Chelsea Handler, a raging liberal and professional Trump hating “comedian,” decided to do what all progressive celebrities do and take a few precious moments out of her oh so busy day to smash on the president.

And like any good leftist, she opted to use social media as the platform of choice to transmit her brain dead message, tweeting about Trump and rape.

What Handler wasn’t expecting was Juanita Broaddrick to come out of nowhere and deliver a digital haymaker to her Twitter chin, smashing her attempt at a zinger to pieces.

via Daily Caller:

Juanita Broaddrick slammed comedian Chelsea Handler over a tweet the comedian made imagining what it must be like for an alleged rapist to be elected to a seat of power.

Handler’s tweet referenced the allegations against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and asked what message young girls might receive if a man can molest a young girl and then get elected to the U.S. Senate. She told her followers to imagine that scenario.

Broaddrick responded with “I can imagine.”

“Yeah, @chelseahandler I can imagine. I was raped by the Arkansas AG who then becomes Governor & President and NBC held my interview explaining the rape until after his impeachment hearing. But I’m sure you don’t want to go there,” Broaddrick tweeted out.

Ouch. I mean dang. Broaddrick pulled absolutely no punches here, and in all honesty it’s an incredibly good point.

Where was all the outrage and demands for justice when Bill Clinton occupied the White House? It seems Democrats bent over backwards to defend this guy at any cost, shaming victims and standing in the way of them receiving justice.

This is shameful beyond words.

Perhaps Handler and her liberal buddies  should just give up doing hot takes on issues of the day? They only seem to be embarrassing themselves.

 

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