by George Leef
Attorney Hans Bader shows that her DNC speech was not entirely truthful.
Oh, but she is a victim and shouldn’t be subjected to tough scrutiny. But I can’t see how she was victimized at all. She was paid less than male co-workers. When she found that out (which was much earlier than she claimed, as Bader demonstrates), she could have told the company that she thought she should be paid more. It might or might not have agreed, depending on her real value. If it didn’t agree to a pay increase, she could have looked for employment elsewhere, with compensation commensurate with her productivity. She did neither, preferring to wait and then go to court and sue. Of course, the party of irresponsibility and dependency regards her as something of a saint.