Unstable Activist Allison Hrabar, Who Threatened DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, is a Federal Employee Within The DOJ….

Well, for anyone who was wondering about the institutional and political bias within the U.S. Department of Justice, here’s more information.

Meet DOJ employee Ms. Allison Hrabar.

Last night DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was eating dinner at a local restaurant in Washington DC when a rage-filled activist mob went after her and her husband.  The mob are members of the violent MDC-DSA group: Metro DC Democrat Socialists of America.  The lead agent within the mob was Ms. Allison Hrabar; who is also an employee of the Department of Justice.

Ms. Allison Hrabar was very excited about the confrontation and took to twitter to share her joy.  Her twitter handle is:  @allisongeroi  The Daily Caller has more:

One of the activists who chased Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen out of a Mexican restaurant Tuesday night over the Trump administration’s immigration policies is an employee of the Department of Justice, The Daily Caller News Foundation has confirmed.

Members of the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America crashed Nielsen’s meal with a demonstration full of chants and other outbursts.

One of those participants, Allison Hrabar, actually works for the Trump administration — as a paralegal in the DOJ.  […]  The Washington Examiner spoke with Hrabar Wednesday and she defended her behavior as off government time and a use of her First Amendment rights.

“If you see these people in public, you should remind them that they shouldn’t have peace,” she told The Examiner. “We aren’t the only ones who can do this. Anyone who sees Kirstjen Nielsen at dinner, anyone who sees anyone who works at DHS and ICE at dinner can confront them like this, and that’s what we hope this will inspire people to do.”

[…]  Hrabar has worked at the DOJ since July 2016. Prior to that, she was a student at the selective Swarthmore College where tuition runs over $50,000 annually. She previously attended a charter school in Arizona. (read more)

Many people often wonder what happens to young, generally over-indulged, activists who don’t think about the logical consequences to their actions.  It is likely anytime a prospective employer does a background check on Allison Hrabar they will encounter hundreds of headlines surrounding this event.  Her career options are likely gone as a direct result.

Perhaps her Arizona family is independently wealthy and able to compensate Allison Hrabar for the loss in future employment or career advancement.  However, generally speaking the downstream consequences upon the family of the socialist/activist also end-up negatively impacted.

A few minutes of gleeful fist-pumping joy plays well with the political comrades, but the ultimate end results, the life-consequences, are rarely thought through.

Oh well; resist we much…

Funny that. 

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999 Responses to Unstable Activist Allison Hrabar, Who Threatened DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, is a Federal Employee Within The DOJ….

  1. I hope she gets fired and it is reported somewhere so we are informed.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. covfefe999 says:

    Got this from a reply to a tweet from her commie group’:

    Liked by 6 people

  3. covfefe999 says:

    When the commie group she belongs to staged their last riot, Allison broke into the nearest weave store and headed straight for the eyebrow aisle.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Zippy says:

    Socialism – the utopia appealing only to IDIOTS who don’t realize that it contradicts the fundamental human nature which hasn’t changed in thousands of years which describes these priorities IN ORDER:

    1. Family and self
    2. Nation and culture
    3. Everyone and everything else

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    • Gary says:

      Unfortunately for the human species to survive those need to be reversed in order:

      Species first
      Tribe second
      Individual third


      • Bruce Sorensen says:

        No. The survival of the tribe and then the species are the logical outgrowth of the individual cooperating first and foremost with family, then family units expand into clans or tribes and so on. Individual self interest is hard wired into all of us as it must and should be, but it is moderated by the need for group alliances to survive against other groups. Your “trickle down” species first theory is both realistically and theoretically unworkable, but will never stop a Liberal from inhabiting a world that requires a sense of moral superiority to be somewhat happy.

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      • G. Combs says:


        The species does not survive if the adult parents do not protect themselves (and offspring)

        A LIVE breeding adult is worth more to the species than an infant without an adult to protect it.

        A tribe can regenerate if individuals survive.

        Liked by 2 people

      • dayallaxeded says:

        Wrong! While tribal and species level devotion provides a decided survival advantage when balanced with individual and immediate family survival instincts, when those “impulses” overwhelm individual and immediate family devotions, they become perverse and ultimately counter-productive. You can see this on graphic display in England, Sweden, Austria, France, etc. and in USA “sanctuary” communities. Their species-level devotion has overwhelmed and blotted out all individual judgment and with it, responsibility and survival instincts. At some point, perhaps already reached in some communities, there will be a cascade effect which, in hindsight, will look like a genocide or extinction event–that is, unless people with gumption, like PDJT, Tommy Robinson, Viktor Orbán, Geert Wilders, etc. manage to wake people up and turn it around.

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        • Gary says:

          I respectfully disagree and will add that both of your responses clearly illustrate ( to me )why we are where we are. The human species is the most self-indulgent of all species, it’s getting worse with each passing generation, and your need to place the individual over all others clearly proves this. As recently as 100-150 years ago an individuals day was filled with nothing but responsibilities pertaining to it’s own survival, today…not so much, and you know what they say about “idle hands”. The headlines reflect this.
          There is nothing “liberal” about what I am saying, in fact some might actually find the “commonsense” you talked about Bruce. If the species falls, the tribes fall, and exactly where does that leave the individual? Try looking at what I’m saying in a much broader sense, it has absolutely nothing to do with moral superiority, and everything to do with species survival. The earth has a lifespan, if the human is to survive it needs to apply an intellectual thought process in order to achieve this and frankly I just don’t see that happening. Think….. wasted intellectual resources.

          Thank you both for your thoughtful responses.


          • dalethorn says:

            Disagree strongly. Your theory sounds good, but unfortunately the “intellectual thought process” is owned by the “progressives” and that will not change. There’s a Moral Thought Process that’s higher than the “intellectual thought process” which belongs to us, and it will have to be enforced onto the “progressives” no matter how much they kick and scream and run to the courts. Life is brutal in much of the world, and history is full of that. The “progressives” are backing us into a corner and the pushback is going to be ugly, but necessary.


        • Gary says:

          I believe you are describing ethic devotion since we’re all humans Day.


          • Bruce Sorensen says:

            I appreciate the overall tone of this discussion. By “ethic devotion”, I assume you meant “ethnic devotion”? Not sure how to interpret that. I hope not a sly way to imply I am a racist. I just see the individual as the building block of society. Any individual. Thanks for the interesting perspectives.


  5. Crystal Cruey says:

    I just went to their twitter feed and wonder why these democratic socialists do not work so hard to make sure American born children are not living in poverty and crime? I really hope she still does not have a job using my hard-earned taxpaying money.

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  6. covfefe999 says:

    Google search on this b’s twitter handle reveals some interesting remnants. Allison’s reply is visible.


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  7. doohmax says:

    So this DOJ employee physically intimidates a Cabinet official in a public place. Then yesterday a Congressional intern……yes, an intern, yells “F You, Mr. President”, in the halls of Congress to his face. Will there be any consequences for these outbursts or has our society descended into total Trump derangement insanity where anything goes as long as its derogatory toward Trump? Does anyone remember the Missouri rodeo clown who wore the Obama mask? Do you remember the unbridled derision and condemnation unleashed by the national media on this poor guy? My how times have changed since the days when black Jesus was at the helm of government. As a postscript, the Missouri Fair Commission afterwards demanded that any clown hired by the Missouri Rodeo Cowboy Association would be required to undergo “sensitivity training”. I’m not kidding. Unbelievable.

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    • Krystal says:

      People were also fired for anti Obama comments on their private FB pages (some “friends” reported it) I remember one lady was told that she could not have anti Obama comments as she served the public and it would appear racist. I think she was a dispatcher for a fire department and she was fired. Double standard.
      This restaurant’s Yelp page is being monitored due to media reports so they are being protected too.

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  8. HickTick says:

    Are they not any ETHICS rules for DOJ employees , or did zero do away with them .


    • Bendix says:

      I don’t think “after work hours” applies to someone who works for the government yet physically harasses and threatens a government officer for carrying out her lawful duties.
      I kind of think you don’t get to work against your government’s laws and those who carry them out, just because it’s quittin’ time.
      I’m also reasonably certain that workers in the federal government do not get to harass co-workers over work-related matters, just because they are off the clock.
      There is no First Amendment right to harassment of an individual in a private establishment.
      I hope the owner of the restaurant has her arrested.

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    • Sharon says:

      Do you really believe that any of the rules, including ethics rules, apply to government employees?

      In theory, yes. In reality, no.

      Whether or not the rules apply depends on who’s in charge at the moment. Within the agencies and bureaucracies, in many cases, the left is firmly in charge. It should have been obvious from the git-go and just electing Trump was not going to magically solve the rotting foundations. Of course, his election was/is essential, but one person cannot turn the ship easily when the crews in the belly are following their own orders.

      This did not start with obama. Not by a long shot. It was deeply embedded by the time millions of stupid, stupid, stupid voters voted for him.

      It sure greased the skids for him but it did NOT start with him. If he was the primary problem, his removal would be the solution. His removal and their continuing presence and influence serves to reveal that the problem is far deeper than most comprehended.


  9. pnj01 says:

    Hrabar is a DOJ paralegal. Her tweets show she has committed a violation of the DC Criminal Code (22-1321 among other things). DOJ employees should not be committing criminal offenses. This behavior ought to be reviewed by Jeff Sessions, since he is doing nothing else with his time apparently and the woman ought to be fired through whatever process the DOJ has set up no need for an IG Review though we don’t have forever).

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    • Bendix says:

      I know that physical threats are grounds for immediate dismissal of unionized state workers at the lowest levels.
      This dumb broad reminds me of the schoolyard bullies who used “off school property” as a way to escape punishment for their foul deeds.
      We don’t allow that anymore. Doesn’t she keep up?
      Anyone working for a law enforcement organization needs to respect the law, not look for childish brat ways of getting around it.
      You aren’t upholding your duties if you are working against them in your off hours.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      According to the Office of the Special Counsel Guide for social media, there are significant Hatch Act restrictions of concern as it applies to Federal Government employees.

      All federal employees may not:

      1. Use a social media account in your official capacity to engage in political activity at any time (but including your official title/position on a social media profile is allowed).
      2. Tweet, retweet, share, or like a post or content that solicits political contributions at any time.

      3. Like or follow the social media page of a candidate for partisan office or partisan group while on duty or in the workplace.

      4. Engage in political activity via social media while on duty or in the workplace. In addition, further restricted employees may not:

      a. Link to or post the material of a partisan group or candidate for partisan office at any time.

      b. Share or retweet the social media pages or posts of a partisan group or candidate for partisan office at any time.

      I make no claims regarding the enforcement of the OPM’s special counsel guide.

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  10. covfefe999 says:

    Commie b Hrabar protesting in front of someone’s home. Nice camo jacket, but where’s the Che Guevara button and Palestinian scarf?

    Liked by 2 people

  11. I have that same Groucho nose and glasses but I didn’t cut the mustache off mine……..


  12. Popoy says:

    Let me ask something: Since when did the liberals, Democrats and Hollywood hypocrites cared about children? Let’s start with thousands odlf little children ripped violently from the womb of their own mothers!

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Mike says:

    This morning I emailed AG Sessions the following;

    “AG Sessions,

    By now I hope you are aware of numerous news reports of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielson being harassed to the point of her and her husband having to flee a public restaurant. This was a CRIME. I am retired LE, this was disorderly conduct at a minimum. The perpetrators are a group that proudly call themselves the “Metro DC Democrat Socialists” and the leader of the group in this incident proudly identifies herself as “Allison Hrabar.” Hrabar has bragged about this on twitter, “@allisongeroi.”

    It has been further reported that MS Hrabar is AN EMPLOYEE OF YOUR JUSTICE DEPARTMENT.

    She needs to face criminal consequences for her criminal behavior, and be disciplined if not fired for her behavior. If YOU do not take appropriate action, it is just a matter of time before someone gets physically hurt.”

    Liked by 13 people

  14. I think we all have to agree that Ms. Hphubar has the right to express her opinions, and even to take action in furtherance of those opinions when she is off the clock.

    We are also free, to suspect that she, and others like her, quietly take action in furtherance of her opinions when she is at work, engaged in official duties that impact the lives of citizens. We are also free to decide when we have collected a sufficient number of data points to conclude that we have a problem with political partisanship within the Civil Service, and that it has become serious enough that we must take action to combat it.

    Since there is nothing in the Constitution that requires that we amass tens of thousands of headquarters-level bureaucrats in a single SMSA that is as blue as the sky, we are also free to entertain proposals to disperse the vast majority of these paid positions out to the 50 states, to areas that — politically at least — look like America. Instead of looking like the Democratic National Convention.

    For me, the ‘tell’ was that Lois Lerner was able to convene several meetings in the IRS headquarters building where plans were laid to harass little Tea Party groups around the country. Not a single person in any of the meetings said, “We can’t do this. This is Nixon stuff.” Nope, they all just sat there and went along with it. Not only that, but when the Treasury IG came poking around to look into it, there were IT people helping to smash the hard drives to cover it up.

    Now we’re finding the same thing in DOJ, which is really scary.

    We can’t have this. It’s time to get the federal bureaucracy out of Washington, DC. The technology exists to disperse the employees to a much larger number of much smaller offices, all around the country. Only that can protect us from what has evolved here: the gradual accumulation of people who love government, in the geographic seat of government. Even having done that, the average political position of government employees will still lean slightly left. But at least it will be impossible to assemble a meeting with 50 people in it, and not a Republican in the room.

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    • mimbler says:

      Actually we knew about the DOJ long ago. The highest ranking black person in the DOJ quit publicly when Holder was transforming it. He gave an interview where he said he couldn’t remain at an organization that was being purged purely on racial and ideological grounds.

      He was a true white hat.

      And if we listen to what he was telling us, it explains why they white hats aren’t coming forward in DOJ/FBI.

      There aren’t any left after Holder’s legacy.

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    • mimbler says:

      I respectfully disagree. Most federal agencies have a clause that if you embarrass the agency by your behavior, legal or otherwise, it is grounds for termination. That was made crystal clear to me when I took employment with the federal gov.

      They are gaslighting us with the supposed impossibility of firing fed employees.

      Liked by 2 people

    • bsdetector4u says:

      A thousand likes!!!


  15. Larry Carlisle says:

    For those that live in the DC area, I hope if you ever see this loser out eating you exercise your 1st amendment right and return the favor to this scab…

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Stephen Paul says:

    I hope that this news puts her on the fast track for the unemployment line. not necessarily for this stunt but for whatever else happens . there is no way that someone who is this twisted in the mind can work for this administration without doing something that leads to a dismissal. I think she should be fired now but I’m sure that is something they want to see happen so they can make another Anti-Trump infomercial.

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  17. New Nonna Again!!! says:

    Fire her hateful ass.

    She screams at DHS Secretary until she leaves to get away from the verbal assaulters, AND THEN in an interview promotes like behavior to other TDS dopes!! No, this can’t go on. How ridiculous. Are we a Nation now that sits back and let’s deranged people yell in our faces to chase us off?

    Seriously, there has GOT to be some consequences. Fire her and arrest her for disturbing the peace and promoting verbal violence or some such thing. So, this behavior is permitted, but standing still across the street from an abortion clinic silently praying for the souls of the innocent child whose life is being terminated and his/her mother’s gets people ARRESTED!!

    Come on, America. WTHeck!!?? MAGA economically, immigrationally, militarily etc is AWESOME, but how about we bring back CIVILITY, ORDER, AND RESPECT?? O right, you can’t legislate human qualities like these when it comes to this issue. We can only mandate no ‘HATE SPEECH’ when it comes to actually speaking truth in regards to that other side.

    God help us and preserve us. 🙏🙏🙏

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    • dalethorn says:

      I’m glad she and her comrades aren’t protesting outside of my home, since I have a few years left possibly, and would like to spend them working with good patriotic people, instead of dispensing my idea of social justice onto her and her comrades. Like most rioters and miscreants, these cowards are pretty adept at avoiding areas where they wouldn’t be tolerated.


  18. john davis says:

    I guess that she, in hope of a better future for the families of foreign countries, was acting on her own misguided initiative.

    The reality is that any communist party initiative functioning in America is a George Soros funded (2nd and 3rd party sponsors) attempt to remove sovereignity and national identity. Here is the synopsis, with the previous administration having caused America to be seen in the face of the world as a Great Satan, (if it’s so bad, why do people choose America and not N. Korea or China?) the Globalists have thereby created a wedge in America among the youth that don’t know how great this country truly is, or are blind to the ideals this country chooses to impart to less fortunate countries.

    Once they have used this tool to divide the inspirational and inexhaustable backbone of the country, (this current presidency [The Lord bless President Trump], christians, conservatives, and veterans who have been in harm’s way. This is why they are loosing) they can then attempt to conquer the country from within like a trojan horse. look at Venezuela. Economically weakening the infrastructure by overloading the burden of the middle class with taxations for illegal immigrants and the poor while creating poor through their demonic banking system.


    First Gulf War veteran and father of 3

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  19. CTim Bo says:

    As Barney Fife would say: “She’s a nut.”

    Does the DOJ’s Obamacare plan not have a psychiatric benefit? Or is working at the DOJ considered to be a psychiatric benefit? If so, the insane have taken over the asylum.

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  20. Vince says:

    Early in the administration I half jokingly proposed that President Trump build a federal office building in Barrow, Alaska so that defiant federal employees that can’t be fired can be sent to a place so unhip that they would quit from their government job rather than go to Alaska.

    I changed my mind, I am not joking anymore. We need it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Kris Langley says:

      First issue – it is no longer named ‘Barrow’.
      Second issue – we don’t want them here in Alaska.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dayallaxeded says:

      Go with Point Barrow–a little further north and only one name for simplicity. I had an uncle who used to go there every year, after retiring from treasury, to audit the village’s books and help with taxes . BTW, Nuvuk is also and just as officially known, as it has been for decades, as Barrow. I’m generally for honoring native American heritage and interests, but the business of changing long-standing names of places is a waste of resources.

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  21. wildsailor2018 says:

    Since the restaurant owner is proud of what happened it is easy to see that said owner condones this behavior. So, that restaurant should be off the list of anyone that disagrees.

    Businesses that decide to become political are alienating a large segment of the customer base. On the other hand, maybe not in DC. However, by definition, conservative people do not act like this so there is no way to gauge how many of ‘us’ there are out there. All that is noticed and applauded by the press are the unhinged liberals that are probably only 10% of the D’s,

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    • mimbler says:

      92 percent of DC votes democrat, so unfortunately, this restaurant will probably do ok even with their outrageous endorsement of harassment in their own business.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dayallaxeded says:

      Since a boycott by decent people (not just conservatives should boycott this scum) would be futile in degenerate DC, maybe post on review sites and libtard social media that it’s a DSA stronghold, where communist principles are lived out by providing free food and drink, promoting redistribution of wealth among restaurant patrons and staff (including by force), and full accommodation of LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ, up to and including public sexual demonstrations. Let their own vileness bring them down.

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    • singular says:

      I believe the owner of this restaurant has many others. I advocate boycotting them all and being public about it and about why.


  22. CM-TX says:

    | All civilian employees in the executive branch of the federal government, except the President and the Vice President, are covered by the provisions of the Hatch Act.
    Certain federal executive branch employees are prohibited from engaging in partisan political management or partisan political campaigns; hence, these employees are Further Restricted under the Hatch Act. Generally, Further Restricted employees consist of employees in intelligence and enforcement-type agencies (except employees appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate). More specifically, Further Restricted employees include employees from the following agencies (or components) or in the following positions:

    Federal Bureau of Investigation
    Central Intelligence Agency
    Criminal Division of the Department of Justice
    National Security Division of the Department of Justice
    Political Restrictions and Examples of Prohibited Activities

    Further restricted federal employees are prohibited from taking an active part in partisan political management or partisan political campaigns. Specifically, these employees may not campaign for or against candidates or otherwise engage in political activity in concert with a political party, a candidate for partisan political office, or a partisan political group.

    Such employees:
    May not engage in political activity – i.e., activity directed at the success or failure of a political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group – while the employee is on duty, in any federal room or building, while wearing a uniform or official insignia, or using any federally owned or leased vehicle.

    For example:
    May not make political contributions to a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group.
    May not post a comment to a blog or a social media site that advocates for or against a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group.
    May not use any e-mail account or social media to distribute, send or forward content that advocates for or against a partisan political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group.
    The act also precludes federal employees from membership in “any political organization which advocates the overthrow of our constitutional form of government”

    Consequences for violating the Hatch Act range from a letter of reprimand to a civil penalty of up to $1,000 to suspension, termination or even debarment from federal employment for up to five years. |

    Seems quite a lot here would apply, & to far more than just the latest miscreant on display. Also seems odd this wasn’t utilized in cleaning up certain Departments, from the start.🤨
    Then again… they probably ignored the countless cases- cited for prosecutorial violations, & other misconduct- in weeding out too.

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  23. Greg Olsen says:

    Why did that restaurant allow harassment of their customers??? 😦

    Liked by 1 person

    • Roberto says:

      There is no Mexican business owner–and I know a lot–that would approve of this going on in their stores/restaurants. It would literally freak them out. No way would they accept this kind of thing.

      My guess is that the owners of this “Mexican” restaurant aren’t Mexican at all. I think the DC piece alludes to this.

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  24. OldSaltUSNR says:

    Citizens are not “powerless” in the face of Marxist-Democrat and Socialist inspired criminal behavior. It’s just that Trump Admin staffers are too polite.

    1) Demand that the restaurant management remove the “protesters”. If the protesters refuse to leave, call police and prosecute for trespassing.
    2) If management sides with the protesters, the GOP (via RNC, White House Press office, Trump’s tweet) can announce a boycott of that restaurant by all GOP Congressmen, White house staffers, etc..
    3) If the restaurant “apologizes” after the economic backlash, demand accountability (i.e. fire the snowflake manager or asst. mgr who favored leftist protesters over other customers).
    4) If the protesters prevent the free exercise of association (i.e. choosing to eat dinner at that establishment), if they compel the GOP harassment target to leave the restaurant, if they prevent the target from passage, they are guilty of assault. Prosecute. Physical contact is not required. Words and harassing actions are sufficient.
    5) If Ms. Hrabar is arrested for misdemeanor assault, she will at least be suspended from her position. If convicted, she’ll at lease lose her Federal clearances, which alone are sufficient to terminate her. Absent that conviction, she is correct, she is probably untouchable under Federal employee rules, and can’t be terminated. In the bad old days, being associated with a radical socialist group would prevent her from receiving a security clearance, and thus, from being hired. However, those days ended long ago, probably back in 1992 but for certain, in 2008. (If an active Commie can be appointed to West Point, and pass through FOUR YEARS at West Point as a known, declared Marxist revolutionary, trust me, there’s nothing preventing this women from working at Justice, nor any way she’ll be fired for her association or what she did to the DHS Secretary.

    They “don’t get to do this” under protection of the US Constitution, Federal, and most local laws.


  25. G. Combs says:

    She is just following orders:

    To the career men & women at DOJ/FBI: your actions & integrity will be unfairly questioned. Be prepared, be strong. Duty Honor Country — Eric Holder


  26. Concernedcitizen says:

    What I’m wondering is who tipped off this group of wingnuts that Nielsen was dining in this particular restaurant. There must have been some prior planning to enable this flash mob of activists to descend upon Ms. Nielsen and her party. Could be an employee of the Mexican restaurant was aware of a reservation made by Nielsen perhaps?

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  27. 6x47 says:

    Is she a former employee of the DOJ yet

    Liked by 1 person

  28. G. Combs says:

    Popoy says: “Let me ask something: Since when did the liberals, Democrats and Hollywood hypocrites cared about children?”

    Oh, They ‘care’

    Peter Thiel believes blood transfusions from the young could be key to living forever

    Planned Parenthood Exec Busted Again Trying To Sell Baby Body Parts

    Doctors ‘should have the right to kill unwanted or disabled babies at birth as they are not a real person’ claims Oxford academic

    Dutch banker Ronald Bernard blows the whistle on world’s satanic elite

    Cannibalism And Child Sacrifice Are Obvious Evils

    Just not in the manner you would expect. That is why President Trump wrote the EO on Human Traficking and Human Rights Abuse.

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  29. Boots says:

    From twitter, here:

    ‏ @junborn72
    2h2 hours ago
    Replying to @The_War_Economy

    From DOJ website:
    Hrarbar, Allison B.
    Technology and Financial Services Section

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  30. dan adams says:

    If a crowd of leftist attack you in public you have a right to defend yourself.Thank God I carry….

    Liked by 1 person

  31. MaineCoon says:

    Her actions are a firable offense as she has violated several DoJ Ethic Principles as detailed in the Ethics Handbook fo On and Off-Duty Conduct.

    Below is some information excerpted from the Handbook, which can be accessed via the link linked in its entirety.

    January 2017

    This Ethics Handbook for On and Off-Duty Conduct summarizes the principal ethics laws and regulations governing the conduct of Department of Justice employees. The purpose of this handbook is to increase your awareness of the ethics rules and their applications, including when you are not in a duty status or are on leave. We have included citations after each rule and we suggest that you consult the full text of the law or regulation when you have specific questions. I have listed the obvious violations, but they are not the only ones. The Handbook also details post-employment conduct.

    DoJ AG: Enforce the Handbook rules. Fire Allison Hrabar.

    The ethics rules condensed here include the conflict of interest statutes found at 18 USC §§ 202 to 209, Executive Order 12674 on Principles of Ethical Conduct as amended by EO 12731, the Uniform Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch at 5 CFR Part 2635, Department of Justice regulations at 5 CFR Part 3801 that supplement the uniform standards, and additional Department regulations at 28 CFR Part 45, and Executive branch-wide standards of conduct at 5 USC § 735.

    The Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) for the Department is the Assistant Attorney General for Administration. The Departmental Ethics Office is responsible for the overall direction for the ethics program in the Department. Each Bureau, Office, Board and Division has a Deputy DAEO who should be your first contact for advice. Your component may have additional guidance that addresses specific circumstances, in particular with off-duty conduct and employees serving in foreign countries. Employees are responsible for knowing and adhering to any component specific guidance.

    The ethics statutes and regulations may be found on the website of the Departmental Ethics Office. If you do not have access to the internet, contact your Deputy DAEO to obtain a paper copy of the regulations. If you do not know who your ethics official is, call the Departmental Ethics Office on (202) 514- 8196 or consult the website for a list of ethics officials within the Department.

    Some of these rules require analysis when applying them to specific situations. You should use this handbook as a means of keeping yourself apprised of the general prohibitions, but you should always seek advice from an ethics official if you are contemplating an action that you think might be covered by the rules, especially where it may be necessary to obtain a waiver or approval in advance.

    Generally, an employee who provides all the facts to an ethics official and follows the advice given will not later be disciplined for violating the standards of conduct if subsequent inquiry reveals a possible violation consistent with the facts provided. Heads of components in consultation with the appropriate Deputy DAEO grant most formal determinations on ethics questions, including waivers and approvals.

    14 General Principles of Ethical Conduct (go to link to see of 14)

    10. Employees shall not engage in outside employment or activities, including seeking or negotiating for employment, that conflict with their official Government duties and responsibilities.

    14. Employees shall endeavor to avoid any actions creating the appearance that they are violating the law or the ethical standards set forth in this part. Whether particular circumstances create an appearance that the law or these standards have been violated shall be determined from the perspective of a reasonable person with knowledge of the relevant facts

    Conduct Prejudicial to the Government

    An employee shall not engage in criminal, infamous, dishonest, immoral or disgraceful conduct, or other conduct prejudicial to the government.

    5 CFR735.203, 3 FAM 4139.14

    Appearance of Impropriety

    An employee shall endeavor to avoid any actions creating the appearance that the employee is violating the law or the ethical standards set forth in this part.

    5 CFR 2635.101(b)(14)

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  32. Alligator Gar says:

    And today at my job I got a cryptic threatening e-mail that comes around once a year.

    I am forced to leave work and go to a “private vendor” to be Live Scanned (fingerprinted) because the Almighty IRS (of armed 3AM no-knock home raids fame) has determined that my (state) job duties are such that I have access to FEDERALLY PROTECTED “FTI” (tax info). If I don’t do this immediately AND fill out an invasive questionnaire (which I must do every year, even if nothing has changed), I lose my job. Period.

    What is my point?

    Why do I bother? Why do ANY of us tax paying, law abiding, conservative, God fearing people bother? I want to say TO H*LL with ALL of YOU to my HR and walk out. If I had a decent pile of money I would, given what this Communist trollop, Ms. Caterpillar Brows and her DC sewer cronies are doing with their continuing game of sewer charades. I’d go live under a bridge and never give that lot of pizzants one more dime of my money. Not. One. More. Dime.

    There is one law for us. And another law for THEM. I will NEVER say the “Pledge” again. It is a LIE! “Liberty and justice for all,” what a sick joke. We have neither liberty NOR justice.


    • dayallaxeded says:

      The Pledge is aspirational–it’s something we pledge to work for in our nation. I hear/feel your anger and disgust. I feel it, too. But don’t give up! COLD ANGER!!!! Keep your powder dry, head on a swivel, and be ready to move when needed.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Your point is extrememly valid. If I were in your shoes, I would feel the same way just as angry.

      Equal justice for all! Rule of law for all!!

      Liked by 1 person

  33. AmericaBeautiful says:

    Please let AG Sessions know what you think should be done:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ted Nougat says:

      I will share what I sent just moments ago, to encourage others to do the same.

      “Dear Attorney General Sessions,

      I write to you demanding the immediate firing of Allison Hrabar, an employee of the Department of Justice.

      Video of her stalking and harassing Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is now mainstream news.

      This is abhorrent behavior for anyone as it goes far beyond civil protest, but is especially egregious for an employee under your purview. The offending Ms. Hrabar has stated justification for her actions as having taken place during off- work hours and on her own time. Was not Secretary Nielsen on her own time, too, as she enjoyed dinner with her husband?

      The type of “protesting” that Ms. Hrabar is engaging in has become all too common among the enemies of our nation. It is marked by gang stalking, ambushing of people at their homes and in public places, personal, verbal insults well inside the “comfort zone” of the intended target, trapping and surrounding the targeted individual so as to leave little margin for the only remaining step in this equation; physical violence.

      This is their intended outcome with these tactics, to incite violence.

      Mr. Sessions, there is a deeper problem: Allison Hrabar is engaging in Sedition. Sedition is defined as “conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.” Ms. Hrabar is a subversive, a member and participant in the violent Metro DC DSA (Democratic Socialists of America).

      This is yet another incident deeply concerning to us Americans; the discovery of people within our own government working against us. Shame.

      Please relieve Allison Hrabar of her duties immediately. I am certain that a bright, educated, America-loving individual can be found to replace her.

      We’re paying very close attention. We will not be gaslighted.


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  34. Inthedark says:

    According to the Julia Cohen and the Daily Caller, “Nielsen was bombarded by socialist protesters who were tipped off that she was eating at MXDC, which was created by chef Todd English, on Tuesday night, according to Refinery29. Protesters yelled “Shame, shame” and “How do you sleep at night?” at Nielsen, who left the restaurant shortly after the protesters arrived.

    All I kept hearing was “A Mexican Restaurant”, I hadn’t seen anyone name it before, unless it was stated before. It’s getting hard to keep up with all the posts here anymore.

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  35. littleanniesfannie says:

    So I have Allison Harhar’s next chant:

    Liar, leaker, frame Trump for a fall.
    Dishonest, corrupt, and illegal—I proudly did them all!!

    I would suggest she get a pink slip but that color would fit in exactly with her warped political leanings!!


  36. leont says:

    @allison*geroi – “geroi” means “Hero” in Russian.


  37. Mickturn says:

    “The hallmark attributes of a psychopath include a lack of empathy for others, selfishness, lack of guilt, and a superficial charm that manifests exclusively to manipulate others.”

    Yep this description fits ALL Leftists!

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  38. Vicki says:

    Please fire this young lady! Government is too bloated as it is, we certainly don’t need an angry activist working within.What she did was immature & embarrassing to her position.She needs to go back to her wealthy parents & grow up. First she needs to apologize to Kiersjen.

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  39. nikkichico7 says:

    Guess what! The twits … twitter account … is restricted to only her followers ❗️ HA❗️

    Liked by 1 person

  40. KBR says:

    Anybody notice how only the FBI and NOT a single person in DOJ was noted to be “biased” in the OIG report?

    This level of DOJ employee would not dare to act out politically if she were not certain that her own bosses and peers within the DOJ were in agreement with her expressed views.

    DOJ is as biased as FBI.

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  41. TakeBackOurRepublic says:

    The blow-back must’ve been bad enough that she locked down her Twitter account and now hides behind a curtain of privacy. Only her socialist communist buddies who won’t challenge her twitter banter are allowed access. I felt compelled to tweet her….



  42. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    I hear the restaurant manager has said he did not try to stop it becuase he likes it or agrees with it. Fine. I shall no longer visit ANY mexican restaurant. I will not have to worry about having my meal interrupted, or, heaven forbid, have my food tampered with. I think I will spend my money at the Trump Hotel. Matter of fact I am going there this evening.

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    • Roberto says:

      I’d wait to see if this is one of those phony Mexican-chic joints owned by non-Mexicans. I’m not Mexican, but I know enough (authentic) Mexican business/restaurant owners to know there’s no way they’d want something like this to happen in their store/restaurant–so much as approve of it.

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  43. Jay says:

    She’s just upset because she can’t find a guy that shows interest in her….that’s why most liberal women are full of hate and such feminists….they are unattractive as hell…all of the attractive women are conservatives.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Hillyard says:

    Dan B had a great show mostly related to the snowflake lefts total ignorance regarding their actions in “poking the bear”. If the time comes when conservatives have had all this leftist bs they want, those little peons who think they have the right to confront any one they want, are totally unprepared for the people who will come back at them fighting. Normal people, who the antifa freaks and other leftist pieces of trash mistakenly attack, will come back at them so hard they’ll be unable to defend themselves. I’m wondering when more concealed carry holders will show up at the rallys where antifa attacks people and one of the people they attack just opens up on them.
    It’s bound to happen sooner rather than later

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  45. Ironclaw 601 says:

    Someone suggested calling her. Here’s her office number.

    (202) 598-2447

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Lucille says:

    A screaming rabid radical, employed by the Department of Justice
    By Monica Showalter – June 21, 2018

    Obviously, leftwing extremism, despite its commitment to politics over law, isn’t a barrier to government employment anymore, any more than it is to getting into West Point. The only barrier now seems to be being a Republican.


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  47. James W Crawford says:

    I suspect that she will have just as much success in her career as Monica Lewinski.


  48. covfefe999 says:

    Glad to see Fox, Washington Times, NY Post, and a few other news sites unafraid to publish real news have picked up this story.


  49. Kim Kincaid says:

    Whatever happened to ppl being arrested for “disturbing the peace?” Fine them at least!


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