Dear Mr. VP,
Today, I listened to a panel on NPR discuss Ronny Jackson.
Apparently, one of the allegations is that Jackson got so drunk at some point that he was wandering down a hotel hallway banging on doors, and there was a concern he was going to wake up the president. (Obama, at that point. It was 2015.)
How does that person not get fired? Does this information never make it’s way up the chain of command? Is some sort of “good ol’ boys” protection happening at this point? How does he then get nominated to run the second largest bureaucracy in our country?
These questions brought to you by a confused person.