An employee of the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles, which campaigned for the shooting of migrants on the US border, no longer works for the agency, according to an investigation by the social media post.
Lori McAllen Released for a Facebook Comment on June 21 According to screenshots shared by thousands of people on Twitter, she was suspected of posting. It was demanded that migrants should be shot at the border.
The post came when the Trump government's policy of separating children from their parents in detention facilities generated national and international fervor. The administration has since said it would keep parents and their children in the same places of detention if they were arrested at the borders of the United States. Families Are Held Together Until Their Immigration Status Check
"Personally, I think they should shoot them all on the border and call them good," McAllen allegedly wrote. "It will save us from using AMERICAN billions of dollars on our taxes !!"
Dave Thompson, a spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation, said he could not say whether McAllen was fired or left her job voluntarily. According to an ODOT Employee Standards Manual, the use of personal social media may lead to termination if the content is discriminatory or harmful to the state.
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ODOT did not name McAllen, but hinted that she no longer worked with the state on Friday morning in a series of tweets.
"Our values are very important to us," wrote the agency. "Statements such as those in the offensive post have no place in the public service and are in direct conflict with our values, which result from the following elements: integrity, security, justice, excellence and unity."
"We will continue to think and Discuss both the pride and responsibility that comes from our chosen workplace and public service. Please move forward friendly today. By kindness, we are better equipped to solve problems and do a good job, "wrote the state.
McAllen could not be reached for comment.
– Andrew Theen
atheen @ oregonian. com