Hillary Clinton Protected Campaign Adviser From Sexual Harassment Charges

Former two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is under fire for protecting a 2008 campaign adviser from sexual harassment charges.

At the time of the accusation, Clinton had the man who was accused of the harassment attend counseling and moved him to a different role but she did not fire him.

CBS News reports:

The first time she ran for president in 2008, Hillary Clinton chose to shield her faith adviser on the campaign who was accused of sexually harassing a subordinate, according to the New York Times, citing four people familiar with what took place. Clinton responded Friday night with a tweet saying she was “dismayed” when the incident occured in 2008 and the woman’s “had her concerns taken seriously and addressed.”

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Clinton responded to the news about her protecting the former campaign adviser in a Tweet:


Clinton is being criticized for being a hypocrite regarding women’s rights.

Clinton poses as a champion of women but she fails to back women who come forward with claims of sexual harassment and abuse.

After the news broke about Clinton protecting the campaign worker, a video of her appeared on Twitter thanking women for their feminism and activism.  After her initial statement, she repeats a comment made by someone else describing the women activists as “activist bitches.”