- White House aide accuses staff of being Deep State.
- Cultural Marxists involved in government Cabal.
- Conspirators want Trump to fall to preserve their project.
A former White House aide who was a director for strategic of planning has been forced out of his job for sending out a memo accusing “A cabal of leftist “deep state” government workers, “globalists,” bankers, adherents to Islamic fundamentalism and establishment Republicans are conspiring to remove President Trump and impose cultural Marxism in the United States.”And the fact is, he’s probably right.
Rich Higgins drafted and wrote the seven page memo whilst actually inside the White House and began circulating it among colleagues. It is apparently a political polemic that sets out how and why he believes Cultural Marxists are operating a Deep State with the intention of bringing down the president.
He believes that they see President Trump (then Candidate Trump) as an existential threat to all of the work they have done so far in promoting Marxist Memes. Higgins wrote: “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. Recognizing in candidate Trump an existential threat to cultural Marxist memes that dominate the prevailing cultural narrative, those that benefit recognize the threat he poses and seek his destruction.”
The memo was quickly reigned in internally but the published version can still be read. Whilst many on the Radical Left are quick to dismiss Higgins as a “Right Winger” and a lunatic, the fact remains that much of what he wrote is true. It is not politics as usual, and the Left really is trying to remove this “threat” from office by any means necessary. Barely a week goes by when a member of the Democrat Party does not announce a new plan for “impeachment”.
The Washington Post says that the memo made it to the president via Don Jr. and that the president’s reaction was anger that Higgins had been fired. It is not clear if this is factual as WaPo hasn’t stated who their source is.
Despite the almost unanimous classification of Higgins’ memo as “Unadulterated American Crazy”, he makes an interesting point on how President Trump must grow in relation to Candidate Trump: “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. President Trump is either the candidate he ran as, or he is nothing.”
This is a statement that is echoing with Trump voters across the nation.