Twitter Bans Bill Clinton's Rape Accuser for 'Spreading Misleading' Information
Juanita Broaddrick has account shut down over 'potentially harmful' claims
Big Tech giant Twitter has banned Bill Clinton's rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick over claims she was "spreading misleading and potentially harmful" information, according to reports.
Broaddrick has been blocked from using Twitter after the social media platform flagged her most recent tweet challenging the effectiveness of Big Pharma drugs.
The former nursing administrator accused former President Bill Clinton of raping her but her allegations have always been ignored by the Democratic regime and she's never had her case investigated.
Broaddrick has shared an email from Twitter announcing the suspension of her account.
The company said her account has been locked for "violating the policy on spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19."
In the tweet, Broaddrick slams Big Pharma for profiting from the pandemic.
Broaddrick challenged the effectiveness of vaccines and suggested that pharmaceutical companies enormously profited because of them, and conspicuously claimed the vaccines "alter DNA."
"When will this vaccine crap be over?" she said in the tweet, initially posted on April 9, according to screenshots of the post.
"Big Pharma has profited enough for the next hundred years.
"Stop pushing vaccines that don’t work and alter DNA."
BREAKING: Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) has been permanently suspended from Twitter. pic.twitter.com/7C6wdXDmjg— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 11, 2022
In the statement, Twitter suggested Broaddrick delete the tweet should she wish to have account access restored.
"We understand that during times of crisis and instability, it is difficult to know what to do to keep yourself and your loved ones safe," the company said.
"Under this policy, we require the removal of content that may pose a risk to people’s health, including content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information."
The social media site instructed Broaddrick that repeated offenses could result in the "permanent suspension" of the account.
The statement did not clarify if a previous violation occurred or if this was the first offense.