Manchin’s ‘No” and WestExec, the Company Running the White House


Ouch!I It’s not been a good week for the Dems. The questions keep arising, who is running the show in the White House? We had the dust up with Kamala Harris when asked who was running the White House that sure hit a nerve and didn’t end well for Harris. Now Manchin puts the brakes on the Dems signature piece of legislation that would turn America into Venezuela.

One things is for sure, “There ain’t no class” in the WH.” For whatever reason the Gen’s whatever, X,Y,Z’s, who inhabit the kingdom of Sodor, think they can push their weight around and achieve the desired result. Well, maybe they just met their match in one Joe Manchin. Who are these people? Think WestExec. I will tell you what and who they are, and what they may have done, but that comes a bit later.

Here is Bunks version of “Variety” magazine.

Manchin refuses to say what the “inexcusable” things that were done. But I have a clue.

So this is how we got here. Let’s do a refresher

Jen Psaki? She is just a bit player in this drama.

WestExec – Meet the firm that’s running our country & Biden and is fearful of

We ask why Biden keeps saying, “I’m not suppose to do that?”

Many of the highest-ranking members of the Biden administration came from the same shadowy firm. It is a relatively new name among revolving-door power brokers in Washington D.C., which makes it all the more surprising.

Founded in 2017, WestExec describes itself as a “diverse group of senior national security professionals with the most recent experience at the highest levels of the U.S. government. With deep knowledge and networks in the fields of defense, foreign policy, intelligence, cybersecurity, international economics, and strategic communications, our team has worked together around the White House Situation Room table, deliberating and deciding our nation’s foreign and national security policies.”

WestExec Advisors gets its name from “West Executive Avenue,” which the official site says is “the closed street that runs between the West Wing of the White House and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. It is, quite literally, the road to the Situation Room, and it is the road everyone associated with WestExec Advisors has crossed many times en route to meetings of the highest national security consequence.”

WestExec has staffed the administration with over 23 of its executives, who have sprawled out across the national security and intelligence apparatus. The Intercept and The American Prospect dug into these profiles, and some of the biggest names in government are among them, including:

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It is an impressive list, as concerning as it might be that one security cabal could singlehandedly consolidate such influence in one presidential administration. But the list isn’t finished yet.

 

These weren’t all the Biden advisers and Biden/Harris transition team members listed in the report.

“The WestExec to Biden administration pipeline, part two. Not pictured: senior adviser to the domestic policy adviser Erin Pelton; director of scheduling for the secretary of state Sarah McCool; nominee for assistant secretary of defense Celeste Wallander; Biden-Harris transition team advisers Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Cristina Killingsworth, Jay Shambaugh, and Puneet Talwar; deputy director for the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission John Costello; and vice chair of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Robert O. Work.”

Did you think that must be it? Wrong. There are even more in mid-tier positions throughout the administration.

“Even Bidenworld’s backbenchers are entangled in the firm,” the Intercept/American Prospect report states. “The Biden-Harris transition team was advised by WestExec consultants Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Puneet Talwar, Jay Shambaugh, and Cristina Killingsworth. Further, the firm’s members oversee influential nonpartisan federal commissions: Robert O. Work at the National Security Commission for Artificial Intelligence and John Costello at the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.”

That makes for at least thirty executives from one shadowy firm that has spread its tentacles around a single presidential administration. If that isn’t a ‘takeover’ of the U.S. government, then what is?

More at The Intercept

Conclusion: Were the “inexcusable” things that were done to Manchin a threat that came from this cabal? All of these WestExec’s who have positions within the deepest reaches of intelligence, did they try and shake him down?

 

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26 Responses to “Manchin’s ‘No” and WestExec, the Company Running the White House”

  1. Frank McCarthy Says:

    I never imagined that so many DNC ‘operatives’ had their short chubby filthy little fingers in the National pie.
    And they got the figurehead saying the darndest things!
    Thought it was 5 or 6 max.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. kidme37 Says:

    Maybe if people realized that No One in government cares whether they live or die or get sent through a chipper in winter, we could get somewhere. But nope, just going to be Hopey Changey Nowhereville over and over and over, again and again.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. peter3nj Says:

    When the Bolsheviks storm the palace will these traitors be lined up in the sub-basement or the Rose Garden?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Linda Says:

    Wow…I have been avoiding the news lately, truth be told, I am so sick of this government (living in this oppressive state of NY and her governor, ugh–but not for much longer) I simply cannot take it anymore. But when I turned on the tv the other day there was Jen Psaki pronouncing her virtues on everyone. Disgusting human being. Gosh, red is not her color, well maybe it is, she is the devil henchman reincarnated. ANYWAYS, where was I? I have been out of the loop for a while, and I simply forgot about this group. Shaking my head…what do you think? Manchin gonna backtrack and cave? Just wondering. So how much you want to bet Biden is going to blame the unvaccinated and it’s all gloom and doom for today’s press conference? Another of the devils henchman. Disgusting human being.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      They will no doubt come up with something but should not be the monster bill they had in mind. Gives us something to shoot for if we can get through this year.
      Doom and gloom….he is planning to send in the military into the hospitals to make up for all the ones they have fired. At least you have a way out of New York… you are fortunate.

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      • Linda Says:

        The doom and gloom are already hanging out at our hosp. My husband said yesterday, (out of the blue),” So, I think the 800,000 that have died from Covid, they have already been replaced by the 2 million illegals and that is the evil plan all along, just like our governor who has implemented these mandates. Fired Americans for illegals who don’t have to take the jab or the protocols.” Ouch, gosh that makes sense. BTW, financially its gonna hurt to move…but we are doing it and sadly, it took our sons death to see the evil around us (my husband) here in NY.

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      • markone1blog Says:

        When I think of the 800,000 who have died from COVID, my mind goes back to the debates where Biden said that “220,000 Americans dead, … You hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who … is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America.”

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      • Mustang Says:

        But Mark, what politicians say self-cancels within mere seconds of having uttered it. The reason for this is that no American voting for a Democrat has the corporate memory of a gnat, so whatever Biden says doesn’t matter.

        Liked by 4 people

      • kidme37 Says:

        ExactaMundo Mustang. Also, the dems will get their massive theft bill early next year with Manchin happily or not going along with it.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Mustang Says:

        About Manchin. Here’s a “champion of the people.” In West Virginia, that means a ton of miners and blue-collar workers. These are the people who used to wear red handkerchiefs around their necks to catch the sweat of their labors — who gave us the term “red neck.” Those people are dyed-in-the-wool Democrats. So how does a champion of the people, a Democrat, justify Democratic Policies that put “his people” out of work every four years? More to the point, how does a “red neck” vote for someone who takes food out of their children’s mouths? Please … someone, anyone, explain this to me because I’m obviously not smart enough to figure it out.

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    • the unit Says:

      Linda, I missed it somehow. Condolences to you for the loss of your son. Happened to us many years ago (he was 19 in ’92). Memories at Christmas time cherished still… but painful too.
      You may remember me from our conversations here a few years ago about Ocala.
      And another thing… about internet friends, we have and we’ve had good ones. Anyone who has been reading long knows so many who have come and gone. Sometimes known the why gone, others not.
      Wish there was a list that could be checked.
      Anyway remembering them for their contributions this Christmas…and those I do know about…RIP (too many to list, and y’all know yours). 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • Linda Says:

        Thank you…its ok…its a little sad today, but we know he is in Heaven and a believer in Jesus. BTW, Unit, we will be moving back to FL hoping by May…we have the mortgage papers ready to go. My folks are in Ocala, but we are looking at the Palm Coast. We s hall see, smiles. Thank you for your lovely words. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and my condolences as well…

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  5. nrringlee Says:

    To find the root cause of a failed Republic you simply need to follow the money. In this case the revolving door in and out of our Federal bureaucracy is the key. Folks who scoff at the idea of a “Deep State” are intentionally distracting attention from the real problem: our bureaucracy no longer serves the Republic. It serves itself.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Indeed. They prepared themselves for 2020 and lined up all the ducks so everything would stay in place.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mustang Says:

      Amen.

      I do not think most Americans realize that when they vote for a presidential candidate, they’re also voting for a long list of unelected ideologues and sycophants riding the waves of party glory. Most of us have never heard of these people, and if cabinet posts were elected positions, probably wouldn’t have voted for them. I say that we haven’t heard of these people UNLESS we’ve been paying close attention and recognize their names from a previous administration — that revolving door Ringlee mentioned.

      Add to this the fact that the federal bureaucracy has a life of its own — independent of the president and his cabinet — illustrated no better than the British comedy “Yes Minister.” A president may fail, and cabinet heads may roll, but the federal bureaucracy will survive every political crisis. They have never cared for America; they only care about their federal careers; they will survive everything because they’re all unionized — they’re all Democrats — not because they’re ideologues, but because Democrats believe in big government, and big government is a guarantee that federal bureaucrats will keep their jobs.

      Cabinet officials (and personal staff) come and go with their president; federal bureaucrats are here to stay. Don’t believe me? Try to fire a bureaucrat. The worst thing that can happen to a bureaucrat is a transfer to another federal department or agency with a step increase. My bottom line is that there is not a single reason for anyone to “feel good” about government. Oh — now add to this all the bureaucrats “who will survive” in state and county governments from coast-to-coast. The wheel was one hell of an invention, but it pales in comparison to government bureaucracy.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Interesting in this case, they were prepared for a win, and the positions that were moveable parts were all lined up and vetted. Sadly this is where Trump had such a disadvantage. There was no bench whatsoever to draw upon. Not that it would change the bureaucrats, but having someone to put a leash on them such as an AG sure would have been a help.
        One of the biggest successes of the Obama’s regime was making the over 400 attorneys that generally come and go with administrations, permanent government employees.
        They had/have one sole purpose. Cause pain however it may be upon their adversaries.

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      • peter3nj Says:

        The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree as the son of (should be disgraced) NJ Senator Bob Melendez is set to run for the NJ Assembly. Ho hum…next.

        Liked by 3 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        Otherwise known as stupid is as stupid does….wow.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Mustang Says:

        I’m not surprised, Peter. Not at all. And this is how political dynasties are created and maintained … by voters who couldn’t pass a citizenship examination if their life depended on it.

        Liked by 2 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        Interesting flashback I had… in Civics class we had to learn the names of all the Supreme court justices, and the various Secretaries… I think there were about 9 or 10 in those days.
        Now no one knows the branches of government. Then there was the mandatory class trip to D.C and Congress… I met my hero.. Barry Goldwater and what a class act. He met us in the hall and was so gracious with his time.

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