President Donald Trump was allegedly “furious” to learn that whistleblower Richard Higgins was fired, according to sources. The “irregular-warfare expert’s” memo “POTUS and Political Warfare,” explicitly detailed the “high-level, coordinated effort to subvert the president” that the anonymous New York Times Op-Ed writer just boldly admitted.
“‘Deep state’ actors, globalists, bankers, Islamists, and establishment [RINO] Republicans” have one terrible goal. “Their aim is to kill the issues” President Trump was elected on, Higgins told Monica Crowley in an interview published by The Hill.
The sleeper cell operative who penned the Times Op-Ed is hailed as a hero while Higgins is treated by the media like a nut-case. Worse, barely 48 hours after the report reached President Trump’s desk, Higgins was fired and escorted from the National Security Council’s strategic planning office by the deputy to H.R. McMaster.
“We’re still in Afghanistan. We don’t have the border wall or even funding for it. We still have ObamaCare.” All thanks to “meme warfare.”
As Higgins insists in his memo, “political warfare is warfare.” Every day, more evidence surfaces of the way the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice conspired against the president.
Higgins predicted the “withering information campaigns” that have been aimed at President Trump by the liberal media. “The DOJ and FBI are leaving the rule of law in tatters,” he asserts, “while the Republican establishment allows a nearly 18-month-long unprecedented, extra-legal Mueller spectacle to continue unabated.”
The biggest factor working against Trump now is the fact that “the Republican establishment was allowed to staff out his new administration.” Higgins says that was, “an epic mistake.”
“These bad actors have shielded the Obama holdovers from dismissal, tolerated the bureaucratic slow-rolling by corrupt government officials, populated the administration with their own loyalists, and prevented qualified, actual Trump supporters from being hired. Not to mention the Trump supporters the media and establishment loyalists co-conspired to push out once hired.”
“This toxic betrayal mixed with a media that covers for corrupt leaders in the FBI and DOJ, while hurling itself into one manufactured fake story after another, makes this an unprecedented crisis,” he asserts.
Higgins is convinced that Robert Mueller’s “deep-state rear-guard action exists to cover the retreat of corrupt officials.” This insidious scheme so far beyond normal politics as to be an assault at “an unprecedented level” engineered to topple “a seated president through manipulation of the news cycle.”
In the recent interview, Higgins lamented he still “underestimated how egregious the abuses of power actually were.” That is an alarming statement considering what he wrote in May of 2017.
“Because the hard left is aligned with Islamist organizations at local (ANTIFA working with Muslim Brotherhood doing business as MSA and CAIR), national (ACLU and BLM working with CAIR and MPAC) and international levels (OIC working with OSCE and the UN), recognition must be given to the fact that they seamlessly interoperate at the narrative level as well.”
As a candidate, Trump proclaimed in October of 2016, “The establishment and their media enablers wield control over this nation through a means that are very well known. Anyone who challenges their control is deemed a sexist, a racist, a xenophobe, and morally deformed.”
Higgins explains, “political correctness is a weapon against reason and critical thinking.”
“Candidate Trump’s rhetoric in the campaign not only cut through the Marxist narrative, he did so in ways that were viscerally comprehensible to a voting bloc that then made candidate Trump the president, making that bloc self-aware in the process.”
“Through the campaign,” Higgins warned, “candidate Trump tapped into a deep vein of concern among many citizens that America is at risk and is slipping away. Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed.”
“Atomization of society must also occur at the individual level, with attacks directed against all levels of group and personal identity. Hence the sexism, racism and xenophobia memes.”
For instance, “Transgender acceptance” memes attack “at the most basic level by denying a person the right to declare the biological fact of one’s sex.”
Moderate Republicans, Higgins notes, are “more afraid of being accused of being called a racist, sexist, homophobe or Islamophobe than of failing to enforce their oaths to ‘support and defend the Constitution.’”
That is how moderates soon become “increasingly indistinguishable from their democratic counterparts save that they misrepresent themselves to their constituents.” They easily get sucked in to working “with globalists, corporatists, and the international financial interests and will likewise service the deep state.”
Higgins is convinced that President Trump and true conservatives are fully “at war,” fighting for the future of our culture. “From an operational preparation of the environment perspective, President Trump is operating in a battle-space that reflects the left’s vision.”
The liberal left fills our lives with pervasive attack narratives at every level. “They operate in social media, television, the 24-hour news cycle in all media, and are entrenched at the upper levels of the bureaucracies and within the foreign policy establishment.”
“They inform the entertainment industry from late night monologues, to situation comedies, to television series memes, to movie themes.”
The key to the entire propaganda narrative is what are called Meta narratives. The idea is to “delegitimize President Trump, his administration, and the vision of America he projected as a candidate.” The way they accomplish it is to “relentlessly” characterize President Trump as “unfit.”
Supporting narratives back up the Meta narrative. “Russia hacked the election” makes Trump “illegitimate.” He’s “obstructing justice” means he’s corrupt. “Hiding collusion is dishonest.” If Trump is “Putin’s puppet,” he’s treasonous.
Backdrop narratives complete the formula. “[meta] President Trump is illegitimate, [supporting] he was elected because of Russian hacking, [backdrop] and besides, he is a racist, sexist xenophobe.”
What Higgins is most worried about is the fact that “Those individuals and groups seeking the destruction of President Trump actually seek to suffocate the vision of America that made him president.”