Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones: Get rid of Bill Clinton statue

In an exclusive interview with the American Mirror, Juanita Broaddrick said it’s about time that America quit honoring a rapist and tear down a statue of former President Bill Clinton.  According to Kyle Olson, a “life-size statue of Clinton stands at the corner of 7th and Saint Joseph Street in Rapid City.”

I would like to ‘personally’ use a sledgehammer on it, with the help of Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones,” Broaddrick told Olson.

Paula Jones weighed in on Facebook:

“Yes, I am 100% offended, and all women should be too,” she wrote.

“And to think Taylor Swift was only grabbed on the A*S (her words), that’s so wrong, but not near as offensive as the Governor groping you and showing you his little crooked pee pee and asking for sexual favors…while I was working, too!”

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Olson added:

Broaddrick believes liberals have conveniently ignored Clinton’s misdeeds.

I don’t think it would be in their best interest (to acknowledge them), even though they know Bill Clinton is abhorrent and morally deficient, to say the least,” she tells The American Mirror.

She declined to invite feminist groups to help her.

They have ignored me in the past and it would not be worth the effort. They have too many strong political ties to the Clintons,” she says.

The National Organization for Women threw the Clinton accusers overboard in the 90’s.”

Broaddrick maintains that Clinton raped her in a Little Rock, Arkansas hotel room in 1978.

Clinton isn’t the only liberal icon whose statue some want to see removed.  A post at the American Thinker, observing the selective outrage of what is now being called the alt-left, suggested that statues of the late Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.V., also be removed:

The alt-left movement, which shares the blame along with arguably racist groups such as Black Lives Matter and Antifa, hate America so much that they want to erase all vestiges of American history and throw them down an Orwellian memory hole to be supplanted by alt-left politically correct ideology.

Notice that no one has demanded that statues of former senator and KKK icon Robert Byrd be removed, statues honoring the hard-core former white nationalistwhom Hillary Clinton once called her friend and mentor, including one prominently displayed in the West Virginia state capitol…

Actor James Woods also wondered:

After his passing, the Political Insider said, “Hillary Clinton eulogized Byrd in a 2010 video in which she called him ‘my friend and mentor.'”

Our own Dave Workman also reported that some in Seattle are demanding that a statue of Vladimir Lenin also be torn down.

According to Workman:

While far left activists have been attacking statues of Confederate figures including Gen. Robert E. Lee in Virginia, some conservatives in Seattle want to be rid of a statue of Vladimir Lenin, which has been standing in the city’s Fremont neighborhood for more than 20 years.

The idea has gathered momentum, thanks in part to discussions on the city’s conservative talk radio station, KVI. It could be more than just a flash-in-the-pan swipe at Seattle’s liberal establishment.

“For now,” Workman added, “the controversial bronze sculpture sits on private property, another small irony. Suhc a luxury would have been frowned upon in Lenin’s Russia.”

And what about statues of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who actually placed Japanese-Americans into camps during World War II?

All of this, of course, is in response to the left’s demand that all monuments to anyone even slightly connected to slavery be removed.  Initially, the effort was directed at Confederate figures like General Robert E. Lee, but now — just as President Donald Trump predicted — the effort includes Thomas Jefferson and George Washington — neither of which had anything to do with the Confederacy.

Vice Magazine published an article calling for Mount Rushmore to be destroyed.

According to Breitbart:

Corporate-owned Vice Magazine posted an article urging “Let’s Blow Up Mount Rushmore” which called for Americans’ politics, culture, and history to be purified by political fire.

“Let’s take with us the righteous ideas and beliefs and leave everything else on the pyre,” says the article about Rushmore by Wilbert Cooper, who is a senior editor at Vice.com. The media company is part-owned by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, and by A&E Networks, which is fully owned by Hearst Communications and Disney-ABC Television Group. According to Cooper:

More than ever, old monuments to famous white American men are being threatened … [because] the only way we can help America fulfill her promise is by shedding the faith and facing the truth. A big part of that process probably involves taking those men we’ve placed so high and bringing them back down to Earth where we can judge them for who they really were… As long as we allow those men to be cults of personality who exist beyond reproach, we’re never going to be able to see them for all of their good and all of their evil.

The article’s headline was later changed to “Let’s Get Rid of Mount Rushmore.”

The American Thinker adds:

The racial hatred spawned by the alt-left and the Democrats goes ignored as chants of “white nationalism” drown out the diminishing mantra of “Russia, Russia, Russia”. The racial insensitivity and hypocrisy of Obama, Holder, and the race-based Democratic Party feed off of identity politics.

Think a statue of Robert E. Lee honors white nationalism and racism? Then what, pray tell, does a statue honoring the likes of KKK leader Robert Byrd represent. If one warrants taking down, then so does the other.

What’s next?  Calls to destroy the Great Pyramids of Egypt?  After all, they were built by slaves.  What about destroying the city and state of New York? After all, those are both named after a James Stuart, then Duke of York, who was one of the most successful slavers in colonial American history.

According to the Daily Caller:

The Duke of York, who later became King James I of England (and James VII of Scotland), created Britain’s greatest slave empire known as the Royal African Company, which transported between 90,000 and 100,000 African slaves to the Caribbean and American colonies between 1672 and 1689.

King Charles II established the Royal Adventurers company in 1664, which traded in Africa, and put his younger brother James in charge of the operation. When the company went into debt, James and the crown dissolved it and reformed it into the Royal African Company to focus on the continent full of ivory, gold, and the “single most lucrative commodity,” slaves, Hilary McDonald Beckles, now the vice-chancellor of University of the West Indies, wrote in a 1999 paper for UNESCO.

“The troublesome namesake of New York did not doom the colony to be marked forever as pro-slave. New York State passed a law to gradually emancipate slaves in 1799, following successful abolitionist movements in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, which outlawed slavery in the decades after the revolution,” the Daily Caller said.

But maybe we don’t need to “blow up” New York — liberals are doing a good enough job of that already.

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