This story should come as a shock to no one. Hillary Clinton’s biggest asset after all, was her husband Bill, who was accused of rape and sexual assault by several women, and was impeached about lying to a Grand Jury about having sex under the Oval Office with an intern while married to Hillary and serving as the President of the United States.
Allegations of sexual harassment against Hillary Clinton’s spiritual advisor were roundly ignored by her 2008 presidential campaign. A bombshell New York Times report dropped on January 26 alleging inappropriate behavior by Burns Strider, 52, who had worked with Clinton since January 2007. In 2008, Strider was accused by a 30-year-old female staffer of rubbing “her shoulders inappropriately” and kissing “her on the forehead,” in addition to sending “a string of suggestive emails” with at least one of those coming late at night.
The staffer brought her complaints to campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle. The Times says Strider was kept on at Clinton’s request with Doyle advocating that he be fired. His punishment was to undergo counseling and to have his pay docked. The staffer was moved on to another position within the campaign.
The New York Times report goes on to say that Strider was re-recruited by the Clinton campaign in preparation for the 2016 election. At that time, Strider was working with a group named Correct the Record. The Times says Strider was fired “after several months” when he was accused of harassing a “young female aide.” The Washington Post reported in November 2013 that Strider was joining Correct the Record along with long-time Clinton ally David Brock. The Post said that among the group’s main priorities was to correct the narratives about Benghazi being put out by Republican candidates and media outlets. – Heavy
According to his LinkedIn page, Strider was a “Senior Adviser” and “Director of Faith Outreach” on Clinton’s 2008 failed Democratic primary campaign. Since 2009, Strider has been the president of the American Values Network. He writes that the organization, “seeks to be the salt of public and political discourse in America, preserving our values and heightening awareness of the key ingredients required for a prosperous society.” One of the organizations stated goals is “Tackling the most pressing moral issues of our time.”
Watch the accused pervert preaching to an audience about how to have a “happy community”:
Here’s Hillary explaining her “shock” over close friend and top-donor, the disgraced Harvey Weinstein:
He eventually was canned months later for workplace issues, including more sexual harassment accusations, sources told the Times.