With sexual misconduct rocking the nation in recent months, a bombshell report from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange shows that former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign covered up accusations of sexual harassment.
As noted by The Western Journal, Assange tweeted an email from former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta on Tuesday, which shows that Clinton’s former campaign manager, Robby Mook, covered up allegations of sexual misconduct made by a staffer.
In the tweet, WikiLeaks linked to an email, writing, “Top Clinton aid ‘cornered women’ for sex and was protected by campaign manager Robby Mook according to accusations in January 2015 email #metoo.”
Check out a screenshot of the email below:
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 2, 2018
The email from U.S. News & World Report writer David Catanese was then sent to a woman named Mara Lee Durrell, who reportedly held top leadership roles in Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign in Nevada.
The email, in part, read:
The source also claims that Robby Mook was made aware of the issue, but declined to act on it or intervene because he is personal friends with Marshall.
Marshall was a “special assistant to President Obama and the principal deputy director of the Office of Public Engagement at the White House,”who also served as “the director of state campaigns and political engagement for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.”
The email is from Clinton’s inner circle, meaning it cannot be dismissed and strongly asserts that Mook covered up sexual harassment allegations made by another staffer.
While Clinton and her team of cronies claim they care deeply about sexual harassment and serving as a champion for women’s rights, it appears top members of her campaign covered up a sexual harassment case to prevent it from leaking to the media.
Strong evidence suggests that Mook was also covering for his friend rather than adhering to a woman who apparently had credible claims of being sexually assaulted.
Perhaps criminal acts were committed in this process, something the Clinton family has been privy to for decades.