Sleepwalking Into History

Bennie ‘The Blade’ Carson

Noted mixed-martial arts street fighting brain surgeon Bennie-the-Blade Carson might be in trouble with the Hatch Act for sleepwalking / sleepspeaking Hair Führer’s campaign rally or whatever that thing was:

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson may have violated federal law Tuesday by appearing at a campaign rally for President Trump, The Washington Post reported.

Carson, an appointee and supporter of Trump during the campaign, was introduced with his Cabinet title at the rally in Phoenix.

His appearance at the rally sparked speculation that Carson may have violated the federal Hatch Act, which prohibits executive-branch employees from using their federal positions for political advantage.

The act specifically prohibits Cabinet secretaries from participating in such events in a way that suggests they are doing so in an official capacity, a rule meant to prevent officials from using their positions to promote specific candidates or party platforms. 

I didn’t think he’d shown up for work yet, so I’m surprised.

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6 Responses to Sleepwalking Into History

  1. Jado says:

    “MAY HAVE” ????

    Why is this being reported in such cautious mealy-mouthed terms? How about “apparently violated the Hatch Act”? Is this because the lying cowardly corrupt GOP congress will never charge him?

    If he never gets charged with the crime, does that mean he actually didn’t do it? Is that what “may have” really means?

    This is pathetic. If I di my job this way i would be fired. Journalists need to grow a pair.


  2. roket says:

    Oops. Guess they’re going to have to stop calling these Klan meetings campaign rallies.

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    And Trump MAY HAVE violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. Actually, the violation is as obvious as the orange makeup on his face.


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