Juanita Broaddrick, who has said for decades that former President Bill Clinton raped her in the 1970s, just slammed Monica Lewinsky after she tweeted the #MeToo hashtag, marking herself a victim of sexual harassment or assault.

Fox News reported that Lewinsky had an affair with Clinton during her time as a White House intern. Broaddrick took to Twitter to accuse Lewinsky of not standing up for other women who accused Clinton of inappropriate sexual behavior over the years.

“I have always felt sad for you, but where were you when we needed you?” Broaddrick tweeted to Lewinsky.

Broaddrick went on to mention Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones, two other Clinton accusers.

“Your silence was deafening in the 90’s when Kathleen, Paula and I needed your voice,” she tweeted.

Broaddrick, Willey and Jones all joined President Donald Trump in a press conference during the 2016 campaign to discuss their past allegations of sexual impropriety against Clinton.

“I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73….it never goes away,” Broaddrick tweeted last year.

This comes after the New York Post reported that in her new book “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House,” Brazile revealed how the mainstream media covered up for Hillary Clinton, specifically for her health problems. In the months leading up to the election, the mainstream media either downplayed or outright ignored anything that could possibly hurt Clinton.

When NBC reporter Andrew Rafferty broke the story of a massive coughing fit Clinton had during a speech over Labor Day weekend, he was mocked and insulted, first by the campaign, and then by journalists, including some MSNBC commentators who turned on their colleague as if he had violated a secret oath. CNN writer Chris Cillizza slammed the topic of Clinton’s health as “a totally ridiculous issue” and declared it a “sure-fire loser” for Donald Trump.

“It’s hard to plausibly insist, based on the available data, that Clinton is ill,” insisted Cillizza.

Days later, Clinton collapsed at the 9/11 ceremony in Manhattan while she tried to get into a van. Her campaign claimed that she was “dehydrated” before video of the incident leaked, at which point they changed their story to say that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia days earlier.

This caused Brazile to start thinking about beginning the process of replacing Clinton, writing in her book that the campaign also was “anemic” and had “the odor of failure.” After considering numerous tickets to replace Clinton and Sen. Tim Kane, Brazile decided that Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) would be the best.

In the end, however, Brazile was too intimidated by Democrat supporters of Clinton to make this move.

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