By James DiGeorgia
Bill Barr’s Justice Department has taken no action against President Trump or his White House for the steady threats and intimidation of the whistleblower, Lt. Colonel Vindman, or the ridiculous number of Congressional subpoenas being ignored. Yet, the DOJ is prepared to go full throttle to attempt to go after the anonymous author of a new anti-Trump book -A Warning.
According to the DOJ assistant attorney general Joseph H. Hunt in a letter sent to the publisher of this new anti-Trump book warning, he or she may be in violation of …
“one or more nondisclosure agreements…If the author is, in fact, a current or former ‘senior official’ in the Trump Administration, publication of the book may violate that official’s legal obligations under one or more nondisclosure agreements, including nondisclosure agreements that are routinely required with respect to information obtained in the course of one’s official responsibilities or as a condition for access to classified information,”
But according to the anonymous author’s agent of A Warning, the Justice Department’s message has no merit, and the book’s publishing will go forward as planned. The Javlen literacy agency responded to the DOJ intimidation by saying …
“Our author knows that the President is determined to unmask whistleblowers who may be in his midst. That’s one of the reasons A WARNING was written …. But we support the publisher in its resolve that the administration’s effort to intimidate and expose the senior official who has seen misconduct at the highest levels will not prevent this book from moving forward.”
Javlen Agency’s concerns for anonymous protection have been confirmed by CNN Business, which has pointed out, there’s a chance the author’s identity could be revealed during the book’s rollout because Trump has been working to out the author’s identity since last year.