A senior secret service agent has posted on social media in recent months that she will not protect President Trump. This has to be considered a top threat to President Trump and the agent, Kerry O’Grady, needs to be removed immediately from her position in the secret service.
Remember only a few weeks ago a Russian ambassador was murdered on live TV by a man standing behind him that was apart of the security detail charged with protecting him.
The Secret Service and the Trump administration need to do something to figure out what agents they can and can’t trust to protect the President. This is serious, people have called for the President’s assassination and celebrities have called for blowing up the White House.
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A senior U.S. Secret Service agent posted Facebook condemnations ofduring 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.
Despite her senior security role, she has made her disdain for Trump and his incoming administration clear to her Facebook followers, who included current and former Secret Service agents and other people who were employees at the time of the posts. O’Grady’s posts triggered at least one complaint to the office that oversees investigations into Secret Service misbehavior, two knowledgeable sources told the Washington Examiner.
In one Facebook post O’Grady wrote at 11:07 p.m. on a Sunday in October, she endorsedand said she would endure “jail time” rather than “taking a bullet” for what she regarded as a “disaster” for America.
The post didn’t mention Trump by name but clearly referred to him.
In the same post, she mentioned the Hatch Act, which bars executive branch staff, except the president, vice president and some other senior executive officials, from engaging in certain political activities.
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