Kamala Harris’ top aide resigns over involvement in harassment lawsuit

Washington Times: SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A top aide to California U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris has resigned over his involvement in a harassment lawsuit while he worked at the state Department of Justice.

The Sacramento Bee reports Larry Wallace left his job Wednesday as a senior adviser in Harris’s Sacramento office. The newspaper reports his resignation came after it inquired about a $400,000 settlement in 2017 related to the harassment lawsuit.

Harris was California’s attorney general before she became a U.S. senator in 2017.

Harris spokeswoman Lily Adams says the office was “unaware of this issue” and takes harassment accusations “extremely seriously.”

The lawsuit by Danielle Hartley says Wallace harassed and demeaned her based on her gender. It says Wallace placed his computer printer under his desk and asked Hartley to crawl under to refill it.

 

4 Comments on Kamala Harris’ top aide resigns over involvement in harassment lawsuit

  1. Didn’t know what was happening in her own office?

    In a real world that’s considered negligence – in DemoWorld it’s an asset.

    A public proclamation of stupidity and incompetence is now a “public servant’s” excuse for just about any criminal action – and they get away with it!

    HRC’s “like, with a cloth?”

    Can’t hold me responsible cuz I’m a fukkin moron!

    Patriotism used to be the last refuge of the scoundrel, now it’s imbecility.

    Oy!

    izlamo delenda est …




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