This week, Juanita Broaddrick noted the 40-year anniversary of one of the worst days of her life. On April 25, 1978, she was subjected to “forcible, brutal rape” by a man who would one day go on to become the president of the United States: William Jefferson Clinton. On Twitter, Broaddrick posted about the tragic anniversary in the hopes that America would not soon forget that, behind the public jes’ folks persona, Bill Clinton is a true monster.

“On this morning, 40 years ago, my life changed forever,” Broaddrick wrote Wednesday. “On 4-25-78, I was brutally raped by Ark. AG Bill Clinton. I have spent the majority of my life trying to forget…and watching the Evil thrive.”

Broaddrick hasn’t just watched Clinton and his wife thrive in the 40 years since that awful day, she has watched the mainstream media turn her into a pariah while giving exceptional credence to even the flimsiest sexual accusers…as long as they people they accuse are not liberal darlings. In the #MeToo era, a handful of Democrats have seen the hypocrisy behind their earlier refusal to acknowledge Broaddrick (or Paula Jones or Kathleen Willey…) but the tide has hardly become a tsunami. Last year the media spent more time worrying about George H. W. Bush grabbing a handful of ass while taking photographs than Clinton’s serious crimes. And to this day, they want to crucify Trump for his (fully consensual) extramarital dalliances.

But Clinton keeps getting the pass of a lifetime.

For those who haven’t heard Broaddrick’s story, it is a harrowing one. In 1978, she was working on Clinton’s first campaign to become Arkansas governor. On the day of the incident, she was invited to meet with the candidate at a coffee shop in the lobby of the hotel where she was staying. Upon arriving at the hotel, however, Clinton determined that the shop was too crowded and asked Broaddrick if he could come up to her room instead.

“I was nervous,” she said on Twitter. “But he was the attorney general. I agreed and ordered coffee.”

Broaddrick had no idea what was really on Clinton’s mind, but he made his intentions known quite rapidly upon entering the room. As he drew her attention to a nearby jail that he wanted to restore after getting elected, he made his move.

“As he pointed to it, he put his arm around my shoulder and I backed away,” she wrote. “He then grabbed me and started kissing me. I was so startled and shocked. I told him, ‘NO!!’”

Clinton did not stop and, according to his victim, viciously bit her lip every time she tried to scream for help.

“Then,” she said, “he shoved me backwards onto the bed.”

Broaddrick said that even four decades was not enough to completely wash away the pain of that day.

“After 40 years, I am still very emotional and tearing remembering what followed,” she wrote. “It was a forcible, brutal rape!”

If Bill Clinton were a Republican, there would be no place for him in public life. That gives you a small glimpse into the utter hypocrisy of the feminist left – one of many sordid lessons you can take from this sad, sickening story.