In a speech to the Republican Party’s Silver Elephant Gala in South Carolina, White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney rejoices in his dirty efforts to unethically remove federal employees who feel safest in “liberal havens.”
The plan to push certain employees out of their positions began in August 2018 when Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced a plan to relocate the National Institute of Food and Agriculture and the Economic Research Service from Washington D.C.
In June, the new location, Kansas City, was announced, and employees were told they would have to relocate their families. Two-thirds of the nearly 400 employees refused and accepted that they would lose their jobs.
Clever as Mulvaney may think he is, what he’s doing is very likely illegal.
At the time of his speech, the Trump Administration also plans to exert a similar scheme on 80% of the staff at the Bureau of Land Management and 5,500 employees at the Office of Personnel Management.
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