Fundraising is underway to help cover the costs of a new movie that Bill Clinton probably doesn't want you to see. It's called 'The Juanita Broaddrick Story' and it will tell all about the time in 1978 when Broaddrick suffered the sexual assault, the journey until now, and the devastating impact that this had on her life.

She has vehemently stuck to her story, released a book, and has supported many victims of sexually based crimes.

This is her story and she's taking it to the big screen.

Broaddrick is being helped by Kyle Olson, from The American Mirror website, a highly popular website focused on delivering news with a little bit of opinion.

Broaddrick was allegedly raped by the former president in 1978, but Mr. Bill Clinton has not faced the jury on the reported attack.

Olson and Broaddrick want that to change and this new film will help share the story to a much larger audience.

They hope that 'The Juanita Broaddrick Story' sheds light on a dark moment and prompts an investigation to bring justice.

A quote from their Go Fund Me page is below, which helps explain the need for fundraising.

As you know, movies cost money to make, and they want to do it right - but they need your help!

Juanita Broaddrick was raped by Bill Clinton in 1978 and he still hasn’t been brought to justice.
But that’s about to change.
You can help Juanita bring justice to Bill Clinton.
Kyle Olson and The American Mirror will work with Juanita to document her journey, from the attack to the impact on her life, to the moment her secret was involuntarily revealed and the fallout, to becoming a pioneer in the #MeToo movement before it even existed, to inadvertently exposing its hypocrisy.
The film will be an opportunity for Americans to rallying around Juanita’s call for the FBI to investigate her claims and hold Bill Clinton accountable.



Broaddrick has also been extremely supportive of Leslie Millwee who claims that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1980.

Millwee has called Chuck Schumer and Dianne Feinstein to tell her story. She recorded the calls and claims to have even more evidence.

The Leslie Millwee story and phone calls are certainly worth reading and listening to.

What happens next with Bill Clinton? It seems like he has not commented on Broaddrick's story, but perhaps if the movie is made then he'll be forced to say something about it and acknowledge Broaddrick and Millwee's accusations.

That is to be determined, but I can't imagine he wants anyone to see this movie.

If you support Juanita Broaddrick, then please check out her Go Fund Me page and try to help get her movie made.

Will you help bring justice?


Source: gofundme, dailycaller, theamericanmirror