In my most recent discussion about my book Exposed: Humanity Craves Power, I engaged in a conversation about the Deep State. Someone saw a picture on my Facebook page slide show and connected it to President Trump’s claims about the Deep State and the ruling class. While I admit that most of what I said fell on deaf ears, I did have a few eyebrows rise, and one or two heads nodded.
I made the slide show to give visuals of the story’s plot. One character, Apollo, is a young journalist who recently graduated from Morehouse College. After many rejections, he lands a job as a fact-finder for a newspaper. He doesn’t like the job, but he takes advantage of the company’s database that gives him access to a world of information. Apollo is shocked to learn about two elected officials’ sorcery and Satanism practices after coming across an unprinted article about them. He decides to rewrite the report on his private blog. The article piques the interest of many readers and wins him a slew of followers. One night, he gets an email advising him to remove the article from his post – he doesn’t. Later, he opens an email with a virus that destroys his computer. Then his website is hijacked. Eventually, he meets “Mr. Blue-eyes,” who intimidates him, gifts him with a state-of-the-art laptop, a camera, and restores his website. All that Apollo has to do is write the articles and blogs that Mr. Blue-eyes assigns to him.
When I read What Happened to Bernie Sanders by Jared H. Beck, I saw that my fictional scenario wasn’t as unique as I thought. In his book, Beck explains how the Democratic National Committee used the media to conspire against Sanders to prevent his likely defeat of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primaries. Cornering the national media outlets, the DNC and the HRC campaigns worked together to paint an image against Sanders that damaged his credibility with female voters. During the 2020 elections, after the Democratic National Committee won their lawsuit against the people it misled, the media control intensified. The DNC did not want Sanders to represent them.
For this reason, Elizabeth Warren ran for the nomination in the 2020 primaries. Everyone knew Warren had no chance to be nominated. Few people know how close she is to Joe Biden, Obama, and the Clintons. She ran in the primaries for the sole purpose to prevent Sanders from gaining too much momentum by copying his agenda.
“Bernie and I both want to see universal health care, but Bernie’s plan doesn’t explain how to get there, doesn’t show how we’re going to get enough allies into it, and doesn’t show enough how we’re going to pay for it,” (Manchester, 2020)
She said this about Biden: “Nominating someone who wants to restore the world before Donald Trump, when the status quo has been leaving more and more people behind for decades, is a big risk for our party and for our country.” (Fliming, 2020)
After dropping out of the presidential race, Warren later endorsed Biden, became a supporter and advisor to his campaign. Later, she raised six million dollars for his campaign in a fundraiser. Her success with the fundraiser afforded her the privilege to serve as a key author on Biden’s post-pandemic economic recovery plans. (Fliming, 2020)
I tried to explain to my group that we only see the players in the political game. We don’t often see the assistant coaches, the trainers, and uniform cleaners. These people – in the political world – are the Deep State members. They are the appointed people in the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency. They are the in-laws and fraternity brothers for the NBC and CNN gatekeepers. While we get so focused on the players, we don’t often ask the right questions. Take, for example, Joe Biden’s promise not to comply if subpoenaed by the Senate to testify in the Trump impeachment hearing. How could he make such a bold statement? Well, the Senate can issue a subpoena, but the Department of Justice must enforce it. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see what’s happening. Biden made that statement because he knew that the Department of Justice would not enforce the subpoena.
My colleagues did not believe me. I further explained the Deep State impact when I referred them to an article in the Washington Examiner. Here is an excerpt.
The New Black Panthers case stems from an Election Day 2008 incident where two members of the New Black Panther Party were filmed outside a polling place intimidating voters and poll watchers by brandishing a billy club. Justice Department lawyers investigated the case, filed charges, and when the Panthers failed to respond, a federal court in Philadelphia entered a ‘default’ against all the Panthers defendants. But after Obama was sworn in, the Justice Department reversed course, dismissed charges against three of the defendants, and let the fourth off with a narrowly tailored restraining order.
The Court’s decision is another piece of evidence showing the Obama Justice Department is run by individuals who have a problem telling the truth,’ Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. ‘The decision shows that we can’t trust the Obama Justice Department to fairly administer our nation’s voting and election laws.'” (Carroll, 2012)
My colleagues had not heard of this case. I asked them if Donald Trump were accused of the same, would they have heard of it? The Deep State participants adamantly control the narratives ensuring that unfavorable articles do not reach the top pages.
For Trump, however, there is no slowdown. The assaults against his character are far different from his predecessor or even Hillary Clinton. Over the last three and a half years, it has gone on and on. In contrast, even now, with Biden’s overt lies. I doubt that Biden even cares if we know he’s lying. The media slant toward him is undeniable.
The following quote from Stephen Miller sheds light on who are the key operatives of the Deep State.
“I’ve worked in the federal government now for nearly three years. I know what the deep state looks like. I know the difference between a whistleblower and a deep state operative. This is a deep state operative, pure and simple. People who haven’t been in the federal government, who haven’t worked in the White House may not appreciate this but the situation as you have a group of unelected bureaucrats who think that they need to take down this president.” (Key, 2019)
As Miller points out, these operatives are real people. The consensus is that sense Deep State operatives do not walk around with pins, secret handshakes, and set up a website. The existence of it is nothing more than a conspiracy theory to support Donald Trump.
The truth is that hundreds of nonelected high-ranking officials work in various government arms. They support the elected officials responsible for them having those jobs. They understand that their connections to those elected officials often give them business and social leverage. When the men and women occupying those positions gain influence, the candidates or DNC decision-makers leverage that influence. The system, not the people, is the Deep State.
Even after their candidate leaves office, employment rights and laws protect their supporters from unreasonable termination. Since the incoming elected official can’t fire them, the leveraging continues – but now against the newly elected official. Keep in mind that Elizabeth Warren was not elected to head the CFPB. Obama and Biden appointed her to that office. They created rules to prevent her from being fired or falling under the Senate’s authority. A move like that – undoubtedly unconstitutional – establishes the infrastructure of the Deep State. We should have suspicions when or if she becomes Biden’s Treasury Secretary – another unelected position. How can anyone miss these connections?
In my book, Apollo comes to grips with his ambition. He rides from New Orleans, where he researched Horus Fitsroy’s family history and connections to secret societies. Apollo feels remorse coming to grips with the likelihood that his article could destroy Horus Fitsroy’s presidential run. He begins to loath his profession while realizing that he must become an unscrupulous reporter to have the luxurious life he wants. Apollo begins to question his ability to conspire and underhand those who trust him as he doubts his profession’s integrity.
I am no different. I have lost all faith in journalism. The term fake news has become more real to me than ever before. Now, I find more credibility in the ordinary WordPress blogs than I do in ABC or CNN. News is not journalism anymore; it morphed into sensationalism. The free press is up for sale. During this election, Joe Biden will raise more than 100 million dollars from people who donate cash. It is very saddening that so much of that goes to buying the free press, sensationalizing half-truths, and blindsiding the American people with Deep State agendas and coverups.
Carroll, C. (2012, July 30). Federal Court finds Obama appointees interfered with New Black Panther prosecution. Retrieved from Washington Examiner: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/federal-court-finds-obama-appointees-interfered-with-new-black-panther-prosecution
Fliming, W. (2020, August 11). Once A Top Contender, Elizabeth Warren Nixed As Joe Biden’s Running Mate. Retrieved from WBUR News: https://www.wbur.org/news/2020/08/11/kamala-harris-biden-passes-warren-vice-president
Key, P. (2019, September 29). Stephen Miller: Whistleblower ‘a Deep State Operative,’ Has ‘Contempt for the President’. Retrieved from Breitbart: https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019/09/29/stephen-miller-whistleblower-a-deep-state-operative-has-contempt-for-the-president/
Manchester, J. (2020, February 25). Warren attacks Bernie at the debate, says his team trashed her. Retrieved from The Hill: https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/484636-warren-attacks-bernie-at-debate-says-his-team-trashed-her