Saturday, October 15, 2016

BREAKING: Clinton Campaign Targeted Juanita Broaddrick


  In the wake of the Wikileaks Hacked Podesta Email Leak, the internet has been working feverishly to read through the entire contents of the release. I personally have spent several hours looking through the emails and have found something quite interesting.

In an email titled "Fwd: History of Juanita Broaddrick Allegations" John Podesta forwarded an email chain between he and Clinton lawyer David E. Kendall discussing Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick with campaign heads. 

In the email dated Thursday January 7th 2016, David Kendall details four documents related to Paula Jones lawsuit against Bill Clinton in which he was forced to pay out 850,000 dollars. 

"The first is the affidavit and cover letter from her lawyer. This document makes clear that Broaddrick is indeed “Jane Doe #5” in the Paula Jones suit. I believe this has been unsealed but before we release it publicly, I’d need to check."

Apparently Juanita Broaddrick has been a hot topic inside the Clinton Camp and they have been brainstorming her eventual appearance during this election way before the second Presidential Debate in which Donald Trump completely destroyed Hillary Clinton over Bills sexual assault cases.

In this segment they claim that Juanita Broaddrick is lying about Bill Clinton raping her.

"The second is a redacted copy of the same document, deleting her name and referring to her simply as “Jane Doe #5”. This document is public. Broaddrick’s lawyers made a motion to quash her deposition subpoena, and that motion was denied, and she testified on January 9, 1998, at which time she reaffirmed the accuracy of her affidavit. I can’t locate a copy of the deposition, but I’ve called up my files on the case. According to the Office of Independent Counsel’s description of it, Broaddrick not only reaffirmed her affidavit, “[s]he testified that if she previously had said that the President had sexually assaulted her, ’it was untrue.’” (Starr Report appendices, Vol. 1, p. 80 [not attached hereto])."

They also try to claim that she lied in a third document

"The third document attached hereto is a portion of one of the appendices to the Starr Report, the Office of Independent Counsel’s own history of the Paula Jones litigation. Starr was seeking more evidence against the President, any way he could, and he immunized Broaddrick to protect her from any prosecution for perjury if she now changed her story. Voila! She did, disavowing her sworn affidavit and sworn deposition testimony. We don’t have a copy of the OIC’s April 8, 1998 interview with her, although it’s cited on page 58 of the history. As you see, the OIC states that Broaddrick told the OIC that her affidavit was false. This document is public." 

Juanita Broaddrick has good reason to fear for her life which she has stated several times. I would not be surprised if she was coerced with threats of violence to recant her sworn affidavit. Any sane person does not doubt her claims. 

I believe this email is clear evidence that the Clinton Campaign had a great fear that these women would turn up to make sure Bill Clinton was exposed as a rapist and to torpedo a Hillary Clinton Presidency. It proves that they have been discussing these women since at least January 2016 and most likely before that. 

David Kendall finishes the email with:

"Please let me know if there’s anything else I can provide about this slimefest. 
 Best, David 
 *David E. Kendall* 
 *Williams & Connolly LLP* "


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