The first of these is about an internal dissent memo against Pres. Trump’s temporary immigration ban, signed by 900 State Department officials.
The second is about one State Department employee, Monika Wesolowski, whose job was threatened because she had been keeping a portrait of President Trump on her desk. During her recent interview about this issue with Dave Hodges, she mentioned that her office produces publications on child sex trafficking that point a finger at African operations, but ignore instances occurring here at home.
The miasma thickened after this interview, with various anonymous attempts to interfere with the interview itself, photos related to it and a business owned by Ms. Wesolowski’s father.
Subsequently, Ms. Wesolowki was stalked by a man in a car, who followed her from her residence.
Police and family have urged her not to return home. For the full account, go here.
Update: More on this story is surfacing. Click here for information on how this relates to other investigations of child trafficking and, notably, Ms. Wesolowski’s relationship to a deceased investigator working under former congressman Frank Wolf.
A related interview with investigator Douglas Hagmann is available here.