Project Veritas Exposes Employee at DOJ Who Uses Government Databases to Stalk Individuals With Political Views She Does Not Like

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Allison Hrabar, a paralegal at the Department of Justice and active member of the Democrat Socialists of America, says she and her co-workers resist President Trump’s policies from the inside and that she is lucky to work for the DOJ because she cannot be fired. She led a protest at the home of a Washington DC lobbyist, Jeremy Wiley, who works on behalf of a company that builds prisons.  She admitted using government resources to find Wiley’s address and to run a license-plate report on his car, which is in violation of the Hatch Act.
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In another interview, it is learned that Jessica Schubel, the former Chief of Staff for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services during the Obama administration, now acts as a conduit for current employees who are part of the covert ‘resistance’ movement against Trump. They send leaked material to her, which she forwards to the media that uses it to move public opinion against Trump. -GEG

On Wednesday Project Veritas released the second installment in their undercover video series unmasking the Deep State.

The first report in this series featured Stuart Karaffa, an avowed socialist who admits to engaging in political activism while working at the Department of State.

This video features a Department of Justice paralegal, Allison Hrabar, who reportedly uses government owned software and computers to push a socialist agenda and punish people she disagrees with.

Also featured is Jessica Schubel, the former Chief of Staff for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services during the last Obama administration.

Hrabar herself appears to illegally use government-owned property to engage in DSA activities. The video shows a meeting with Cliff Green, another DSA member, stating that Hrabar uses the government’s Lexis Nexis account to find home addresses to stage DSA protests targeting non-DSA members:

So Allison is a paralegal, so she, her living is researching people, so she’s very good at researching people.  So, they just find the companies, and then the people that run those companies, and then they find their home address.  She uses Lexis Nexis and a couple other software things.”

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