A stunt that has now gone viral because it is anti-Trump

Is anyone else getting a little sick of these anti-Trump stunts? It’s honestly convoluted at this point. Pointless, and meaningless to those of who actually want to see our country lead in a better direction. And some of them are all just so stupid… 

Case in point…

As Written and Reported By Karen Townsend for Hot Air:

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An article in the Washington Post told the story of Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts, a state government employee in Montana who abruptly quit his job as a legal secretary with the state’s department of labor rather than do his job. He claims he wanted no part of subpoenas issued by ICE for labor data that he would be responsible for processing. His secretarial duties were to assist the lawyers in processing the documents. Then he went public.

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The social justice warrior with a background mired in an abusive childhood said he couldn’t possibly take part in something that would break up families, though he failed to offer up any evidence that these specific documents would do so. It’s all about this guy’s feelings. So he quit, though his wife works part-time as substitute librarian while she goes to graduate school, they have a four-year-old child, two cats and $900.00 in his bank account. Since he quit his job, he will not be eligible for unemployment benefits. How’s that for supporting his own family?

As I read, I thought that this is just someone who found an excuse to quit his job and blame it on ICE, and, no doubt, President Trump. It’s a stunt. Though the article doesn’t say how long the man has been employed with the state agency, ICE confirms that 14 subpoenas have been issued since 2014 from the Department of Homeland Security and the agency is required to respond.

Carl Rusnok, a regional spokesman for ICE, said the agency routinely issues subpoenas to local, state and federal departments, as well as private companies, as part of ongoing investigations. Rusnok declined to comment further.

Montana’s labor department has received 14 subpoenas from the federal Department of Homeland Security since 2014, and the state ….


Montana man quits state job over ICE subpoenas, cites moral decision

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