Justin Gray was flying home to D.C. from Orlando International Airport when according wftv.com, a TSA agent asked to see Gray's passport because his D.C. driver's license wasn't a valid form of identification. Gray works as a reporter in Cox Media Group's Washington bureau.
".@TSA Agent in Orlando never heard of "District of Columbia." Demanded passport because he didn't believe my drivers license was from US!?" Gray tweeted on July 12.
Just as professional as the people running the VA, it seems.
Before the meeting began, one of
Miller’s staffers, Lauren Rogan, went to the bathroom, where she saw a
notebook by the sink that included the phrase “ignore Rory,” a reference
to her colleague Rory Riley.
Circled at the top of the page were the names of two whistleblowers
who were cooperating with the committee to expose improper processing of
veterans claims in a way that improved agency statistics but did not
resolve the cases.
The notebook belonged to Lucy Filipov, acting director at the
regional office. It apparently reflected an earlier conversation with
Diana Rubens, who at the time was deputy under secretary for benefits.
And, just to make this crap even better,
After the meeting, case files and computers were placed in a room
where Filipov insisted Rogan and Riley should work. As the two checked
the room, they found the sound and video equipment were active, and they
insisted on being moved.