You know, it’s funny. Kamala Harris went after Brett Kavanaugh based on zero evidence and demanded he step down, but when it’s revealed that her top aide Larry Wallace was involved in sexual harassment for which a settlement of $400,000 was reached, he wasn’t fired.
Why did Harris not fire him? Oh, that’s right he was exerting liberal privilege. He put his printer under his desk and made his assistant, Danielle Hartley, and ordered her to replace the ink or paper daily as he sat at his desk and she was wearing a skirt or a dress. Sometimes he would have others there too.
Hartley also accused Wallace of making her do menial tasks and personal errands. The lawsuit reportedly states that when she would return from these assignments, her “co-workers would make hostile comments to her including, ‘Are you walking the walk of shame?’”
According to the Bee, “the lawsuit was filed on Dec. 30, 2016, when Harris was still attorney general but preparing to be sworn in as California’s newly elected Democratic senator. It was settled less than five months later, in May 2017, by Xavier Becerra, who was appointed to replace her as attorney general.”
Hartley states in the lawsuit that she eventually complained to her supervisor and promptly “began to experience retaliation.” Hartley reportedly claimed she was “‘set up to fail,” “investigated by internal affairs on a ‘fabricated charge’ for which she was never informed of the outcome,” and “told she should quit her job and seek employment elsewhere.”
According to the lawsuit, Hartley was “involuntarily transferred to another bureau” two days before Christmas 2014 and was not considered for promotion even though she “took a state exam for a new classification and scored a 95.”