screengrab from https://twitter.com/Project_Veritas/status/1042414647381569537

 

Last week, Project Veritas, that is James O’Keefe’s group of “guerrilla journalists,” posted a series of videos showing various members of the Democratic Socialists of America (Motto: One Man, One Vote, One Time) who also work in the federal government talking smack about how they are using their positions to muck up things in the name of #Resistance to the Trump administration. One of the most interesting targets was a hirsute harpy named Allison Hrabar who worked at Department of Justice.

The name may sound familiar because she was one of the leaders of the mob that harassed Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at a restaurant. And, as I note in my post on the Veritas video, this time, Hrabar might not skate because she seems to admit to committing a felony.

Also in the recording, Allison Hrabar admits that federal government employees are using their power to resist President Trump. She admits that, “…there’s a lot of talk about how we can like, resist from inside,” at the Department of Justice.

Hrabar tells Project Veritas about another federal worker, a fellow member of DSA, who works for the US Department of Agriculture, who is “…slowing what they do” in order help people stay on food stamps longer:

“We have a member who works for the people who distribute food stamps, and they can like take that away, and they’re slowing what they do… what they’re doing means that people are going to be able to stay on food stamps for another month or two, which is like really important.”

Hrabar herself appears to be using government-owned property to perform DSA activism. The video shows a meeting with Cliff Green, another DSA member, stating that Hrabar uses Lexis Nexis to find home addresses for DSA protests:

“So Allison is a paralegal, so she, her living is researching people, so she’s very good at researching people. So, they just find the companies, and then the people that run those companies, and then they find their home address. She uses Lexis Nexis and a couple other software things.”

Using a subscription Lexis/Nexis account to do research for your political group is definitely out of bounds. The eye-popping item is the claim, I underscore claim, made that she uses government resources to run license plates.

screengrab from https://twitter.com/Project_Veritas/status/1042414647381569537

 

The Driver’s Privacy Protection Act makes running someone’s license plates for a non-law enforcement reason a federal crime.

In the video, she boasts that she can’t get fired:

That doesn’t seem to be true:

https://twitter.com/JamesOKeefeIII/status/1044268581536628737/

Hopefully, as the price of engaging in this bullsh** increases, more and more people will check their politics at the door when it comes to carrying out their duties within the federal government.