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This Secret Service Agent Said She Wouldn’t Take A Bullet For President Trump - Regrets It Now

Members of the Secret Service have an incredible job: dying for someone else. Of course, there is a great deal more to the elite security team, but the most essential objective on the job description is to give your life to protect someone else. Generally, they take that objective very seriously. After one Secret Service agent revealed her struggle about defending President Donald Trump, others are turning their back on her.

Kerry O'Grady, who is in charge of the Denver Secret Service office, used to be an associate member of The Association of Former Agents U.S. Secret Service (AFAUSSS). After O'Grady made some comments on Facebook reported by the Washington Examiner, AFAUSSS has expelled the senior agent.

O'Grady endorsed Hillary Clinton during the election and said she was struggling with Hatch Act, the 1939 law that requires employees of the executive branch of government from partisan political influences or coercion. "...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. I am with Her," O’Grady wrote.

Jan Gilhooly, president of AFAUSSS, promptly sent an email to all members. "By 12:00N January 25, 2017, a motion was made by me and seconded and given to the Board of Directors to address the expulsion of Associate Member O'Grady," wrote Gilhooly, citing that members of the Board find O'Grady's comments ‘detrimental.'

The vote for O'Grady's expulsion was unanimous by the board.

The Secret Service is also weighing appropriate disciplinary actions against O'Grady, but has not yet specified any.

Source: The Washington Examiner
Photo: Mad World News

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