On Monday night, Juanita Broaddrick appeared on The Ingraham Angle to weigh in the national dialogue of sexual harassment. Laura Ingraham began with the observation that some on the left are revisiting the allegations made against Bill Clinton and cited an article from The Atlantic that feminists who defended the former president were “on the wrong side of history.” Broaddrick, who claims Clinton raped her, thinks we’re “advancing” as a society and that people are “starting to believe” that she was sexually assaulted by him. Due to technical difficulties, Ingraham turned back to her panel. Byron York of The Washington Examiner insisted that the relitigation of Clinton’s actions aren’t just due to the broader dialogue but because the Clintons are “receding into the past” and their “clout is gone.” “It is safe to look into something like this where it was not in 1998,” York elaborated. Broaddrick came on shortly after and told Ingraham that she hopes that the Clintons will “finally get what’s due to them” and invoked her dustup with Chelsea Handler on Twitter. “She supported my abusers in the 2016 presidential race,” Broaddrick said of Handler. “And I wanted to say to her, ‘I matter too.’ You know, all victims matter. She then unwittingly echoed sentiment from Hillary Clinton during the election. “It doesn’t matter if you’re Democrat or Republican… or if you’re straight or if you’re gay or if you believe in God or not,” Broaddrick continued, “we all have the right to be believed.” Watch the clip above, via Fox News.