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Madison Cawthorn’s ex-staffer just spilled a whole pot of tea: “I have a LOT of good stories”

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One of Madison Cawthorn‘s ex-staffers is throwing a little tea party and everyone’s invited.In a leaked phone recording released this week, Lisa Wiggins, who worked as a case worker and campaign aide to the anti-LGBTQ congressman before she was fired, described her ex-boss as a “habitual liar” and a “bad person.”Wiggins made the remarks to David Wheeler, the co-founder of a PAC nicknamed Fire Madison Cawthorn.“He’s a habitual liar and he’s going to say and do anything he can to your face but behind your back he’s completely opposite,” Wiggins said. “People need to know how this man really is… He’s still got a lot of people fooled.”Wiggins just filed a workplace complaint against Cawthorn, who recently took to Twitter to spout his belief that “there’s only one God and two genders”, of violating the Family and Medical Leave Act by rejecting her request to take leave when she was going through a family crisis.There’s only one God and two genders.

Get back to common sense!— Madison Cawthorn (@CawthornforNC) April 19, 2022“What he’s done to me was illegal, morally wrong, you name it, it’s been done,” Wiggins told Wheeler, adding that Cawthorn denied her time-off request after her uncle passed away and her husband had a heart attack both in the same week.According to the U.S.

Department of Labor, under the Family and Medical Leave, eligible employees are entitled to “unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons.”But Wiggins’ grievances don’t stop there.Smoky Mountain News reports:Wiggins went on to make a number of other claims against her former employer, including that there were more liquor bottles in the Hendersonville office than water bottles, and that she hadn’t seen the congressman she worked.

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