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White House Search and Destroy Mission in a Target-Rich Environment

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White House Search and Destroy Mission in a Target-Rich Environment
Unless the New York Times op-ed now dominating the news was written by one of the Times’ own boot-licking lackeys—of which there are many— it shouldn’t take the Trump White House ‘Search and Destroy’ initiative long to suss out the ‘anonymous’ writer.

“It’s a question on the minds of White House aides and the media after the New York Times published a blistering critique of President Donald Trump, penned by an author identified only as an unnamed senior Trump administration official. (ABC, Sept. 6, 2018)


“In the op-ed, the anonymous insider claimed that, along with several others, to have “vowed to thwart parts of [the president’s] agenda and his worst inclinations.”

Prog-lefties never remain anonymous for long mostly because it denies them their signature bragging rights of which they can never let go.

Once the ‘Search and Destroy’ mission strikes success—and it’s only a matter of time before it does—they should fully identify Mr. or Ms. Anonymous, renaming the mission the ‘So and So Search and Destroy Mission’.  It should then be used to out all other saboteurs, hiding, Obama-like behind the devious cloak of anonymity.

Forget Lie Detector Tests, which sometimes prove inconclusive for seasoned liars, and remember that by hinting that their saboteurs are among President Trump’s most trusted circle is straight out of Saul Alinksy, keeping the president busy from fulfilling his bucket list.

It is all but guaranteed the ‘So and So Search and Destroy Mission’ will find a gold mine of saboteurs in every nook and cranny of the White House and in government office.

Start by waiting for flag waggers like Jim Messina,  making full use of their bragging rights, to come crawling out of the woodwork.

“Jim Messina, former deputy chief of staff to President Obama, told ABC News’ “Start Here” podcast it would’ve been up to him to out the anonymous insider: “I am sure that whoever is the poor fool who had my old job is getting reamed right now by the president of the United States and being told to figure out who the hell this guy is. (ABC)

Was the word “guy” a slip of the tongue here?

The gender of the anonymous insider is an unknown.

“In the Obama White House, Messina, who was in charge of operations, said staffers would’ve combed through phone logs and e-mail searches in an attempt to solve the mystery, but it wouldn’t have been easy, especially if the writer wasn’t working inside the White House. (ABC Sept. 6, 2018)

“The truth is, you’re not going to figure it out unless someone was really sloppy or really dumb,” he said on “Start Here.” “I can just tell you that when I was deputy chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel would have walked into my office with a bat, and either he would have walked out, or I would have walked out, but I would have figured out what to do about this, I promise you.”

Sure you would have, Jim Sherlock Holmes Messina.  It was easy for you to hide who Barack Hussein Obama was with the mainstream media already in the tank for him.

“The best-run campaign ever”

But here’s a nifty bonus one gets from braggarts like Obama water boy Messina, who now runs Organizing for Action.

Google bigwig Eric Schmidt called Messina’s 2012 Obama campaign: “The best-run campaign ever”.

That brings us to googling the question where Schmidt is now?

In the underpinnings of no less than the U.S. Defense Department, that’s where.

Since 2016 Schmidt has been running the Defense Innovation Advisory Board of which Obama Czar Cass Sunstein was a board member until he mysteriously wasn’t.


And how about Schmidt advisory board member William H. McRaven, a retired Navy admiral, who was commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command from 2011 to 2014 and oversaw the 2011 Navy SEAL raid in Pakistan that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden?

This is what McRaven wrote to President Trump in August of 2018:

“Dear Mr. President:

“Former CIA director John Brennan, whose security clearance you revoked on Wednesday, is one of the finest public servants I have ever known. Few Americans have done more to protect this country than John. He is a man of unparalleled integrity, whose honesty and character have never been in question, except by those who don’t know him.

“Therefore, I would consider it an honor if you would revoke my security clearance as well, so I can add my name to the list of men and women who have spoken up against your presidency.

“Like most Americans, I had hoped that when you became president, you would rise to the occasion and become the leader this great nation needs.”

Where is McRaven’s loyalty to the current Commander In Chief?

Why is Congress wasting its time holding a hearing into whether or not Google is deliberately suppressing conservative news by its algorithms with former Google head Eric Schmidt overseeing the Defense Innovation Advisory Board?

The Defense Innovation Advisory Board would be the perfect place for the ‘So and So Search and Destroy Mission’ to start.

Happy digging.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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