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Allison Gill

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Dr Allison Gill is a US Veteran, trained in Naval nuclear propoulsion systems, Doctor of Health Administration, former employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs, and 2019 Webby Award People's Voice winning podcaster. A. G. is currently the host of Mueller She Wrote, The Daily Beans (News, with swearing), and Clean Up on Aisle 45 with Andrew Torrez. She is also the Managing Director of the MSW Media Network, which is a network of independant podcasts focused on Politics, News, and the Arts.

Allison was in the Navy and trained in nuclear propulsion in the late 1990's, before being medically discharged.[1]

Allison worked in the Department of Veteran Affairs from February 2009 until late 2019, when her employment was terminated under disputed circumstances. Allison asserts that it was a politically motivated constructive dismissal. [2] The Department of Veteran Affairs has not officially commented. Allison has stated that she is writing a book on the subject. At the time of this edit, litigation is believed to be concluded (citation needed)

In 2016, Allsion gained permission from her supervisor to be a delegate at the Democratic National Convention, her candidate was unsuccessful. After Trump's victory, an investigation into her conduct appeared to have been started by government lawyers. Nothing appeared to come of this at the time. [2]

In November 2017, under the pseudonym "A. G.", Allison began hosting the Mueller, She Wrote podcast. She was unable to use her real name as she was a Government employee, working under the Hatch Act restrictions. [2]

Allison and the Mueller She Wrote team won a People's Voice Webby Award in 2019 in the News and Politics section.[3]


  1. "Allison Gill". October 12, 2020.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "How a veteran's secret podcast put her in the Trump administration's crosshairs". POLITICO.
  3. "Q&A: Making Podcast History with Mueller, She Wrote".

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