In Trump’s White House, Even Broken Clocks Were Not Right Twice Daily

There are no big hands when it is Trump Time!

Absolutely nothing, no grift from the 4th Reich shocks me anymore:

“Two high-ranking Trump political appointees at the Environmental Protection Agency engaged in fraudulent payroll activities — including payments to employees after they were fired and to one of the officials when he was absent from work — that cost the agency more than $130,000, a report by an internal watchdog says.

Being fired is the ultimate time clock. Please punch.

“Former chief of staff Ryan Jackson and former White House liaison Charles Munoz submitted “official timesheets and personnel forms that contained materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements” to mislead EPA personnel and facilitate improper payments over multiple months, according to a report by EPA’s Office of Inspector General.”

Seriously, how can you clock-in AFTER YOU ARE FIRED?!

 

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6 Responses to In Trump’s White House, Even Broken Clocks Were Not Right Twice Daily

  1. Wesley Sandel says:

    Yet Texas has imprisoned a black man for voting.

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  2. “Continuing to pay fired political staff, creating fraudulent records and authorizing improper pay increases represent serious waste of taxpayer funds.″

    No this isn’t a waste of taxpayer funds it’s THEFT of taxpayer funds. This is felony embezzlement.

    WTAF, Justice Department????

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    • Redhand says:

      Initially, I thought that the reason the word “waste” was used rather than “theft” was that an Agency OIG doesn’t have a prosecutorial function, though it does have an “inspection” one. Then I read this in the AP article:

      While the Justice Department has declined to prosecute the former Trump-era officials, “the EPA OIG will do everything within its power to ensure that public officials are held accountable for acts of misconduct during their service,” O’Donnell said.

      A spokesperson for EPA Administrator Michael Regan said the agency “is evaluating the report and potential next steps.″

      WTAF indeed, DoJ? Such decisions are inexplicable to me.

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  3. There are those who call me...tim... (Still posh) says:

    Seriously: I need to know how to do this.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    I am going to show this to my boss. He is a Trumpista and he insists that I show up and actually WORK in order to get paid. I will try to convince him that if he were a TRUE PATRIOT he would fire me but continue to pay me.

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