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Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the longest-serving current House member, reportedly settled a wrongful dismissal complaint in 2015 after a former employee accused him of firing her for resisting his “sexual advances.”
Four former staffers signed affidavits, three of which were notarized, saying that Conyers, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, repeatedly made engaged in unwanted sexual behavior with his female staff, BuzzFeed News reported Monday night.
Documents examined by BuzzFeed described a wide-range of inappropriate conduct, including making requests for sexual favors, caressing and touching, as well as having his staff contact and transport women they believed were sexually involved with him.
Four unnamed sources who were involved with the case confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the documents are authentic.
Let’s face it: Every day we’ll be seeing more and more liberals going down over sexual harassment. Monday was a banner day, what with New York Times slob Glenn Thrush, Senate predator Al Franken and TV fossil Charlie Rose all exposed as monsters. Sure, the GOP has enough issues with that freak Roy Moore, but the avalanche of harassment and assault charges against liberals and Democrats is getting tough to keep up with.
We guess when they all talked about the War on Women it really was an autobiographical account of their own lives.
Obviously Conyers needs to go:
Two women wrote in their affidavits that they believed Conyers used office resources to pay for the travels of women with whom he was having affairs. Another staffer described the task of driving women to and from the lawmaker’s apartment and hotel rooms.
The woman who claimed wrongful dismissal claims that Conyers would ask her to work with him in private rooms where he would allegedly start describing sexual fantasies to her, including encouraging her to “touch” his penis.
Another former employee recalled a similar incident, in which Conyers asked her to “just cuddle up with me and caress me before you go” after she refused his request to stay with him overnight after traveling to a fundraising event.
“Rep. Conyers strongly postulated that the performing of personal service or favors would be looked upon favorably and lead to salary increases or promotions,” the former employee reportedly said in the documents.
There must be dozens of Democrats now living in fear of being exposed, and we can only hope they’re in agony.