Juanita Broaddrick — The nursing home administrator emerged after the impeachment trial to allege that 21 years earlier Clinton had raped her. Clinton flatly denied the claim, and there were inconsistencies in her story. No charges were ever brought.
But of course Hillary’s statement is patent nonsense, and she knows it. Women do not have a right to be believed. They do have a right to be heard, to present their case in court. And the accused has a right to a presumption of innocence — regardless of whether that accused is Bill Clinton or a fraternity pledge at Ohio State. It is shameful enough for Hillary to jump on the campus rape crisis bandwagon — a movement that is comprehensively violating core constitutional rights from coast to coast — and it is doubly shameful given her political machine’s longtime treatment of the women who’ve made accusations against her own husband.