A decades-old claim about a former president’s allegedly self-described health condition resurfaced as Epstein court documents were unsealed.
Following an order from U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska, documents from Virginia Giuffre’s civil lawsuit against financier Jeffrey Epstein’s associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, were made public further connecting the conductor of the “Lolita Express” to high-profile individuals.
Among named names was that of former President Bill Clinton, prompting rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick to offer her own testimony to the character of the longtime Democratic Party leader that dredged up a health claim he’d allegedly made in the 70s.
“After Bill Clinton viciously raped me — he said, ‘Don’t worry, I’m sterile due to mumps when I was a boy,'” she posted to X. “Then he told me, ‘You’d better put some ice on that,’ pointing to my swollen and bleeding lip. There are good men…….and then there’s Bill Clinton.”
After Bill Clinton viciously raped me – he said,
“Don’t worry, I’m sterile due to mumps when I was a boy.”
Then he told me, “You’d better put some ice on that,” pointing to my swollen and bleeding lip.
There are good men…….
and then there’s Bill Clinton.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) January 4, 2024
Broaddrick’s well-documented claim against the one-time commander-in-chief stretched back to his 1978 run for Arkansas governor where he was alleged to have brutally raped her in her hotel room after she had reached out to him about volunteering for his campaign.
The former registered nurse’s claim became a matter of public record in the 90s as the then-president was faced with a sexual harassment suit from Paula Jones that ultimately led to his impeachment.
In March 1999, only a month after Clinton had been acquitted during his Senate trial having been impeached by the House on perjury charges and obstruction of justice related to his denial of an extra-marital relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, the Washington Examiner had explored the credibility of Broaddrick’s claim making note that his own daughter Chelsea Clinton was born in Feb. 1980.
Citing the James Stewart book “Blood Sport,” The Scrapbook report made note that in the late 70s the Clintons had “contemplated a visit to a doctor at the University of California,” and suggested the aspiring Democrat had thought himself sterile.
The post went on to detail, “Two authorities on Clinton — Gennifer Flowers and Dolly King Browning — provided THE SCRAPBOOK with further detail. Neither remembers Clinton saying that he’d had the mumps. But Flowers, who claims a 12-year-sexual relationship with Clinton, says that Clinton ‘indicated he had a fertility problem.”
“He never used the word ‘sterile,’ but he was pretty positive he couldn’t have children.’ Browning, who claims a 30-year sexual relationship with Clinton, and who has known him since they were both children, says that she confronted Clinton about his habitual refusal to use a condom after she’d heard rumors that he’d been seeing other women,” the report continued with further allegations about the politician’s treatment of women. “‘I thought somebody might actually try to get pregnant by him and cause him a problem,’ says Browning. ‘But he said, ‘Nobody should worry about my getting them pregnant.'”