Juanita Broaddrick, who alleged Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 in Arkansas, blasted Democrats on "Hannity" Thursday night for showing selective moral outrage and a "double standard" for sexual assault victims. 

Broaddrick reacted to the hours of Senate testimony from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford

Just weeks ago, Broaddrick called out Hillary Clinton for demanding due process for Ford, arguing Clinton worked to deny that due process to her when she accused Mr. Clinton. Broaddrick alleges Mrs. Clinton took her aside privately and warned her to stay silent about her allegation. 


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Broaddrick said Ford deserved a public hearing to tell her story, but called out Democrats for refusing to give her the same courtesy. 

"They never reached out to me," she said, adding the same "double standard" was present in 2016 when it came to accusers of President Trump. 

She said Democrats like Senators Dianne Feinstein, Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin owe her an apology for "completely turning their backs" on her and other Clinton accusers who sought to tell their stories in 1999. 

Hannity said her claims, which have been denied by Clinton, show the "selective moral outrage" from the left and the political nature of the Kavanaugh allegations. 

Watch more from Broaddrick and Gregg Jarrett above.


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