It is the dawn of the Trump era. The deep state, also known as "a state within a state" is in danger of being drained. In Washington, DC, an elite group of career government bureaucrats bands together to issue the squeal of a lifetime.
The sabotage of Trump and his troops serves as the backdrop for the gripping story about self-serving pen pushers who put the entire country's future on the line to defend their swamp, trough, and the deep state from Trump's swamp-draining forces.
Despite inconclusive evidence and ignoring the possible ramifications, the deep state orders the attack. In the most devious sabotage operation of our generation, and with the help of some friendly media conglomerates, Squeal Team Six manufactures and releases a series of leaks in a riveting final showdown.
Below are some critical reviews of the pilot episode:
- Not great, not terrible - just your standard-issue TV reality show about how the Democrats' efforts always bring about the opposite of what was intended.
- A reality show that feels like a documentary at times, a cheesy docudrama at others, and some kind of slapped-together film that wants to be taken seriously as well.
- In the end it's really just schlocky television fare like "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo."
- Demonstrates with its narrative lassitude and overall dullness just how much Donald Trump did right.