The leaking empire of Washington, D.C. has claimed many casualties within the Trump White House. Fortunately, one of the major leakers has been outed.
Kelly Sadler, a low-level staffer in the Trump White House, recently sent out an erroneous email to the press saying that Dr. Sebastian Gorka did not resign from the Trump White House. According to Breitbart, Sadler ends her email by saying “No attribution to me, please. Senior White House official only.”
Sadler is certainly not a “Senior White House official.” She is only a press staffer and a special assistant to President Trump.
As reported by several media outlets, Dr. Gorka did indeed resign from the Trump White House. In his very detailed letter, Dr. Gorka wrote, “Regrettably, outside of yourself, the individuals who most embodied and represented the policies that will ‘Make America Great Again,’ have been internally countered, systematically removed, or undermined in recent months. This was made patently obvious as I read the text of your speech on Afghanistan this week.”
It is clear that Dr. Gorka’s resignation letter is a protest against the globalist influence of Generals Kelly, McMaster, and Mattis. Dr. Gorka, like former White House staffer Steve Bannon, is more than likely miffed by the power of “Javanka,” the Democratic duo of Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka.
Even though General John Kelly has restricted access to President Trump, many still believe that liberals Kushner and Ivanka could be a bad influence on the president.
Dr. Gorka’s resignation also signals popular disapproval of President Trump’s change of heart regarding the war in Afghanistan.
Gorka, a long-time critic of America’s approach to the War on Terror, chastised President Trump’s Afghanistan announcement for not mentioning “radical Islamic terrorism.”
This omission was likely carried out under the advice of Lt. General H.R. McMaster, a globalist who has received funding from state sponsors of terrorism like Qatar.
General McMaster once endorsed a book entitled Militant Islamist Ideology: Understanding the Global Threat, which suggested that U.S. troops and generals in Muslim countries perform ceremonies wherein they bow down to and kiss the Koran.
As for Sadler, her erroneous information was quickly picked up by the mainstream media.
CNN’s Jim Acosta tweeted: “WH official: ‘Sebastian Gorka did not resign, but I can confirm he no longer works at the White House.'”
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The magazine Variety likewise chimed in by tweeting out: “White House official: “Sebastian Gorka did not resign, but I can confirm he no longer works at the White House.”
Given that Mrs. Sadler is a former reporter for the virulently anti-Trump Washington Post, and given that her husband, Frank Sadler, worked for Carly Fiorina, she is more than likely someone in conflict with the “America First” agenda.
Overall, the story of Sadler’s misinformation and Dr. Gorka’s resignation highlight the growing takeover of the Trump White House by forces that do not represent his base or President Trump’s populist-nationalist agenda. Dr. Gorka’s resignation is a warning — unless President Trump takes back the original campaign message and follows it, then his presidency is in danger.