Updated August 29, 2016
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reportedly asked two White House staffers to resign after learning about their alleged abuse of power, including an illegal entry into an Avon resident’s home last week, according to a source in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement officers in Connecticut and Washington, D.C.
According FBI sources and others close to the White House, Malloy asked the two unidentified staffers to resign after they supposedly interrupted an ongoing and unusual recruitment process to hire a Connecticut woman, who was approached by White House staffers and political operatives in January 2014.
Local Democrats and Republicans were also involved in the so-called recruitment process and were doing background checks, which they said would last for one year for job candidates considered for an advisory position. The encounter lasted for almost three years. The woman, who wants to remain anonymous, was told she would begin at the White House on April 16, 2015.
When she arrived at the White House, she was blindsided. She was introduced to a woman, who was presumably hired while recruiters were “still doing research” and at the same time planting stories to discredit her as a strong job candidate. They also worked daily to change her image, including her hair and complexion. Daily micro-aggressions and were given out like sport by them and Malloy’s administration, which blamed the Obama administration for damages done in the state during the so-called interview that morphed into an extended investigation because of the woman’s personality: witty, feisty and funny. Her knowledge based was instead used for the 2014 and 2016 political campaigns for President Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
Nativism, she said, dominated the process, which paranormal investigators extended because they were also influenced by a the hit television show: Scandal. During this unusually long investigation, they were using her varied experiences and skill sets, rolodex to help solve several attempts to kill her, damage her businesses, stop her from applying to law school, getting a lawyer and applying for other jobs. Officials said they wanted her to be involved in the investigation about her identity and why she has not been hired by the Obama administration. They, including White House Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes a few Secret Service agents said she was the real Olivia Pope.
“After they learned that I was indeed the real Oliver Pope,” she said. “They didn’t finalize the contract, or say why they thought that method of recruiting was used for her. They kept showing me scenes that reflected my life experiences and relationships.”
The investigators then focused on what might potentially happen in the future rather than the present, even though the Obamas were already in a committed relationship. And the woman, who has a unique blend of experience in the corporate and nonprofit communities, was held hostage to the investigation to verify her indentify and her relationship to President Obama. During the investigation, she was also forced to keep up appearances at business meetings, receptions and other gatherings in CT and DC. She was unable to work full time during the so-called investigation.
“They stunted my career trajectory almost every day, ” she said. “I wanted the story to come out.”
During the lengthy and arduous investigation for a senior position in the Obama administration, someone in the administration suggested that she not work in the White House but as a consultant. The woman’s ideas, life lessons and blue print for her career trajectory were used by White House staffers and friends of the Obama administration, while they held her in her Avon townhouse, which sits tony suburb 12 miles from Hartford, she said. The woman has been in communication, research and political strategy for more than 15 years. Other White House staffers had to interrupt the onboarding process, so that those “recruiters,” who were eventually fired, didn’t have access to additional ideas or intelligence from Adams.
After being informed by investigators of this unprecedented breach of White House protocol, law enforcement officials helped the woman filed a complaint for unfair labor practices, which included work without pay, sexual harassment and forced labor.
After they discovered the story is true, they abruptly stopped the recruiting process. The woman, who had to be taken out of Connecticut on several occasions because of attempts to kill her, was forced into experimental conditions and hospitals to create medical records. The information was also inform policy and other matters. Before 2014, she was never admitted into a hospital, sources said. She was born in her family’s house.
The unidentified woman, who has ties to political elites in Connecticut, New York and Washington, also complained about theft of services and attempts to discredit her as a business owner.
Gov. Malloy and Former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra’s administration also blocked access to ads, grants and contracts to keep her away from the White House. To discredit her claim to be the real Olivia Pope, they deleted Twitter and Facebook followers, stole money, business attire, luggage, pictures, IDs, phones, jewelry, cars and other personal belongings. They continued with other overzealous methods to disrupt her life after the Obama movie was released at the Sundance festival in January 2016, including tampering with her medical records, credit reports and other evidence.
While still with in communication for another position, White House sources stressed that she was the real Oliver Pope, a character in the ABC drama, Scandal.
The investigators showed her at least 50 scenes in the ABC series that are close to her personal encounters with friends and clients. White House staffers told her that’s why she was a victim of a hate crime. They also identified at least 17 characters in the first three seasons.
The investigators began sabotaging her when they realized the woman is indeed the main character who was followed by the State Department since 1988. Several White House staffers thought it was time to reveal the real Olivia Pope, who has little time and resources to actually do this kind of investigation.
Thus, sources said, the need to cover up the recruiting process and other incidents by prolonging the investigation. Sources also said several political operatives tried to kill her in innocuous ways because they did not want the story to come to fruition, and they wanted Michelle Obama to stay in the White House–despite the alleged crime.
These sources, who feared retaliation, said people have been trying to kill the real Oliver Pope for several years. They also tried to switch the woman’s identity, using Judy Brown as a foil for the real Oliver Pope.
It was made clear to the woman that the show’s actress, Kerry Washington, used Judy Smith as a model to prepare for the role. The real Olivia Pope’s identity had to be kept a secret until the end of the investigation.
“It doesn’t mean she’s the real person the show is based on,” sources in the Department of State. “This was an effort to correct this misunderstanding looming large in our country today.”
During the investigation, at least seven people were fired from the Malloy, Segarra and Obama administrations because of the methods used to uncover this story and the attempts to cover up their findings from President Obama, the First Lady and his close advisors.
The perpetrators sometimes used hypnosis and other methods to bring the woman into her Hartford-based business to check for mail and do other matters. Additionally, they would use techniques and devices to interrupt her speech pattern, c and to create flubs during on-air interviews. While she was held hostage in Connecticut and away from the White House, the perpetrators also tried to change her American accents, mannerisms, habits, which were markers of a blending of the middle-class West Indian and African-American cultures that influenced her sensibilities. That’s because the show’s main character is played by an actress, Washington, with a Jamaican mother.
The Hartford Guardian reached out to the Justice Department, the White House Communications Office, and the Secret Service press office for comment. They were unavailable at press time.
The Hartford Guardian editors and writers were used to help with this investigation. Additional reporter by Lansana Koroma, paranormal investigator and community organizer.