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Thu Mar 14, 2019, 07:48 AM

Marc Thiessen: Gillibrand wanted to destroy Kavanaugh's career but ignored sexual misconduct.

OH, MY..............Seems Ms. Gillibrand wants one standard for herself and her staff and another for everyone else.

"In April 2018, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand urged Senate leaders to pass her bipartisan Congressional Harassment Reform Act. "Congress has a sexual harassment problem -- and isn't taking it seriously," Gillibrand wrote in Fortune magazine. "If we can't clean up our own act, how can anyone expect Congress to do the right thing for victims and survivors in the rest of the country? Congress has to do better. I believe that elected officials should be held to the highest ethical standard -- not the lowest."
Just a few months later, when a woman in her own office reported that a married male staffer was making repeated, unwanted and increasingly aggressive sexual advances toward her, Gillibrand did not do the right thing and fire him.

Politico reported that "less than three weeks after reporting the alleged harassment and subsequently claiming that the man retaliated against her for doing so, the woman told chief of staff Jess Fassler that she was resigning because of the office's handling of the matter."

Gillibrand's office defended her inaction, saying in a statement that the senator's office had conducted a "full and thorough investigation" that included "multiple interviews with relevant current employees who could potentially corroborate the claims" but did not find cause to fire the male staffer."

Balance of article at the link: https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/marc-thiessen-gillibrand-wanted-to-destroy-kavanaughs-career-but-ignored-sexual-misconduct-in-her-office

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Response to Muddling Through (Original post)

Thu Mar 14, 2019, 08:18 AM

1. If Gillibrand really cared, she would get all the names released of those who used the congressional

slush fund to pay off their abuse victims since that fund was started back in 1995.

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Thu Mar 14, 2019, 08:20 AM

2. A Politician thats just a useless posturing ape?

I’m shocked

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Thu Mar 14, 2019, 09:15 AM

3. Hillary is a great role model for fem Dems.

Only believe the woman when it's politically convenient.

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