aside Tillerson Assigns 100s Of State Department Employees to Uncover Dirt On Hillary Clinton


What is going on at the US State Department? Instead of filling key diplomatic positions like assigning an important vacant ambassadorships like one to South Korea, the State Secretary Rex Tillerson is ordering 100s of staffers to review records pertaining to the former Secretary of State and the democratic presidential  nominee Hillary Clinton. This is definitely not normal.

This task has probably been ordered by the republican President Donald Trump. The rumor grapevine has been super busy lately with a lot of chatter about Mr. Tillerson possibly leaving his post by January 2019, only to be replaced by the CIA Director Mike Pompeo who is reputed to be a President Trump’s loyalist. The gossip has it that another loyal subject to the president, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) would then become the next CIA director.


Here’s the rest of the story…

On November 8, 2017, Hunter of Daily Kos penned the following report, Rex Tillerson reassigns ‘hundreds’ of State Department employees to search for Hillary Clinton dirt.

Rex Tillerson, President Garbage Fire’s largely inconsequential and oft-humiliated Secretary of State, is still struggling with unfilled positions and a president who continually undercuts his own diplomatic statements. He has, however, fully devoted himself to Trump’s only apparent use for a State Department: fishin’ for Hillary Clinton dirt.


Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s assignment of as many as several hundred State Department officials to quickly clear a huge backlog of public records requests is being met with deep skepticism by rank-and-file employees.Tillerson says his goal is transparency. But many State workers fear the real reason is political: expediting the public release of thousands of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s official emails.

“This follows news that Trump has demanded a speedier release of any remaining emails from the previous secretary of state, an overtly political request being made by a sitting president to, if at all possible, further retaliate against his political opponent. Which is not normal.”


“But there’s another dynamic at work here as well: Tillerson’s demand that hundreds of State Department officials abandon their current duties to be retasked with sorting through public records requests is being seen by many of those officials as another attempt to punish and/or cull the diplomatic ranks.”

“The staffers also suspect the move — which will reassign many of them from far more substantive duties and has already sparked a union complaint — is meant to force many of them to resign out of frustration with what are essentially clerical positions. […]While many of the people assigned to open-records duty are lower-level staffers and interns, some have previously held prestigious posts, helping shape U.S. foreign policy and engaging in high-level diplomacy.”

“And under Trump, the U.S. won’t be needing any foreign policy or high-level diplomacy—so sorting through paperwork it is.”


  1. Gronda, in the famous book “The Art of War,” the best war is the one not fought. A former diplomat who served multiple Presidents of both parties was interviewed last night. Not only is Tilllerson cutting State staff, there are about two dozen retirements of ranking diplomats. So, if this is true and the depleted staff is focusing on HRC, who has not been the Sec of State for five years, this is a major disservice to our country and planet.

    Reporters need to ask these questions along with one more – the President does know that he is no longer running against HRC? He is President. Keith

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    • Dear Keith,

      The president is acting more than nuts. He doesn’t get that the election is over. Do they not realize that many of these staffers remember HRC. How diligent do they think these staffers will be to uncover dirt on HRC.

      Hugs, Gronda


    • Dear Harry Caulfield,

      Thank you for your words of encouragement. This has been one crazy, chaotic roller coast ride.The million dollar question, is when will this ride end?.

      Hugs, Gronda


  2. This only works in totalitarian states Rex.
    Clumsy attempt at deflection from the Administration’s woes. Comes across as petty and vindictive, will only appeal to the faithful. Not fooling anyone else. If Clinton feels up to it she could make political capitol and The Victim.
    High Holy! What a bunch of political hicks!

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    • Dear John Fioravanti,

      Right now, I am on a tear about the cowardly republicans in the US Congress who catapulted a foolish pervert, a Russian asset into the White House. He is the same sicko who bragged about being able to grab women’s private body parts with impunity and for being able to barge into pageants dressing rooms so he could ogle young ladies in various stages of undress.

      These same republicans with the president are in the pockets of the fossil fuel and the NRA lobbyists. They have sold their humanity and their souls for 30 pieces of silver.

      They put an incompetent fool in the White House so that they could pass their beloved tax cut bill for the rich.

      These cowardly men need to be tar and feathered while being chased out of Washington DC by truly decent folks.

      Hugs, Gronda

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      • Great speech, Gronda. I agree wholeheartedly. Trump is a despicable person – I don’t know how his wife stomachs him – but I guess the $Billions help. I certainly hope the Dems can remake themselves and take back control of Congress. Hugs!

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  3. LOL, when in doubt start a witch hunt for white house boogeyman Hillary. Wait a minute, wasn’t Trump the one complaining that his Russian collusion was a witch hunt?

    Nothing to see here folks… another diversionary tactic.


    • Dear !EarthUnited,

      You are right. We are dealing with the Maestro of deflection.

      It is bad enough that President suffers from delusions but he has a history of wasting employees of the government to chase them down which is not okay. A few examples include the creation of an investigation to chase down the president’s allegations that President Obama ordered the wiretapping of his phones: then there was an entire commission put together to chase down his assertion that there were millions of illigle votes caste and that is why he lost the popular election. .

      Hugs, Gronda


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