A senior agent with the U.S. Secret Service has taken to Facebook many times over the past seven months to express her utter disdain for President Trump -- even though the expression of political opinion for a Secret Service agent is a clear violation of the Hatch Act. Kerry O'Grady, a special agent in charge of the Denver district, has inexplicably managed to keep her taxpayer-funded job even after the agent declared that she refuses to take a bullet for President Trump and confessed to willfully violating the Hatch Act.

Agent publicly endorsed Hillary Clinton

According to the Washington Examiner, O'Grady posted in October that she endorsed Hillary Clinton, adding that she would rather face jail time than take a bullet for someone she regarded as a "disaster" for the country. Although O'Grady didn't mention Trump by name, her frequent anti-Trump posts make it clear that she was referring to the president.

In the same October post she wrote, "Hatch Act be damned. I'm with her." The Hatch Act prohibits executive staff from engaging in certain activities, such as posting anything on social media that promotes or opposes a candidate. Members of the U.S. Secret Service are dutybound to adhere to the rules set forth by the Hatch Act.

In spite of her blatant disregard for the rules, O'Grady has not yet been disciplined for her insubordination. The Washington Examiner reported on Tuesday that "the USSS is aware of the postings and we are looking into the matter."-- even though O'Grady admitted to violating the rules months ago.

O'Grady told the Washington Examiner on Monday that she removed the offending post a few days after it was posted, and said that she has every intention of taking a bullet for the president, should the need ever arise.

O'Grady is a habitual offender

However, O'Grady's recent actions on social media indicate that she still believes she is above the law. She continued to flout the Hatch Act as recently as January 21, when she uploaded the Women's March on Denver logo as her Facebook cover backdrop. When one of her Facebook followers criticized O'Grady, the Secret Service agent responded: "All of these women represent me!

Proud to say it! #nasty."

Although O'Grady quickly deleted the comment from her personal Facebook page, the comment was captured as a screenshot and forwarded to O'Grady's superiors at the USSS. Later that evening, O'Grady updated her profile photo to a picture of Princess Leia with the phase "A woman's place is in the resistance." The term "the resistance" has been adopted by those vowing to undermine Trump's presidency. O'Grady deleted the photo shortly after her interview with the Washington Examiner.