hatch act

At least 13 former Trump administration officials violated the law by intermingling campaigning with their official government duties, according to a new investigation.
Lynne Patton, a former Trump administration official, was found to have violated the Hatch act and will not be allowed to work in the federal government for four years.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel said Patton violated the Hatch Act during Trump's presidency and will not be allowed to serve in government for four years.
"We have what appears to be an immaculate deception," said Navarro, baselessly dismissing Joe Biden's 5 million vote victory margin as a mirage.
Freshman lawmaker gets into heated dispute with White House counselor.
“These requests represent a significant encroachment on OSC’s independence."
The Hatch Act is supposed to prevent officials in the executive branch from using their platform to spread partisan messages. Trump officials don’t seem to care about it.
The senior counselor to the president reportedly violated a law that prohibits government employees from engaging in political activities.
The Hatch Act is not grounds for criminal prosecution. It is grounds to fire a federal employee.
"The result has been more teenage suicides, horrendous school shootings by students who felt bullied or belittled, and now