The Democrats have once again violated the Hatch Act. Despite receiving a warning last week that using the term “MAGA” in official correspondence violates the Hatch Act, White House officials continued to use it. This time it was Andrew Bates, White House Deputy Press Secretary who used the term in a memo on Wednesday. The Office of Special Counsel sent out guidelines to federal agencies last week warning them that the term was off-limits as it was too closely associated with former President Donald Trump’s campaign. The Hatch Act limits partisan political activity by government employees in their official capacities to influence elections. Violating the law undermines the integrity of our democracy and risks a lack of accountability.
White House Officials Defy Warning and Persist with ‘MAGA’ Term
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