Meehan Settled Sex Harassment Claim Says NYT

Meehan Settled Sex Harassment Claim
Meehan is denying the claims

Meehan Settled Sex Harassment Claim –Pennsylvania 7th District Congressman Pat Meehan has settled  a sexual harassment claim from a former staffer, costing taxpayers thousands of dollars, according to a story in the New York Times. The report has cost the Republican his seat on the House Ethics Committee.

Meehan is denying the claim.

Drew McGinty, an IT professional; Elizabeth Moro, a Realtor; attorney Dan Muroff; and Molly Sheehan, a biomedical researcher are seeking the Democrat nomination to replace him.

Daylin Leach, the Democrat 17th District state senator, has put his candidacy on hold due to sexual harassment issues of his own. 

Stan Casacio please consider re-entering the ring. How about you Lisa Esler? You want to give it a shot?

Or you can just vote for Joe Billie. 

And I’d be remiss in not mentioning Craig Williams.

Meehan is at least the fourth congressmen this year — and  the second from Pennsylvania following Tim Murphy (R-18) who quit Oct. 21 — to face allegations of serious sexual misconduct.

And this does not include Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn) who was forced out this month due to twisted behavior and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) who reportedly likes underage teens at Caribbean resorts but remains in good standing with “the world’s greatest deliberative body“.

Meehan Settled Sex Harassment Claim

5 thoughts on “Meehan Settled Sex Harassment Claim Says NYT”

  1. Good for you Congressman Meehan. You are among those who are making one of my fondest wishes come come true. You horny scofflaws are eliminating the need for passage of term limits, You are term limitings yourselves.

  2. Here is the statement from Meehan’s spokesman John Elizandro:

    Throughout his career, he has always treated his colleagues, male and female, with the utmost respect and professionalism.

    In this case, the employee, represented by counsel, made certain assertions of inappropriate behavior, which were investigated. With respect to resolving any allegation made against the office, Congressman Meehan would only act with advice of House Counsel and consistent with House Ethics Committee guidance. Every step of the process was handled ethically and appropriately. At Congressman Meehan’s request, the congressional attorneys handling the case have asked the complainant’s counsel to release all parties from the confidentiality requirements of the agreement to ensure a full and open airing of all the facts. The congressman is hopeful that they will agree to this request for full transparency.

    Rep. Meehan believes there must be real reform to the process for resolving complaints so that those who are truly wronged are given a fair forum to be heard and vindicated, and those accused are provided with an ability to respond to baseless accusations. The public to whom elected officials are answerable must be provided with a true sense of the facts and circumstances involved.

  3. United States Petty Officer veteran and volunteer fire fighter, Joe Billie, is the Republican candidate who is vying to unseat Representative Pat Meehan. Mr. Meehan is NOT representing his constituents. What he IS representing is theft via taxpayers dollars. Joe is a gentleman of morality, integrity, and principle. Joe will put his future constituents first. He is beholden to NO ONE except God and these constituents. This is an anti-establishment candidate that truly can drain the political cesspool. Hey to know Joe!

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