Ex-Campaign Manager Says Hillary Clinton Protected Adviser Accused Of Sexual Harassment | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ex-Campaign Manager Says Hillary Clinton Protected Adviser Accused Of Sexual Harassment

Hillary Clinton turned out not to be the feminist savior liberals all wanted her to be in the 2016 election, and now more details have emerged about her protecting a senior adviser accused of sexual harassment on her 2008 campaign.

Burns Strider, who was ironically Clinton’s faith adviser on her 2008 campaign, was accused of sexual harassment by a young female staffer. According to two sources, Strider’s behavior included inappropriate touching, kissing the staffer’s forehead, and sending her suggestive emails. However, rather then terminate Strider the staffer reassigned. Strider was allowed to remain in his role, where he continued to harass young women.

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