The media is very selective about the scandals it covers. And the ones that it doesn't.
If Rob Porter had worked for Obama, you would have never heard of him. Case in point.
A married senior official in President Obama's Department of Education was convicted of sex crimes and resigned for following women on the DC Metro and taking pictures up their skirts, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.
William Mendoza, 42, the former executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, stepped down after he was arrested and charged with attempted voyeurism in November, 2016, for the vile acts.
Mendoza, who earned $140,000 a year as a policy advisor in Obama's White House, tried to take photos and videos up women's skirts at least four times on his government-issued iPhones in July 2016 without their consent.
When he took the indecent photos, he was supposed to be at work and was using a travel card funded by the taxpayer, according to documents obtained by DailyMail.com through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Of course he was. That's what "work" looks like for lefty policy advisers. Just ask Oxfam.
Throughout his tenure working for the Obama Administration, Mendoza tried to get Native Americans get better access to education and also rallied against the use of tribal mascots in sport
So at least his politics were politically correct. Like Obama, he really hated the Redskins.
He has at least three children, is part of the Oglala-Sicangu Lakota tribe and is a fixture of the protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline with his wife, Heather.
I hope those women at the protests were being careful.
In April 2017, the Department of Education’s Office of the Inspector General advised he should be barred from federal employment ‘due to suitability’.
This wasn’t the only time Mendoza came under scrutiny for his conduct during his time in office.
An autistic man said he punched him and called him a ‘weetard’ for wearing a Washington Redskins sweater in 2015, a year before his run in with police.
Barrett Dahl, 28, says he was at a Native American gathering in Washington, DC in October 2015 when appointee Mendoza spotted him wearing the sweater.
'He comes to me and says you're a "weetard" for wearing a Redskins shirt,' Dahl told Oklahoma TV station KFOR at the time.
'He says where are you from that you're such a "weetard," you don't understand that you're offending me?'
That's the left in a nutshell.