Katie Walsh: Is She The Leaker?

Posted February 21st, 2017 by Iron Mike

She’s from St. Louis, and worked for Reince Priebus at the RNC,  – and is today at age 32,  – the Deputy Chief of Staff at the White House.

Now reports are swirling that Trump set her up with fake information to see if it would leak….and it did.  If this is true,  – will she just be fired,  – or prosecuted?

I’m finding it hard to get my head around,….a young woman of her age,….guided by hard work and the winds of good political fortune to the pinnacle of power, – – betraying the President in the first 30 days of his term…?

It ~ seems ~ incredible….

.and to be facing both prison time and a life so terribly stained…?

Frankly I’m hoping it’s not true.  But living here in Massachusetts, – and having observed the actions of the past three (3) MassGOP chairs,….I fully understand that there are back-stabbing traitors in high places….

Hmmm….does Katie Walsh look a little like Kirsten Hughes?

4 Responses to “Katie Walsh: Is She The Leaker?”

  1. GreenBeretLTC

    Well, I hope she’s innocent, as well. But if she’s guilty, it’s not quite the 15 minutes of fame she was looking for….

  2. Leonard Mead

    At the time Reince Priebus was head of the party in the Mitt Romney campaign days he HATED tea party patriots. Possibly his old attitude rubbed off on Katie Walsh.

    I know this personally. I met him with 20 other MASSACHUSETTS Tea Partiers on a cold winter afternoon in NEW HAMPSHIRE where we door knocked for Romney. When he thanked all the local Republican elites and didn’t even MENTION the huge Tea Party group (about half) in the room, I later pointed this out and suggested to him that without the Tea Party Romney would probably lose. His nose went UP IN THE AIR and he tried to just walk away from me. I grabbed his arm and had a few other words from him you can bet.

    Trump now defines Tea Party Principles. If Katie Walsh still reflects the elite “insider” old GOP failed “representatives,” I sure hope she gets prosecuted to the FULL EXTENT OF THE LAW POSSIBLE.

    Len Mead
    Unwashed Florida Conservative

  3. Sherox

    The problem is that those who betray never have anything happen to them outside of getting fired and then onto the next bigger job.

    Treason is not taken seriously because there is no reason to anymore. When was the last time anyone, especially those in political places, was executed for treason? People take the oath to swear to defend and uphold the Constitution and it is only a formality and do that with a wink and a nod.

    It is long past time that those in elected places are actually held accountable for their words and actions. That can mean and should mean those who commit treason, whether elected, appointed, or a hired employee of the people.

  4. Jim Gettens

    And, of course, Priebus just happens to be from House Speaker Paul RYANO’s home state of Wisconsin…

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