REPORT: Harvey Weinstein Victim Pummels Hillary Clinton: ‘I Guess Predators Are Her Style’

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Actress Rose McGowan blasted Hillary Clinton on Twitter Friday after reports emerged that Clinton’s team pressured journalist Ronan Farrow to stop writing an exposé on movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s history of rape and sexual harassment.

Farrow’s employer at the time, NBC News, killed the story even after McGowan told the network, on the record and on camera, that Weinstein had raped her. The decision forced Farrow to publish the Pulitzer Prize–winning story in the New Yorker, and in his new book he reveals that Weinstein, a prolific Democratic fundraiser and donor, tried to leverage his connections with Clinton to kill Farrow’s reporting.

The article goes on to state the following:

In a series of tweets, McGowan said Clinton was turning her back on the women who accused Weinstein and former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault.

“I knew that Hillary Clinton’s people, were protecting the Monster. I can’t believe I used to support her. I guess predators are her style,” McGowan tweeted.

Hitting harder, she lashed out again, “Hillary Clinton, did you have any concern for your husband’s victims? And what about HW victims? No? Didn’t think so.”

McGowan continued to lash out at Hillary in several additional tweets, and thanked the Hollywood Reporter for reporting on Clinton’s connection to Weinstein.

“Thank you for exposing the truth. I was tortured for two years and counting by these evil doers. There was so much going on behind the scenes that public doesn’t know about. To find out more, please get his book Catch and Kill. We survivors thank you @RonanFarrow,” McGowan tweeted.

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