WikiLeaks: Clinton Campaign Covered Up Sexual Harassment by Staffer

Nothing to see here. Move along.

Thanks to the Harvey Weinstein scandal, an e-mail that was a part of the WikiLeaks/Podesta e-mail dump has attracted new attention because it claims a coverup of sexual harassment inside the Hillary Clinton campaign.

WikiLeaks posted the text of the e-mail to Twitter explaining that Clinton’s former campaign manager Robby Mook was friends with the accused staffer who “cornered women” and asked them for sex and hid that fact because he didn’t want him to get in trouble:

 

 

The e-mail was authored by David Catanese from U.S. News & World Report and sent to a senior Clinton staffer in Nevada, Mara Lee Durrell.

The correspondence was overlooked in the initial WikiLeaks dump, but with the #MeToo movement rolling ahead at full steam, more skeletons are coming out of Clinton’s closet — as if she needed further outing as an enabler of sexual predators. (Hi, Bill!)

H/T Media Equalizer

 

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