A disabled elderly government employee claims she’s complained for years about relentless harassment from co-workers over her support for President Trump, and nothing happened.
But when 69-year-old Wanda Wooten posted pictures of the president and his family in her work station at the U.S. Geological Survey, she was promptly investigated for alleged violations of the Hatch Act, a federal law that prohibits campaign material in the workplace, The Daily Caller reports.
Wooten said she came to work one day in late February this year to find a note from her supervisor, who removed a picture of President Trump and two of first lady Melania Trump and chided her for breaking the rules. […]
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