Bombshell Senate Report on Deep State Leaks

Bombshell Senate Report Details Dangerous Deep State Leaks
Detrimental to Our National Security

– 125 Leaks in 126 Days –

Jordan Sekulow
July 8, 2017

A bombshell report just released by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs details how an explosive uptick in leaks of classified information during the Trump Administration has been extremely dangerous to our national security.

The report, “State Secrets: How an Avalanche of Media Leaks is Harming National Security,” provides shocking details about how dangerous and extensive these national security leaks have been.

In the first 126 days of the Trump Administration there were 125 leaked stories from within the deep state shadow government that were “potentially damaging to national security.” That’s a leak a day.

Compared with the first days of the Bush and Obama administrations, the total of combined leaks in both administrations in the same period was only 36 leaks. We knew the leaks were bad, but this is beyond the pale. It’s quite frankly astonishing and extremely dangerous to our national security.

The report details:

Under the direction of Senator Ron Johnson, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, majority committee staff examined media leaks between January 20, 2017, and May 25, 2017—President Trump’s first 126 days in office. The examination consisted entirely of publicly available news articles; no classified information was accessed or reviewed. The inquiry found:

• The Trump administration faced 125 leaked stories—one leak a day— containing information that is potentially damaging to national security under the standards laid out in a 2009 Executive Order signed by President Barack Obama.
• Leaks with the capacity to damage national security flowed about seven times faster under President Trump than during President Obama’s and President George W. Bush’s first 126 days.
• The majority of leaks during the Trump administration, 78, concerned the Russia probes, with many revealing closely-held information such as intelligence community intercepts, FBI interviews and intelligence, grand jury subpoenas, and even the workings of a secret surveillance court.
• Other leaks disclosed potentially sensitive intelligence on U.S. adversaries or possible military plans against them. One leak, about the investigation of a terrorist attack, caused a diplomatic incident between the United States and a close ally.

As the report further notes:

Federal law prohibits the unauthorized release of certain information that could damage our national security. The protection of our nation’s secrets is essential to protecting intelligence activities, sources and methods, preserving the ability of the President to effectively achieve foreign policy objectives, and ultimately to safeguard our country. In short, the unauthorized disclosure of certain information can cost American lives, and our laws protecting this information provide for harsh punishments when violated. Since President Trump assumed office, our nation has faced an unprecedented wave of potentially damaging leaks of information protected by these important laws. . . .

As The New York Times wrote in a candid self-assessment: “Journalism in the Trump era has featured a staggering number of leaks from sources across the federal government.” No less an authority than President Obama’s CIA director called the deluge of state secrets “appalling.” These leaks do not occur in a vacuum. They can, and do, have real world consequences for national security. To ensure the security of our country’s most sensitive information, federal law enforcement officials ought to thoroughly investigate leaks of potentially sensitive information flowing at an alarming rate.

As disturbing as the sheer number of leaks are, it is compounded by the fact that the report represents a “conservative” estimate of the leaks. As Senator Ron Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs, explained in a letter to Attorney General Sessions:

By necessity, this examination was not comprehensive, and it required some judgement calls on which leaks constituted potential damage to national security. Leaks of information that were borderline in terms of the criteria outlined in Executive Order 13526 were not included in the total. This analysis, if anything, presents a conservative estimate of the volume of leaks of information potentially damaging to national security during the Trump Administration.

Yet, here is how the mainstream media is characterizing this deluge of leaks and the important work of protecting our national security. For example, Politico’s headline:

Trump’s leaks crackdown sends chills through national security world

Agency officials say measures have been taken to isolate leakers, creating a culture of fear.”

It’s absurd. Leakers should be afraid. They should go to jail.  Violations of the Espionage Act should be aggressively prosecuted.

The deep state is real. We’re fighting back against the shadow government in federal court, working to expose and stop the leaks. We will redouble our efforts. The American people deserve answers.

Senator Johnson has already sent Attorney General Sessions a letter informing him of the report and urging that the Department of Justice (DOJ) take decisive action.

Going a step further, we’re urging the creation of a special unit inside the DOJ and FBI to investigate and prosecute these leaks.

Our national security must be protected and the leaks must be stopped.



As those here at Hardnox, Huckabee, Hannity, and many others have stated — this has gone far beyond rational and into the realm of a coup d’etat or a revolution.

Merriam Webster

Coup – a sudden decisive exercise of force in politics; especially :  the violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government by a small group


Coup – the sudden, violent overthrow of an existing government by a small group. The chief prerequisite for a coup is control of all or part of the armed forces, the police, and other military elements.

Revolution is usually achieved by large numbers of people working for basic social, economic, and political change, a coup is a change in power from the top that merely results in the abrupt replacement of leading government personnel. A coup rarely alters a nation’s fundamental social and economic policies, nor does it significantly redistribute power among competing political groups. 

I DO NOT CARE what name one gives to this but put plain and simple–Obama, liberals, radical Muslims, and monied backers are in a fight with our republic and our constitution to DESTROY our way of life as a sovereign nation. 

As far as I am concerned, Soros and those funding this action, the liberals or Democrats in Congress, Communist Party USA, Muslim Brotherhood and its branches, OBAMA, Lynch, Comey, Hillary and Bill Clinton, United Nations and others as needed should be declared “ENEMIES OF THE STATE” and rounded up for trial on charges of sedition, treason, or whatever one chooses to label the issue. NOW before it becomes worse.


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9 Responses to Bombshell Senate Report on Deep State Leaks

  1. Wise Owl says:

    I keep reading reports about this and other liberals’ malfeasance, but why is nobody DOING anything about it??? Why is Sessions not going through the Deep State and purging it? Why are they not pursuing Clinton, the Clinton Foundation, Lynch, Comey, Abedin, Hillary’s IT people, Obama????? WTF? Are we just going to whine about it and not DO anything? WTF does the DNC have on Ryan and McConnell????

    • Uriel says:

      There is not one writer here or hundreds of thousands across the country that aren’t as upset as you Wise Owl. It is getting to the point of ridiculous.

  2. GunnyG says:

    Summary executions in the field.

    • Uriel says:

      There is no prison in the world big enough or bad enough to send all these drudges to plus we would then have to cover their expenses for life —

      • vonMesser says:

        I have a concept for a uber-maximum security prison.
        Location: “Somewhere”
        Design: A cube. 25 8×8 foot cells to a line, with 15 lines of cells. 25 floors deep.
        Totally underground with 4 exit capabilities – one at each corner on the top floor.
        No windows. No open air. No Gym. No recreation room. No assembly room. A single medical ward much as on an aircraft carrier. A Navy style galley. Food served on their cells. Television set to the Prison channel. No books. No ice cream or cake – plain and simple meals based on those served sailors at sea (less deserts) No sodas. Milk, cool aid, and fruit juice only. No steak – hamburger and hot dogs work just fine for meat. Oatmeal and cold cereal for breakfast. Cell has bed, chair, desk, sink, toilet. TV built into wall behind unbreakable screen.

    • captbogus2 says:

      The GOP has been given the House, the Senate and now the Oval Office. Their reluctance to do anything about the corruption may turn out one or two ways; (1) They are “fired” for non performance; or (2) an outraged plebiscite that will take matters into their own hands. Should the latter come to pass no politician of either stripe will be safe.

  3. John R Hope says:

    as greedy these slime are, perhaps if OUR PRES. TRUMP would put up an award of ,say ten mil, they would turn on themselves & turn in any one they have personal knowledge of.

    • Uriel says:

      that actually is pretty darn accurate John. Or start sending a few to GITMO and tell the others squeal or go too.

  4. vonMesser says:

    …..”Going a step further, we’re urging the creation of a special unit inside the DOJ and FBI to investigate and prosecute these leaks.”…..

    NO. I want the military (NIS and ASA) to do the investigating. DOJ and FBI (and maybe CIA) are already compromised beyond recovery in the foreseeable future.