In all cases, emphasis added.
Given the links between support for Trump, immigration control, Der Movement, right-wing populism, and System resistance to all of the preceding, news concerning Trump and his shockingly inept and disorganized “leadership” is of course relevant to White EGI. Hence, this blog will continue to turn a critical eye toward Der Movement’s beloved “God Emperor” regardless of the worshipful fanboy crowd that whines in dismay about “blackpilling” (or whatever other juvenile phrase they utter in between picking up diseased sluts in bars or drinking hard liquor in loft apartments [or in their parent’s basements]).
Read this. Even IF the quotes are false, the underlying truths behind them remain the same. What here is practically false? Not much, I believe.
The New York Times published an essay Wednesday that the newspaper said was written by a “senior official” in the Trump administration, supporting a central claim in Bob Woodward’s forthcoming book: members of the president’s staff are actively working to subvert him.
Spencer is one of the few people in Der Movement willing to utter any (even mild) criticism of the lumbering idiotic vulgar ignorant buffoon Trump:
I wonder what would have happened if Donald Trump had appointed people who actually believe in his agenda?
Indeed. But, hey, Trump has only “hired the best people” like he promised, eh? And it’s “mission accomplished” over MAGA, no? Interesting that the Big Mac-guzzling dullard Trump thinks it’s “mission accomplished” when he’s actually accomplished practically nothing, and his own staff is actively sabotaging him.
The unnamed official painted a portrait of a divided White House because of misgivings over the behavior of President Trump himself.
“The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations,” the author of the piece wrote.
Of course he doesn’t “fully grasp” this, or anything else. Unlike the liars of Der Movement, some of whom would wish to rewrite history whenever they rarely do criticize their bloated god Trump, EGI Notes has been critical of Trump from the very beginning. When others foamed at the mouth that “Trump is the last chance for White America” and designated Trump as an “American Caesar” leading the USA to an “Indian summer” of “greatness” and “demographic stability,” it was the “crazy and bitter” Ted Sallis who was telling you that Trump is a vulgar ignorant buffoon, couldn’t be trusted, etc. Who was right? Who was wrong? Who is always right? Who is always wrong?
“The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making,” the author states. “Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.”
Yeah sure: those are “conservative ideals.” No doubt, eh? Let’s consider each in turn. Free minds. So, “conservative Republicans” support free speech and free dissident expression in the USA and throughout the world? They speak out against, and pass legislation against, deplatforming and social pricing attacks? They oppose Internet censorship? They oppose “hate speech” laws, particularly those extant in Europe that certainly shut down all those “free minds?” They’ve spoken up in defense of the rights of Der Movement? Free markets. Well, sure, if it is Big Business making money off the destruction of America, then the GOP is all for it, but how “free” are the markets with Chinese protectionism and currency manipulation? Free people. Oh, so the GOP opposes the EU throwing people in prison for speech and political beliefs? They’ve spoken up against that? They oppose the persecution of Fields by Antifa Jeff Sessions? They think that the Right should be free to assemble in public without being attacked by Sessions’ leftist thug pets? Get back to me about all of that, please.
“The individual behind this piece has chosen to deceive, rather than support, the duly elected President of the United States,” Sanders said in a statement. “He is not putting country first, but putting himself and his ego ahead of the will of the American people. This coward should do the right thing and resign.”
Trump then returned to Twitter, where he offered a more succinct criticism of the official who had written the essay.
Twitter. There’s a problem right there – a President who does nothing except tweet like a teenage jackass.
The “good old boys network” continues to roll along, as both Coulter (one of the boys, no doubt) and Derbyshire (likely of lower testosterone levels) continue to support the vile Antifa Jeff Sessions.
Both of these retards should consider that there are people on the Right who oppose Sessions not because of the “Russia investigation” but because he is an inert do-nothing for anything and everything except to persecute rightists and to voice support for leftist domestic terrorists. Indeed, his past in Alabama, discussed here previously, showed him in bed with the SPLC against White activists. I’ll go along with “Zman” here and consider quota queen Jeff as an establishment “mole” doing what he can to wreck right-wing populism.
As to all the supposed “good” the lifeless Sessions is “accomplishing” re: immigration, nothing prevents Trump from filling the position with someone else as good or better in that regard. Do it now, when the GOP still controls Congress…but, then again, reading the above, it is clear the GOP would likely sabotage any future rightist appointments.
Regardless of these practical matters, it is still right and proper for those on the Right to criticize that which deserves to be criticized.