President-elect Donald Trump is about to learn the nation’s ‘deep secrets’
Here’s when a representative of the shadow government will meet and greet the President-elect and part of the conversation will go something like this: “Congratulations, Mr President for being elected … In my right pocket I have billions of dollars for you and your family. In my left, I have a gun with a bullet which has your name on it. Enjoy your presidency.” – Read Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man by John Perkins
One of the most important phases of the transition to power for President-elect Donald Trump includes briefings on U.S. intelligence capabilities and secret operations as well as separate descriptions of the extraordinary powers he will have over the military, especially contingency plans to use nuclear weapons, according to officials.
In 2008, after then-President-elect Obama was given one sensitive intelligence briefing at a secure facility in Chicago, he joked, “It’s good that there are bars on the windows here because if there weren’t, I might be jumping out.”
Though Trump has been given some intelligence briefings on threats and capabilities, there are a series of separate briefs scheduled for the president-elect into what Obama has called “our deep secrets.”