A San Diego girl who labored for the Division of Veterans Affairs whereas she hosted a podcast essential of former President Donald Trump is suing Trump and U.S. authorities officers, claiming she was compelled out of her job by the previous president’s administration attributable to her political opinions.
Allison Gill is likely one of the co-hosts of “Mueller, She Wrote,” a podcast that originally examined the investigation into potential Russian interference within the 2016 election.
Gill, who glided by “A.G.” on the podcast, alleges she was retaliated in opposition to as a result of podcast’s criticisms of the administration.
These alleged retaliatory acts included reassigning her from San Diego to Washington, D.C. — a switch she had declined previously for household causes — and refusing her requests for telework lodging, which she’d sought attributable to a PTSD prognosis.
Gill’s lawsuit alleges the podcast “provoked the ire of President Donald J. Trump,” prompting authorities workers to aim to root out the true identification of “A.G.,” then topic her to discrimination and retaliation.
Her criticism filed Monday in San Diego federal court docket names Trump, former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie, and present U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough as defendants.
Her lawsuit alleges her First Modification rights had been violated by way of “retaliatory measures and the fostering of a hostile work setting attributable to her politically essential podcast concerning the administration.”