I’m the kind of guy that likes to see political enemies get crushed ruthlessly, as there is no other way to fight the Left aside from smashing them with their own dirty, despicable tactics – morals don’t work when one side doesn’t abide by them.
Because of this, it’s probably beneficial in the future for some portions of the Alt-Right (especially the most radical elements in parts of the country like the Northeast) to use Scaramucci-style attacks on those who get in the way – just imagine cucks being berated every single day like the worthless traitors that they truly are.
But what we’re seeing today – attacks on Bannon and Sessions?
I’m not going to approve or endorse this.
On Wednesday night, I received a phone call from Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director. He wasn’t happy. Earlier in the night, I’d tweeted, citing a “senior White House official,” that Scaramucci was having dinner at the White House with President Trump, the First Lady, Sean Hannity, and the former Fox News executive Bill Shine. It was an interesting group, and raised some questions. Was Trump getting strategic advice from Hannity? Was he considering hiring Shine? But Scaramucci had his own question—for me.
“Who leaked that to you?” he asked. I said I couldn’t give him that information. He responded by threatening to fire the entire White House communications staff. “What I’m going to do is, I will eliminate everyone in the comms team and we’ll start over,” he said. I laughed, not sure if he really believed that such a threat would convince a journalist to reveal a source. He continued to press me and complain about the staff he’s inherited in his new job. “I ask these guys not to leak anything and they can’t help themselves,” he said. “You’re an American citizen, this is a major catastrophe for the American country. So I’m asking you as an American patriot to give me a sense of who leaked it.”
Ok. Not all that bad, and nothing I can really disagree with (arresting journalists would probably be the best way to stop leaks, or at least the acceptance of leaks by the press corps).
In Scaramucci’s view, the fact that word of the dinner had reached a reporter was evidence that his rivals in the West Wing, particularly Reince Priebus, the White House chief of staff, were plotting against him. While they have publiclymaintained that there is no bad blood between them, Scaramucci and Priebus have been feuding for months. After the election, Trump asked Scaramucci to join his Administration, and Scaramucci sold his company, SkyBridge Capital, in anticipation of taking on a senior role. But Priebus didn’t want him in the White House, and successfully blocked him for being appointed to a job until last week, when Trump offered him the communications job over Priebus’s vehement objections. In response to Scaramucci’s appointment, Sean Spicer, an ally of Priebus’s, resigned his position as press secretary. And in an additional slight to Priebus, the White House’s official announcement of Scaramucci’s hiring noted that he would report directly to the President, rather than to the chief of staff.
Globalist defectors are obviously a good thing in the grand scheme of things, but if Scaramucci’s intentions are legit (there is still no hard evidence to indicate this), nobody in their right mind should be handing over huge amounts of power in the blink of an eye.
Trust is earned, many “defectors” are in fact double-agents either working for the enemy or their own selfish interests, and nobody here can tell me they would be so naive that, if President, they would make their Cabinet resemble a Goldman Sachs boardroom more than anything else.
I guess a good analogy would involve a general accepting an entire division’s surrender, and then being like, “Yeah, guys, I’m going to give you all my military secrets, and send you to the most important area of the front with no surveillance or scrutiny.”
“They’ll all be fired by me,” he said. “I fired one guy the other day. I have three to four people I’ll fire tomorrow. I’ll get to the person who leaked that to you. Reince Priebus—if you want to leak something—he’ll be asked to resign very shortly.” The issue, he said, was that he believed Priebus had been worried about the dinner because he hadn’t been invited. “Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” Scaramucci said. He channelled Priebus as he spoke: “ ‘Oh, Bill Shine is coming in. Let me leak the fucking thing and see if I can cock-block these people the way I cock-blocked Scaramucci for six months.’ ” (Priebus did not respond to a request for comment.)
I never did like Reince (use a lisping voice when saying his name), and months back I only grudgingly accepted his nomination due to Bannon being pushed at the exact same time.
The Wisconsin cuck probably should be fired in the end, but we need to ask who exactly is going to take his place as Chief of Staff?
Or maybe somebody backed by Scaramucci (and Kushner)?
“The swamp will not defeat him (Trump),” he said, breaking into the third person. “They’re trying to resist me, but it’s not going to work. I’ve done nothing wrong on my financial disclosures, so they’re going to have to go fuck themselves.”
Scaramucci also told me that, unlike other senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. “I’m not trying to build my own brand off the fucking strength of the President. I’m here to serve the country.” (Bannon declined to comment.)
Hold up there, Tony.
Smack talking Reince (say the name with a lisp) is one thing, but trashing Bannon?
Time to keep quiet, and realize that without guys like Steve, Jeff (Sessions), and Tillerson (sort of), we would essentially have a reincarnation of George W. Bush’s Cabinet of Treason.
Or is that what you really want – a group that means nothing so long as Wall Street hedge funds remain light on taxes and free of regulation?
He reiterated that Priebus would resign soon, and he noted that he told Trump that he expected Priebus to launch a campaign against him. “He didn’t get the hint that I was reporting directly to the President,” he said. “And I said to the President here are the four or five things that he will do to me.” His list of allegations included leaking the Hannity dinner and the details from his financial-disclosure form.
I got the sense that Scaramucci’s campaign against leakers flows from his intense loyalty to Trump. Unlike other Trump advisers, I’ve never heard him say a bad word about the President. “What I want to do is I want to fucking kill all the leakers and I want to get the President’s agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people,” he told me.
Maybe I’m wrong (and I certainly would like to be if the attacks on actual Nationalists like Bannon stop), but logic and experience says that the Mooch is not going to end well in this Administration.
“America First” does not mean what we’re currently seeing (aside from the policies of Sessions), and that is just an incontrovertible fact.