Friday, January 4, 2019

Oh My: Bernie Sanders Says He Was Too Busy To Address Sexual Harassment Claims Infesting His 2016 Campaign

By Town Hall, Jan. 03, 2019

Politicians lie. Politicians are trash. And their acolytes are just as nasty. Oh yes, it seems the Me Too movement is about to claim another scalp: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Mr. Sanders isn’t guilty of sexual misconduct, but his campaign staff got a little hands-y with the volunteers. Sexism was apparently a problem, even after the campaign morphed into Our Revolution to continue the progressive fight to make America less rich, less vibrant, and something into a European cesspool. While the self-described democratic socialist apologizes to any women who felt mistreated, even admitting that not everything was done right in the human resources department, he also told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that—you know—he was a little busy running for president to address the situation. And by running, I mean, not winning the nomination or the presidency. He had to get to increase his name recognition and brand in 2016…like a good little communist. 
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