Maybe it’s par for the course… maybe it’s a coincidence; you tell me.
As you’re well aware Michael Wolff’s bizarre anti-Trump book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” was released over the weekend and boy howdy is it a real knee slapper. Just full of complete and utter b.s. It’s now an Amazon Best Seller; they’re having to publish even more books to meet demands.
So here’s an interesting fact… Juanita Broaddrick, one of Bill Clinton’s accusers, also released a “tell-all” book last week; You’d Better Put Some Ice on That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton.”
Yup… quite a f’ing coincidence, huh? Normally we may not pay much mind to such things but in today’s heated political climate and the revelation of the Clinton and DNC shadiness, it’s just too hard to ignore.
Wolff EVEN ADMITS in the author notes that he couldn’t verify ALL OF THE INFORMATION IN HIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!! WTF PEOPLE!
“Michael Wolff […] included a note at the start that casts significant doubt on the reliability of the specifics contained in the rest of its pages,” reported Business Insider. “Several of his sources, he says, were definitely lying to him, while some offered accounts that flatly contradicted those of others.”
And while it may be difficult for Broaddrick to PROVE her case, it still reveals quite a lot:
“In 1999, Juanita Broaddrick burst into the public consciousness when she accused President Bill Clinton on national television of raping her in 1978 as he ran for governor in Arkansas. It was a TV appearance she dreaded and never wanted, but felt compelled to squash the rumors: it was rape,” the description states.
“Now, with award-winning former investigative journalist Nick Lulli, she tells her story of survival; from the assault at the hands of the future president, to the veiled threats by a seemingly complicit presidential wannabe Hillary Rodham Clinton; Broaddrick believes now is the time to set the record straight and ensure victims everywhere are believed,” the description added.
The timing of these two books cannot, in my opinion, be just a coincidence. And I feel like this tactic is too old school — as if politicians and media do not realize the power we now possess in our hands; the internet – smartphones – etc…
But the Wolff book will no doubt overshadow the anti-Clinton book; have you ever even heard of Juanita Broaddrick’s book on any media outlets?