WASHINGTON, D.C. — Gov. Dannel Malloy reportedly asked two White House staffers to resign after learning about their alleged abuse of power, including an illegal entry into an Avon resident’s home last week.
According to sources close to the White House, Malloy asked the two unidentified staffers to resign after they interrupted an ongoing and unusual recruitment process to hire a Connecticut resident, who was approached by White House staffers and political operatives in January 2014.
Washington and local Democrats and Republicans were also involved in the so-called recruitment process and were doing deep background checks, which they said would last for one year. The woman, who wants to remain unidentified, was told she would start at the White House on April 16, 2015. When she arrived at the White House, she was introduced to the woman who was presumably hired while the recruiters were “still doing background checks” and at the same time planted stories to discredit her.
During the supposed 18-month investigative process for a senior position in the Obama administration, the woman’s ideas, life lessons and blue print for her career were used by White House staffers and friends of the Obama administration, she said. The woman has been in communication, research and political strategy for more than 15 years.
After being informed by the background investigators of this unprecedented breach of White House protocol, the woman filed a complaint for unfair labor practices, which include work without pay and forced labor.
In addition to the investigation with the Department of Justice, the woman was forced into controlled experimental conditions and hospitals to create medical records for information to inform policy. She has never been in a hospital until 2014, sources said.
The unidentified woman, who has ties to political elites in Washington and Connecticut, also complained about theft of services and attempts to discredit her story. She said she has been subjected to economic sanctions and other layers of oppression by White House staffers, who are still trying to cover up the incident for several months.
The Hartford Guardian reached out to the Justice Department, the White House Communications Office, and the Secret Service press officers for comment. They were unavailable at press time.