DOJ Rewards Sexual Harassment in Workplace with Bonuses

If the Department of Justice can’t enforce the law within their own office, how do we expect them to treat the rest of the country? This time, they’re rewarding sexual harassment in the workplace. Check out the following story from our partners at America’s Liberty Committee that originally appeared here:


In another case of glaring lunacy the Department of Justice has been rewarding known sexual harassers with bonuses and new positions. It seems like the government’s idea of throwing money at its problems knows no bounds. Not only does this blatantly violate the Government’s zero tolerance policy, but it also brings to light an even larger problem: the supervisor of the division that was investigated admitted that bonuses and performance rewards are not reviewed. They simply send a list to HR and the funds get allocated. How is that for government efficiency?

This has been going on in this division since at least 2009 and several occurrences have been brushed off as “honest mistakes.” Well let’s call it what it is – groping, stalking, spying, and hacking are NOT “honest mistakes.” As these depraved senior attorneys get more government-paid bonuses and different titles, the victims get ignored and cast aside for fear of causing a big stir.


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