Judicial Watch Fighting to Get Details About Congressional Sexual Harassment Settlements
As previously reported, Congress has a rampant sexual harassment problem. In fact the problem is so bad that female lawmakers and aides keep a ‘creep list’ of men who are notorious for lewd behavior.
Twitter was set ablaze Thursday after the Congressional Office of Compliance released a year-by-year breakdown of harassment settlements and other awards without any details or names!
A new report by CNN exposed the DC swamp’s very serious problem of powerful men preying on women. CNN spoke with over 50 current and former lawmakers, aides and staff who have personally experienced sexual harassment on The Hill or know people who have.
As if this couldn’t get any worse, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd Tuesday that taxpayers have paid over $15 million to settle sexual harassment lawsuits against members of Congress!
We want names! Just look at this list of settlements! We want the who, what, when, where and why!
Conservatives and liberals are furious over the secrecy in D.C.’s settlements especially because they are using taxpayer money to pay for their sexual deviancy.
Gateway Pundit readers were calling on Judicial Watch to start digging!
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton said, “We might start getting info about Congress sexual harassment claims and other congressional abuse issues if FOIA open records law is changed to apply to Congress. We testified repeatedly in support of this!”
We might start getting info about Congress sexual harassment claims and other congressional abuse issues if FOIA open records law is changed to apply to Congress. We testified repeatedly in support of this! https://t.co/N1R89KZR4H https://t.co/WIARlhmY4z pic.twitter.com/O68PhIdV2u
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) November 17, 2017
Judicial Watch is fighting to get FOIA open records law to apply to Congress. Fitton said Judicial Watch has repeatedly testified in support of this. Thank you Judicial Watch.
Here is Fitton in action fighting for the American people to extend FOIA laws to Congress: via Judicial Watch: