Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Senior Secret Service agent suggests she wouldn't take 'a bullet' for Trump

Via Billy


A senior U.S. Secret Service agent posted Facebook condemnations of President Trump during the past seven months, including one in which she said she wouldn't want to "take a bullet" for him.

She explained herself saying she viewed his presidential candidacy as a "disaster" for the country, and especially for women and minorities.

Kerry O'Grady, the special agent in charge of the Secret Service's Denver district, oversees coordination with Washington-based advance teams for all presidential candidate and presidential trips to the area, including all upcoming or future trips by the president, vice president or Trump administration officials.

18 comments:

  1. So explain why she still has a job.

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  2. This bitch needs to be fired RFN. I am from the old school way, do your job, or get fired. What I like the best about President Trump, is the knowledge that we finally after the past eight years of antichrist Obama, have a grown up in charge of the country.

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    1. have a grown up in charge of the country.


      Indeed.

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  3. It was nice back when I voted for Goldwater. Secret Service agents for the most part had a minimum of 4 years military service. Many WW-II & Korean Vets. They to a man (thankfully before emotion driven ladies were accepted)would have followed orders without question or whining. But that was then and, sadly, now is now!

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  4. I am sure there were not a few that felt this way regarding the ex president, but at least they had the professionalism to keep it to themselves or resign.

    What a self serving, self important, and typical liberal.

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  5. She must have been looking forward to the 500+% increase of peaceable Islamic refugees that a President Hillary Clinton promised. I wonder if she would've taken a gang rape for Madam President? Well no, she is allowed to carry a gun or guns, a CHOICE a President Clinton wanted to deny to citizen women and especially, men. --Ron W

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  6. I would think she should look for a different job

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    1. Doubt if she was qualified in the first place.

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  7. Her public statements were an open endorsement for Hillary and were made prior to the election. SS agents are subject to the Hatch Act. Her statements were a violation of that act. In addition to termination she should be charged for violating that law.

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  8. She's been expelled from her peer group. This is a start.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/secret-service-agent-expelled-from-premier-group-for-retired-agents/article/2612951

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    1. Yes and thanks. https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2017/01/secret-service-agent-who-suggested-she.html

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