GSA administrator Emily Murphy finally authorizes the Biden transition

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I feel like this should be bigger news, but it’s cracking me up that it’s not a major headline, actually. For the better part of three weeks, Emily Murphy, a Trump appointee to the General Services Administration, has been blocking transition funding and resources to the incoming Biden-Harris administration. It had become a big deal, especially as the days turned to weeks. The Biden-Harris people were trying to fund their own transitional government and find work-arounds for the unhinged Trumpers.

Murphy was the one in charge of signing the letter to formalize the transition and release the funds. She had not. Murphy was called to speak to Congressional leaders yesterday but Murphy blew off Congress, because of course she did. Rep. Katie Porter was about to carve Murphy up with her whiteboard. Still, there was sufficient pressure building and it felt like the House was very close to issuing a subpoena. Then last night, soon after Michigan certified their election results, this happened:

Yes, she’s finally signing the damn letter and authorizing the transition funds, but she did not refer to Joe Biden as President-Elect. The letter was so whiny and self-pitying, as if she’s not some dumbf–k MAGA committing sedition, and her pain and suffering (entirely self-inflicted) is more important than the peaceful transfer of power. And she and her Dear Leader can’t even keep their stories straight – Murphy says that she came to her decision independently, then Donald Trump tweeted this:

So he took credit for authorizing the transition, which I guess is A) the closest we’ll get to a concession and B) the compromise made to make the poor loser crybaby feel bigly. But of course he still wants his dumbass Nazi supporters to believe that he still has a chance of stealing the election (he does not).

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  1. Digital Unicorn says:

    Of course she was doing what her Dear Leader was telling her – she’s just as much as a whiney ass baby as he is. Well, she’s out of a job come 20th Jan 2021.

    She should be hauled in front of congress regardless she was clearly NOT doing her job and stalling for her master.

  2. Sierra says:

    Lol this woman feared being questioned by the amazing Katie Porter that she folded immediately 😂

    And now, Trump supporters are planning to write in Trump instead of voting for the two GOP Senators in Georgia special election.

    It’s glorious seeing Trump taking the GOP down with him.

    • Rapunzel says:

      Sierra- writing in Trump? Lol, do it dummies. Cost the GOP that Senate majority.

      I had heard that one of Trump’s lawyers, Lin Wood, was telling Georgia folks not to vote for the GOP candidates because they hadn’t “helped” Trump enough in his fraud fight.

      These GOP fools done created a monster. I hope it costs them control.

      • Sierra says:

        Yeah, someone on Twitter I follow, went to the new right wing site Parler. Apparently Georgia Republicans are planning to write in Trump on January 😂

        Pretty please make those Trump supporters pledge that they will never vote Republican again in their lifetimes.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        yes, let’s hand the election to the democrats. They will forever cut off their noses to spite their faces. Write in Trump. He’s not a resident of Georgia and is not able to run for Senate.

      • lucy2 says:

        I don’t fully believe it will happen, but I would love it if those dumb trumpers cost the GOP those 2 seats.

    • LightPurple says:

      Well, not immediately. She bailed on the hearing so she wouldn’t face Katie Porter and the House started to take the steps to haul her in. She feared contempt of Congress charges.

      • Sierra says:

        True but still amazing to see people fearing Katie Porter

      • whatWHAT? says:

        yeah, someone gave her some real talk that she was facing a world of legal trouble and she realized she didn’t want to sacrifice her entire gov’t career (and future career) for this orange piece of poo.

    • Esmom says:

      Yeah, the “writing in Trump in GA” was all over yesterday, apparently it originated in that cesspool, Parler. Hard to say how much was real and how much was (epic) trolling. But Don Junior seems worried enough to tweet about the importance of the deplorables voting in GA. Lol.

    • Dss says:

      Katie Porter is a national treasure.
      That’s all I got!

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I really really hope they all write-in that idiot’s name. how glorious would it be if 45′s cult members took down McConnell’s majority! after the turtle propping him up for four years, it would be such ironic justice if it were Trump who takes out McConnell.

    • Lorelei says:

      @Sierra: this is the first sane thing that this woman has done, imo. I would also flee if I had to go up against Katie Porter! 😂

      I really hope enough of them are too stupid to realize that writing in Trump is handing the election to the democrats. Remember when they were angry at Starbucks for some reason, but instead of boycotting them, their grand plan was to all go in and order drinks under some stupid name? It’s like, way to go, you’re mad at this corporation, makes sense to hand over your money to them. Idiots

    • Teresa says:

      As a liberal yes please write Trump in. That will really show me! I’ll be an enraged melting snowflake! T

    • E.D says:

      Someone should make a glossy, faux outraged video telling the Republicans to write in Trump’s name instead of the GOP candidates & let that side have some proper fake media for a change.

      They are dumb enough to fall for it!

  3. HufflepuffLizLemon says:

    Anyone else breathe deeply once this news hit? This, and the Biden announcements, which are basically competency porn, just gave me the best night’s sleep I’ve had in years.

    • Snuffles says:

      “Competency Porn” 🤣🤣 I’m gonna use that one!

      • Yes says:

        This GOP trend of ignoring congressional requests…there’s gotta be a steeper penalty. They need to pay every taxpayer’s stress treatments

    • Esmom says:

      Me! Between Michigan certifying the election — which should not have provoked the agony it did — and this news, I felt better than I have in a long time.

      But I saw people on Twitter saying that Emily’s GSA letter is not a proper ascertainment letter and that the Biden team needs to get that, stat.

      • LightPurple says:

        I very much doubt that anyone at GSA Legal reviewed that unprofessional, pathetic excuse of a letter. Biden’s people will get it straightened out with the GSA General Counsel.

        And they have the “.gov” transition sites up and running. THAT was a big thing last night when Biden tweeted his first link to a transition site that had the .gov ending.

      • Swack says:

        It was interesting that the one person who was going to vote no to certification instead abstained from voting. While it’s technically a no, it was a way to get around being dragged for outwardly voting no.

      • BeanieBean says:

        I don’t know what an ascertainment letter is supposed to look like, but I am a fed, and that was a very unprofessional letter for a federal employee to write & send.

      • Holly hobby says:

        Someone posted Obama’s ascertainment letter and he was acknowledged as President-elect Obama. The language was also pretty much boilerplate. Not this multi page woe as me letter this dummy sent.

    • Michael says:

      “Competency Porn” is the best phrase I have heard today. And very accurate

    • HufflepuffLizLemon says:

      I have to credit LaineyGossip for it-pretty sure I saw it there and went YES! It’s a great description for what Biden’s cabinet picks represent.

  4. Becks1 says:

    It’s sad that this is so significant, but it is. Now the Biden team has access and resources. And yeah, the inconsistency is hilarious but typical – “I did this on my own!” “I told her to do it!”

    And this line in Trump’s tweet –
    in the best interest of our Country, I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols, and have told my team to do the same.

    was 100% not written by him, lol. It sounds like someone prepared a tweet for him and then he added the other stuff. And his tweet this morning is also 100% because he woke up to headlines about the transition and concession and probably felt tricked.

    • Eliza says:

      Becks1 I totally agree! My first thoughts were, no way in hell did he string those words together! Not only is it a complete sentence that makes sense, it has punctuation! Someone wrote that for him.

    • E.D says:

      It’s soooooo obvious when he doesn’t write the tweet himself.
      Crazy that they think we can’t spot it.

  5. MsIam says:

    January can’t get here soon enough. There was a story doing the rounds about how people in the White House are trying to persuade Trump to give a speech to the country about all of the “great things” *eyeroll* he has done during his administration but now he is committed to the “peaceful transfer of power “. Fat chance of that happening based on that tweet. Plus who wants to hear from that douche anyway. This year keeps right on sucking along.

  6. Chris says:

    All of the stories about her being a principled government employee were BS. She even spoke to the bush vs gore GSA and he told her these situations are not the same. There still is no reasonable argument for why she didn’t sign the letter. This election wasn’t in question by any logical measure. If she was so principled, she wouldn’t have kowed to a sore loser.

    Isn’t there some shadiness about her work under trump? Particularly the reconstruction of the FBI building that ended up being rebuilt in the same spot it was torn down. Rumor is that Trump didn’t want a competing hotel across the street from his so instead of moving the new fbi building to a new location it was simply rebuilt in the same spot.

    • Esmom says:

      According to journalists covering Trump, she is a Trump operative through and through. I’m sure there was more shadiness to her work than just this transition clusterf^ck. I hadn’t heard that about the FBI building but it seems pretty on brand for Trump.

      • Chris says:

        Yeah all the fawning came from coworkers. There’s other stuff out there about her work under trump, but there’s so much shadiness in the trump criminal enterprise that it’s hard to keep track of it all.

    • Insomniac says:

      Yeah, Gerry Connolly (one of the reps from VA who’s on the Oversight and Reform committee) was on Twitter the other night saying things along the lines of “Don’t buy this story that she’s a nice, conflicted person trying to do the right thing. I’ve had to deal with her before. She’s a Trump sycophant through and through.” Which I’d already guessed, but it was good to have confirmation.

    • Original Jenns of says:

      She called him Mr Biden – that’s Mr President Elect to your hopefully booted butt in January. Her entire letter, she whines (whines, in an official letter) about how she’s just trying to uphold the law, but due to legal challenges and certifications, she’s decided he can have some post election money. She then has the absolute AUDACITY CAUCACITY to say that the actual winner of the presidential election will be determined by the electrodes process, meaning she’s not saying he won, but she doesn’t want to get sued or thrown in the slammer so she’s being forced to open up that checkbook.

      I feel the whining is an obvious ploy to Biden to feel sympathy but I also believe Biden will pat her on the head and keep it moving, something she and all other persons holding up this transfer (aka trying to rig this election) do not deserve. I’ve got a new way to keep those private prisons full, and it involves a lot less drug crimes and a whole lot more treason. Their forfeitures would make a seizable dent in our national debt!

      • Becks1 says:

        at the VERY least, she should have called him Mr Vice President. Someone probably decided that Mr Biden was better, because Mr VP would almost be insulting at this point and Mr President Elect would be a step too far I guess , lol.

    • Soupie says:

      She’s just trying to keep a paycheck until her employment ends in January.

      • H says:

        She makes $180,000 a year at the GSA. I would have given the money to Biden and kept my job in January. She’s an idiot. Good luck finding a job at a law firm, Emily!

      • trashaddict says:

        Nah H, some Trump operative will hire her and keep her around until the next election. I saw the Tweet about the presidential turkey pardon. I didn’t know he was going to try to pardon himself so soon! BTW, Melania looks fabulously happy. One step closer to doing back to NYC and shopping. I don’t think she’ll be so welcome in the stores.

  7. Darla says:

    If Katie Porter was waiting on me with her whiteboard I’d cave too.

  8. Merricat says:

    He had to take credit for it, couched in what he thinks are gallant terms: he’ll let her make the call because he wants to protect her from the awful people who are attacking her (heavy sarcasm on my part). Donald Trump has never done anything in the “best interest” of anyone but himself. Yes, U.S. history WILL remember this as a time of rampant corruption, thanks to this administration of greedy, selfish criminals.

  9. Busyann says:

    I read somewhere that she was trying to line up a private job while waiting to sign off on the transition. She’ll never work in DC again. That’s the crazy thing I dont understand. Do these people think that they will be able to work again after aligning themselves so publically with him?!

    Also, take it with a grain of salt, there was some NY post article a while back about how she allowed her staff to drink in their offices after hours and one got a little frisky with a WH Staffer. Not sure how true it is, but she was on record as approving of the behavior, so it must be true?

    • JT says:

      It’s not only the fact that they aligned themselves with trump, it’s also the fact that the entire administration is incompetence personified. Every aspect of his team was complete amateur hour, they couldn’t even book the right hotel. Who would want to hire anybody working for trump? Anything on their resume even remotely saying “qualified” or “proficient” would be a lie before God.

      • Dee Kay says:

        “Who would want to hire anybody working for trump? Anything on their resume even remotely saying “qualified” or “proficient” would be a lie before God.” <– THIS. This a million, trillion times over.

    • Holly hobby says:

      I’m sure Rona “I’m ashamed of my famil6 name” Romney will find a spot for her in party headquarters

  10. LightPurple says:

    Trump didn’t write a word of that first tweet.

    This morning, he is bragging about support from Randy Quaid and promising that his big fraud lawsuit will be ‘filled” this week. I’ve been practicing law for a while now but I’m not sure how to fill a lawsuit.

    • Esmom says:

      Oh boy, lol. As someone said on Twitter yesterday, the sitting POTUS has basically been reduced to a heckler. Although he’s kinda always been nothing but a heckler.

    • TeamAwesome says:

      Probably the same way he fills his diaper…

    • Badrockandroll says:

      Randy Quaid eh? The big names of people who are not at all insane just keep rallying around Trump. In case you’ve forgotten, Randy the Patriot actually made a refugee claim against the United States because he felt that the government was in on a conspiracy to “star whack” celebrities like him, Mel Gibson and Lindsey Lohan.

    • Eating popcorn says:

      Isn’t Randy Quaid a fugitive who lives in Canada because he ran out on a hotel bill?

    • mytwocents says:

      Randy Quaid and Ricky Schroeder, the 2020 GOP winners lol

    • Christin says:

      He must have watched Christmas Vacation and decided Cousin Eddie’s support would be a good thing to mention.

      Cousin Eddie is a genius by comparison to either of them.

      Why are so many D-listers worshipping Orange? Do they see a way to make money? Not sure how many can effectively fleece the followers, but maybe they’re ready for any media company/TV show he fronts up.

      • HeatherC says:

        So they can whine on Fox News that they’re super talented of course but mean Hollywood won’t hire them because they’re conservatives.

  11. Insomniac says:

    Yes, Emily, I’m sure Biden really cares that your refusal to do your damn job somehow made you the victim in all of this.

  12. grabbyhands says:

    Ah, the patented Nazi guard defense of “I was just doing my job”.

    I hope she remembers dear cult leader a few months from now when he suddenly changes his mind about her being a patriot and she becomes some crazy bitch who went rogue without asking so he can pretend that he had no idea what was going on or he can say he didn’t appoint her or know who she was so as to avoid any connected taint.

    I’m mad that we don’t really get to appreciate the transition finally beginning because know we get to worry about what kind of bombs he’s going to plant on the way out of office. He’s already started – look up Open Skies.

  13. Bros says:

    She definitely looks the type to drink in her office and get handsy with staffers. I hope she enjoys her new job at a diner in Fargo.

    • Riley says:

      I wish I could say that North Dakota doesn’t want her but my experience living there sadly indicates otherwise.

  14. OSTONE says:

    I read that a bunch of executives/CEOs in NYC threatened to stop donating to the GOP in the GA run off if the transition didn’t begin. That + the threat of a subpoena and Katie Porter’s whiteboard would be more than enough to get this chick to draft that letter. History won’t remember her kindly.

  15. Izzy says:

    LMAO. Any time someone gets hauled in front of Katie Porter, it’s a live edition of Murdered By Words, complete with whiteboards and diagrams and stuff. Of course she folded like bad origami. But honestly, did she think she would be hailed as a hero for just doing her damn job?

  16. Ms. Blake says:

    “She has been harassed, threatened, and abused – and I do not want to see this happen to her, her family, or employees of GSA.” So Emily should be left alone but it’s okay for your (Trump’s) idiotic followers to send death threats, and in some cases actually develop a plot to kidnap and kill: the AZ Secretary of State; the Governor of Michigan; any and all individuals who PEACEFULLY followed the law, and on and on and on.

    Of course she should not have her life is threatened but let’s be honest about the alleged harassment. Emily, you have/had a job to do. You willfully ignored your responsibilities which resulted in emails and recorded messages imploring you to DO WHAT YOU WERE HIRED TO DO. If some of those communications were harshly worded that is wrong but if you had just done your job in the first place, none of this would have happened.

    • MF1 says:

      When our government officials do not follow the law, harassment is a form of patriotism. Citizens need to stand up and say, “DO YOUR FUCKING JOB ALREADY!”

  17. Teebee says:

    I think we know it’s a given by now that whenever an official line or communication comes from this administration, it’s full of lies and hypocrisy. So essentially she is full of it, but as per usual she won’t admit it. Regardless, this transition was going to happen. But joint efforts by both sides squeezed it out of her sooner than I’m sure Trump wanted. Getting Trump out and to finally concede has been worse than pulling teeth. Without anesthetic. But it’s getting done. With full colour commentary the whole way. His legacy was poop before the election. What’s worse or more gross than poop? I’m sure there are many answers. All of them will suffice.

  18. Truthiness says:

    All I see is Roz from Monsters Inc

    • SomeChick says:

      At least Roz did her job!

      Did you know Roz was voiced by the animator who designed the character? He was so good at it during storyboarding that they decided it had to be him in the movie.

    • Thirtynine says:

      Me too! My first thought!

  19. Tiffany says:

    To the white women out there, even y’all gotta be sick of white women’s BS at this point. Right?

  20. Dss says:

    The Roz from monsters inc comment made me cackle….out loud.

  21. TiredMomof2 says:

    I wrote her postcards saying things like “Smith alums aten’t happy with how you’re representing the school,” and found out there was a whole postcard campaign that a bunch of alums had organized. Good luck with your assistant manager job at Hobby Lobby, Emily.

    • Anna says:

      Oh, no. She’s a Smithie? Ugh. I usually love my alma mater but this is disgusting…I know we had conservatives, for sure, but this is just against everything that Smith stands for.

      • dawnchild says:

        ooh fellow Smithie here too. And I’m so disappointed to hear this. Yet not completely surprised. Don’t forget Nancy Davis Reagan and Barbara Bush were both Smithies too. Plenty of Karens at Smith

  22. Blue says:

    This woman is such a Karen. Not only does she twist the rules to fit her world view, she also claims that shes a victim. We should make a name for a Trumpian Karen. Let’s call her a Karump.

  23. Jen says:

    This is far from over. This Sociopath is not done. Trump and his Sycophants are more dangerous than ever. So much damage done and more to come. He has set something in motion that cannot be stopped. He scorched the Soul of this Country, and it shattered my heart into pieces of dust that can never be put back together, and anchored my soul in empathy pain for so many and despair to the nth degree. People are Asking IF Trump should be prosecuted for various crimes?! He is a Thief, a Rapist and a Murderer! He MUST be CONVICTED of Crimes Against Humanity-no less! Not an iota of doubt can be left to remain that Trump is EVIL-NOT ONE. One will allow his reign of terror to continue and it WILL be the end of Democracy and Humanity. Until then, there is no respite.

    • aquarius64 says:

      Trump will be held to account but not immediately. Biden and Harris have a lot of work to do to clean up the Trump mess starting with the COVID response.

      • Dee Kay says:

        The AG of SD-NY can prosecute Trump anytime after Trump leaves office. I have high hopes that they will.

    • Larisa says:

      Crimes against HUMANITY? Bush did a lot more of that, let’s not get carried away. America isn’t humanity.

      • Chris says:

        He let his own citizens die from a pandemic in catastrophic levels when he could’ve done so many things to mitigate this disaster. He encouraged racism that has turned into young white men committing domestic terroristic attacks against black churches, synagogues, women’s gyms, a Walmart in a predominantly Hispanic area, ect. He’s reversed support for global support for women’s health because of “abortions.” He’s separated families at the border. He’s winded down admitting refugees to the country who have been killed upon returning to the dangerous places they’ve left. He’s used chemical weapons against his own citizens. He’s pretty clearly committed crimes against humanity.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        America is a part of humanity.

        But he also committed crimes against immigrant children, sterilization of immigrant women, etc.

      • Lady D says:

        Personally, I’m hoping The Hague comes calling for Donald Trump. Or an invitation to join them. Wouldn’t they supersede every other charge he’s facing?

    • Thirtynine says:

      I agree, Jen.

      • Jen says:

        Thank you, Chris and Thirtynine. I can’t believe any kind of elaboration or explanation is needed. It is blatantly clear to anyone who has a conscience, heart, and soul, and has been paying even the least bit of attention these past 4 Hellish years.

  24. Marigold says:

    She is disrespectful and pathetic.

  25. Leah says:

    That letter she wrote was ridiculous. So much whining over a situation she created herself.

    In future they need to make it so one person alone doesn’t make that decision. She is partisan and she refused to release the funds which is basically her job. It was a wicked thing.

  26. Ivy says:

    No way in hell did Cheetos baby wrote those first two tweets.

  27. jferber says:

    It only took her twenty days, almost 3 weeks, to do her job, which has always been a perfunctory and routine task. Obviously the Nazi pressured her not to do it. I read an op-ed piece that Biden needs to do more to quash the oft-repeated lies of an unfair election. The false narrative de-legitimizes him and the constant rethuglican lies without a cogent and full rebuke from Biden is not good. I know he doesn’t want to be pulled into the trump orbit or maelstrom from which there is no return, but it is his presidency and it’s his right and obligation to speak truth to the American people and define himself and the election himself and as it truly is. Ignoring ugly lies is not enough, unfortunately, because they will stick.

    • Thirtynine says:

      I agree. In a cool, calm, dispassionate, grown up way reminding people of the facts. I love the way in which he conducted his campaign, but governing is different to campaigning. If you are a teacher going in to a class room where the kids have gotten out of control, you cant just expect to get to work. You need to reset limits and consequences, and make expec t ations clear and visible and show you mean it before you can start over. I think its j u st the same here. This class is out of control, and for the good of all the limits and consequences have to put in place or everyone loses in the end.

  28. Frida_K says:

    It’s bizarre, how she’s willing to put her neck on the chopping block for him. He probably looks upon her with utter contempt. She’s fat and not like his favorite sexy kitten of all time, Vanky. Women like Emily are invisible to him unless he can use them for something and then once they are no longer useful, they either don’t exist or they are objects of scorn. Look at his attitude towards the other daughter, Tiffany. She’s not even actually what I’d call fat, but the porcine mango sees her as such. And this Emily creature? IF he actually ever sees her, what he perceives is that she’s nothing, worthless, etc., and that’s because of size and shape. The only good thing about her, based on his standards, is that she’s white and blonde.

    Meantime, she’s just as willfully blind as he is, but from a different perspective.

    It’s really something, what those people are willing to overlook. And for what? A losing fight that is going to destroy her career and one that will end in complete destruction for him (if there is any justice in this world).

    I’m all for the competency p0rn, oh my Goddess, give it to me!!

    • Holly hobby says:

      He’s met her. Someone took a photo of them discussing the fbi project – this was after she lied to Congress and said they never met.

      She’s a useful idiot otherwise she’s not his type🙄

    • Otaku fairy says:

      She’s a white woman working to further conservative goals though. In a lot of situations, that status functions as more of a privilege for women than being hot. He and his other enablers will overlook her not being conventionally attractive.

  29. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    Too bad in a way because I would have PAID to see Katie Porter take this bitch to school!!!!
    But FINALLY. Jeez.

    • Stacy Dresden says:

      Okay, y’all made me go check out Katie Porter whiteboarding folks into oblivion on YouTube…it was something to behold…

  30. sassafras says:

    I’ve been slightly enjoying myself going back to a few conservative spaces in the last few weeks and enjoying their conspiracy-clinging and frantic desperation. Her mention of the “harassment and abuse” and Trump’s parroting of it immediately made him a “hero” in the conservative world. People were falling all over themselves to say, “he’s such a good man, he’s *letting* her start the transition so that she’s not abused by the leftie meanies anymore.”

    Never mind that a woman in charge of a government agency should certainly have the ovaries to stand up to some heat if she’s rightfully and lawfully discharging her statutory duties. Never mind that a PRESIDENT, the leader of the Free World, should be able to protect her if she is rightfully and lawfully discharging her statutory duties. Never mind that the FBI stopped REAL threats against Democrat governors and the Right has been shooting and carrying rifles to protests and planting bombs and what not.

    No.

    Donald Trump *let* poor sad vulnerable Emily start the transition process so people wouldn’t be mean to her anymore. What a standup guy he is.

    THAT is the second reality of these people.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      Same! Maybe it’s petty, but it has been kind of funny. I’ve seen some of them saying things like, “God will correct this injustice.” LOL.

  31. Keroppi says:

    To the Celebitchy team:

    I really appreciate your talent and dedication to choosing the most unflattering pictures of terrible people. You are doing the Lord’s work!

  32. olliesmom says:

    Emily Murphy is an awful woman. She is one of them.

  33. Poisonella says:

    I guess Ms. Piggy also stopped long-standing plans of the FBI to move from their old headquarters to the suburbs because that would open up a prime development site next to the Trump hotel. Grifters all of them- the IRS should audit all the Trump gov’t people.

  34. Diane says:

    Poor pitiful loyal GSA Emily is a true believer. She writes press release stating that she did this on her own with no pressure from the WH. Then, as expected, Trump throws poor GSA Emily under the bus Tweeting that he told her to do it. The Trump MAGAs sure don’t learn.

    I also think poor GSA Emily was afraid of facing Rep. Katie Porter. She didn’t show up as summoned yesterday.

  35. BeanieBean says:

    I was one of those people who emailed her every day, but I didn’t harass her or threatened her, I just asked her to do her job. Snowflake.

    • trashaddict says:

      Please do not call her a snowflake. Snowflakes are unique and beautiful entities. She is neither.

  36. JRenee says:

    What a swamp full. Ready to start the drainage.

  37. Amando says:

    I hope the first thing Biden does when he takes office is clean house! Fire every single Trump appointed employee.

  38. shanaynay says:

    I hope Biden fires this witch? Is he allowed to fire her a**??

  39. Emerald Crystal says:

    She is a pathetic public servant, who seems incapable of choosing the correct shade of lipstick. For some reason, her mouth seems to be open each time that her photo is taken, as well.

  40. Mina_Esq says:

    Someone on Twitter started a hilarious conspiracy that she and Bill Barr are the same person because they have never been seen in public at the same time. Then they proceeded to photoshop Bill’s face onto her body. It’s kind of random and for sure mean-spirited and childish, but it made me chuckle a bit.