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A Senior Obama Official is in Big Trouble After Taking Up-Skirt Pics on D.C. Metro

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William Mendoza, a former Senior Official in Obama’s Department of Education was caught following women on the D.C. Metro and taking pictures up their skirts. He was arrested and charged for the actions in November of 2016, and pleaded guilty in January of 2017.

According to a new report by DailyMail.com, Mendoza was forced to step down shortly after being arrested for his voyeuristic acts.

As the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, Mendoza’s tax-payer funded salary was $140,000 a year.

According to documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Mendoza was supposed to be at work when he was taking the lewd pictures, and was using a travel card funded by taxpayers to get onto the Metro to take the pictures.

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According to his attorney, Mendoza has admitted to the incident, and received treatment for the “underlying issues that gave rise to this incident.”

During his time in the Obama Administration, Mendoza was well known for some of his far-left politics. He made a name for himself in his fights against the use of tribal mascots in sports, and became a fixture in anti-Dakota access oil pipeline protests.

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