Democrat moles in The White House undermining Trump by media leaks

American national security is being compromised by Democrat moles within The White House leaking sensitive communications to the media.

President Donald Trump has relentlessly set about delivering on his election promises diligently, one appointment and one executive order, one a day after another.

He also undertook to drain the oligarchy swamp, but diehard Democrats and their holdovers in defeat denial, appear to have been overlooked in Trump’s fumigation of The White House.


Leaks Start February 2, 2017

Since the leak of President Trump’s private call with Australia’s Prime Minister Turnbull on January 28 2017, Trump’s private phone conversation transcripts have leaked from inside The White House, making their way directly to The Democrat’s selected propaganda media.

So how did The Washington Post journalists Greg Miller and Philip Rucker in their front page scoop February 2, 2017 know that Trump had said “This was the worst call by far” after Trump had spoken in private to Australia’s Prime Minister by phone on January 28?

The article: ‘This was the worst call by far’: Trump badgered, bragged and abruptly ended phone call with Australian leader

The Washington Post extracts:

“Instead, President Trump blasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over a refu­gee agreement and boasted about the magnitude of his electoral college win, according to senior U.S. officials briefed on the Saturday exchange. Then, 25 minutes into what was expected to be an hour-long call, Trump abruptly ended it.

At one point, Trump informed Turnbull that he had spoken with four other world leaders that day — including Russian President Vladi­mir Putin — and that “this was the worst call by far.”

…”Trump made the call to Turnbull about 5 p.m. Saturday from his desk in the Oval Office, where he was joined by chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon, national security adviser Michael Flynn and White House press secretary Sean Spicer.”

How did this information get to The Washington Post?  It was not authorised. Indeed, Prime Minister Turnbull was noticeably embarrassed that it had.  Turnbull said at a news conference Thursday in Australia. “These conversations are conducted candidly, frankly, privately,”  “If you see reports of them, I’m not going to add to them.”

Of course then the leftist paper spun the story into an Anti Trump campaign:

“The characterizations provide insight into Trump’s temperament and approach to the diplomatic requirements of his job as the nation’s chief executive, a role in which he continues to employ both the uncompromising negotiating tactics he honed as a real estate developer and the bombastic style he exhibited as a reality television personality.”

The depictions of Trump’s calls are also at odds with sanitized White House accounts.

President Trump’s hostile phone call with Australia’s prime minister puts a spotlight on the alliance of the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.”


More leaks surfaced about President Trump’s private conversation details with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, the Post quoting “officials said”.

Which officials?

The Washington Posts Editor’s note: “This article has been updated and a reference to an AP report on the details of a phone conversation between President Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto removed because they could not be independently confirmed.”


The First Scalp

The recent White House leaks surrounding former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn came from former President Obama and fellow loyalists trying to sabotage President Donald Trump.

In November 2016, then president-elect Donald J. Trump offered the post of national security adviser to retired Lt. General. Michael T. Flynn (57), a registered Democrat who had been fired by President Obama as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

General Flynn has maintained that former President Obama had fired him two years ago because Flynn was critical of Obama’s inactions against the global war waged by a radical islamist  “enemy alliance” stretching from Iran to Cuba, Venezuela and into North Korea with radical Islamic groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda.   Flynn had dubbed the Obama administration approach at the time to the war on terror as timid.  Flynn had also accused Obama of violating multiple federal statutes and breaking the public trust for not taking an effective stand against radical Islamism and Al-Qaeda’s expansionism.

General Flynn had been trying to “change the culture” of the Defense Intelligence Agency from an entity which he felt focused far too much on what was going on in Washington, D.C. and spent too little time engaging with forward-based commanders and fighters.  “I felt the intel system was way too politicized, especially in the Defense Department,” said Flynn.

Flynn considered that Hillary Clinton would continue his approach if elected.  In his bestselling book, ‘Fields of Flight‘, General Flynn described how the intelligence gathering arena has become way too “politicized.”

Democrat Payback

So Flynn was no friend of the Democrat administration, despite loyally remaining a registered Democrat member.  When General Flynn accepted president-elect Trump’s offer of national security adviser, many Democrat noses were put out of joint.  The lame duck Democrat administration became hyper-worried as outsiders Trump and Flynn started draining the bureaucratic swamp of Obama globalists – including of Obama’s intelligence service chronies.

This retired intelligence officer suddenly became candidate Trump’s key national security adviser during his presidential campaign, and once elected, General Flynn became a critical gatekeeper for President Trump and one of the most powerful roles in shaping future military and foreign policy.  During the transition, General Flynn has been present when Mr. Trump has received his daily intelligence briefing.

So Democrats had a vendetta against General Flynn and so a clear motive to concoct a scandal against him.

Call it, payback.

It began with Sally Yates, the Obama administration deputy attorney general who the Trump transition team improvidently named as acting attorney general while awaiting the confirmation of Senator Jeff Sessions — the same Sally Yates who was summarily fired by President Trump when she refused to support and defend his executive order calling for a temporary moratorium on immigration from seven Middle East countries.

Yates “informed the Trump White House late last month that she believed Michael Flynn had misled senior administration officials about the nature of his communications with the Russian ambassador to the United States,” the Washington Post wrote on Monday.

The scribes added: “In the waning days of the Obama administration, James R. Clapper Jr., who was the director of national intelligence, and John Brennan, the CIA director at the time, shared Yates’s concerns and concurred with her recommendation to inform the Trump White House.”

Brennan and Clapper knew they were on the way out, and so arguably had nothing to lose by going public. But clearly, both intelligence chiefs also knew they had seeded their agencies with loyalists — career officials who they could rely on to leak sensitive information to them in the future that would embarrass or confuse President Trump.

Somehow on January 11 2017, Democrat-friendly media The Washington Post’s columnist, David Ignatius, managed to illegally obtain phone conversation details of Flynn’s calls to the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times on Dec. 29, 2016.

General Flynn made the mistake — perhaps inadvertently, as he says – of not telling the truth about these calls to the Vice President. That was a mistake.

The Washington Post ran the story the next day January 12, and Flynn resigned from his position late Monday night January 13.  Here was the scandal and scalp Democrats sought.

“According to a senior U.S. government official, Flynn phoned Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times on Dec. 29… What did Flynn say, and did it undercut the U.S. sanctions?” Washington Post columnist David Ignatius wrote on January 12.

Later, news reports surfaced with more information about the calls, quoting “three sources familiar with the matter.”

But that wasn’t enough. To hound Flynn out of office required a full court press, and so last week the rogue weasels came out of the shadows and all began talking to the same reporters.

By the time these scribes had assembled their indictment (for that’s what it was), they now had heard the story corroborated from “nine current and former officials, who were in senior positions at multiple agencies at the time of the calls,” and who spoke, of course, “on the condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters.”

In so doing, they exposed a sensitive, ongoing signals intelligence operation to intercept the electronic communications of the Russian ambassador. Who cares, right, if your goal is to sabotage the president?

Flynn’s exit after just three weeks is bad enough. But the leaks out of the White House on this & much else is staggering.

Clearly a mole within the White House leaked Flynn’s political discussions with the Russian Ambassador and other sensitive information.  When Flynn was asked Tuesday morning by Fox News if the leaks were targeted, coordinated and possibly a violation of the law, he responded, “Yes, yes and yes.”

Clearly a pissed Obama in a personal favour to Hillary, left IEDs for Trump.

So the leftist media are lapping up the leaks – each one happily ballooned into contrived scandals to deliberately try to undermine Trump’s ascension and executive momentum in teh eyes of his hopeful support base.

The scheme is strategically planned and executed by cashed up Democrats funded by all sorts including George Soros.

Democrat propaganda media (notably The Washington Post and The New York Times) are already asking what did Trump know and when did he know it, and that’s not the question.  The bigger issue may not be the actions of Flynn, but rather those associated with the Obama administration.  What did Barack Obama know and when did he know it and what has he engineered here?

Leaks that are coming from The White House since Trump became president are part of Obama scheming to sabotage Trump’s presidency.

So we have a resignation over a phone call?  The Democrats don’t resign when they’re caught red-handed with their hand in the till or in bed with an intern or whatever else transgression the Democrats engage in. There are no resignations and there are no demands for resignations.

The president criticized the media on Tuesday, saying the “real story” the press should be focusing on is “why there are so many illegal leaks coming out of Washington.”

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes claims, “If [the Flynn conversation] was picked up inadvertently, then that would have had to have been approved by someone in the last administration to actually unmask his name so that the FBI or intelligence officials knew who it was on the other end of the phone talking to the Russian ambassador.”

“If, in fact, the press reports are right, someone made the decision to deliberately listen to General Flynn’s phone calls and that is, I think, unprecedented, unwarranted and flat-out wrong,” Nunes added.

Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson has pinned the blame on “somebody in the nebulous intelligence community.”

“Who tapped the phones, who was listening to it, who leaked it? I think those are legitimate questions to ask,” Johnson told Fox News on Tuesday. “Leaks of this nature are incredibly damaging to America … and we need to look into it.”

Democrat Operation: ‘White Ant Trump’

Trump undertook to drain the swamp, but he needs a serious pest inspection and fumigation if The White House.

With Flynn leaks, Democrat shadow warriors inside The White House have drawn first blood.  The rogue weasels have struck.

Terrified that Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn would tear them out root and branch, they connived and colluded, anonymously of course, to leak highly-sensitive intelligence information to destroy Flynn before he could destroy them.

The shadow warriors technique “involved deep penetration of a hostile regime by planting a network of agents at key crossroads of power, where they could steal secrets and steer policy by planting disinformation, cooking intelligence, provocation, and outright lies.”

Their target is the president of the United States, and they began leaking even before President Trump was sworn into office.

Government officials take an oath of office to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies — foreign and domestic.  No one says you have to like the president or his policies. But senior officials are expected to serve him and carry out lawful orders.

Democrat termites are eating into the Oval Office furniture.

When domestic enemies rear their head and seek to undermine the president and his lawful orders, that’s called sedition.  But the leakers disclosed to the public — and our enemies — sensitive and classified information. That is illegal.  It’s time for the Attorney General to launch a thorough investigation to unmask the leakers, before the damage gets worse.

A barrage of damning leaks is making the president look weaker every day.  The White House needs to put serious preventive measures in place.