Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Zeros In On Deep State Moles & Spies Within The White House

Former U.S. Congressman Mark Meadows’ appointment by President Donald Trump as the White House Chief of Staff is involved in a project many conservatives have waited to see unfold: attacking the Deep State moles undermining the White House, one of the Uniformed Secret Service agents assigned to the special weapons and tactics unit within the White House reported to the Conservative Base editor.

While it appears President Trump and his administration are engulfed in addressing the global Coronavirus emergency and the news media are consumed with attempting to pin blame on Trump, Meadows is said to be using his time wisely to uncover moles and spies who populate the White House.

Some of these moles are entrenched in many of the agencies in which Deep State, radical Democrats and “establishment” Republicans plot against Trump or leak “fake” news to favored reporters.

Former Democratic presidential candidate and mayor Mike Bloomberg, who owns the leftist Bloomberg News, reported that Meadows already has the suspected moles and leakers in the White House looking over their shoulders.

Even prior to Trump’s election, Meadows sought to identify RINO (Republicans in Name Only) within the halls of congress as a co-founder of the House Freedom Caucus.

Today, Meadows is credited with already plugging some of the leaks and he’s quietly stamping out the progressive underground rebellion, “eliminating those who aren’t fully on board with the White House agenda,” according to the NOQ Report, an online news and commentary.

While everyone else is distracted by social-distancing and Coronavirus confusion — much of it done intentionally by the news-media propagandists — Meadows is quietly hunting moles.

“That fits his methods perfectly. Meadows likes to sneak under the radar like a ninja. Closet liberal staffers are terrified. President Trump has known since his first day on the job that the White House was infested with moles. “Many of the people in there have had their own agenda. It was rife with leaks,” NOQ Report notes.