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EXCLUSIVE: Anti-Pruitt Leaker Alex Hinson Purchased Hooker On Vice President’s Foreign Trip

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Department of the Interior (DOI) deputy press secretary Alex Hinson purchased a $500 prostitute while serving on the press advance team for Vice President Mike Pence’s August 2017 trip to Montenegro, according to multiple advance staffers and other sources in the administration and close to the White House.

The vice president’s office is aware of the situation and Hinson has been sent home to Arkansas to live with his parents as Zinke talks to other DOI staffers about what to do about him. Hinson has been leaking negative stories to the press about Zinke and his colleagues.

Hinson is involved in a plot with his friend, former EPA advance man for Scott Pruitt Kevin Chmielewski to try to bring down both Zinke and Pruitt. They are using the pliable pens of the mainstream press in order to do it. Hinson has yet to provide on-the-record comments to Big League Politics for our coverage of him, but the federal government can now review his personal cell phone because he used it for government business after losing his government-issued cell phone (exclusive text messages featured below…)

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As Big League Politics reported:

WASHINGTON — The pair of conspirators trying to knock out EPA chief Scott Pruitt and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke by leaking to the press are in full-fledged panic mode as their scheme unravels.

Big League Politics has received confirmation that Kevin Chmielewski, the fired EPA advance man who is leaking negative stories about Pruitt, called up his former mistress Haley Davis and threatened her not to talk to the press. Haley Davis, the former American Idol contestant, left married Chmielewski in March 2016 to avoid being a homewrecker. Chmielewski also threatened a reporter in a conversation about the case, vowing to spitefully target the reporter for the rest of his career.

Chmielewski, who impersonates a police officer by driving around in Washington in a fake police car with fake police lights, is working with Interior deputy press secretary Alex Hinson to pull off an amateur House of Cards-type ploy to get Pruitt and Zinke removed from their jobs.

Now, the leakers are crashing and burning. Their scheme to try to blame Michael Abboud, an EPA official close to Scott Pruitt, for their own leaks is thoroughly debunked. CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 spiked a planned story on the Abboud angle after I provided CNN’s Sarah Ganim with text messages showing the scope of Chmielewski and Hinson’s subterfuge, making it clear that Abboud had nothing to do with this.

The first time Big League Politics ever heard the name Michael Abboud was when we called Alex Hinson, who asked us if we were talking to Abboud and we did not know who he was. Clearly, Hinson was trying to set up Abboud, which sparked a conspiracy-theory story in The Atlantic by reporter Elaina Plott. That Atlantic story has now clearly been proven false.
Alex Hinson, we are told, is now living at home with his parents in Arkansas as his colleagues disgustedly try to figure out how to handle the situation.

Big League Politics has obtained the following text messages between Chmielewski and Hinson.

“Hot off the press,” Chmielewski says to Hinson, referring to Washington Post and The Hill articles about Scott Pruitt’s first-class flights. “they haven’t even scratched the surface and I haven’t said one word.”

“Fuck. That,” Hinson told Chmielewski when told that Chimielewski was asked to resign. “Get on the horn with Caroline and then blow the roof off this.

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