Chief of staff imposes lockdown on flow of information
Paul Joseph Watson
August 24, 2017
White House chief of staff General John Kelly has instituted a new system to control the flow of information that means President Trump will not be handed stories from Infowars or other non-mainstream outlets.
“The new system, laid out in two memos co-authored by Kelly and Porter and distributed to Cabinet members and White House staffers in recent days, is designed to ensure that the president won’t see any external policy documents, internal policy memos, agency reports and even news articles that haven’t been vetted,” reports Politico.
According to Axios’ Jonathan Swan, the change means that Trump will no longer be handed Infowars stories.
John Kelly cuts down on Infowars, Charles Johnson stories https://t.co/0tgysPzCwX
— Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) August 24, 2017
This confirms what Jack Posobiec reported weeks ago, when he was told by White House sources that Jana Toner, a member of the Presidential Personnel Office, was threatening White House interns that if they shared content from Infowars on social media, they would be fired.
The news will undoubtedly bolster complaints emanating from Trump’s base that he has been isolated and surrounded by globalists who have no interest in furthering Trump’s “America first” message.
Trump has cited Infowars stories on numerous occasions, both on Twitter and during his public speeches, enraging many in the mainstream media and the left.
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This article was posted: Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 10:43 am