By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine
While North Korea dominated much of the news of late and the recent events in Charlottesville, VA have been the talk of the internet over the last couple of days, the recent revelation of the "Memo that rocked Washington," which exposes the deep state subversion against President Trump and explaining the tactics being utilized, is being spun as "crazy" with the writer of the memo being labeled a "nutcase" by the MSM, who has converged on a narrative in a weak attempt at damage control.
The memo is embedded in full below, so readers can read the seven-page memorandum produced in May by the former director of strategic planning at the National Security Council, Rich Higgins.
Before we detail some of the highlights from the memo, then offer the document in full, lets take a look at Higgins credentials, the man that the media is doing their best to discredit with labels like nutcase (MediaIte) with outlets like Washington Post calling the memo itself "crazy."
Not only was Higgins the the former director of strategic planning for the NSC, before being fired by Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster for writing the memorandum, but perhaps more impressive, the Army veteran was also a former Pentagon official who specialized in irregular warfare.
Department of Defense defines Irregular Warfare in a 100 page docum..., in the following manner: