Somebody Didn’t Get Invited To The Hookers And Blow Party

The best part about working for the State is the privileges. You get liability shields that let you kidnap and assault people with impunity. When you do fuck up royally and there’s a lawsuit it’s the tax victims the foot the bill. And, of course, what other employer is going to throw hookers and blow parties for employees?

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said Tuesday that it is investigating reports that a supervisor used government time to recruit workers for private sex swinger parties at his home.

An internal misconduct investigation is looking into the claims centered on workers in San Diego, ICE spokeswoman Lauren Mack told NBC News in a statement.

It follows a report by the San Diego Union Tribune that an accusation of gross sexual misconduct was made in a complaint submitted to the Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security earlier this year.

The newspaper said employees at the ICE Enforcement Removal Operations office in the city complained that they had been approached during work hours to participate in the parties held at the home of a supervisor in the office along with his wife, who is also an agent.

Sex scandals are par for the course when you work for a federal agency. But when somebody doesn’t get invited to the party the inevitably snitch and ruin the fun for a while. I’m sure the Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security will perform a thorough investigation that will show nobody in the department did anything wrong. Investigating and clearing yourself is yet another perk of work for the State after all!