He's promising to write about what he generally describes as serious conflicts between the Trump transition crew at EPA and what most of us would call a cadre of determined fifth columnists within the EPA hierarchy.
Meet David Schnare, the former EPA deputy administrator who was scheduled for better things...until he bailed. The "why" here is well worth the wait...
An unnamed career staffer told Politico that EPA employees will “fight actions they deem ill-advised or illegal by quietly providing information of what is happening inside their agencies to advocacy groups and the media.”http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/19/i-will-name-names-infighting-at-epa-drives-top-official-to-resign/
A small group of EPA staffers began using encryption apps, like Signal, to communicate in a way that can’t be tracked by the White House. The actions may violate federal records law.
Other government employees may have started “rogue” Twitter accounts to attack the Trump administration over social media, and a former EPA official suggested agency employees would boycott Trump if he ever came to visit the agency.
Schnare’s resignation suggests infighting between EPA transition officials and Pruitt’s inner circle over the direction of the agency. He told InsideEPA Pruitt had frozen out members of the beachhead team placed at the agency by Trump’s transition team. As one of the most experienced members of the transition team, he’s an attorney and environmental scientist who previously worked at EPA for more than 30 years. Most recently, Schnare was general counsel for the Energy & Environment Legal Institute.
In the short term it will be a horrendous working environment, but the "secret" lines of communication are almost always revealed, and if NSA can't crack Signal encryption, then they don't deserve to stay open.
Housecleaning will be slow. People need to be transferred from EPA into other agencies, for cooler heads to prevail.