Black Congressman Prefers to Molest Crackhead Staffers
As sex scandals continue to plague the Democrats, here’s one that sure to raise a few eyebrows.
According to one of Al Green’s female staffers, Lucinda Daniels, Green had sex with her in the workplace. This was bad enough, but the next part showcases Democrats at their finest.
As The Daily Caller explains:
Lucinda Daniels, his onetime district director, claimed she suffered a hostile work environment, claimed sexual harassment and demanded $1.8 million. Green sued her, saying she was using their sexual relationship to shake him down at the behest of other unnamed conspirators.
Daniels also unknowingly dialed the congressman while she was allegedly buying cocaine. Green submitted the voicemail, now sealed, as evidence in the case.
Green said Daniels “act[ed] sluggish at work as through under the influence of drugs” and “slurr[ed] her speech as if under drug influence.” He claims she fell “asleep on the phone in the middle of telephone conversations with staff and the Congressman” and had “a general appearance of incoherence at times due to apparent drug use.”
So Green used a “butt-dial” to extort the woman. Essentially, he didn’t want his sexual relationship with a subordinate known or else.
And I’m not sure, so perhaps feminists can help me with this one. Is being extorted and kept as a sex slave a hostile work environment?
How long had this been going on? According to reports, these claims were filed back in 2008 by Green’s female staffer. So quite some time.
So there are many questions. For example, “How long did their sexual relationship last?”
Further, “How long was Green aware that his female staffer was suffering from a drug addiction?”
No need to ask if he cared about her drug problem.
Instead of helping his staffer, Al Green responded like a pimp. He found out about her problem, and exploited it. She now worked at his pleasure. And according to Lucinda Daniels, Green held her drug addiction over her head for years if she were to ever expose their sexual relationship.
Keep in mind this is the same man who cries moral outrage over president Trump and has called for his impeachment. Recall back in a floor speech when Green condemned Trump’s corrections on NFL players who kneel during the national anthem. Green vowed to file the impeachment articles.
“I rise to denounce these comments that have been made because they have brought discourse to a new low,” Green said. “This is a level of indecency that is unbecoming of the presidency. … I will stand here in the well of the Congress and I will call for the impeachment of the president.”
Green wants to impeach the president, but didn’t want his dirt exposed.
Green treated Lucinda Daniels as he treats his constituents: like whores. None of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus has their constituents’ best interests in mind. They use black people.
We have documented several times before on how the CBC has failed the black community:
Under President Trump, the Congressional Black Circus actually have a shot at helping their constituents. And yet they refuse to support the man.
I get it. How would they explain success to the blacks who have suffered under their “leadership” for decades?
What has this organization done to actually advance black people? Funding protests, inciting riots, and teaching victimhood hasn’t helped?
Black people have lost ground in all, repeat all socioeconomic areas. And the biggest lack of socioeconomic progress happened under a black president.
These clowns have watched decade after decade as blacks have become marginalized.
The fact is, if the CBC were white, they would be accused of being Klansmen.
The Congressional Black Circus needs Trump to fail. Trump’s success means their meal tickets disappear. Trump will succeed, and the so-called black leaders will eat crow…black crow.
Like all members of the Congressional Black Caucus, Green is an embarrassment.
He threatens to impeach a man who just freed three black men from Chinese jail. Should President Trump be impeached for that?
But Donald Trump’s not only contrasts greatly with Obama, but with Green as well. Because when Ms USA Tara Connor had a drug problem, Donald Trump did the right thing.
I was 20 in 2006 when I was crowned Miss USA. Few people knew my name and my “Miss USA story.” Later that year, millions knew my name because of my real story, the story I didn’t want shared. I became famous as “Mess USA” when my boss — now the president of the United States — tossed me into rehab after I tested positive for cocaine. Rather than strip me of my crown or add to the negative press with a humiliation campaign, Donald Trump surprised me, and shocked the world, when he held a news conference and declared: “Tara is going to be given a second chance.”
It was 10 years ago that I got out of treatment, and I thank him for my 10 years of recovery. I will always be profoundly grateful. He saved my life and, essentially, made me great again. As part of my journey, I have become a vocal advocate for recovery, and today I speak out for the millions who do not have a voice.
So who’s the good guy? Don’t ask the media for that answer.