The deep state is terrified of William Barr.
He is a fair Attorney who isn’t afraid to take them head-on.
And Barr is about to drive the final stake into the deep state with a bold move.
The deep state is working overtime to destroy President Trump.
And with every day that goes by in his presidency, they are becoming more brazen in their attacks.
Their attacks seemed to reach a fever pitch last year when an anonymous member of Trump’s administration posted an op-ed in the New York Times titled, “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.”
That clear act of insubordination was lauded by the mainstream media, who are the biggest cheerleaders of the criminal deep state.
But the official, who has not been identified, likely violated his non-disclosure agreement from when he took the job, according to the Justice Department.
And now that individual is doubling down and publishing an entire book, while still refusing to reveal his name.
The book, titled “A Warning” is expected to release later this month, and is said to give “an unprecedented behind-the-scenes portrait of the Trump presidency.”
But the Justice Department is now getting involved and just sent a request to the book’s publisher requesting the identity of the author.
Joseph Hunt, the assistant attorney general for the civil division, sent the letter to Hachette Book Group, and Javelin, the author’s literary agency.
Hunt asks whether or not the author signed a non-disclosure agreement, and whether they have access to classified information.
While the DOJ doesn’t ask for the exact identity of the individual, they do request the author’s employing agency and their dates of employment.
This will make identifying the individual much easier, especially with them claiming to be a senior official.
“If the author is, in fact, a current or former ‘senior official’ in the Trump administration, publication of the book may violate that official’s legal obligations under one or more nondisclosure agreements,” Hunt wrote in the letter.
“If you cannot make those representations, we ask that you immediately provide either the nondisclosure agreements the author signed or the dates of the author’s service and the agencies where the author was employed, so that we may determine the terms of the author’s nondisclosure agreements and ensure that they have been followed.”
Hachette Book Group has already said they will not comply with the requesting, stating that they “made a commitment of confidentiality to Anonymous and we intend to honor that commitment.”
It seems that Hachette is looking at their bottom line more than anything.
This book is sure to be the talk of the nation once it is released, resulting in massive sales by both those in the anti-Trump resistance and other curious Americans.
It will likely end up causing the official to be revealed, as the publisher claims that it will include conversations between the author and Trump.
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