Bill Clinton Won’t Be Happy With Who Was Just Allowed Back on Twitter

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Former President Bill Clinton, and presumably his entire family, will not be very happy after learning who’s Twitter account was just reinstated under the platform’s new owner Elon Musk. 

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The reinstatement of Donald Trump’s Twitter account is the big social media story of the week, but another former president may be more worried about Elon Musk’s account restorations.

The Western Jounral reports, earlier this week, the platform unlocked the account of Juanita Broaddrick, the nursing home administrator who accused the former president of rape while he was Arkansas’ attorney general. Broaddrick’s reinstatement is unlikely to be welcomed by any member of the Clinton family.

Broaddrick first gained attention in 1999, during Clinton’s impeachment trial, when she swore a sworn statement accusing Clinton of rape. 

In an interview with Breitbart during the 2016 election, Broaddrick relived her encounter with Bill Clinton.

In April, Broaddrick’s account was locked after the company accused her of spreading misleading, potentially harmful COVID-19 information.

In a tweet, Broaddrick claimed that vaccines alter DNA, which was tagged as misinformation.

This week, when Broaddrick announced her return, she thanked Musk and conservative user Catturd. 

“I am back. Thank you so much @elonmusk  and thanks my friend @catturd2,” she tweeted.

“What a great Christmas gift…… the freedom of speech,” she added.

“My face is frozen in the biggest damn smile. Never thought it would happen.  Thank God for @elonmusk,” she also tweeted.

Broaddrick was even trending after her reinstatement.

Broaddrick’s reinstatement brings back the terrible memories of her encounter with the former President. Bill Clinton is a monster. He should be ashamed of himself. His actions have caused pain and suffering for too many people. He is a national disgrace and should be treated as such.

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