After hearing Hillary Clinton talk of misremembering sexual harassment, Paula Jones denies her smear.
Another great thing about the Democrat insurrection against the Clinton wing is that we get to hear from Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick, two women who have been essentially sexually harassed by the media and the DNC for decades. While some Democrats are attacking Bill Clinton, they are still trying to deny that they horrifically abused sexual victims in order to put a rapist in the White House.
Lifezette reports, “Paula Jones: Hillary, I Did Not ‘Misremember.’”
Paula Jones, the former Arkansas state employee who sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, said Hillary Clinton is wrong to claim her husband’s victims are “misremembering” his actions.
“Every situation has to be judged on its own merit,” Clinton recently told Rita Cosby of ABC News. “And there were allegations that were disproved. It’s unfortunate that people are either misremembering or misinterpreting history.”
Jones told Laura Ingraham in emphatic terms on Friday night on “The Ingraham Angle” that she did not “misremember” the alleged 1991 incident in which then-Gov. Bill Clinton allegedly asked Jones for oral sex.
“I’m not — no, no, no, no,” said Jones. “That is so ludicrous what she just said … I know what happened to me in that room that day.”
Hear Jones and Juanita Broaddrick respond to the self-serving lies of the Democrats:
Crossposted with Eagle Rising