Grijalva might have been yelling or groping while he was drunk, but whatever it was we paid to bail him out. Like the other rats in the DC Swamp, taxpayers are stuck with
Democrat Mecha separatist and Latino Supremacist Rep. Raul M. Grijalva (D-AZ) has been caught with his hand in the cookie jar and the tequila bottle on his lips, misappropriating government funds to cover up his own indiscretions. He paid out hush money as a “severance package” in 2015.
One of his top staffers, perhaps a friend or relative, threatened to file a lawsuit against the Congressman for creating a hostile work environment due to his frequently being drunk on the job and abusive. Sexual harassment is not the only problem that illicit cash can make a problem disappear for a dirty Congressman.
Once again the dispensers of the illicit payments was the Office of Compliance, a slush fund by any other name still smells as foul and is just as expensive and just as much a betrayal of the American people.
Grijalva is an ally of Luis Gutierrez in the Latin supremacy movement in Congress so his constituents, who benefit in the short term from the destruction of our borders and sovereignty will likely support him regardless. After all, it’s not their money.
Grijalva was represented and the deal negotiated by the House Employment Counsel, the free lawyer that House members receive. So once again, the American people are on the hook for the settlement and the expense of the lawyers, not to mention paying a drunk and dysfunctional commie in Congress $174,000 a year.
The deal they negotiated on behalf of “El Boracho” Grijalva awarded $48,395, five months’ pay, to a female aide who was on the job for only three months. That’s good work if you can find a boss like Grijalva and put up with him for three months and walk away with a cool $80K total. Naturally, she had to abandon the hostile workplace complaint.
Melanie Sloan, an ethics lawyer in Washington who was also the target of sexual harassment by Rep John Conyers and paid $27,000 in hush money, said, “It seems like all of these House bodies are designed to help cover for members of Congress. A large part of the problem is that each member of Congress can treat their staff as their own fiefdom and also know that it will remain silent.”
Grijalva’s deal is stated by the Washington Times to be in conflict with House rules that govern severance packages. Maybe he needs to call it something else. Regardless of what name they put on it the House Employment Counsel still covered up for him and paid her off. The problem is widespread and systemic, much worse than a few sexual perverts and one drunk and corrupt commie from Arizona.
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