Secret Service Agent Who Won’t Take A Bullet for Trump Removed from Position

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A top Secret Service agent who said on Facebook that she wouldn’t take a bullet for President Donald Trump has been removed from her position, the Washington Examiner reported.

Kerry O’Grady was the special agent in charge of the Denver district, meaning she was in charge of supervising all of the president’s visits to the area. However, she caused quite a scandal last October when she implied she would not protect Trump.

“As a public servant for nearly 23 years, I struggle not to violate the Hatch Act. So I keep quiet and skirt the median,” O’Grady wrote in a Facebook post first discovered by the Washington Examiner. “To do otherwise can be a criminal offense for those in my position. Despite the fact that I am expected to take a bullet for both sides.”

“But this world has changed and I have changed. And I would take jail time over a bullet or an endorsement for what I believe to be disaster to this country and the strong and amazing women and minorities who reside here.

“Hatch Act be damned,” she concluded. “I am with Her.”

The Hatch Act stipulates, among other things, that federal employees “may not post a comment to a blog or a social media site that advocates for or against a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group” or “may not use any email account or social media to distribute, send or forward content that advocates for or against a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group.”

O’Grady, who claimed to be a sexual assault victim, said she was reacting to accusations that Trump had sexually assaulted women.

While the Secret Service was aware of the postings, O’Grady was not removed until the Examiner discovered the comments. Then she was temporarily removed pending an investigation. The Examiner confirmed Sunday that removal would be permanent.

However, several agents expressed concern to the Examiner that she would be allowed to remain within the Department of Homeland Security and thus maintain her pension.

The idea that anyone who says she wouldn’t be willing to take a bullet for the one individual whom she’s supposed to protect would be allowed to stay within a department whose chief function is our security is beyond me, but the rationale of the federal government has never been terribly coherent.

That said, the fact that O’Grady has been removed is the important thing. The Secret Service shouldn’t tolerate personnel who will disregard the safety of the president for personal political reasons.

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Why not FIRED? She certainly deserves that as a remedy.

The Secret Service has been in the news in the past few days or weeks for violating their duties and their oaths of office

It all goes back to the facts of for the past 8 years lawlessness within our government and their many 'people' who work for the government think they have the right to do as they please not to the good of our nation but for their own good. 

Goes back - or before - to the SS in South America under Hillary Clinton using our tax money to pay for hookers, to this woman stating  “Hatch Act be damned,” ... “I am with Her.”  to the 'being walked out of the White House' of several SS employees, to the loss of the lap-top computer out of a SS vehicle, upon which is exacuation plans for The President of The United States, and other classified information from her/his drive-way in New York City.

Draining the Swamp is going to be a lot more difficult than what most of We The People think, is going to take, some within the administration of President Trump a lot of head-slapping, sleepless nights and yes a lot of financial worry. 


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Newsweek’s Headquarters
Raided By The NYPD

The headquarters of Newsweek was raided by the NYPD Thursday morning. Police reportedly took photos of the magazine’s servers.

New York Post reports:

About two dozen NYPD officers and investigators from the Manhattan district attorney’s office raided the offices of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, on Thursday.

IBT Media was co-founded by Jonathan Davis and Etienne Uzac. The IRS placed a $1.2 million federal tax lien against Uzac in December 2017.

The agents were said to be photographing servers in the offices, but not downloading any files at the offices on 7 Hanover Square, according to sources.

Few details have emerged from the raid.

“Looking into reports that the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office @ManhattanDA raided Newsweek/IBT Offices today….sources say police have been there for hours. The DA has declined to comment,” tweeted reporter Avi Asher-Schapiro.

Newsweek is also in the news Thursday after an “insider” told The Wrap editor Jon Levine that the magazine has abandoned journalism for “rage clicks,” in the Trump-era.

“Newsweek was once a premiere media organization and an incredible springboard for young journalists hoping to grow a name for themselves,” the source told Levine.

“The company culture has turned the newsroom into a toxic work environment, while the publication has descended into a content farm for last-resort clickbait,” the source added.

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