President Donald Trump’s slogan was just banned. The White House is stunned and action could be taken soon. This is a stunning turn of events.
“A U.S. Army employee on Monday sent an email invite to likely thousands of military and civilian members for a U.S. Army ‘Operation Inclusion’ listening tour,” reported Breitbart’s Kristina Wong.
According to Wong’s report, the shocking email “included a graphic that said saying ‘MAGA’ is evidence of white supremacy.” However, the U.S. Army responded and said it was “sent in error.”
It has yet to be seen whether there will be any disciplinary action taken over a message with blatantly political and practically partisan content sent using a government-owned email address.
Now, at least one Republican congressman is calling for something to be done. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) said the email was “deeply offensive and racist” and that prosecution is the only recourse.
He could be right. According to the Hatch Act, which was passed in 1939, federal employees cannot engage in political activity while on government time. It is a serious violation.
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