Chugging along like the little engine that could (endlessly annoy us that is) Hillary Clinton remains in the spotlight. The one time Presidential candidate and current incessant whiner now seeks to present herself as a bastion of feminism
Listening to Hillary Clinton’s sad attempts to paint Donald Trump as a “Sexual Assaulter“ are as disgusting as they are laughable (a combination not often found in reality) but an article published by the New York Post in 2013 shines a light on just how well the women’s champion Hillary Clinton’s State Department treated victims of sexual harassment
In her article titled “State Department swept sex scandals under the rug” Kate Briquelet maintains that “State Department scandals were ignored or swept under the rug while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State”
The article is based upon a leaked IG memo that outlines a number of sexual harassment cases derailed by Clinton’s State Department. According to the article “swept under the rug” refers to the fact that those accused of harassment “were given cushy jobs or allowed to retire, and watchdogs say the feds have hardly bothered to investigate….”
Everyone knows of the many “bimbo eruptions” that Hillary handled for Bill Clinton, but it would appear that husband Bill’s weren’t the only sexual harassment problems that Hillary buried.
The article goes on to say “The first few days after the revelation, there was a whole lot of barking going on,” said Damon Mathias, a lawyer for Aurelia Fedenisn, a former investigator with the department’s inspector general who leaked an internal memo citing probes that were derailed by senior officials under then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
“Nobody’s barking anymore. As a concerned citizen, what the hell is going on here?”
“The bombshell memo detailed accusations that former Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman and members of Clinton’s security detail hired prostitutes, but were given little more than wrist-slaps.
The Post also revealed allegations that former Naples Consul General Donald Mooreromped with call girls and had torrid affairs with Italian employees.”
Apparently Moore’s dalliances didn’t end there
“In a case filed with the department’s Office of Civil Rights, former consul officer Kerry Howard claims Moore harassed her after she tried to expose his hanky-panky at the Naples office.
Howard’s lawyer, Lawrence Kelly, is asking the IG to investigate allegations of financial misconduct and accusations that Moore had an affair with a language instructor.
Here’s what has become of other employees named in the IG memo.
Chuck Lisenbee, a former Beirut security officer who was being probed for allegedly sexually assaulting local guards, is now a special agent in Washington for the Office of Diplomatic Vehicles, Enforcement and Outreach, according to a State Department phone directory. Agents were only given three days to investigate the allegations against him, according to the memo.
Brett McGurk — a former senior adviser to the ambassador to Iraq — was appointed the deputy assistant secretary for Iraq and Iran in August, according to the State Department Web site. He was President Obama’s nominee for ambassador to Iraq but withdrew after his extramarital affair with a Wall Street Journal reporter was exposed.
According to the memo, investigators never interviewed McGurk because Clinton’s chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, intervened.
Gutman was allowed to retire in July. A State Department investigator found Gutman solicited “sexual favors from both prostitutes and minor children,” according to the memo.”
These are truly disgusting examples of squashed sexual harassment cases that occurred under the ‘watch’ of woman’s champion Hillary Clinton the Secretary of State at the time. These revelations beg the question, did Hillary learn from Weinstein or did Weinstein learn from Hillary?