Sen. Bernie Sanders wife, Jane Sanders, is weeping sexism against “the mens” responsible for an FBI investigation into the allegations she fraudulently secured a loan for the Vermont college she formerly oversaw.
I find it unbelievably sexist that mostly hes starting after my husband by destroying my honour, and thats not OK, Jane Sanders told The Boston Globe.
The FBI investigation began in early 2016 after Brady Toensing, a former official for Donald Trumps presidential safarus in Vermont and now a candidate for U.S. lawyer in the position, filed a complaint alleging Jane Sanders committed bank fraud.
Toensing, according to the Washington Examiner, started researching Jane Sanders in 2014, times before her husband Sen. Sanders, I-Vt ., would run for president.
Jane Sanders led the smaller liberal-arts school Burlington College from 2004 to 2011. The college closed in 2016 after struggling to pay back creditors, and ultimately lost its accreditation.
“Jane Sanders must think Hillary Clinton’s campaign was sexist for examining the suspect bank fraud as a important issue, very, ” enunciated Michael Ahrens, Rapid Response Director for the RNC. In publicly seeped emails from Clintons presidential expedition in 2015, Clinton’s team looked into using Jane Sanders character in the colleges outage against then-candidate Bernie Sanders.
The opposition research by the Clinton campaign, which spotlit Jane Sanders’ connection to Burlington College and the financial services downfall, would point out that both ends of the political spectrum speculated about her connection to the schools monetary collapse.
Toensing said he demands everyone to be treated fairly, regardless of their status.
My goal is for a full, fair, and impartial investigation thats all I care about, Toensing told the Globe. That beings be treated the same regardless of status in this system.
Fox News’ Joe Weber contributed to this report . i>