The American nation is not giving in, we are not going to remain silent and we will fight for justice! One brave person did something extraordinary and confronted Chelsea Clinton in front of everybody and told her the truth. Her reaction speaks loud enough to explain the true nature of the members of the Clinton family.
Chelsea Clinton claims to be a “warrior for women” who will do anything to help sexual assault victims. However, she has repeatedly ignored the many women who have made rape claims against her father, former President Bill Clinton.
This week, Chelsea was finally confronted about her father’s crimes, and her reaction may surprise you.
The Gateway Pundit reported that political commentator Laura Loomer attended a book signing event in New York City this week where Chelsea was signing copies of her new children’s book, “She Persisted.” Chelsea has repeatedly claimed that the book is about women who never take no for an answer, so Loomer asked it to sign it for, “my friend Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who was silenced, but persisted.”
Broaddrick says she was raped by Clinton in the 1970s and spent the next few decades being intimidated into silence by both him and his wife, Hillary Clinton. Though they tried to get her to stand down, Broaddrick persisted and continued to publicly make her claims anyway. Given the way Chelsea herself described her book, it seems that Broaddrick is the perfect person to get a signed copy.
“I wrote this book for everyone who’s ever wanted to speak up but has been told to quiet down, for everyone who’s ever been made to feel less than,” Chelsea said.
Despite this, she refused to sign a copy of her book for her father’s rape victim. Instead, she quietly thanked Loomer for coming to the event and proceeded to ignore her.
H/T Patriot Beacon
They can not ignore the facts forever. Bill Clinton suffered for his mistakes, but Hillary should pay for her sins. Her defeat in the election was not enough. Chelsea Clinton follows the steps of her parents and tries to hide the truth, but for how much longer?