Hillary Clinton Reportedly Protected A Campaign Adviser Accused Of Sexual Harassment

If you include the sex scandals around her husband, President Bill Clinton, Hillary has a history of protecting sexual harassers. It has now been revealed that she may have shielded an adviser on her 2008 campaign from sexual harassment allegations.

The Daily Caller has the story:

Report: Hillary Clinton Shielded An Accused Sexual Harasser On Her Campaign

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton allegedly retained a top adviser on her 2008 presidential campaign even after she learned that he was accused of sexual harassment.

Four sources told The New York Times that Burns Strider, who served as Clinton’s faith adviser, was accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a young staffer.

Clinton’s campaign manager at the time, Patti Solis Doyle, requested that Clinton fire Strider, but instead Clinton insisted that he he undergo counseling and lose several weeks of pay. The young woman was reassigned and forced to sign a nondisclosure agreement.

The 30-year-old woman accused Strider of rubbing her shoulders in an inappropriate manner, kissing her on the forehead and sending her suggestive emails.

Strider sent Clinton emails with scripture readings every morning for months on the campaign.

Is this really so hard to believe? Hillary thinks she’s above the law and has the power to protect those she sees fit to do so.

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