In the old communist Russia, or Soviet Union – all Military and production had two sets of managers. It was called the Commissar System. A loyal communist sat beside the manager, or military officer leading a group to assure absolute loyalty to the communist party, and adherence to it’s principles. Disobeying a Commissar often meant a quick trip to Lubyanka for torture, followed by a confession, and a relatively short stay for the rest of your life in a Siberian Gulag with few clothes. 20 some million fellow Russians were murdered this way by Stalin.
The fact is that Putin and his spies have been literally connected to Trump’s wallet, and figurative balls deep in Trump’s rump for at least the past 2 years.
So – now that Putin’s Bitch is installing his own political purity Commissars in the halls of the US Government, to assure lapdog adherence and fealty to his illicit regime…He’s on following the former KGB executive Putin’s guidance.
White House installs political aides at Cabinet agencies to be Trump’s eyes and ears
The political appointee charged with keeping watch over Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and his aides has offered unsolicited advice so often that after just four weeks on the job, Pruitt has shut him out of many staff meetings, according to two senior administration officials.
At the Pentagon, they’re privately calling the former Marine officer and fighter pilot who’s supposed to keep his eye on Defense Secretary Jim Mattis “the commissar,” according to a high-ranking defense official with knowledge of the situation. It’s a reference to Soviet-era Communist Party officials who were assigned to military units to ensure their commanders remained loyal.
Most members of President Trump’s Cabinet do not yet have leadership teams in place or even nominees for top deputies. But they do have an influential coterie of senior aides installed by the White House who are charged — above all — with monitoring the secretaries’ loyalty, according to eight officials in and outside the administration.
This shadow government of political appointees with the title of senior White House adviser is embedded at every Cabinet agency, with offices in or just outside the secretary’s suite. The White House has installed at least 16 of the advisers at departments including Energy and Health and Human Services and at some smaller agencies such as NASA, according to records first obtained by ProPublica through a Freedom of Information Act request.
These aides report not to the secretary, but to the Office of Cabinet Affairs, which is overseen by Rick Dearborn, a White House deputy chief of staff, according to administration officials. A top Dearborn aide, John Mashburn, leads a weekly conference call with the advisers, who are in constant contact with the White House.
The aides act as a go-between on policy matters for the agencies and the White House. Behind the scenes, though, they’re on another mission: to monitor Cabinet leaders and their top staffs to make sure they carry out the president’s agenda and don’t stray too far from the White House’s talking points, said several officials with knowledge of the arrangement.
“Especially when you’re starting a government and you have a changeover of parties when policies are going to be dramatically different, I think it’s something that’s smart,” said Barry Bennett, a former Trump campaign adviser. “Somebody needs to be there as the White House’s man on the scene. Because there’s no senior staff yet, they’re functioning as the White House’s voice and ears in these departments.”