National security staffer quit after 8 days in Trump White House

 

CBS News 2/25/2017

WASHINGTON -- A White House national security staffer resigned after eight days in the Trump administration. The Maryland woman is a Muslim-American whose family emigrated from Bangladesh.

She was a holdover from the Obama White House who had hoped to stay.

 

I was surprised to read that the Trump administration chose to keep an Obama "security adviser staffer" on the job close to the President at all.   Since she quit within 8-days we will never know if she was slated to be replaced.

 

Also, there would be a problem with keeping a security staffer who identifies as a "Muslim-American", no direct statement that she was a citizen, and was strongly opposed to the new administration's policies on immigration.

Anyone in a national security staff position who identifies themselves as a religion hyphenated American has alliance issues, especially when they proudly and openly identifies with an incompatible religious group that adheres to a doctrine to kill most Americans.  Why didn't she identify as a Bangladesh-American?

 

Ahmed said one of the last straws for her was the president’s executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Less than two weeks into the Trump presidency, she quit.

“Walking into that building was becoming more and more difficult every single day because everything that administration was doing stood against what I stood for as both an American and a Muslim,” Ahmed said.

 

Pehaps she did not the stomach to be an Obama spy and source of one of the leaks to the fake new media.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments (8)

  1. willsblog

    Until and unless we can properly KNOW their intentions, allegiances and affiliations we should be wary of anyone who claims to be Muslim. Too many innocent people have been slaughtered.

    February 27, 2017
  2. fuall

    She was such a low level “staffer” that they don’t even mention what her job was supposed to be, other than ‘Whiner in Chief.’ She gave it a grand total of EIGHT DAYS before simply giving up and quitting. But, of course, it had to be Trumps fault. People weren’t falling over themselves to kiss her ass, IN EIGHT DAYS, so, you know, they all fucking hate her because there’s NOTHING ELSE going on in the first EIGHT DAYS of a presidential transition, and EVERYONE has loads and loads of time to coddle her and soothe her aching asshole.

    February 27, 2017
    1. Munkyman

      smells like she’s trying to lay the groundwork for a hostile workplace lawsuit.

      February 27, 2017
      1. fuall

        After eight days? I don’t think so. You have to prove an ongoing “pattern” to constitute a “hostile work environment.” A chaotic environment and one’s ‘hurt feelings’ (aka cauliflower sphincter) doesn’t rise to that level. And let’s also not forget that this dumbass KNEW who she would be expected to work for. Just because she showed up and only lasted eight days, we’ve ALL known since last Nov. who was going to be POTUS on Jan. 21st. She had a lot of time to make her peace with that, or not, but CHOSE to show up anyway to be a complete cunt for her 15 minutes.

        February 27, 2017
        1. Munkyman

          You can’t think of a single court that would like to hear that case, just for the “justice” to get his Ito moment.

          February 27, 2017
          1. fuall

            I CAN think of a lot of courts that would “like” to hear that, it just doesn’t allow for it in any laws. So, unless she can find a lawyer willing to make a false claim and look as stupid as a lawyer CAN look, I doubt that’ll happen.

            February 27, 2017
          2. fuall

            Legal Requirements for a Hostile Environment
            The legal requirements for a hostile work environment include these.

            The actions or behavior must discriminate against a protected classification such as age, religion, disability, or race.
            The behavior or communication must be pervasive, lasting over time, and not limited to an off-color remark or two that a coworker found annoying. These incidents should be reported to Human Resources for needed intervention.
            The problem becomes significant and pervasive if it is all around a worker, continues over time, and is not investigated and addressed effectively enough by the organization to make the behavior stop.
            The hostile behavior, actions, or communication must be severe. Not only is it pervasive over time, but the hostility must seriously disrupt the employee’s work. The second form of severity occurs if the hostile work environment interferes with an employee’s career progress. For example, the employee failed to receive a promotion or a job rotation as a result of the hostile behavior.
            It is reasonable to assume that the employer knew about the actions or behavior and did not sufficiently intervene. Consequently, the employer can be liable for the creation of a hostile work environment.

            February 27, 2017
  3. fuall

    Good question, by the way. Why do they say “Muslim-American”? They don’t say Catholic-American when talking about those of European descent. I’ve never heard of a Baptist-American to describe a portion of the US South, or Mormon-Americans to describe those of Utah. Just another way the MSM and the liberal Democrats to keep dividing the weakest groups and keeping them angry at others. By identifying them in this way it places special emphasis on their religion, which is then used to justify the hateful rhetoric they spew if anyone speaks out against them. Then it’s already been reframed from a security/immigration issue to one of religious freedom. Same ‘divide-and-conquer’ strategy used by the Democrats every time. When you have no argument on the merits of a topic, simply change the subject. ‘Emails? What about Russia!?’

    February 27, 2017