FDA fires Emily Miller after two weeks

The Food and Drug Administration has fired Emily Miller, a noted media figure and gun rights advocate, after only two weeks on the job as agency spokesperson. I'm familiar with her work from her gun rights advocacy and frankly I can't imagine this decision was made on anything other than political disagreements. Miller is competent, photogenic, has extensive media experience, and is perfectly capable of being polite and reasonable with people who disagree with her.

There is some hope; apparently the firing needs political approval from the White House.

Sorry you got sucker-punched by the swamp, Emily.

This entry was published Sat Aug 29 13:15:56 CDT 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-08-29 13:15:56.0. [Tweet]

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