It keeps getting deeper and no one is safe. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaign workers have come forward with sexual harassment allegations. In a new report published by HuffPo it states that both men and women were both subjected to unwanted sexual advances and anti-gay remarks.
Per Breitbart News:
Adams, who relocated to Colorado to work for the campaign as a paid organizer, said she was subject to homophobic remarks (Adams is bisexual) which went on to comments about her body and attempts to force her into one-on-one situations and get her to drink alcohol. Adams, then 19, said her harasser also encouraged her not to wear bras.
While her abuser was eventually fired months after Adams first complained to superiors in June, he was reportedly later rehired in October to work on the campaign for a different state party, leaving her disillusioned. Clinton made the fair-and-equal treatment of women a central part of her campaign as the first woman to win the presidential nomination for a major political party.
“You have a lot of young passionate people who want to help change the world through Democratic politics,” Adams said. “Older Democratic operatives see this passion and exploit it, putting us in an extremely stressful and unhealthy work environment.”
Salsbury, who worked as a volunteer as president of American University Students for Bernie, told HuffPost a campaign intern made unwanted advances, but the campaign had no structure to deal with issues among volunteers. In her account, she blasted “a culture that didn’t discuss office policies with volunteers or make it clear that harassment wasn’t tolerated.” She was 18 at the time of the alleged harassment.
Per The Gateway Pundit:
“It firmly felt like the kind of call you make when you’re trying to feel out if someone has the interest and/or standing to bring a lawsuit,” Salsbury told the Huffington Post.
Clinton’s office did not respond to the allegations, while the Sanders camp simply said his campaign did “not tolerate sexual harassment”
The Huffington Post’s report comes amid Democrat Al Franken sexual assault scandal. Franken was accused of sexually harassing not one, but two women. Los Angeles anchor Leeann Tweeden accused Franken of kissing and groping her without consent when they were traveling on a USO tour in 2006.
According to Tweeden, “He repeated that actors really need to rehearse everything and that we must practice the kiss. I said ‘OK’ so he would stop badgering me. We did the line leading up to the kiss and then he came at me, put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.”
The second accuser is Melanie Morgan of Media Equalizer.
All of these sexual allegations are surfacing at once. From Judge Roy Moore to Al Franken to all of Hollywood and now the #FeelTheBern and Hillary campaigns are feeling the effects.