Hating Secret Service agent learns fate

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"And I would take jail time over a bullet or an endorsement for what I believe to be disaster to this country and the strong and wonderful women and minorities who reside here", O'Grady posted to Facebook, according to the Washington Times.

In the same post where she made her controversial comments, O'Grady also said that she struggles to not violate the Hatch Act, which prevents federal employees from posting comments on social media or other places on the internet that "advocate for or against a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office or partisan political group". Hatch Act be damned.

The Washington Examiner reported that O'Grady then told her Facebook followers, which included former and current Secret Service agents, that she couldn't protect Trump.

According to the Washington Examiner, Kerry O'Grady, the agent in question, has been permanently removed from her senior position.

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The agents are reportedly concerned that she will be moved to another section of the Homeland Security Department and allowed to serve there until she can retire with a pension, because that is what has been done with other officials who were subject to public criticism. While it is normal in the event of a demotion or punishment for an agent with many years of service to be given a quiet desk job, cries have swelled online to have O'Grady jailed.

O'Grady's Facebook post stated that she thought Trump would be a disaster for the USA and said she supported Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

"Snuck by secret service to catch this selfie". Smith was forced to resign when the agency was under pressure from Congress after a string of security lapses.

Secret Service agents guarding President and first lady Trump on inauguration day, January 20, 2017.