Democrats care about women. They care about sexual harassment. They’re more #MeToo than #MeToo. And yet, this stuff keeps happening at the highest levels of government. And it stretches from the Democratic Governors Association to New York City to Montana.
The New York Times reported this week that a former top aide to Gov. Steve Bullock, who resigned from the New York mayor’s office last year in the wake of sexual-harassment accusations, was also fired at the Democratic Governors Association in 2015 for the same reason, when Bullock was its chair.
Kevin O’Brien, who ran Bullock’s 2012 gubernatorial campaign and later went to work for the DGA and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, resigned last year from his job as senior adviser to the mayor, after being accused of sexually harassing two women.
The Times first reported the reasons for O’Brien’s March 2018 resignation two weeks ago.
The newspaper reported Monday that the DGA fired O’Brien in December 2015 after he’d been accused of sexually harassing a female employee – just weeks before he was hired by de Blasio in early 2016 as deputy chief of staff.
Bullock “was among whose who knew the reason” for O’Brien’s firing, the Times reported.
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