It has been a long time coming for the minions and moles left behind by eight years of corruption under Obama.
We have been waiting for this moment for so long, but it is finally hear… The administration of President Trump is cleaning house!
For starters, the president’s Secretary of State, former oil executive Rex Tillerson, just recently ousted every single individual appointed by the Obama administration (Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama) within his own state department.
According to the New York Post:
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is cleaning house at the State Department, according to a report.
Staffers in the offices of deputy secretary of state for management and resources as well as counselor were shown the door Thursday, according to CBS News.
Many of those let go were on the building’s seventh floor — top-floor bigs — a symbolically important sign to the rest of the diplomatic corps that their new boss has different priorities than the last one.
The staffing changes came as Tillerson was on his first foreign trip — attending a G-20 meeting in Bonn, Germany.
Talk about a much needed and long overdue purge!
He did not start small either, as reports confirmed that Secretary Tillerson got rid of almost the entire seventh floor, which is known to be where the VIPs and big shots work in the State Department. This sends a message loud and clear: corruption time is over, and we want to make America Great Again.
That all starts with weeding out the leaks and corruption, and President Trump and his administration know this all too well.
It also sends a reassuring message to Trump supporters that he is not only keeping his promises, but is exceeding expectations regardless of the constant attempts to obstruct his every move.
No one is safe. President Trump does not care if you are the janitor or the Director, if you are corrupt, you are fired!
All indicators point to the fact that the CIA, the NSA, and the FBI are the next up on the hot seat! Or, more appropriately, on the chopping block! How about the IRS, too, Sir?