sexual harassment

HILLARY CLINTON: ‘Activist b***hes supporting b***hes, so let’s go.’ – VIDEO

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Hillary Clinton gave a bizarre video shout-out to ‘activist b***hes supporting b***hes’ Friday night, just hours after The New York Times report how she intervened to help keep her 2008 presidential campaign adviser, Burns Strider, on board  after accusations that he repeatedly sexually harassed a young staffer.

The former Secretary of State made the comments in a video posted to Twitter Friday by Huffington Post commentator Alex Mohajer.

‘Hey everyone, I just wanted to say thanks,’ she says in the video, which is zoomed in on her face.

‘Thank you for your feminism, for your activism, and all I can hope if you keep up the really important good work.’

Then off screen someone can be heard saying ‘activist b***hes supporting b***hes,’

A crackling Hillary then repeats it, chuckling and saying: ‘And let me just say, this is directed to the activist b***hes supporting b***hes, so let’s go.’

 

 

 

 

Hillary Clinton backer paid $500G to fund women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct before Election Day

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Image captured Hillary Clinton holdings hands with close friend and Esprit Clothing founder Susie Tompkins Buell.

 

( Fox News ) One of Hillary Clinton’s wealthy pals paid $500,000 in an unsuccessful effort to fund women willing to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct before the 2016 election, The New York Times reported Sunday.

Susie Tompkins Buell, the founder of Esprit Clothing and a major Clinton campaign donor for many years, gave the money to celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom who was working with a number of Trump accusers at the time, according to the paper’s bombshell report.

Bloom solicited donors by saying she was working with women who might “find the courage to speak out” against Trump if the donors would provide funds for security, relocation and possibly a “safe house,” the paper reported.

Former Clinton nemesis turned Clinton operative David Brock also donated $200,000 to the effort through a nonprofit group he founded, the paper reported in an article entitled, “Partisans, Wielding Money, Begin Seeking to Exploit Harassment Claims.”

Bloom told the Times that the effort was unproductive. One woman requested $2 million then decided not to come forward. Nor did any other women.

Bloom said she refunded most of the cash, keeping only some funds for out-of-pocket expenses accrued while working to vet and prepare cases.

The lawyer told the paper she did not communicate with Clinton or her campaign “on any of this.”

Rad more: Hillary Clinton backer paid $500G to fund women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct before Election Day, report says

WOMEN’S MARCH FOUNDER LINDA SARSOUR TO ACCUSER: ‘SEXUAL HARASSMENT DOESN’T HAPPEN TO SOMEONE WHO LOOKS LIKE YOU’

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Accuser: Women's March founder Sarsour said sexual harassment 'doesn't happen to someone that looks like you'

 

( Fox News ) Pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour told an employee who claimed she was sexually harassed that “something like that doesn’t happen to someone who looks like you,” the accuser told Fox News Wednesday night.

Asmi Fathelbab also told “The Story with Martha MacCallum” that Sarsour warned her “that I will never work in New York City ever again for as long as she lives” if Fathelbab pressed her claims.

The alleged harassment occurred in 2009 while Fathelbab was working at the Brooklyn-based Arab American Association. Sarsour was executive director of the organization for 11 years before leaving her position earlier this year.

Fathelbab told The Daily Caller that Sarsour called her a liar and told her the man Fathelbab accused of harassing her “had the right to sue me for false claims” and “had the right to be anywhere in the building he wanted.”

Sarsour responded to The Daily Caller story Monday with a Twitter post calling it “a new low.”

Read more: Accuser: Women’s March founder Sarsour said sexual harassment ‘doesn’t happen to someone that looks like you’

LISA BLOOM, LAWYER OF TRUMP ACCUSER JILL HARTH, HELPED PAY-OFF HER MORTGAGE…VICTIM FOR HIRE?

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Trump accuser Jill Harth was represented by prominent lawyer Lisa Bloom . The victim-for-hire lawyer started a GoFundMe.com online fundraising effort to help Harth pay her mortgage on her Queens apartment in New York City.

Harth alleged Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s but  in a Jan. 5, 2016 email ,Harth had nothing but positive to say about Trump and his treatment of women.:

“I also want to put it out there that I would be willing to say at a rally or somewhere how [Trump] helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women to counter any potential negativity that may come out at some point in the campaign”

Oct. 1, 2015, email also shows how she begged to become Trump’s make-up artist.

 

 

The Hill reports:

The connection between Harth’s business interests and her accusations have been intertwined for the past two years. Harth said she asked prominent lawyer Bloom to represent her after media attention to her sexual assault allegations began hurting her business in fall 2016.

Bloom eventually started a GoFundMe.com online fundraising effort to help Harth and located a donor that paid off Harth’s mortgage on her Queens apartment in New York City.

When Bloom went on TV once to defend her client, Harth touted a corresponding spike in the sales of her cosmetic products, according to a text message Harth sent the lawyer and a mutual friend.

“Omg Lisa!!! I got 87 orders!!!!” Harth texted. “My friend said you talked abut [sic] me on national tv and gave my website!!!! I can not thank you enough.”

 

TRUMP ACCUSER JILL HARTH BEGGED TRUMP IN 2015 TO MAKE HER HIS MAKE-UP ARTIST

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Trump accuser Jill Harth begged Donald Trump to be his makeup artist before her 1990s sexual assault allegations against the candidate resurfaced during the 2016 presidential election. Below are emails Harth – interestingly all positive- that she wrote about Trump:

Oct. 1, 2015, email :

“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere! It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything!”

In a Jan. 5, 2016, email :

“I also want to put it out there that I would be willing to say at a rally or somewhere how [Trump] helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women to counter any potential negativity that may come out at some point in the campaign,”

August email:

“I have always been very fond of Donald and I CARE about him.”

 

Harth said she asked prominent lawyer Lisa Bloom to represent her . The victim-for-hire lawyer started a GoFundMe.com online fundraising effort to help Harth pay her mortgage on her Queens apartment in New York City.

 

The Hill reports:

A New York cosmetics executive who publicly alleged Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s repeatedly solicited the future president to become his campaign makeup artist and to pitch her new product line in the months before her story roiled the 2016 race, according to the woman and her contemporaneous emails.

“Hi Donald, you are doing a tremendous job of shaking things up in the United States. I am definitely on Team Trump as so many others are,” Jill Harth wrote the future president in an Oct. 1, 2015, email sent to him through his New York company’s headquarters.

“I can’t watch television without seeing you or hearing your name everywhere! It’s a good thing for sure but PLEASE let me do your makeup for a television interview, a debate, a photo session, anything!” Harth wrote.

“It kills me to see you looking too orange and with white circles under the eyes. I will get your skin looking smoother and even toned,” she added, boasting she would “sculpt your face” to look good on high-definition television sets.

In another email seeking to meet Trump personally, Harth offered to be a campaign surrogate willing to tell voters how the future president “helped me with my self-confidence and all positive things about how he is with women.”

The connection between Harth’s business interests and her accusations have been intertwined for the past two years. Harth said she asked prominent lawyer Bloom to represent her after media attention to her sexual assault allegations began hurting her business in fall 2016.

Bloom eventually started a GoFundMe.com online fundraising effort to help Harth and located a donor that paid off Harth’s mortgage on her Queens apartment in New York City.

When Bloom went on TV once to defend her client, Harth touted a corresponding spike in the sales of her cosmetic products, according to a text message Harth sent the lawyer and a mutual friend.

“Omg Lisa!!! I got 87 orders!!!!” Harth texted. “My friend said you talked abut [sic] me on national tv and gave my website!!!! I can not thank you enough.”

 

 

 

Paranoia grips Capitol Hill as 50 members of Congress likely involved in sexual harassment charges

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Paranoia grips Capitol Hill as harassment scandal spreads

Lawmakers and aides are consumed by one question: Who’s next?

  • “I am hearing The Post has a list of 40-50, evenly split between the parties, that have had sexual harassment charges,” one lobbyist texted POLITICO.

 

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The details change almost daily, but the rumor won’t die: A credible news organization is preparing to unmask at least 20 lawmakers in both parties for sexual misconduct.

Speculation about this theoretical megastory is spreading like wildfire across Congress and beyond, a lurking bad-press boogeyman that’s always described as on the verge of going public. And it’s far from the only worry that’s seeped into the collective psyche of Capitol Hill, where members and aides are now perpetually bracing for the next allegation to drop.

Washington is also gripped by uncertainty over whether the nationwide awakening to workplace misconduct might be manipulated into a political weapon.

…Part of the reason that the rumor about 20 or more lawmakers being unmasked as sexual harassers has proved so durable is that, after the recent wave of resignations, it feels both shocking and believable.

By last week, The Washington Post was the organization, and the number of members had grown more grandiose.

“I am hearing The Post has a list of 40-50, evenly split between the parties, that have had sexual harassment charges,” one lobbyist texted POLITICO.

MSNBC CHRIS MATTHEWS SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASE WAS SETTLED FOR $40K

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NBC Made Payment To Staffer After Sexual Harassment Claim Against Chris Matthews

 Via Amber Athey of The Daily Caller:

Two sources familiar with the situation told The Daily Caller that Matthews paid $40,000 to settle with an assistant producer on his show, “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” in 1999 after she accused him of harassment. An NBC spokesperson contested that claim to the Caller, saying the company instead paid significantly less as part of a severance package.

The woman complained to CNBC executives about Matthews making inappropriate comments and jokes about her while in the company of others.