“Our #POTUS’s birthday is August 4. He’ll be 51. I’m donating at least $51 to give him the best birthday present ever: a second term.”
And with that tweet, former attorney and Federal Election Committee employee April Sands broke the law.
Sands violated the Hatch Act, which restricts federal workers from using their time on job in a political manner.
And now, just months after being caught and resigning, her hard drive has vanished.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) on Monday made yet another request to the federal government for details about a crashed hard drive that may have contained information allowing criminal charges to be brought against a federal official.
Issa noted that while Sands admitted to violating the law, the FEC just recently told Congress that it could not recover her hard drive, which made it impossible to seek criminal charges against her.
This starting to sound familiar?
“The bias exhibited in these messages is striking, especially for an attorney charged with the responsibility to enforce federal election laws fairly and dispassionately,” Issa wrote.
Wonder what will become of this one…
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