Everyone’s voice deserves to be heard unless you’re exposing a Democrat for sexual misconduct.

That’s the premise of what Juanita Broaddrick was likely thinking when Hollywood liberal Oprah Winfrey and many others were lecturing Americans during Sunday night’s Golden Globe awards about giving all women a voice.

The Golden Globes also featured nearly everyone wearing black, which they claim signified their unity against all forms of sexual misconduct.

Several Democrats in Congress have signaled that they will wear black to President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, a move that is being led by California Democrat Rep. Jackie Speier.

“This is a culture change that is sweeping the country and Congress is embracing it,” Speier said, referring to the “Me Too” movement that has exposed top figures in Hollywood and Capitol Hill of sexual misconduct.

While liberals continue to claim all women should be heard, Broaddrick said he would love to be invited to Trump’s State of the Union address so she can represent all of the women former President Bill Clinton allegedly sexually assaulted.

“I’d be happy to go and wear black to represent all the victims of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” Broaddrick tweeted Wednesday.

Since the Golden Globes this past Sunday, Broaddrick has created a political tsunami on Twitter by slamming Oprah, Hollywood, and Democrats for their hypocrisy on the issue of supporting women who were sexually assaulted.

Broaddrick has maintained that she was raped by Clinton at a motel in 1978 when he was the attorney general of Arkansas,

While many liberals and so-called feminists like Oprah and Speier claim to be a champion of women, let’s see how serious they are about it.

If you want to see Broaddrick invited to the State of the Union to represent all of the women who have been sexually assaulted by Clinton, share this story so the mainstream media will be forced to cover it.

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