Bill Clinton and the Democrat Party can’t outrun his scandalous past.
The women who accused him of rape and sexual assault are back in the spotlight.
And what they just did has Democrats in a panic.
Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Wiley have accused Bill Clinton of rape and sexual assault.
And now they are taking their crusade to a whole new level.
After multiple women accused Democrat Senator Al Franken of groping them, Broaddrick and Wiley charged into his Senate office and demanded he resign.
Fox News reports:
“Three women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of past sexual misconduct were among a group of people that barged into Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken’s office on Wednesday to demand he resign from Congress amid sexual harassment accusations.
Video posted to social media show Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Leslie Millwee entering Franken’s Capitol Hill office.
“We are at Al Franken’s office, and we’re hoping that we get to see him,” Broaddrick said on video before going into the office.
“I don’t think we’ll get anywhere, but at least we can say we were here,” Willey said.
The group left Franken’s office after police officers arrived.”
Franken is trying to ride out his scandal with half-apologies and hoping enough time will pass to allow him to remain in office.
But those hopes were dashed after Broaddrick and Wiley stormed his office.
He even has new accuser who’s stepped forward to claim that Franken groped her on a USO Tour in 2003.
This is the second allegation of Franken groping women on USO tours.
But what makes this accusation especially sickening is that the woman was a military veteran.
“Stephanie Kemplin, 41, of Maineville, Ohio, is the fifth woman in two weeks to accuse Franken of inappropriate touching, and the second person to allege that such behavior took place while Franken was on a USO tour. Three of the five women have been identified by name.
Kemplin said while she was stationed in the Middle East during the Iraq War, she met Franken — at the time, a comedian and writer — as he was visiting American troops with the USO. A longtime fan of “Saturday Night Live,” Kemplin got in line to take a photo with Franken.
“When he put his arm around me, he groped my right breast. He kept his hand all the way over on my breast,” Kemplin said in an interview. “I’ve never had a man put their arm around me and then cup my breast. So he was holding my breast on the side.”
Kemplin repeatedly used the word “embarrassed” to describe her immediate reaction at the time.”
Bill Clinton’s accusers continue to highlight Democrat hypocrisy.
While the left demands Republicans disown Roy Moore and Donald Trump, they continue to circle the wagons around their accused gropers and abusers.
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