kerry and clintonClinton, Kerry, ignored nearly 300% increase in complaints

A new State Department report finds sexual harassment complaints within the agency have tripled under Hillary Clinton and current Secretary of State John Kerry, the Washington Times reports.

Neither appear to care.

Despite the skyrocketing number of complaints, neither Clinton or Kerry have instituted any kind of mandatory training to teach State Department employees how to stop sexual harassment.

“The report states that formal harassment claims rose from 88 cases in 2011, during Mrs. Clinton’s third year as America’s top diplomat, to 248 in 2014, Mr. Kerry’s second year as secretary. Hundreds more informal complaints were lodged during the same period,” the Times reports.

“A significant increase in reported harassment inquiries in the Department of State over the past few fiscal years supports the need for mandatory harassment training,” reports an inspector general’s review of the State Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

“Mandatory training for department employees would strengthen this message and ensure that all employees are aware of their responsibilities and rights,” the report states.

No such training exists.  Neither Clinton nor Kerry has ever acted on calls to institute it.

The only action taken as sexual harassment exploded?

Kerry “issued a statement.”

Turning a blind eye to the sexual exploitation of women has been a hallmark of Clinton’s political career.

As an attorney in Arkansas, Clinton openly laughed when she recalled how she attacked a 12-year-old rape victim.

In 1975 Clinton agreed to act as the court-appointed attorney for Thomas Alfred Taylor, who was accused of luring a 12-year-old girl into a car and raping her.

“It was a fascinating case, it was a very interesting case,” Clinton says in the recording. “This guy was accused of raping a 12-year-old. Course he claimed that he didn’t, and all this stuff,” said Clinton in tapes recorded between 1983 and 1987.

“I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” said Clinton, punctuating the statement with a hearty laugh.

Clinton won the case by portraying the 12-year-old victim as mentally unstable.  In a July 28, 1975, court affidavit, Clinton wrote that she had been informed the young girl was “emotionally unstable” and had a “tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing,” the Washington Free Beacon reports.

Clinton knew her affidavit was false.

“You know, what was sad about it,” said Clinton on tape, “was that the prosecutor had evidence, among which was [Taylor’s] underwear, which was bloody.”

Clinton continued that practice of attacking sexual assault victims as First Lady in Arkansas and the White House.  Running a smear campaign against what she called “bimbo eruptions,” the Clintons routinely attacked and intimidated women whom were assaulted by Bill Clinton.

Looks like Clinton took her show to the State Department.