Just 24 Hours After 4 Teens Accuse Bill Clinton of Raping Them on Plane, Yet Another Democrat Busted in Disgusting Sex Crime
Kirsters Baish| We have watched Bill Clinton get away with sexually abusing women for years now. There have been multiple testimonies from emotionally scarred women, but he still managed to get away with his sick actions. It seems as though things are changing, however. Within the last 24 hours Bill Clinton has been outed to be at the very center of a giant sex scandal. Four brave women are now risking their lives to sue the former president in court. It has been reported that they all have evidence that he raped them while they were teenagers.
The sickening details about how Bill Clinton nicknamed his private jet “Air F*** One” have been coming out. This airplane was the crime scene in which he carried about these disgusting sexual assaults. Now, in the wake of the allegations against Bill, another Democrat has been called out in a sex crime against the crew of female staffers. One detail that we can’t get past is the fact that taxpayer money was stolen in order to keep these sex crimes a secret.
Breaking reports have the Left infuriated. The Daily Caller reported on the matter saying, “A leading Democratic congressman settled a wrongful dismissal complaint for more than $27,000 in taxpayer funding after he allegedly fired the staffer because she would not “succumb to [his] sexual advances.”
Representative John Conyers from Michigan is now being exposed as a serial sexual predator. Claims have reported that Conyers has time and time again victimized his female staffers. Sworn affidavits by Conyer’s former female staffers are serving as some very compelling arguments against the Michigan representative. This is coming out after right-wing investigator Mike Cernovich handed over the documents to BuzzFeed News.
The Daily Caller reported:
One former female employee filed a complaint with the Congressional Office Of Compliance in 2014, alleging that she was fired for rebuffing Conyers’ sexual advances. It was that employee who eventually received a $27,111.75 settlement in 2015, in exchange for a confidentiality agreement. The congressman did not admit to fault as part of the settlement agreement.
“In her complaint, the former employee said Conyers repeatedly asked her for sexual favors and often asked her to join him in a hotel room. On one occasion, she alleges that Conyers asked her to work out of his room for the evening, but when she arrived the congressman started talking about his sexual desires,” BuzzFeed reported. “She alleged he then told her she needed to ‘touch it,’ in reference to his penis, or find him a woman who would meet his sexual demands.”
We are finding out that it was the norm for Conyers to make sexual advances on female staffers. He often asked them for sexual favors. One former employee’s affidavit stated, “Rep. Conyers strongly postulated that the performing of personal service or favors would be looked upon favorably and lead to salary increases or promotions.”
Allegations that Conyers also abused taxpayer money in order to cart around women who he was having sexual relationships with have also come out.
One affidavit stated, “One of my duties while working for Rep. Conyers was to keep a list of women that I assumed he was having affairs with and call them at his request and, if necessary, have them flown in using Congressional resources.”
BuzzFeed was notified by yet another staffer that Conyers stole taxpayers money in order to fly women who he was having affairs with to see him. The newest pieces of evidence are coming out just days after the Congressional Office of Compliance was exposed for having sent $17 million of taxpayer money in covering up the rape crimes and paying off victims.
A brave congresswoman has blown the whistle on how tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds has gone towards silencing victims of rape by high-level government officials.
Rep. Jackie Speier told MSNBC that the U.S. House of Representatives alone has spent at least $15 million to settle sexual misconduct lawsuits in the last decade.
It was also reported by Thefreethoughtproject.com that Speier stated, “We really need to reform the entire Office of Compliance process. Right now it takes about 90 days for you to file a complaint, and before actually going through the mediation, you have to sign a non-disclosure agreement and then you are not represented by counsel, but the harasser is represented by the House of Representatives general counsel.”
We’ve seen it before, and we will see it again. When the ultra rich and powerful are accused of sexual assault they often use money (even when it isn’t theirs to use) in order to pay off victims. It’s about time that these perverts are held responsible for their sickening actions. If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, chances are it is a duck. Bill Clinton certainly walks and talks like a rapist…