Sex scandals and the Clintons go hand-in-hand.
Bill Clinton’s mistreatment of women helped sink Hillary’s Presidential campaign.
And now they are knee deep in another sex scandal that will make you sick.
The #MeToo movement kicked off when big-time Clinton supporter and fundraiser Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual harassment and assault by multiple women.
Now the Clintons have another person in their circle being accused of sexual harassment.
The Clinton Foundation is refusing to return donations from big donor Jess Ravich – who is being sued by an employee for $30 million for coercing her into sex.
The Daily Caller reports:
The Clinton Foundation will not return contributions it received from a major donor who is accused in a $30 million lawsuit of coercing his employee into sex, citing the non-profit organization’s work in “empowering girls and women.”
According to a lawsuit filed in January, Jess Ravich, managing director for TCW Group Inc., repeatedly coerced a female employee into sex over the span of ten months.
On top of his prominent role in the finance community, Ravich was also a major donor to the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Ravich is listed on the Clinton Foundation website as a donor in the $50,001 to $100,000 contribution range. He also gave $2,700 in individual donations to Hillary for America in both 2015 and 2016 and contributed an additional $2,700 to the Hillary Victory Fund in 2016.
The accusations are ugly.
Sara Tirschwell – the employee suing Ravich – accuses him of holding private meetings at his apartment wearing a bathrobe and making sexual advances.
The Daily Caller also reports:
“The lawsuit accuses Ravich of inviting his female employee, Sara Tirschwell, to private “breakfast meetings” in his apartment during which he repeatedly donned a “white terry bathrobe” and made unwanted sexual advances.
“He repeatedly coerced [Tirschwell] into sex, implicitly threatening that if she rejected his advances, TCW would deprive her of resources and investor access that were essential to her successfully building out the Distressed Fund,” the suit claims.
Tirschwell complained to HR after nearly a year of the “breakfast meetings,” but she says that instead of investigating the claim, TCW unjustly fired her nine days later. Four days after Tirschwell’s firing, TCW appointed Ravich to its Board of Directors, despite the fact that they still had not investigated his alleged misconduct, she claims.”
Hillary Clinton ran for President as a champion of women.
After she lost, she accused the women who didn’t vote for her of being under the control of their husbands.
But Hillary enabled Bill Clinton’s sexual escapades.
And now the Clinton Foundation is circling their wagons around another accused sexual predator.
This is typical Clinton behavior.
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