Romney's expanded campaign staff confirms that if he’s elected nothing will change from Obama; the staff is full of elite globalists, many from the Council on Foreign Relations.
Under the assumption that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will become the Republican Party’s nominee for President in Tampa in June, the Romney campaign staff is growing from 87 to more than 400 to prepare for the national election in November.
A close look at Romney’s expanded staff reveals the same influence of elites that was reflected by the members of his “Foreign Policy and National Security Advisory Team” announced last October. Included in that list were:
- General Michael Hayden: former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) during its warrantless surveillance efforts to spy on American citizens; also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
- Michael Chertoff: former U.S. Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); now runs a security consulting company which employs a number of former DHS people as well as Michael Hayden (above).
- Cofer Black: former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) Counterterrorist Center during President George Bush’s first term; chaired Total Intelligence Solutions, a subsidiary of Blackwater Worldwide which was charged with hundreds of violations of federal law following a four-year investigation, was fined $42 million for those violations, but remains approved to receive government security contracts.
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Photo: Then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, right, and his Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey — a member of the Council of Foreign Relations — arrive for a news conference at the Statehouse in Boston, July 27, 2006: AP Images