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How the State Dept. Purges Trumps Conservative Appointees

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Department of State logoby Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq.,

Recently, President Donald Trump lost one of his most loyal and effective political appointees at the State Department when Mari Stull presented her resignation.

Stull was appointed by President Trump as Senior Adviser to the Bureau of International Organization Affairs in April 2018. The official role of the Bureau of International Organization Affairs (IO) is to advance “the president’s vision of robust multilateral engagement as a crucial tool in advancing US national interests.” In practice, Stull’s job was to review the positions at different international organizations and aid the president in appointing and supporting candidates to those positions that advanced U.S. interests according to the president’s foreign policy.

However, because of Stull’s loyalty to the President’s vision, she quickly became a target of the globalist “deep state” and the treasonous “resistance.” Of special concern to the “deep state” and their mouthpieces in the liberal media was Stull’s work to implement the Mexico City Policy against the use of taxpayer funding of abortion as well as her role in the United States’ opposition to the radically pro-abortion socialist Michelle Bachelet for the position of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. She was also accused by anonymous leakers within the State Department in a Politico article of attempting to stop the official use of the term “sexual and reproductive health” and “comprehensive sexual education,” which are both known to be euphemisms for pro-abortion policies.

By the summer of 2018, a host of coordinated attacks, led by a team of reporters from Foreign Policy and Politico, began to surface. The anonymous accusations against Stull first published in Foreign Policy and Politico were then repeated by most major political publications as fact. The stories, which cited anonymous “senior diplomatic” sources within the state department, did not provide any specific examples of any wrongdoing by Stull, but expressed vague complaints such as that she was “gunning for American citizens in the UN to see if they are toeing the line.” Shortly after the initial liberal press reports were published in June 2018, Stull then became the subject of a congressional investigation from Democrats in the House of Representatives intended to intimidate her. The letter from liberal Representatives Eliot Engel, Elijah Cummings and the notorious Sen. Robert Menendez dated June 18 refers to the Foreign Policy article as its only source to accuse Stull of compiling lists of those officials in the State Department that were loyal to the president.

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