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Memo to Ambassador Noah B. Mamet: YOU'RE FIRED. An Open Letter to President-Elect Trump

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Mr. Trump, congratulations, I knew you would capture the presidency. In fact, no man or machine has the ability to foresee the outcome of games, markets and elections like I do.

You see, presstitutes like the Sulzburgers, Wolf Blitzer, and Nate Silver consider themselves organically more intelligent than people like me. These journalists propagandists predicted your defeat with charts and graphs until the bitter end. I was right and they were wrong, but the media oligarchs in Manhattan and L.A. will not be approaching me about being their guest pundit. Only Russia Today would be interested in somebody like me.

Now that the ambitions of the Clinton crime family have been suspended, and it's time to drain the swamp, I need to call your attention to ambassador Clinton influence peddler Noah B. Mamet.

Noah B. Mamet is an accomplished Clinton operative versed in the art of fundraising swapping cash for access and favors. He is a conduit for Jewish Hollywood billionaires, and the Clinton foundation, aka Bill Clinton, Inc. His lack of diplomatic qualifications notwithstanding, he managed to lobby himself into a coveted ambassadorship.

Today, Noah B. Mamet lives rent free (at taxpayer expense) in the spectacular 40,000 square foot Bosch palace.

Noah B. Mamet snagged a glamorous ambassadorship for himself in order to advance the interests of his firm, Noah Mamet Associates, and the Clinton syndicate. Noah B. Mamet doesn't know a damn thing about geopolitics, and he doesn't give a rat's ass about the welfare of U.S. citizens in Argentina. Noah B. Mamet needs to be fired.

From Wikipedia:

Since his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Argentina, Mamet has been criticized for being part of a group of nominated “ambassadors that raised six-figure sums” for President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.[24][25]

In December 2013, BuzzFeed reported that Mamet’s nomination as ambassador to Argentina was “met with surprise, and in some cases anger, by his peers in the donor class. Democratic Party donors complain privately that Mamet unfairly leveraged his clients’ work for his own political gain and benefited from a close personal relationship with President Obama’s campaign manager, Jim Messina."[26] A group of retired United States Foreign Service officers have since called for an end to the practice of appointing political contributors and supporters as ambassadors.[27] Mamet has also been criticized for lack of “major diplomatic experience” and not visiting Argentina prior to his nomination.[25][28]

In 2014, fifteen former presidents of the State Department Employees Union (AFSA) made an official request to reject Mamet’s nomination to ambassadorship, which also included George Tsunis (for Norway) and Colleen Bell (for Hungary), on account that “they showed limited knowledge of the countries to which they’d been nominated” at their Senate committee hearings.[29]

AFSA issued a letter to the U.S. State Department urging to “oppose granting of Senate consent to these three candidates.”[30] The letter was the first of its kind, which set a new historical precedent to ambassadorial designations in the U.S.[30]

As of April, 2016, over 1,100 people have signed a petition against Noah Mamet and the State Department. The signatories to the petition are protesting the loss of civil liberties in general and passport denials in particular.[31] The petition was started by author Daniel Bruno.[32]

Mr. Trump, I am infinitely more qualified to be U.S. Ambassador than Noah B. Mamet is. If the Trump Administration wants to know how to proceed in South America, make America great again by getting in touch with me. The first order of business is to give me my god damned passport.

America MUST stop treating its own citizens like terrorists and criminals at every airport, border crossing and passport office.