The Democrats won’t stop talking about Roy Moore.

They are so scared of him they have spent weeks pushing their fake news sexual assault allegations against him.

But one game-changing bombshell is going to make the Democrats regret attacking him.

While Hillary Clinton and her cronies are using the Roy Moore scandal as an attack dog to bring down his campaign, they don’t really have any moral reason to do it.

Even if the allegations against Moore were true, the Democrats don’t have the cleanest past when it comes to similar allegations.

From Bill Clinton, to Al Franken, and Harvey Weinstein, sexual harassment scandals aren’t new to Democrats.

But a new bombshell shows just how deep it goes in their party.

Campaign workers on the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders’ campaigns in 2016 have come forward claiming they had been harassed on the campaign trail.

Two different campaign workers, one for Clinton, and the other for Sanders, have dropped similar stories about sexual harassment, and of campaign officials ill-equipped to cope with it.

As reported by Breitbart:

“Campaign workers on the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Democratic 2016 presidential campaigns alleged in a report published Friday that they were harassed while campaigning for their respective candidates and that the campaigns failed to address the claims properly — the latest sexual misconduct revelations to rock the Democratic Party.

Lilian Adams, a Clinton campaign worker, and Zoey Jordan Salsbury, who worked for the Sanders primary campaign, both told HuffPost that they were sexually harassed by fellow campaign workers and that the campaigns were “ill-equipped” to cope.

Adams, who relocated to Colorado to work for the campaign as a paid organizer, said she was subject to homophobic remarks (Adams is bisexual) which went on to comments about her body and attempts to force her into one-on-one situations and get her to drink alcohol. Adams, then 19, said her harasser also encouraged her not to wear bras.

While her abuser was eventually fired months after Adams first complained to superiors in June, he was reportedly later rehired in October to work on the campaign for a different state party, leaving her disillusioned. Clinton made the fair-and-equal treatment of women a central part of her campaign as the first woman to win the presidential nomination for a major political party.

“You have a lot of young passionate people who want to help change the world through Democratic politics,” Adams said. “Older Democratic operatives see this passion and exploit it, putting us in an extremely stressful and unhealthy work environment.””

One must wonder if the mainstream media will talk about this scandal.

While the allegations are shocking, it shouldn’t have been surprising to anyone on a Democratic campaign.

Working professionally for the party of Anthony Weiner, Bill Clinton, and Al Franken might not be the best way to avoid sexual harassment.

Do you think this scandal disqualifies the Democrats from being able to talk about the Roy Moore scandal?

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