Allison Hrabar is a far left activist who was employed by the Department of Justice. During the summer, she led a mob which harassed DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in a Washington, DC restaurant.
She was recently caught on camera in a sting during which she admitted to some questionable on the job practices. She also bragged that she couldn’t be fired. Now she has been fired.
PJ Media reports:
Socialist Resistance Leader Allison Hrabar ‘No Longer an Employee’ at DOJ
The far-left Department of Justice employee who was caught on video saying that she couldn’t get fired, apparently got fired.
In an undercover Project Veritas video, resistance leader Allison Hrabar admitted that she does research on the home addresses and license plates of private individuals so she and her socialist comrades can harass the individuals at their homes.
Hrabar led the Marxist mob that hounded Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out of a D.C. Mexican restaurant last June.
About a dozen members of the D.C. chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) crashed Nielsen’s meal, wielding pro-illegal immigrant placards and chanting “shame!”
“Kirstjen Nielsen, you’re a villain, locking up immigrant children,” the activists shriek in the video. “The f*ing gall. Shame on you. Sham, shame, shame, fascist pig!”…
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Project Veritas released a statement from Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores on Monday indicating that Hrabar has either been fired or resigned from her paralegal post.
“She is no longer an employee,” Ms. Flores said in the statement.
DEVELOPING AT JUSTICE DEPT: DOJ Director of Public Affairs Sarah Isgur Flores confirmed to Project Veritas regarding official we caught discussing resistance inside DOJ, saying: “She is no longer an employee.” #DeepStateUnmasked pic.twitter.com/RfGT7bufJm
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) September 24, 2018
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