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The Republican Dark Ages – Donald Trump’s War On Truth – ‘Office That Protects Whistleblowers Fires Warning Shot Across Trump’s Bow’

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I guess the Office of Special Counsel missed this –

‘House Republicans revive obscure rule that allows them to slash the pay of individual federal workers to $1’
‘The Holman Rule, named after an Indiana congressman who devised it in 1876, empowers any member of Congress to propose amending an appropriations bill to single out a government employee or cut a specific program’.

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‘The Office of Special Counsel, an agency that protects whistleblowers in the federal government, on Wednesday issued a reminder that any non-disclosure agreements or policies on employee communications must include language notifying federal employees of their whistleblower rights’.

“Under the anti-gag provision, agencies cannot impose nondisclosure agreements and policies that fail to include required language that informs employees that their statutory right to blow the whistle supersedes the terms and conditions of the nondisclosure agreement or policy,” the OSC press release said’.

From : http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/special-counsel-whistleblower-anti-gag-order

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One thought on “The Republican Dark Ages – Donald Trump’s War On Truth – ‘Office That Protects Whistleblowers Fires Warning Shot Across Trump’s Bow’

  1. I think I have a guess which government agency is getting gagged next…

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