Recall that well-established bureaucrats and newspapers are doing their best to impede trump’s administration.
>”I’ll direct the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security & other federal agencies that have a role in preventing human trafficking to take a hard look at the resources & personnel that they are devoting to this fight.”
>”I am prepared to bring the full force & weight to the federal- & at the federal level- “
For the Pizzagate investigation, this is hopeful because it suggests that Trump understands that there are a lot of traitors in the USA government. Some of them are J. Edgar Hoover types who practice degeneracy while blackmailing others. Some of them are a “fifth column” to which Trump alluded in a pep talk he gave to spies.
At the end of Trump’s speech to a room filled with 400 employees of the CIA, Trump said, rather cryptically, that maybe he’d build them a bigger room ‘by someone who knows how to build and we won’t have columns, do you understand that?’
But currently the struggle is centered on the media.
a provocative report from CNN which cited “unnamed sources” according to whom the White House tried to urge the FBI to dispute accounts of regular contact between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.
“The FBI is totally unable to stop the national security “leakers” that have permeated our government for a long time. They can’t even find the leakers within the FBI itself. Classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on U.S. FIND NOW”
on February 20th, the State Department’s acting legal adviser, Richard Visek, prepared a four-page memo for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, entitled “SBU: Protecting Privileged Information”, which warned of the dangers of leaking by State Department employees. Ironically, that memo was promptly leaked to Josh Rogin of the Washington Post who subsequently penned an article bragging about his latest intelligence breach.
Spicer decided to hold an off-camera “gaggle” with reporters inside his West Wing office …
Among the outlets not permitted to cover the gaggle were various news organizations that Trump has singled out in the past including CNN, The NYT, The Hill, Politico, BuzzFeed, the Daily Mail, BBC, the Los Angeles Times and the New York Daily News.
Several non mainstream outlets were allowed into Spicer’s office, including Breitbart, the Washington Times and One America News Network. Several other major news organizations were also let in to cover the gaggle. That group included ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Reuters and Bloomberg, however AP and Time have boycotted the event.
Note that a lot of conventional journalists receive funding from Soros, and also note the journalists are cozy with the paid agitators:
Dahman’s group is closely involved with MoveOn.org, a major progressive activist group that recently launched a website, called ResistanceRecess.com, to encourage activists to attend town hall events.
The Town Hall Project’s parent company is The Action Network, which was involved in demonstrations against Walmart and the protests in Ferguson.
Finally, we note the projects potential links to billionaire George Soros…
The Action Network is located at the same Washington, D.C., address as United We Dream, the “largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation.” United We Dream has received funding from liberal billionaire George Soros. It began organizing “sanctuary campus” anti-Trump protests shortly after the election.
The Action Network also shares the same address as Change to Win, the labor organizing group.
And now, as Politico reports, a spokesman for the Soros foundation said in a statement…
“There have been many false reports about George Soros and the Open Society Foundations funding protests in the wake of the U.S. presidential elections, there is no truth to these reports.”