DNC Member And Clinton Pal Forced To Resign Following Allegations Of Domestic Abuse

Here’s a story you’re not likely to find on the pages of CNN or other liberal media outlets. A member of the DNC from Puerto Rico has been forced to resign due to allegations that he has used violence against his wife.

He is apparently also a good friend of Hillary Clinton.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

DNC Member Resigns Following Arrest on Domestic Violence Charges

A Puerto Rico-based member of the Democratic National Committee resigned his position Friday after authorities arrested him earlier this week on domestic violence charges.

Francisco Domenech has been accused of hitting his wife in the stomach and attempting to tie her hands after he tried to take her cell phone away, Politico reported.

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Domenech served as the co-chair of Hillary Clinton’s national finance council during the 2016 campaign, and he managed Republican Jenniffer González-Colón’s victorious campaign for Puerto Rico’s resident commissioner. He also worked on Clinton’s 2008 campaign as deputy campaign manager for the Puerto Rico primary and served as a delegate to several previous Democratic National Conventions.

González-Colón distanced herself from Domenech in a statement. She said he was no longer a part of her campaign and she believed his wife’s charges.

The media would report this but they’re still busy obsessing over Stormy Daniels.

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