REPOST: Anticipating Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State…


According to almost every media report, President-elect Donald Trump has selected Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as the nominee for Secretary of State.  The announcement is anticipated to take place this morning.  Here’s our previous outline anticipating T-Rex:


It has also been reported that former Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, would be utilized as Tillerson’s deputy at the State Department.

Suffice to say, anyone who has followed politics for any substantive amount of time knows the inherent issue with an operational entity, The U.S. State Department, whose entire mission has been at the epicenter of left-wing globalist advocacy.

If you go back to rethinking the larger State Dept. challenge, Trump’s nominee, any nominee, will essentially be in charge of a U.S. Department that is comprised almost exclusively of Kerry/Clinton/Obama/Bush/UniParty/GOPe big “G” Globalists.

These entities see themselves as a complete and separate structure of government. They also function as a complete and separate ideological structure of government:


When you accept the scope of the challenge, and recognize it is almost impossible to change the participants therein; and further accept these career embeds will work earnestly and diligently to undermine the structure of a Trump administration at every opportunity; perhaps only then can you identify the specific skill set of a leader who knows how to deliver results within MASSIVELY COMPLEX organizations.

Leaders who know how to operate complex global organizations, mega scale corporations, which, by their very nature, may contain hostile agents to the larger corporate mission – ie. Exxon/Mobil – are not commonplace. Hence, the jaw-dropping compensation those elite titans of industry command.


This is where a hammer (Tillerson) and a scalpel (Bolton) can be a unique partnership toward the deconstruction and restructuring. We knew it was going to take some out-of-the-box thinking to find the specific skills needed if Donald Trump was indeed intending to cut down the anti-American endeavors within the enterprise of the State Department.

Deconstruction and realignment while simultaneously managing/controlling the amount of damage internal agents can do toward larger administration objectives is a tenuous undertaking. Taking the rotting vehicle down to the frame and cutting out the cancerous rust is going to be an epic battle with ZERO Washington DC supporters as Trump endeavors through the restoration phase.

It can be anticipated the leadership within both wings of the UniParty (Democrat and Republican) will actually prefer to impede such an effort:

“There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new order of things. … Whenever his enemies have occasion to attack the innovator they do so with the passion of partisans, while the others defend him sluggishly so that the innovator and his party alike are vulnerable.”

~ Niccolo Machiavelli

Additionally, the potential economic battle -brought about by foreign nations who take exception to the pending trade realignments- can also be predicted to be waged on the destabilizing battlefield of global oil and energy (dollars as global trade currency). A looming Tillerson brings another unique attribute into the necessary America-First defense armory.

Worth Watching Tillerson (October 24th 2016) Speech:


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325 Responses to REPOST: Anticipating Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State…

  1. Pam says:

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  2. Pam says:

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  3. Optimus Maximus says:

    One of the most exciting things to me, watching Trump pick his cabinet, is his focus on picking people with real accomplishments, that obviously love this country, have excellent values, and have problem-solving expertise.

    Tillerman is certainly of this mold, and from watching a couple of the interviews, has an excellent grasp of the energy challenges, a grasp of how the current “alternate energy” incentives by the “gubmint” have actually impeded needed technological advancements and are long-term detriments to our economy, and seems to be a real stand-up guy.

    Again, many thanks to Sundance for his insights concerning those candidates that at first glance seem to be anathema to “draining the swamp” which we all desire, but if looked at in context, are actually proof of Trump playing chess while his detractors and opponents are playing checkers (re Chao in Transportation vs McConnell’s newly acquired “budget-hawk” stance).


    May God protect the Trump family.

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  4. Pam says:

    Here’s Trump and Kayne.


  5. Pam says:

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  6. Travis McGee says:

    I’m hoping he shakes the SoS tree by reassigning these people into menial jobs if he can’t fire them. Maybe assignments in some sh!tholes they helped create.

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  7. Pam says:


  8. Janetoo says:

    The lifers at the State Dept are shaking in their boots

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  9. Nottakingthisanymore says:

    I can only say I leave my trust in GOD and his servant Donald Trump to lead this country back to Greatness. Since GOD is always perfect in every aspect and we are not, he always uses less than perfect men to bring about change. Donald Trump is not perfect but like us all has flaws. He also will choose other flawed people to serve him and our country. I will not like some of them. I will question his selections sometimes. I will always remember to pray that GOD watches over him and guides his hands and mind in selecting those that will lift up our country in GOD and set it up on the course to greatness.

    Do I like what Tillerson did in service of the Boy Scouts? No! But I do know we all make decisions and make choices that are compatible with our soul and the Holy Spirit. Sometimes we get it wrong! Sometimes others think we got it wrong and we didn’t! GOD will judge Tillerson on that in his due course.

    Is Tillerson the right man for SOS? Only time will tell. Since PE Trump wants him as his SOS I will give him the benefit of the Doubt.

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  10. NeverSuspect says:

    I really don’t think Tillerson is the right person for the job.

    I think we need someone with more experience. Someone with way more frequent flyer miles.
    Someone well-versed in the Art of the Steal… er.. Deal.

    Someone like Hillary Clinton! It’s time we had a woman SOS. Oh wait, we’ve done that one already?

    How about: It’s time we had a convicted felon SOS!

    Errrr, we’ve probably had that already too! 🙂

    Actually, I don’t really care who is SOS. Trump is the best chance we’ve had in a long, long time. This is the first time I felt like I was voting for a president and it actually meant a darn!


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  11. Dale says:

    Clean up the State Department by moving it to St. Louis. From St. Louis you are equal distance to both Asia and Europe and closer to South America. This would give St. Louis a needed economic boost and get most of the State Department staff to quit. A twofer.

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  12. Pam says:


    • jackmcg says:

      Been wondering if Rex would need some Democrat confirmation votes, or if Trump was going to ram him down the cuck’s throats somehow. Its looking like the latter.

      Liked by 1 person

      • rashamon says:

        It’s important that we all contact our Critters and advise them that President Trump’s nominees must be confirmed. The battle is not over to MAGA. Our leader is doing all he can to place the correct people in positions of power; we must continue to work to place them in office.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        I actually think people will be surprised on how many Democrats vote in favor of Tillerson. Do you think the Democrat Senator of WV or ND is not going to give their OK to Tillerson. Those 2 Senators realize that their day would be up in 2018 if they don’t vote yes. Plus the amount of jobs in the Energy field that will be created in those 2 states will also play a key role. Here is a list of the 10 Democrats up for reelection in 2018 and the states they represent:

        1) Bill Nelson – D Senator, FL
        2) Joe Donnelly – D Senator, IN (Will vote yes)
        3) Claire McCaskill – D Senator, MO
        4) Jon Tester – D Senator, MT (Will vote yes)
        5) Heidi Heitkamp – D Senator, ND (Will vote yes)
        6) Sherrod Brown – D Senator, OH (Will vote yes)
        7) Bob Casey – D Senator, PA (Will vote yes)
        8) Joe Manchin – D Senator, WV (Will vote yes)
        9) Tammy Baldwin – D Senator, WI
        10) Debbie Stabenow – D Senator, MI

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        • nova cop says:

          Yep, 2018 is already on the radar. There are 23 Dems and 2 “independents” up for re-election, while only 8 Republicans are up. GOP is expected to pick up 7-10 seats. DOOM, DOOM, DOOM for Senate Dems.

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        • Great point, fleporeblog.

          Co-opting Red-State Dems could be the MOST POWERFUL TRUMP CARD for passing his ENTIRE AGENDA:
          – FOR their Voters and Jobs and Deals to make MAGA.
          – AGAINST RINOs.

          Even BETTER, this turns RINOS, by comparison, into PRIMARY TARGETS for 2018!

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        • LCSmom says:

          Trump just won all of those states and most of them are rust belt or swing states. These dems will be sweating it the next two years, and if Trump starts bringing jobs to their states, I would think the rebublicans could win many of them.


    • E C says:

      What is the consensus on why the antiTrumps have done a 180 overnight? I didn’t know the senate could move this fast.

      Liked by 1 person

    • LCSmom says:

      You get the feeling he’s going to run circles around these politicians. These guys are going to get on board with this one. You can already tell. They will be too far out on a limb now that Tillerson is getting these endorsements.


  13. Dora says:

    Russia Ready to Work With New U.S. Secretary of State Lavrov

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has expressed his readiness to work with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State, former Exxon-Mobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson.

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  14. Pam says:


  15. Danny says:

    The reason Trump is picking very wealthy people, as well as ex-military for his cabinet is obvious, and clearly why the Left and the NeoCons are shrieking. It is because they are un-bribable. Bill Kristol and his Nefarious Minions cannot bribe them. Neither can George Soros and his Despicable Legions. Neither can any of Wall Street or Hollywood. Foreign powers can’t bribe them and demand for dual allegiance. There truly is a new sheriff in town, and he is bringing the Big Guns.

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  16. fleporeblog says:

    I wrote the following in the Huffington Post comment section from yesterday’s article:

    You people are so full of it! Did the Russians or the boogie man put the words that were written into every single email? NO! The morons that ran the Clinton campaign did so. The only reason this BS is being pushed is because the Uniparty is scared out of their mind that Globalism is DEAD! The Russians are a Nationalistic country that despises Globalism and ISIS. Trump is going to create a Nationalistic country that despises Globalism and ISIS. The UK has decided they have had enough with Globalism and Muslim refugees. The Italians said the same recently in their referendum.

    We will work side by side with the Russians to destroy ISIS! Wake up and smell the coffee!

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  17. piper567 says:

    Ain’t meritocracy great?

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  18. PatriotKate says:

    Thoughts from Steve Pieczenik on the choice of Rex Tillerson and comparison to past SOS’s.

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  19. eric says:

    a winning choice…excellent.

    we have a mad-dog and now a T-Rex…AWESOME NEWS.

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  20. James Crawford says:

    Palin should have a place in Trump’s cabinet.

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  21. MfM says:

    Someone posted earlier the question “why the antiTrumps have done a 180 overnight?”

    My thoughts are they realize two things, first Trump is going to be President.

    Secondly they are seeing who he picks… and they like his picks… so they are coming around to the fact that (what we’ve know for a long time), Trump ‘hires’ the best person for the job.

    So many of his picks the person is taking a step down in monetary compensation. But many of them seem to voice the idea that they are stepping up to help their country when she is in need of their service.

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  22. I don’t get this appointment but the upside: it’s not Romney or Corker.

    The downside: too many of the wrong people like it (i.e., Condeleezza Rice)


    • E C says:

      I think it is a false flag (establishment liking him). Eventually they will agree with our side on something. Even if it’s the color of the sky. I caution using that as an automatic disqualifier.

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    • snaggletooths says:

      enough of the dividing in this country time to Make America Great Again Trump is appointing people with skills to turn this country around doesn’t matter who likes the picks or not, it only matters what Trump sees in them to do the job he wants done.

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  23. Katherine McCoun says:

    Regardless of Romney’s support or non support during the campaign, he still is who he is as shown in the campaign of 2012. He has organizational ability and leadership but he chokes in adversarial negotiations and does not exude strength or alpha maleness. Couple that with his continued, potential damaging fight against President Elect Trump, within his own party, all way through the general election and he was not the man for the job. Thankfully, his General election efforts only annoyed but did not injure our President Elect Trump’s campaign. Once a choker always a choker!

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  24. Every word that Mr. Tillerson said is true; but, what is profound is his acknowledgment of the Scout Oath as his value system for living a good productive life: duty to God and country, duty to others and duty to self. Make no decision contrary to the interests of these three, and success is assured. This is your personal wall against all that would do you harm. Remarkable man and remarkable times.

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  25. Robert W. says:

    Dear Sundance,
    Please help me to understand more about Trump’s decision to appoint Mr. Tillerson. I am a staunch Trump supporter and I understand there will just be some decisions I will have to trust him to make. I accept this. I must say I am concerned and confused by a Rex Tillerson pick. Tillerson was recommended by Condi Rice, a G.W.Bush globalist and supported by Bolton, who is on record for supporting globalism. Mr. Tillerson is close to both Putin and Kissenger, yikes. Tillerson is on record in support of the TPP! Yikes. When he was on the Board of the National Boy Scouts Council from 2010-2012 he helped to un-ban openly gay policy in the Scouts. I’m not sure if he helped or supported gay troop leaders, but probably is my assumption, yikes. He wrote an article in support of Common Core education, yikes He is in support of a Carbon-tax. He donated over $440,000 to GWB, Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell, Jeb Bush. Though a Christian he only donated $5-$10,000 to NACCC. I’m confused, this sounds like a very not good decision. Help please, thank you.


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