Juanita Broaddrick to Chelsea Clinton: Your Father is a Sexual Predator and Your Mother Covered it Up

I really have no problem with this.

Chelsea Clinton, ever her mother’s Socialist daughter, mustered up all her indignant glory and took to a liberal rag to bemoan the attacks on her family.

In response to the Trump camp praising the GOP nominee’s supposed discipline, Chelsea Clinton said in an interview that the whole storyline is a “distraction.”

“My reaction to that is just what my reaction has been kind of every time Trump has gone after my mom or my family, which is that it’s a distraction from his inability to talk about what’s actually at stake in this election and to offer concrete, comprehensive proposals about the economy,” she said in an interview published Tuesday by Cosmopolitan, “or our public school system, or debt-free college, or keeping our country safe and Americans safe here at home and around the world.”

Challenge accepted.

While Trump has no intention of engaging with his daughter’s best pal, the missive did rile up Clinton rape victim, Juanita Broaddrick, who ripped a hole right through the middle of Chelsea’s pity party, with a series of tweets.

“[Y]ou said you don’t remember a time in your life that your parents weren’t being attacked,” Juanita Broaddrick said in a series of tweets addressed to Chelsea Clinton.

“There’s a very good reason for this — your parents are not good people,” she said.

“Your father was, and probably still is, a sexual predator. Your mother has always lied and covered up for him,” Broaddrick said on a Twitter account that has been verified as belonging to her.

“I say again ‘I was 35 when Bill Clinton Raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73. It never goes away,'” she said.

Under normal circumstances, I would caution anyone from bringing the children into a situation this sensitive and vile, but Chelsea Clinton is a big girl, and she has inserted herself into the election. With that in mind, she’s old enough to know who and what her parents are.

I should probably say “allegedly are” in here, somewhere, so there it is.