Nov 30, 2017
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The United States Office of Special Counsel is opening a case file to address allegations against Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway. According to reports, she has violated federal law when she made comments about Roy Moore’s Democratic Challenger. The case is critically serious.

The former director of the office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub, filed a complaint with the Office of Special Counsel last week alleging that Conway violated the Hatch Act, a decades-old law prohibiting federal employees from using their offices to campaign for or against political candidates.

WH defended Conway against @CampaignLegal’s Hatch Act complaint by saying her words about Jones supported POTUS’s agenda. That’s an admission of guilt! Jones’ only relevance to POTUS is his bid for Senate, and the topic was: Does POTUS have the votes in the Senate for a tax bill.

People immediately strated appreciating him on twitter

WH defended Conway against @CampaignLegal’s Hatch Act complaint by saying her words about Jones supported POTUS’s agenda. That’s an admission of guilt! Jones’ only relevance to POTUS is his bid for Senate, and the topic was: Does POTUS have the votes in the Senate for a tax bill. pic.twitter.com/s5GJmiru5i

I am so glad to see the Hatch Act make a comeback. I filed a complaint years ago for a story I was working on. Pleople think they are screaming into the void filing complaints w/the Gov’t but I found the reviewer/s helpful, knowledgeable and responsive.

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