Bill Clinton Rape Accuser Banned From Twitter

( Juanita Broaddrick’s Twitter account has been shuttered for breaking the platform’s rules pertaining to COVID-19 information, according to Juanita Broaddrick.

Ms.Broaddrick is the ex-nursing home administrator who accused former President of the United States Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978 while serving as Attorney General of Arkansas. He was never charged, and Mr. Clinton and his lawyers deny the rape. Ms.Broaddrick filed a lawsuit against Bill Clinton in 1999, but the case was dismissed in 2001.

According to an email she received from Twitter, which she shared with Fox News, her account was disabled for violating the prohibition on distributing inaccurate and potentially damaging information linked to COVID-19. Twitter’s email to Ms.Broaddrick
also said they require the removal of content that may pose a risk to people’s health, including content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information.

Juanita Broaddrick shared a tweet on April 9th questioning the efficacy of vaccinations, claiming they are ‘DNA-altering’ injections being pushed by pharmaceutical firms to maximize profits. She asked, ‘When will this vaccine crap be over?’
In her defense, Broaddrick did an interview with Conservative radio host Howie Carr where she explained she is not anti-vax for those who want to take it and feel that they need it, but they shouldn’t force it on everyone.

Pharmaceutical corporations have been accused of refusing to share the research method for their vaccines, which would allow poor and struggling nations to make cheaper versions. Last year, Pfizer generated about $37 billion in sales from its vaccine, making it one of the most profitable medicines in history. The company’s entire revenue for 2021 is expected to exceed $80 billion. And their more than a cozy financial relationship with the US government and hospitals doesn’t help sweeten their public image much.

Twitter has been rebuked for locking, suspending, banning, and shadow banning numerous accounts that were deemed to be posting content that contradicted the official narrative of whatever Twitter felt like lording over their clientele at the moment.
Elon Musk’s new 9.2% stake in Twitter, along with his positive views on freedom of speech, will hopefully bring some recompense to the unfairly expelled.