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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Juanita Broaddrick Supports ‘Bill Clinton is A Rapist’ Protest Movement

NEW YORK — During a Breitbart News exclusive video interview, Juanita Broaddrick stated that she supports what appears to be a growing protest movement aimed at interrupting Hillary Clinton campaign events and live television segments with accusations that Bill Clinton is a rapist.

Broaddrick is the former nursing home administrator and volunteer for Clinton’s gubernatorial campaign who says that Clinton raped her twice in a hotel room in 1978. Her personal story serves as the basis for the rape accusations against Clinton.

Stated Broaddrick of the movement: “Well I hope that no one gets hurt during this. But I hope it encourages people to say why are they saying this? What does Bill Clinton have to do with rape? And then hopefully they will research and find out.”

Watch the video segment with Broaddrick here.

Broaddrick was being filmed for an extensive interview with this reporter in the presidential suite of the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. Also on video were Kathleen Willey, the White House aide who accused Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her in the Oval Office, and Paula Jones, who famously accused Clinton of sexually assaulting her in a hotel room.

On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was interrupted at a Miami campaign stop by a protester who shouted “Bill Clinton is a rapist.” Clinton ignored the protester, who was reportedly escorted from the event.

At a campaign rally in Detroit on Monday, Clinton was similarly interrupted by a protester wearing a t-shirt claiming that her husband is a rapist. The man was reportedly booed and pushed by Clinton supporters.

“You know, I do hope someone follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention. He clearly has not been following this election very closely,” Clinton told the audience.

There appears to be a growing movement of protesters interrupting Clinton campaign events with charges against her husband.

At a rally last week, Bill Clinton himself was confronted with a protester brandishing a “Bill Clinton is a Rapist” placard.

Clinton commented, “I love it when people come to my rallies. And it’s a dead giveaway when they don’t want to have a conversation because they know they’ll lose the conversation.”

Earlier this month, a protester interrupted a Fox News outdoor live shot by repeatedly yelling “Bill Clinton is a rapist” at the camera. Security guards removed the protester from the scene.

On Sunday, Breitbart News released an exclusive video interview in which Broaddrick recounted what she described as the life-changing experience of being raped by Clinton. The YouTube video has since garnered over one million views.

Trembling, Broaddrick explained that she is still afraid of Bill Clinton and asserted that she is frightened by the prospect of Hillary Clinton winning the election. She described the alleged rape in vivid detail, providing the most extensive window yet into the singular event that she says left her traumatized until today.

In one dramatic scene, a sobbing Broaddrick was embraced and consoled by another alleged Clinton sexual assault victim, Kathleen Willey, who was present for the filming.

Willey tells the crying Broaddrick: “It’s not your fault. Okay. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault. You didn’t do anything wrong. You didn’t do anything wrong. Okay. Okay?”

Aaron Klein is Breitbart’s Jerusalem bureau chief and senior investigative reporter. He is a New York Times bestselling author and hosts the popular weekend talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.” Follow him on Twitter @AaronKleinShow. Follow him on Facebook.

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