Louis, it seems you do not understand the difference between free speech and abuse of power.
Eric Hartman

That would be you, not me. She was not even fired, she quit and later attempted to claim her being exposed as a far left PAC executive made her employment unbearable.

If her conduct in connection with her PAC and other groups was no big deal, why did she conceal her behaviors from her employer?

I believe if you were to look closer she was allowed to quit but would have been fired for ethics violations connected to banking practices and their involvement with political PAC money etc.

But no matter, at the end of the day my point is very clear, all he did was inform them of something one of their employees was doing, that is not an abuse of anything. What power did he unfairly wield? It was up to the employer to decide what would happen based on that information.

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