In a typical book that a parent would read to their child, the story would revolve around good versus evil, and that at the end of the day, good triumphs over evil, and evil is destroyed. We see that over an over again not only in fairytales, but also in opera and great literature.
What is most unfortunate though is the fact that there are times in this unfair world where evil wins out. Or, evil wins for a long time, and by the time a scandal appears to hold someone accountable, those responsible sneak out of trouble. We have seen this time and time again with the Clintons and Obamas.
But there is one story here that is on the precipice of being good, with a hidden element of evil on the inside. The good news is that the Secret Service agent that posted on Facebook that she would not take a bullet for President Trump has been fired from her post. The bad news is that she may still be able to land another government job and cash in on a pension in retirement.
From The Washington Examiner:
About two weeks ago, the Secret Service placed the agent’s prior post — the special agent in charge of the Denver District, the top job in that office — on a list of agency openings, according to two Secret Service sources.
Kerry O’Grady, the agent in question, is on administrative leave amid an internal Secret Service investigation into her Facebook comments about Trump.
They are worried that she will be transferred to another division of the Homeland Security Department and allowed to serve out her time until she can retire with a pension as the agency has done with other officials in the public crosshairs.
For someone to be removed from her post based upon her unwillingness to complete her job duties means she needs to be out of government work forever! We need to continue to drain this swamp of government looters and send them back to the private sector, where their job performance is required to stay employed. Hopefully she is unable to latch onto another government job.
More information about Kerry O’Grady can be found here:
Source: The Washington Examiner