Skip to comments.White House Search and Destroy Mission in a Target-Rich Environment
Posted on 09/06/2018 10:29:33 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
Unless the New York Times op-ed now dominating the news was written by one of the Times own boot-licking lackeysof which there are many it shouldnt take the Trump White House Search and Destroy initiative long to suss out the anonymous writer.
Its a question on the minds of White House aides and the media after the New York Times published a blistering critique of President Donald Trump, penned by an author identified only as an unnamed senior Trump administration official. (ABC, Sept. 6, 2018)
The whole thing stinks of a typical false flag attack. There IS no real “inside source.” This is strictly a narrative-pushing moment that is becoming more and more indicative of the modus operandi of the failed Democrat Party. The good thing is that the narrative will push MORE voters likely to vote GOP this election cycle, as did the failed attempts in the past.
Agree, and get them, it, whatever exposed well before the election in November.
My personal opinion is that it is a complete fabrication and did not come from anyone in the white house. It’s probably as fake as the Dan Rather letter.
If it’s real, the leaker is either an idiot or expected to quit, because they will be found out soon enough. But I doubt this is what happened.
A real person would be an idiot to pen this BS
I’d bet a year’s salary that this was penned by someone outside the administration loyal to McCain or Hillary etc who quit or was fired long ago.
I doubt that there is anyone close to the president who would write this.
And here’s why.
If this person existed. If indeed there was a cabal of malcontents, like you had in the Lincoln Admin at the start, they would be open about it, and if they indeed felt that there was a crisis, you have people like Kelly, Mattis and many others, to whom the person could go to.
Or to put it better, if there was some widespread concern you’d know Kelly and the others would be the first to step in and express that a problem exists with the president’s head.
No way, no how that this is a legit letter from someone close to Trump. NY Times will never release the name of the person, because they know, it’s fake.
I’d put money on Steve Schmidt.
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