“Folks have made much of the fact that her claim about the conversation she had with Hillary wasn’t in the interview that run,” Isikoff said. “Broaddrick said it got cut out; Lisa Myers has since agreed Broaddrick said this then—and NBC chose to cut it out.” NBC has never released an unedited version of its interview with Broaddrick. Both NBC and the Washington Post “closely vetted” Broaddrick’s claims at the time and chose to run with stories on her claims, Isikoff said. He added that it was “amazing to watch” Democrats that he saw defend Bill Clinton against his accusers now jump to embrace women accusing Trump. “It’s amazing to watch how D’s who attacked those women are now embracing the Trump accusers, while the Rs who believed them attack them,” Isikoff said. Earlier this year, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell said that Broaddrick’s claims had been “discredited.” The network stealthily deleted the line after it was threatened with legal action by Broaddrick’s son.
Isikoff worked as a national correspondent for NBC from 2010 to 2014. He says that NBC reporter Lisa Myers has confirmed Broaddrick’s claim that NBC edited out references that could have been damaging to Hillary Clinton.
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Already, Ive gotten some flack for publishing the FBI last alert-- which was not supposed to be public-- but Id argue that if I didnt we would no very little about how serious the feds are taking this.
Raped at 12, victim lashes out at Hillary for defending attacker
Kathy Shelton, with her mother. (Image courtesy Kathy Shelton) Raped at age 12, a woman now is lashing out at Hillary Clinton for defending her attacker, who got off with only a short jail term thanks to the young lawyer in Arkansas in 1975. The victim, Kathy Shelton, now is saying she wants to speak out…