By Olivia Pierson
[First Published on Incite 7/9/18]
Lest anyone think that President Trump and his supporters have been relying on empty conspiracy theories about the deep-state Resistance, we now have a full admission of someone who is serving in the Whitehouse for the very purpose of undermining the President and his agenda.
In a fairly unprecedented move, the New York Times published an anonymous op-ed by a treacherous coward, who says:
“This isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state….That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.”
Not only is this perfidiously un-patriotic, it’s also despicably desperate. The publishing of this article arrives swiftly on the heels of Bob Woodward’s new anti-Trump book, Fear, obviously in an effort to give it credence after the administration’s push-back against it was so strong and believable. With the Midterm elections looming just around the corner, it’s easy to see why such desperation is being flashed around on the sleeve of the Resistance. As if the Democrat party’s circus antics at the confirmation hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh are not enough to show us their wretched state.
The Resistance’s greatest fear has always been that Trump’s presidency may be embarrassingly (to them) successful. Even the writer of this op-ed has had to concede that this administration’s policies “have already made America safer and more prosperous.” He then cites the “bright-spots” that the mainstream media never captures – “effective deregulation, historic tax reform and a more robust military and more.”
So while America grows safer and more prosperous, why then does this writer consider President Trump to be “detrimental to the health of the republic?”
The reasons the writer gives are staggeringly small-minded and nothing we haven’t heard a thousand times before: he or she claims the President’s leadership style is adversarial, erratic, impetuous, petty and ineffective. He or she claims that the President has a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un. Lastly, he or she claims that the President has a tendency to change his mind. That’s it.
The writer seems to be utterly oblivious to the fact that his or her abject deceit, cowardice and double-dealing while serving inside the Whitehouse under a president who was democratically elected by the very republic he or she claims to love, stands as monumentally more egregious and in want of moral character than anything President Trump has ever said, done or possibly even imagined.
This is the problem with desperation, it causes people to act in thoughtless ways without considering that their anxious emotions may not be the ideal basis on which to be choosing their actions.
The Resistance fancies itself as some kind of messianic group, there to save their imperilled republic from President Evil, whom they consider unfit to hold office. We saw exactly this same delusion at play in James Comey, Peter Strzok and Andrew McCabe. But I think that history will one day show us clearly that these fanciful saboteurs were merely unfit to serve in President Trump’s world-changing administration.
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