Sunday, October 16, 2016

Journalism in America is Dead: NBC News Censored, is Sitting on, and May “Cull” (!) Videotape of Juanita Broaddrick’s Interview with Investigative Reporter Lisa Myers, in Which Broaddrick Talks About Hillary Clinton’s Role in Quashing Her Rape Charges


“Bill Clinton on a visit to a nursing home where Juanita Broaddrick (right) worked in 1978.”

By Nicholas Stix

“The good news is you’re credible. The bad news is you’re very credible.”

Lisa Myers to Juanita Broaddrick, in 1999. At Buzz Feed.
“NBC has said the 35 days it took to vet the segment were standard. Myers, who said she had never fought so hard to get something on the air, explained the delay to Broaddrick this way: ‘The good news is you’re credible. The bad news is you’re very credible.’

“Myers, now retired and living in Florida, has stayed in touch with Broaddrick ever since.

“‘No one can objectively look at Juanita’s story and not be troubled,’ she told me. ‘One of the things that makes her so credible is who she is — open, straightforward, seemingly guileless.’”…

Also at Constitution.


Juanita Broaddrick today, at 73

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Did the rape occur in the nursing home. if so that is an aggravated offense and calls normally for three times the amount of punishment.