President Trumps Hires A Fighter

President Trump, realizing many of his original advisers were deep state plants, has decided purge some of the dead weight and replace them with actual conservative fighters. People like Richard Grenell.

President Donald Trump has named United States Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell to be the next acting director of national intelligence.

New York Times first reported Trump’s intent to have Grenell join the White House team, and officials familiar with the process told the Daily Caller that Grenell is expected to assume his duties Thursday.

CNN claims he is not expected to be nominated beyond acting status as, “there is no way he could get confirmed” by the Senate. Still, Grenell’s track record as Ambassador to Germany suggests he is capable of fulfilling the position.

Additionally, he would be the first openly gay member of the president’s cabinet in U.S. history.

When I was on Twitter, Grenell was one of my first follows. The guy is the real deal, and he does not suffer fools. If you’re a Trump supporter, this is a fantastic appointment. If you’re a deep stater, this will likely mean you’ll soon be arrested/fired/transferred.

Adding Intelligence To The DNI

President Trump has announced Texas Representative Dan Ratcliffe, the man who destroyed Mueller last week – will become his new Director of National Intelligence. This, ladies and gentlemen, is a spectacular move.

Republican Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe will replace Dan Coats as Director of National Intelligence (DNI) after months of issues between President Donald Trump and the intelligence community.

Trump announced Sunday that Ratcliffe would replace Coats, whose last day in office will be August 15, according to Trump’s tweet. Trump and Coats have publicly butted heads during the latter’s two-year tenure as DNI.

The president has been toying with the idea of getting rid of Coats for months, sources familiar with the situation previously told the Daily Caller.

Dan Coats was a stereotypical Swamp creature, who spent nearly forty of his 76 years in elected office. Recently, he’s spent more time trashing the president than doing his actual job, so Coats’ term wasn’t going to last the year.

To give you an idea of Ratcliffe’s political ideology, he’s already hated by the right people. Everyone from back-bench Senator Chris Murphy to the (hopefully) soon-to-be-prisoner John Brennan are already trashing him.