Full Memo Of Fired NSC Whistleblower Reveals McMaster Leading Anti-Trump Coup

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The full content of the memo written by Rich Higgins, a former NSC director of strategic planning who was fired for writing it by NSA HR McMaster, has now been made public as well as some details surrounding the events. In it he describes all out political warfare, with leftists intent on subverting the Trump presidency and driving him out of office.

In the seven-page memo from May, Higgins sounds the alarm that “The Trump administration is suffering under withering information campaigns designed to first undermine, then delegitimize and ultimately remove the president.”

He says, “This is not politics as usual but rather political warfare at an unprecedented level that is openly engaged in the direct targeting of a seated president through manipulation of the news cycle.” Higgins gave the Trump Administration failing marks for their response, writing, “The White House response to these campaigns reflects a political advocacy mindset that it is intensely reactive, severely under-inclusive and dangerously inadequate to the threat. If action is not taken to re-scope and respond to these hostile campaigns very soon, the administration risks implosion and subsequent early departure from the White House.”

Higgins’ writings confirm what many of us already understood, that President Trump is being attacked because he represents “an existential threat to cultural Marxist memes that dominate the prevailing cultural narrative.” He wrote that those who see President Trump as a threat include “‘deep state’ actors, globalists, bankers, Islamists, and establishment Republicans.”

Higgins had worked on the Trump campaign and transition before coming to the NSC. After drafting the memo in May, he circulated it to friends of his from the transition, many of whom now hold positions in the White House.

Once the orchestrator of the rebellion against President Trump, NSA HR McMaster, set his eyes on the memo, Higgins was called to the office of McMaster’s deputy, Ricky Waddell and given the choice of resigning and keeping his security clearance or being fired and likely losing it.

Donald Jr. gave the memo to his father, described as “gushing over it” and furious at McMaster

The memo eventually made its way to Donald Trump Jr. at around the same time the media and Congress were hyperventilating over the June 2016 meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya in Trump Tower. Donald Jr. gave the memo to his father who was described by sources as “gushing over it” as he read it. Trump later learned from Sean Hannity that Higgins had been fired and is said to have been furious. A senior administration official quoted in “Foreign Policy” says “He is still furious.”

A source familiar with the document said its purpose was to educate others within the White House to the nature of the threat President Trump faces.  An administration official noted, “The memo maybe reads a little crazy, sure, but it’s not wrong and Rich isn’t crazy.”

Higgins wrote, “In candidate Trump, the opposition saw a threat to the ‘politically correct’ enforcement narratives they’ve meticulously laid in over the past few decades. In President Trump, they see a latent threat to continue that effort to ruinous effect and their retaliatory response reflects this fear.”

He added that during the campaign, Trump demonstrated an ability to cut through the leftist narratives and for that reason consider him to be “an existential threat to cultural Marxist memes that dominate the prevailing cultural narrative.”

For this cabal, Trump must be destroyed, it’s intensified to crisis level proportions

He said, “For this cabal, Trump must be destroyed. Far from politics as usual, this is a political warfare effort that seeks the destruction of a sitting president. Since Trump took office, the situation has intensified to crisis level proportions.”

The Free Beacon noted “The political warfare campaign seeks to exploit differences in society based on sexism, racism and xenophobia narratives. The program is implemented by mainstream media, and the academic community is the main driver promoting the imposition of cultural Marxism and derivatives of it.”

They added, “Islamists, supporters of political Islam in the United States, also are working with leftists who they regard as having the best chance of reducing Western civilization to the benefit of Islamic supremacists. The Islamists are seeking to divide American society against itself as a way of undermining stability.”

Higgins wrote, “This is the intended outcome of hostile information cum political warfare campaigns and today we see their effects on American society.” He said a complicating factor in the political warfare program is that “many close to the president have pushed him off his message when he was candidate Trump thus alienating him from his base thereby isolating him in the process.”

The political warfare follows the insurgency methods used by Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong. “In Maoist insurgencies, the formation of a counter-state is essential to seizing state power,” he said. “Political warfare operates as one of the activities of the ‘counter-state’ and is primarily focused on the resourcing and mobilization of the counter state or the exhaustion and demobilization of the targeted political movement. In the Marxist strategy and tactics, political correctness is being used to foster intolerance of political movements of the right and toleration of leftist movements.”

Cultural Marxist narrative is fully deployed, pervasive, full spectrum and ongoing

He described the attack narratives being used as pervasive, visible in social media, television, and the 24-hour news cycle in all media, as well as within the foreign policy establishment. “They inform the entertainment industry from late night monologues, to situation comedies, to television series memes, to movie themes,” wrote Higgins. “The effort required to direct this capacity at President Trump is little more than a programming decision to do so. The cultural Marxist narrative is fully deployed, pervasive, full spectrum and ongoing.”

Information attacks against the president are carried out through overt publicity and covert propaganda and infiltration and subversion means. The current campaign against Trump is seeking to delegitimize the president, his administration, and the vision of America he promoted as a candidate.

Key major opposition themes are that Trump is illegitimate, corrupt, and dishonest. Secondary political attacks include the notion that Russia hacked the election, Trump obstructed justice and is hiding Russian collusion, and that he is a “puppet” of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

“Adversaries utilize these interlocking narratives as a defensive political and information warfare screen that silences critics and smears supporters of President Trump,” Higgins said. “When people in the media question the behavior, actions and decisions of the Trump administration’s opponents, they are immediately said to be ‘working for the Russians’ or ‘supporting Russian propaganda,'” as Rep Adam Schiff did in his linked comments.

Not just about destroying Trump, but the vision of America that led to Trump

“Attacks on President Trump are not just about destroying him, but also about destroying the vision of America that lead [sic] to his election,” Higgins said. Higgins concluded the memo by noting that defending the president is a defense of the United States. “In the same way President Lincoln was surrounded by political opposition both inside and outside of his wire, in both overt and covert forms, so too is President Trump.

“Had Lincoln failed, so too would have the Republic. The administration has been maneuvered into a constant backpedal by relentless political warfare attacks structured to force him to assume a reactive posture that assures inadequate responses. The president can either drive or be driven by events; it’s time for him to drive them.”

The memo can be read in its entirety at “Foreign Policy” here.


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27 Comments on Full Memo Of Fired NSC Whistleblower Reveals McMaster Leading Anti-Trump Coup

  1. Kelleigh Nelson // August 14, 2017 at 7:24 pm // Reply

    When I tried to unsubscribe from Cons. Tree House up popped all the people I like, including Rick’s site, and if I said unsubscribe, I’d lose all of the ones I liked, there were about four on the list besides CTH, so, I don’t remember what I did, but I’m still getting Rick’s, and if I get CTH again, I’ll try it again and snap a pic of it to send to you. What a bizarre thing, why can’t one just unsubscribe from one. Weird

  2. is there a way rich that we can unsubscribe from just one like CTH? are all of them tied up to one subscribtion?

  3. Yes. I got banned from CTH last year when I had a dissenting opinion on Pence. CTH would spin a positive 3D chess article if Trump appointed Soros as chief of staff.

    If I remember you have to unsubscribe all and then resubscribe to what you want.

    • Kelleigh Nelson // August 14, 2017 at 9:59 am // Reply

      Oh you’re so very right Ben! That’s what most folks are saying. I cannot understand why all those good outfits are linked in one UNSUBSCRIBE. It infuriated me! I just wanted to unsubscribe from CTH’s emails because of their extreme lack of integrity.

  4. Deplorable Doctor // August 14, 2017 at 5:37 am // Reply

    Fire McNaster ASAP! Rich Higgins, a former NSC director of strategic planning who was fired, NEEDS TO BE APPOINTED “CHIEF OF STAFF,” Not NSA!

  5. Kelleigh Nelson // August 14, 2017 at 4:49 am // Reply

    I’m with ya on this one Jim, big time…and what’s with his support of moderate estab globalist and McConnell lover, Luther Strange…argh, I want to wretch

  6. Kelleigh Nelson // August 14, 2017 at 4:45 am // Reply

    Yeah, me too Rick, read what I just sent you in email. Also, beware of Conservative Tree House, the LAST REFUGE, because they have no journalistic integrity, they are promoting McMaster. I tried to unsubscribe, but it wanted me to unsubscribe to you! What the!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. well.
    for months now i have been suspended from face Book, which I DON’T CARE, but I’M in the PENALTY BOX WITH TWITTER AGAIN, MUST A SHAMED ONE TO MANY SNOWFLAKES LIBTARDS THERE.
    this is my 4TH TIME IN AS MANY MONTHS.

  8. Kelleigh Nelson // August 13, 2017 at 9:59 am // Reply

    Bannon is no leaker, and I’m with you … McMaster, Mattis, Kelly, Dina Powell, Rosenstein, Mueller, McCabe, and many others need to be thoroughly ousted and destroyed. Want to know the leaker? Many of us are betting on Pence…he’s a long time globalist insider. He spent 12 years in Congress with the schmucks and voted exactly opposite of Trump’s policies

  9. Kelleigh Nelson // August 13, 2017 at 9:54 am // Reply

    Excellent job, tweeting is the new way to quickly slam things! Superb…everyone should do it and it’s easy

  10. Kelleigh Nelson // August 13, 2017 at 9:52 am // Reply

    But why would trump allow someone like McMaster who is communicating with Soros to bring Trump down? It doesn’t make any sense.

  11. I can’t understand why Trump seems to be allowing this and even seems, at times, to be enabling it. Perhaps McMaster has something on Trump because in Trump’s talk and actions McMaster is one of his “greatest and best friends”.

    It also appears that the WH has been filled with globalists/Marxists to put their agenda back on track.

  12. Yes, we do have our President’s back. McMaster and globalists would do well to watch theirs. As long as President Trump knows what’s going on, he will be plotting and planning how to take them down. And, whether they understand or not, God also has our President’s back. Once things start happening, they won’t know what hit them! Pray hard, everyone. Every prayer adds to our strength.

    • Pat: I sure hope you’re correct that Trump knows what’s going on. He certainly doesn’t act like it on many days.

  13. Deplorable Doctor // August 12, 2017 at 9:51 pm // Reply

    Rich Higgins, a former NSC director of strategic planning who was fired, NEEDS TO BE APPOINTED “CHIEF OF STAFF ASAP.” Fire McMaster!

    • Doctor: McMaster is National Security Advisor. The Chief of Staff is John Kelly. Are you saying to fire Kelly? Or, fire McMaster? Or, fire both?

      I think both should be fired. Especially after what I read today that they’ve convinced Trump that Bannon is the White House leaker and Trump needs to get rid of him. We know that ain’t true.

  14. This story is huge and I am tweeting all about it. Easy to read text of memo is here:
    One of my tweets, of this article
    Best wishes

    • Thanks Hdee for helping me get out there

      • Donald Trump overcame adversity never before seen in a presidential election, now those who would seek to destroy President Trump have an adversary unlike they have never seen before!

        He is also the most brilliant leader in the history of the world!

        • That may well be true Roger, and I hope it is, I was a big Trump supporter and I still am but there is a hesitation in some areas that is puzzling, particularly in staffing and he’s taking to long to get assertive where it seems that he needs to be, as in plugging the leaks and eliminating the Obama holdovers – and stacking the NSC with swamp vermin. If he’s got all of these scumbags targeting him, as he does, why haven’t there been firings across the board at the State Dept and DOJ and FBI where he knows they need to happen, what’s the deal?

  15. Kelleigh Nelson // August 12, 2017 at 8:37 pm // Reply

    Oh yes, and with CAIR defending McMaster, that tells us everything. Why the hell is this rotter still the NSA? Get him the hell out of there!

  16. well.

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