State Department Wracked by Departures under Trump #QAnon

November 25, 2017

Compiled by Lisa Phillips of

On August 1, 2017, we reported on Kristine Marcy, the founder of the U.S. Senior Executive Service and author of the Department of Defense’s (DOD) accelerated mentor-protégé loan guarantee program for the purpose of providing finances to government contractors for illegal activities such as 9/11.

Kristin Marcy is the sister of Abel Danger‘s Field McConnell, a former Vietnam fighter pilot and commercial airline pilot.  In Mr. McConnell’s letter to President Trump, he stated, “You are quoted as telling White House staff that you expect them to “put country first, the president second, and their own needs and priorities last” and that you have warned them “Even if it may seem innocuous to pass along some bit of classified information to someone without a clearance it’s a crime.”

McConnell believes that he and his Marine Corps colleagues including yourself (President Trump) and Robert Mueller will need “witness protection if they are to reveal classified information showing how Serco‘s shareholders, including the UK government and Marcy’s Senior Executive Service used Demon software, Websense IFF and the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet to conceal an attempted coup d’état on 9/11.”

On September 5, 2017, we reported “Abel Danger’s David Hawkins exposes the dirty FBI and their recruitment for Serco’s facial recognition software “victims” for the purpose of blackmailing FBI agent provocateurs by using a group called DOJ Pride.  Lesbians Hillary Clinton, Kristine Marcy, and Janet Reno are also exposed.”

Today, we’re happy to report on a purge of the State Department, where many of the embedded traitors were employed. Officials are expressing concern over a series of departures of high-ranking diplomats at the State Department, with one former official warning that “having so many vacancies in essential places is a disaster waiting to happen.”

“These people either do not believe the U.S. should be a world leader, or they’re utterly incompetent,” Dana Shell Smith told The New York Times. Smith was the ambassador to Qatar until she resigned in June.

Aides for Tillerson have also reportedly depleted much of the department’s diversity by firing most of the department’s leading African-American and Latino diplomats.

“I don’t feel targeted as an African-American,” former Ambassador to Liberia and African Affairs secretary Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Times. “I feel targeted as a professional.”

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