Sexual Harassment Rampant on Capitol Hill – Female Lawmakers Have ‘Creep List’ of Men to Avoid ‘Especially in Elevators’
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.
A new report by CNN exposes 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.
These are a few of the unwritten rules that some female lawmakers, staff and interns say they follow on Capitol Hill, where they say harassment and coercion is pervasive on both sides of the rotunda.
There is also the “creep list” — an informal roster passed along by word-of-mouth, consisting of the male members most notorious for inappropriate behavior, ranging from making sexually suggestive comments or gestures to seeking physical relations with younger employees and interns.
Women are subjected to sexual harassment by their male colleagues and avoid reporting it out of fear of career-ending retaliation.
A female Senate staffer told CNN she had an experience with a male lawmaker in an elevator that left her horrified.
Multiple females told CNN that elevators on Capitol Hill are known places for male lawmakers to prey on women. One woman said she still gets anxiety about being in an elevator alone with a man.
Who is on this creep list? Several of the interviewees told CNN a couple names…
More than half a dozen interviewees independently named one California congressman for pursuing female staffers; another half dozen pointed to a Texas congressman for engaging in inappropriate behavior. CNN is not naming either of those lawmakers because the stories are unverified.
Sexual harassment is an ‘open secret’ on Capitol Hill. There is an actual list of men to avoid because of their lewd behavior yet someone like Roy Moore is being publicly skewered by the same swamp creatures without proof.
Let that sink in.
This post originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit