Paul Joseph Watson | 5 May 2016
Establishment in last ditch effort to co-opt New York billionaire
A major effort is underway to co-opt the Donald Trump campaign by infiltrating it with Koch brothers/George Soros-linked operatives, inside sources have exclusively told Infowars.com.
Yesterday it was revealed that Steven Mnuchin would become the Trump campaign’s national finance chair. Mnuchin was an Investment Professional with Soros Fund Management LLC and spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs. He also has innumerable other affiliations with establishment financial institutions and corporations.
A press release was posted on the official Trump campaign website today confirming that appointment.
Questions are swirling as to whether the move was engineered by Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who himself has close ties with and has worked for the Koch brothers, having overseen the New Hampshire chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the advocacy group founded by the Koch brothers.
Although Lewandowski may not be directly responsible for the infiltration, he could be being used as a dupe by Mnuchin and others as part of a move to either take control of the Trump campaign or contrive a media narrative that Trump has sold out to the establishment.
Any sign that Trump is dispensing with his outsider persona to cozy up to elitists will infuriate the New York billionaire’s base and derail his campaign.
Trump himself was likely unaware of Mnuchin’s background, according to our sources.
The effort to infiltrate the Trump campaign with establishment insiders kicked into high gear shortly after Trump gave his recent foreign policy speech in which he asserted, “We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism.”
This alarmed globalists at the ultra-elite Council on Foreign Relations, most notably CFR president Richard Haass. Trump met with Haass back in March but despite the New York billionaire telling MSNBC about his “respect” for Haass, the two had major disagreements, according to our sources.
An investigation as to why Mnuchin was appointed is now underway and there is set to be a major shake-up within the Trump campaign starting today.
Alex Jones also spoke directly to multiple inside sources who confirmed the story.
UPDATE: Comments from Trump campaign confidante Roger Stone:
Donald Trump knows Wall Street will play both sides – why shouldn’t he take their money to beat Hillary?
They are going to find out you can’t co-opt Donald Trump – he’s his own man with his own nationalist views. He can’t be bought. He can’t be bullied.
No one cons Donald Trump. He knows the elites but knows their policies have destroyed the country.
He’s a master. He’s using them – they aren’t using him.
Trump needs $1B to beat Hillary. He’ll take their money but he won’t change his views on America, sovereignty, trade, NATO, or his commitment to make hedge fund managers pay their fair share of taxes.