H*LL YEAH!! Rex Tillerson Fired Nearly All Of The 7th Floor

A powerful group of high-ranking STATE officials that are referred to as ‘The 7th Floor Group’ or ‘The Shadow Government’, have just been FIRED by our buddy Rex Tillerson.

Just as we need term limits for congress, some of these bureaucrats are so entrenched they no longer respond to the will of elected officials.

Well, it looks like Tillerson is off to a great start, and it is preparing for a new set of “professional” diplomats….and for a VERY good reason!

In October, a NY Post story reported that State Department officials, referred to as the “shadow government” controlled the release of the Clinton emails.

According to NYPost:

The latest FBI dump of documents from the investigation into Clinton’s email follies includes a summary of one agent’s talks with Undersecretary Patrick Kennedy — who, the agent said, “pressured” him to “change the classified email to unclassified.”

Kennedy “asked his assistance in altering the email’s classification in exchange for a ‘quid pro quo,’ ” the summary says. “In exchange for marking the email unclassified, State would reciprocate by allowing the FBI to place more agents in countries where they were presently forbidden.”

Independent Sentinel continues,

…Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Raymond Maxwell told the House Select Committee on Benghazi that Hillary Clinton confidants were part of an operation to “separate” damaging documents before they were turned over to the Accountability Review Board investigating security lapses surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, Sharyl Attkisson reported.

Here is a video of the alarming revelations discovered by WikiLeaks:


News networks across the nation are bemoaning the ‘loss’ of the ‘shadow government”; the very same people who that flaunted Congressional oversight and slow-walked evidence harmful to Hillary in the investigation.

These people have fought tooth and nail to defend the constant corruption, and it’s about time someone saw right through their intentions.

THIS, my friends… is what ‘Draining the Swamp’ looks like!


Well done, Rex!

Source: www.americanjournalreview.com

Rex Tillerson reassigns ‘hundreds’ of State Department employees to search for Hillary Clinton dirt

Rex Tillerson, President Garbage Fire’s largely inconsequential and oft-humiliated Secretary of State, is still struggling with unfilled positions and a president who continually undercuts his own diplomatic statements. He has, however, fully devoted himself to Trump’s only apparent use for a State Department: fishin’ for Hillary Clinton dirt.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s assignment of as many as several hundred State Department officials to quickly clear a huge backlog of public records requests is being met with deep skepticism by rank-and-file employees.Tillerson says his goal is transparency. But many State workers fear the real reason is political: expediting the public release of thousands of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s official emails.

This follows news that Trump has demanded a speedier release of any remaining emails from the previous secretary of state, an overtly political request being made by a sitting president to, if at all possible, further retaliate against his political opponent. Which is not normal.

But there’s another dynamic at work here as well: Tillerson’s demand that hundreds of State Department officials abandon their current duties to be retasked with sorting through public records requests is being seen by many of those officials as another attempt to punish and/or cull the diplomatic ranks.

The staffers also suspect the move — which will reassign many of them from far more substantive duties and has already sparked a union complaint — is meant to force many of them to resign out of frustration with what are essentially clerical positions. […]While many of the people assigned to open-records duty are lower-level staffers and interns, some have previously held prestigious posts, helping shape U.S. foreign policy and engaging in high-level diplomacy.

And under Trump, the U.S. won’t be needing any foreign policy or high-level diplomacy—so sorting through paperwork it is.