wall Street Journal before any any news people did. And that's what prompted us to. We had it all..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Hey, Wallis. Thanks for. Thanks for joining us at. Thanks for having me. So we just reviewed the essence of the Juanita broaddrick story. And we played a couple of clips from Lisa Myers interview with her that ran on NBC dateline, but you were digging into the Juanita broaddrick story from the beginning for some time you interviewed her many times. Tell us a little about how you found her in the first place and what your experience was reporting out. That story. Sherry had been around for a number of years in Arkansas. She had confided it to where she had confided to friends contemporaneous Lii and she she had also told a couple of Clinton haters if you're call, you know Clinton. Although he had been elected multiple times in Arkansas. He was a, he was pretty controversial character and he had a group of of what we used to call the haters. And it was just everybody who did not like Bill Clinton. So this got around in those circles. And when with being investigated, for you know, the impeachment issues and Paul Johns, everybody became re riveted on this. And at the time I was actually living in Oklahoma. So I drove to her home and knocked on her door and she came out and she was in the process of talking or she had already finished talk. Talking to NBC and there was a serious question about whether NBC was going to air this. It was very controversial. So she basically on her front porch confirmed that it had happened or at least allegedly happened, told me the quick outline of it. And then you know, said that she just wasn't ready. She had talked to Lisa Myers, she didn't know what was happening, but she just wanted to hold off so over the course of at least six months. And this is not unusual by the way with these these stories, because the women who have been victimized, it takes them time to come forward into and to have a comfort level talking about it. So over the course of the ensuing six months, I would just check in with her and every time I checked in with her, we would have more of a conversation and it was all off the record. But in the end it was on the record because she allowed it to be. So I just collected string for, I don't know eight months. Eight months. So this is right all during the whole Clinton impeachment process over Monica Lewinsky. You were talking to Anita Broderick and hurt all this, and let me just ask you, what was your sense of her when you heard her account? I very credible. And the reason is she examined her own credibility and what she said was well, first of all, no one came forward in nineteen seventy nine and he was a powerful figure at that point in Arkansas. But in addition to that, she felt like she was at thaw which is not unusual, but you also felt vulnerable because she had let him come up to her hotel room. Never expecting this to happen, but she was also having an affair with her now husband. So she was married having an affair and she was worried that if this came out, she would be this rated so lowest one of the complications. With her story was that she had, I think, once maybe twice under oath denied that the incident had happened at all in the in the Paula Jones litigation, how much of a of a, how much did that factor in to your thinking about whether this story that you could do, how obviously she was, I guess, persuasive in the end about why she did that, but talk about that for a little bit. Again, I I don't. I don't think that factored in a huge way because the feeling was that she seemed extremely credible. She had contemporaneous Lee told a number of people who had great detail and that part of the story that she had signed the affidavit. My recollection is it's not that we didn't consider it, but I think the calculation was she was terrified. I don't think the Clinton people put pressure on her. I think she put pressure on herself and didn't want she wanted everyone to leave her alone..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on Skullduggery
"She told them what happened in real time shortly after it occurred. And of course, that was always the yardstick that I used when I was investigating the Paula Jones sexual harassment claims, and it's one that people reporters look for. To assess whether to believe account of from a, whether to believe a, he said, she said, count where there's no video. There's no photographs. There's no definitive proof one way or the other. But when you tell somebody in real time, that's significant. I you're absolutely right, and I think it brings up one. I think, contrast between then and now and it has to do with journalism and with our standards for publishing or airing these kinds of stories back then and now, and I wonder maybe this is something we can get into is whether those standards have lowered a little bit. When you go back and you look at the Washington Post story at the time and the NBC piece at the time, it was pretty rigorous. They were almost bending over backwards to show every possible gap in the story, or, you know, you know, doubts or credibility issues. And I think that there's a lot of, you know, really good journalism happening right now in this area, but. I think the standards have lowered maybe a little bit interesting because precisely that charge that standards had lowered was leveled against the reporters who who disclosed, Juanita broaddrick story at. So we're going to have one of those reporters on with us to talk about it Lois Romano who was a reporter for the Washington Post for many years veteran and she our byline was on the front page Washington Post story that ran back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. But before we bring Lois in, I just want to sort of remind people of the essence of of one eight abroad story and also play a couple of clips from the interview that Lisa Myers. NBC news did with Juanita broaddrick that aired on dateline on national TV, and I should point out that that came as. Did the Washington Post story after the Clinton impeachment trial was over in the Senate, and he had been acquitted when it could no longer have the influence that I think many people hoped it would. So just the basics, Juanita Broderick was nursing home operator in Arkansas. She had met Bill Clinton in April one thousand nine hundred seventy eight when he was running for governor. He was the attorney general, as I mentioned before, she expressed interest in in volunteering for his campaign Clinton invited her to give him a call when she was next in Little Rock. She did on April twenty. Fifth, while she was there for a nursing home convention Clinton. Invites himself up to her hotel room for a Cup of coffee says he didn't want reporters would be mulling milling about downstairs. We wanted to talk to a privately. She invited him on up and then she says, he began to make some sexual advances to her and he kept pressing her for in in the course of those sexual advances. We have a couple of clips. I wanna play where you can hear, Juanita, broaddrick, tell the really key parts of our story about what came next and he tries to kiss me again. And the second time he tries to kiss me. He starts biting lip..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Service and parts. I think truly too bad that no one called her called her lawyer. My understanding is she got emails, and this is a woman, and I really believe who's been profoundly impacted by this. Now, I can't say everything's truthful. I don't know. I do know that. Yeah. To contact her lawyers. Well, they've contacted her lawyers and her lawyers have tried to set all these special terms for awhile windshield show opera house show oppor, it's not gonna fly. You don't get a demand and FBI investigation. The FBI has already said there's nothing for us to investigate. So this folks, it's all about delay. It's all about delay. I mean, I was willing to hear this out. And I was fine with agree with with the president was saying, okay. She's made this allegation. Let's go here talk. I didn't really believe her then. But I really don't believe or now. I mean, if you will make this allegation and not show up. Then there's there's ill intent at work here. I am very very confident of that. And I really do believe that so keep keep that my friends in mind here and just remember something else to the way to the Democrats are reacting now they act how this all there's this metoo wrecking all this. But rape has always been a terrible crime. It's always been wrong democrat. Had a credibly accused rapist, they use the term sexual assault. Very broadly sexual assault can be grabbing a woman's behind for a second or it could be a terrible first degree felony rape. Right. There's a whole span of Crohn's. Juanita broaddrick was on the record and credibly accused Bill Clinton of rape. Here's what she had to say about how the Democrats reacted to her play fifteen. It makes me go back to.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Truly too bad that no one called her for her lawyer. My understanding is she got emails, and this is a woman, and I really believe who's been profoundly impacted by this. Now, I can't say everything's truthful. I don't know. I do know that. Got a contact her lawyers. I can't say everything's truthful. I don't know, by the way, the honest, real comment the minute after she made it she was getting pounded by the base of a party. Then she tried to go out and clarify that remark which says a lot about the base of the party. I went through a whole monologue on TV last night earlier tonight talking about we the presumption of innocence is key to a fair legal system in this country. Everyone say well, the FBI needs to investigate while the FBI rightly pointed out the allegation does not involve any potential federal crime. This would not be their jurisdiction in terms of any crime whatsoever. The statute of limitations have long since past decades ago. It was funny to watch Hillary last night does an interview on fake news conspiracy. TV hate Trump TV MSNBC. And you know, she claims that that this woman. Professor Ford deserves the benefit of the doubt. Okay. Well, what about you know, her husband? Juanita broaddrick has waded calls, dick. Durbin of fraud for pushing this particular assault allegation. And also saying, where's my FBI investigation, and I interviewed Juanita Broderick. And she was compelling and believable to me about an assault of rape of Bill Clinton took the time. To interview are take the time to interview professor port. If she would want to sit down for an interview and her attorney, so we don't know if this woman now is going to testify all we know, this is a last minute thing. Now, the Senate Judiciary committee has done a lot to try to accommodate professor Ford. Even though she said, she would testify publicly under oath, and a lawyer said that many times, well, they said, well, you can do it privately if you like to make sure if it would be more comfortable for you. Then the Senate Judiciary went an extra mile again today and said, well, we'll send a group of people to go. See you this way. You don't have to. We could do a privately we still don't have any answers on any of that. I see that a lot of Democrats are getting angry at Dianne Feinstein, quote, Washington Post as she plots the next steps Feinstein is deal. With questions about her decision await weeks before sharing Ford's letter only issuing a brick cryptic statement last Thursday, then word surfaced of its existence came almost a week after cabinet confirmation hearings wrapped up she met with cavenaugh privately. She didn't bring it up. But she knew about it. She she also got to like every other democratic colleague in that circus that we witnessed she had an opportunity to ask him publicly. She didn't do it. I will tell you. I'm glad we're going to have a hearing to get to the bottom of it. It'd be nice to have it done before said, Jon tester, a fellow democrat. But you know, I wasn't in her shoes. And you have the comment, but maisy Hirono men need to shut up cavenaugh accuser needs to be believed. I believe her..
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on KTOK
"Masters touring while rarely taking breaks as told by musicians like Eric Clapton Bano and Joe bottom Masa American horror story colts will be available along with this this home a refugee story which follows four Syrian families trying to find their way in America. Look for those and more on Hulu, and that's new to view streaming edition on iheartradio. The drunk. Every weekday afternoon. One thousand. The Christine Ford initially refrained from revealing the alleged information of horrendous sexual assault due to privacy concerns for self in her family. She kept this quiet for thirty five years in seemly sought out mental assistance over the years, which I do not mean to diminish whatsoever. Since about twenty to thirty percent of Americans at some point seek out some Sacchi psychiatric or psychological help. But for thirty five years, she's suppressed these feelings. In fact, she relates to the Washington Post she suffers from post traumatic stress syndrome, anxiety and depression on the events that up in thirty five years ago, but she decided to come forward now because of the advice of Washington attorney Debra Katz who has a long history of dismissing sexual assault allegations made against liberal politicians like Bill Clinton because she attacked Paula Corbin Jones. And also Deborah Katz is a long history of donating to left wing causes like move on dot org. And demonize is Trump advisors as miscreants worse than the deplorables. So this is the cabal that's arisen against Brad Kavanagh. Now, do I think it happened? Absolutely. Not. But so I think she may think by this point it happened. Absolutely. She made her own mine wanting to become a famous wanna be like an Anita hill wanna be wants to go out there and make millions of dollars to a hero to the left. If this was an incident of such seriousness. She should've told someone wanted happened or shortly thereafter, that's her duty to speak up to have the courage to say, this is what happened to me. But by wedding thirty five years. How does break Kavanagh have due process? How does she have due process after thirty five years or so she cannot pin down the year the month the day the place she has the number of men involved or boys involved at the wrong number? She said it was four then she said it was too now it's back to four then it's back to to. She said Mark George came. And saved me we come on on the floor bread Kavanagh on top of me struggling to put his hands under my clothing. Mark judge says he asked today. So what are you talking about that never happened? She's making it up and representing her as a Clinton Easter defender. How's it possible that Ted Kennedy in nineteen sixty nine can indirectly kill Mary? Jo Kopechne e and go on to become the line of the Senate. He killed the woman. How's it possible? The Bill Clinton can have four provable legitimate accusers of rape or sexual molestation four of them. And Bill Clinton is sought out all over the Democratic Party as a big time fundraiser, how is that? The current chair of the DNC Keith Ellison beats up women one photographs another one video provable. Here are the pictures yet. The Democrats Minnesota select him to be there next attorney general, and this guy is the co chair of the Democratic National Committee today not thirty five years ago. But today Bill Clinton did these things to Kathleen Willey and nineteen ninety three. To Juanita Broderick in nineteen eighty two though Paula Corbin Jones in nineteen seventy nine nine thousand nine hundred eighty and the Democratic Party, and the media simply ignored it he raped Juanita broaddrick. Bill Clinton is a rapist. He's molester of women in the Oval Office. Forget about the consensual stuff with Monica Lewinsky, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about Kathleen Whibley willy being sexually molested in. And around the Oval Office. I'm talking about running a broaddrick being raped. I'm talking about Paula Corbin Corbin Jones being sexually molested. I've talking about two women that Keith Ellison beat up in the past twelve months, and he's the co chair of the damn Democratic National Committee today these allegations go back thirty five years. It is a classic smear by the left at the eleventh and a half hour to stop what's going on. I watched Senator John Kennedy on the air this morning before this story broke. With Chris Wallace. And he thought John Kennedy. I love that guy from Louisiana. This is wonderful. But at two o'clock everything changed because Christine Ford came forward under the advice of a Clinton Easter left-wing radical named Deborah Katz. An attorney and said these are the things that happened. But the one witness to the event said it did not happen. So how in the world can we give these allegations credence when the only objective independent witnesses said it did not happen. And watching CNN afterwards. It was barely mentioned at all. But by Ana Cabrera and others. They didn't mention the fact that Marc judge that's his name. Mark judge said that event did not happen. Isn't that someone important when the only eyewitness says it didn't happen when the so called victim gives different stories as far as the number of attackers. And where it took place how it took place when it took place. I don't know she said, but she did say she's having some mental difficulties as a result of this in God bless her forever mental difficulties, but I'm not gonna based supreme court confirmation upon someone suffering from anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress disorder. Which she says has been with are now for thirty five years. Even though she's a professor at Stanford. What? When you get your reaction. We have called some Virginia Washington, Texas in Tennessee. And I want to offer my profound. Concerned about the good citizens of North Carolina. One look at the drudge report tonight watch the news coverage. It's awful. What's happening? Do you? Now, it's going to happen. The next three or four days coming up in about an hour. So I'm gonna put a call into Randy slack. Who's a radio talk show hostess stranded right now in Wilmington North Carolina, as I speak in spend there, he hasn't left his job to stay there. We're going to update tonight from him later on. We have Ken Starr whose written the definitive work on the Clinton scandals. Also later on as the author of boy crisis. What's wrong, Howard, boys and men being treated in American society? That.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The private sector this place can be brought up on hostile workplace violations told that to valerie jarrett that's his one of his top advisors now when the book came out of course net anita dunn said i didn't say that unfortunately for her mr suskind the writer taped her any washington post reporter heard the tapes and said he wrote verbatim what she said now this book came out while obama was in office alleging that he was his administration was sexist and that if it were the private sector they could be brought up on hostile workplace violations did anybody give a rip do you recall anybody talking about it on cable don't get me started on the allegations made by juanita broaddrick against clinton against hillary now i know bill wasn't running but hillary was anybody during the two thousand sixteen campaign anybody any reporter madam secretary a woman named juanita broaddrick claims she was raped by your husband and their two weeks after the alleged rape you verbally intimidated her do you have a comment are you kidding me if allegations have been made like that against trump you think maybe just maybe reported might have brought it up but let's talk stormy daniels and the bottom line here is there's no campaign finance laws that have been broken this has nothing to do with collusion has everything to do with the left wing media wanting to trash donald trump and therefore giving her headlines base and it's a woman who signed a deal right before the election probably assume the way most people did that trump had no shot at getting elected and if i'm going to get maximum amount of money out of this guy now is my time to do it oops trump got elected and now you realize you sold cheap that's going on here watching an interview of her lawyer listening to interview of her lawyer i believe it was on msnbc picture it was and i kept waiting for the woman to ask him did she voluntarily sign in india and you say trump's signatures on their why did this a valid contract how come the women who signed indie as under four with harvey weinstein's company are coming forward and and and it's willing to be why aren't they doing that.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Yes and he was a he was friends with bill clinton yeah traffic played golf uh one of the nbc producers told me she said well you know uh uh mr clinton and mr lake play golf quite frequently and i think that was just a little tidings that they gave to me to try to understand why it was not being aired i mean i put my heart and soul into that and absolutely beard my so to the buffer zone in that interview emperor dimmed to hold it like that was just like a slap in the face moving the you know this is what happens so frequently mainstream outlets when they when they have something like dirt on democrats are they get a big expose they'll they'll hold it in they'll just keep it so it's a little carrot hanging over you oh we've already done this we've got it but no we're not going to hold did they ever tell you they say well it is the it's not good enough it's not sorry this is in convincing enough and that's why we're not going to air it or they just stonewalled you know they just stonewalled completely incredible that's incredible now you know it's a related story a speaking of golfing buddies and nbc news nor mcdonald the comedian relates this that he lost his job as saturday night live because he was making jokes about oj simpson and donald myron nbc executive said always my golfing buddy we're in a fiery we're going to bury this story and you sit you see this for a long time it at places like nbc and nbc in particular then we get to 2016 you you speak out during the 2016 presidential race a you had every right and reason to do it but what did motivate you to try to stop hillary clinton.
"juanita broaddrick" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"I told him to go to jail and policy i really g and uh so it was about two weeks later dad he announced he was running for president and i thought that's the reason but you know what all right i mean if that he knew where i was at that that that moment in time that really frightened me it's just him calling me out of the meeting in apologizing to me frighten me that he knew about whereabouts this is the the question that very often comes up and not just with you but other victims of sexual crimes is well why didn't you right away file a police report why didn't you make a big deal about why don't you tell everybody and you bring up this point of this is a powerful man and he knows where i am a it was that you're feeling right after the incident that feeling grow by the time that it's 1991 and he can find you quickly uh what was what was that journey like no that didn't bother me what bothered me more than anything or the times that i wish them in the '70s you would people would say all men will be me and just deal with it and i felt responsible michael our allowing him to come to my room i took the blame myself i should never have but that's the that's how it was back in the '70s uh you allow men to come to your room or be with you or in any way and it sure it's the woman's falls and also this man was the attorney general right he was the police i never ever thought that i could go to the police in any way and also hit the office to paternity june role in the office of governor which you became shortly sh operated at th they regulated my nursing homes he could have shut me down at a moments notice of course there's so much threatened y you see this rubbed bill clinton's career is this not just the personal depravity but also the professional abuse of power constantly one thing the book is a fascinating read and and i noticed itself published and i think that is a great strength of the book it doesn't read like it was ridden by some.