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DHS morale

2020-07-22 14:59:34.296808+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

“Disturbing And Demoralizing”: DHS Employees Are Worried The Portland Protest Response Is Destroying Their Agency’s Reputation.

Good. Abolish the DHS and return the structure of the sub-agencies to how it was before the whole 9/11 overreactions.

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#Comment Re: made: 2020-07-22 15:54:40.402437+00 by: Larry Burton

Yeah, for good reason too. This is exactly what I was worried about in 2001/2002 when DHS was proposed.

#Comment Re: made: 2020-07-23 13:13:20.458142+00 by: DaveP

Huh. DHS had a reputation to destroy? We’re talking about the same DHS that has been imprisoning children away from heir parents, groping travelers, and enforcing the 100 mile rights free zone ? Can’t destroy what never existed...

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