OH GREAT: EPA Workers Using Encrypted App To Sabotage The Trump Administration

Is it too extreme to suggest that these people should be rounded up and thrown in jail?

They make their living working for a government agency that is funded with our tax dollars and they’re trying to sabotage the Trump administration?

Hot Air reports:

Federal workers using encrypted app to organize ‘The Resistance’ to new administration

The weepy bureaucrats at the EPA have rallied and are now setting up their own resistance communication network within the agency. Politico reports:

At the EPA, a small group of career employees — numbering less than a dozen so far — are using an encrypted messaging app to discuss what to do if Trump’s political appointees undermine their agency’s mission to protect public health and the environment, flout the law, or delete valuable scientific data that the agency has been collecting for years, sources told POLITICO.

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Fearing for their jobs, the employees began communicating incognito using the app Signal shortly after Trump’s inauguration. Signal, like WhatsApp and other mobile phone software, encrypts all communications, making it more difficult for hackers to gain access to them.

One EPA employee even got a new, more secure cellphone, and another joked about getting a “burner phone.”

If these folks want to protest that’s fine.

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But they shouldn’t be able to do it on the taxpayers’ dime.


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