Locker room rivalry: Clinton staffer bragged he could get away with grabbing co-worker’s butt

by WorldTribune Staff, October 13, 2016

Apparently, a Democrat’s “locker room talk” does not spark the same level of outrage as a Republican’s.

In a recently released video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, a Hillary Clinton staffer named Wylie Mao brags about being able to grab a co-worker’s behind and not get fired.

The video has been ignored by the so-called mainstream media, which undoubtedly would have made it the lead of every broadcast and top headline of every newspaper had Donald Trump said it.

Project Veritas caught Mao, a field organizer for the Democratic presidential candidate in Florida, at a West Palm Beach bar. In the video, the Clinton staffer explains just how low the bar for sexual misconduct is inside the Clinton campaign.

“I think the bar of acceptable conduct in this campaign is pretty low,” Mao stated with a laugh. “To be fired I would have to grab Emma’s ass twice and she would have to complain about it, I would have to sexually harass someone.”

Next, an off-camera voice says to Mao, “she says she wants to go to Hillary’s thing at Coral Springs.”

“Tell her to get in line,” Mao responds.

“Tell her to f— off and volunteer for U.S. Weekend because it’s a weekend of action, and you can’t win votes at a f—ing rally,” Mark Hodges, another Clinton field organizer, adds from off-screen.

Mao and Trevor Lafauci, another Clinton campaign staffer, are also seen on the video agreeing that ripping up voter registration forms from Republicans should be “fine.”

“If I rip up completed VR forms, like 20 of them, I think I’ll just get reprimanded. I don’t think I would get fired,” Mao said.

And Lafauci, after being told that someone else ripped up Republican registration forms, said, “yeah, that should be fine.”

Later in the video, a Project Veritas reporter approaches Mao at a second location and asks, “Hey Wylie. I’d just like to ask you a little bit about the sexual conduct going on with the Hillary campaign. Is the bar pretty low?”

Mao did not respond.

As of Oct. 12, Mao’s Twitter account was offline.