Harry Reid’s Sexist Crony Gets the Boot

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Last fall, the entire commission sent an extraordinary letter to the White House expressing “grave concerns” about Jaczko the Jerk’s continued boorishness.

“We believe that his actions and behavior are causing serious damage to this institution and are creating a chilled work environment at the NRC,” wrote NRC commissioners Kristine L. Svinicki (Republican), George Apostolakis (Democrat), William D. Magwood IV (Democrat) and William C. Ostendorff (Republican). Commission staff detailed how Jaczko’s “shaking angry” rage-fests caused at least one woman to cry and prompted Svinicki to have a staffer accompany her whenever she was in Jaczko’s presence.

As if being a data doctor, control freak and chauvinist pig weren’t enough, Jaczko added liar to his resume. Two weeks ago, Jaczko testified before Congress that he was unaware of any incidents in which he was accused of intimidating NRC staff. But internal GOP sources at NRC told Capitol Hill oversight staff that Jaczko personally had apologized to three female employees.

Where were all the Democratic femme-a-gogues who have spent the entire year braying about the GOP War on Women? Defending Reid’s sexist crony, of course. Democratic California Sen. Barbara Boxer blamed the nuclear industry and complained of a “witch hunt.”

Let there be no doubt: If Jaczko had been a Republican, Sen. Boxer, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sandra Fluke and Gloria Allred would be hosting anti-bullying conferences and workplace safety summit tours with his victims from now until November.

This is now the second high-profile resignation of an Obama green thug. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Al Armendariz, the combative enviro-crat who vowed to “crucify” businesses that challenged the administration’s regulatory tyranny, stepped down last month. GOP watchdogs have done their jobs on Capitol Hill. But it’s up to voters at the ballot box to get to the root of the problem — and kick the head goon-in-chief to the curb.

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  • StephenD

    Michelle, why do you hold back so? Please tell us how you really feel. I LOVE you Michelle!!

  • Jimi Belton

    yes dear lady, you do say the truth with such a great professional use of words….You are my most favored Commentor….the liberals would give their gold teeth if they had just one M. Milkin….We do also love you dear lady…..keep up the pressure on the Goon in chief…..jb

  • wctaqiyya

    There is something deeply disturbing about a 'conservative' playing the 'sexist' card. The guy was rude and made a girl cry. So, he is automatically a 'misogynist'? It would sustain your credibility and advance your argument if you just stuck with the pertinent facts Ms Malkin. I like your work, but I do not support your use of feminist, politically correct, thought crime tools. If you believe girls should be protected from unpleasant situations so their feelings don't get hurt, are you not just another leftist? Stick with the facts about Yucca mountain, the relevant decisions and opinions of the people involved and leave that commie-speak cr*p to the commies.

    • boogies daddy

      There is no excuse for any employer to bring a subordinate worker to tears. Three times? That's a pattern.

      Malkin actually did state facts about the Yucca Mt. political scene.

      • wctaqiyya

        Yes, she did state some facts. My point was that her PC nonsense clouds the picture. That emotional stuff, unless it amounts to real intimidation, is mostly bogus. Further, whether this guy should or should not be fired for substantial intimidation and/or harassment has nothing to do with the Yucca mountain issue. It's a distraction. He probably is a major jerk, but I'm not going to take some politically correct commission's word for it. Further, jerks being a dime a dozen, in both parties, is not newsworthy. Unless the whole article is about intimidation, which might be interesting for some and actually inform us about that issue with facts and stuff. In this article, I would have preferred more facts about Yucca. By the way, I like your web name.

  • "gunner"

    it seems that while we're hearing an outcry against "bullying" in the schools we've got a generation of grown up schoolyard bullies in public office. perhaps i'm holding to old fashioned notions, but i think that common courtesy between bosses and employees should be the rule, regardless of gender. a screaming tyrant is not an effective leader.

  • bruce

    if he had scared my wife enough to maker her cry i would have shown him what scary really is.