It only took a little over a week, but both Reince (say his name with a lisp) Priebus and Anthony Scaramucci have fallen from blows inflicted by the great and powerful termination hammer.
And I think that, in the end, all of this will be for the best.
Priebus may in fact have been one of the main leaking rats hiding inside the White House, and it’s beyond debate that he was a weak excuse for a man that had proven unable over the course of months to assert any control from his position as Chief of Staff.
Tony, on the other hand, was far from a weakling (at least at first glance), but his style of attacking figures like Steve Bannon, and his sketchy connections/past/deleted Leftist tweets were most certainly indicators of something rather sinister and damaging for long-term business.
Awakenings and changes in worldview do happen (95% of the Alt-Right is proof of this), but when there are too many loose ends as in the case of The Mooch, there should always be concern and surveillance.
It would probably be most beneficial to just avoid all of the drama, all of the embarrassment, and all of the good will expressed by (((Kushner and Company))), and move in a new communications direction that will hopefully be cuck-free, Globalist-free, and Jew-free for the foreseeable future.
Anthony Scaramucci was removed from his position as White House communications director, just 10 days after his appointment to the post.
Mr. Scaramucci, who is nicknamed “The Mooch,” was removed at the urging of former Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly, who was sworn in as White House chief of staff Monday morning. Mr. Kelly is seeking to impose more discipline in the White House, two administration officials said.
After the swearing-in ceremony—which Mr. Scaramucci attended—Mr. Kelly returned to his office, where he informed Mr. Scaramucci in a one-on-one meeting that he was being forced to resign, a White House official said.
Looks like the General laid down the law and essentially gelded “Italian Stallion” Scaramucci to the point where there is now no hope for recovery.
All that bravado and Nationalist-blasting for nothing, eh Tony?
The ouster signaled Mr. Kelly’s authority over a White House that has been plagued by competing factions in the first six months of the Trump administration. President Donald Trump has told Mr. Kelly that all White House officials—including longtime advisers such as chief strategist Steve Bannon and family members such as son-in-law Jared Kushner —will report directly to the chief of staff, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at Monday’s news briefing.
I know it’s just a pipe dream, but wouldn’t it be hilarious if Kelly canned Kushner in the next week or two?
Just slip up and leave your laptop open for the good soldier, Jared.
I assure you he won’t read your communications with other Jews, your bragging diary, or whatever incriminating information you may have on your device(s).
Mr. Scaramucci asked to keep his position at the U.S. Export-Import Bank when he gave his resignation, a White House official said. But Ms. Sanders said in the briefing that Mr. Scaramucci now holds no administration role.
In a statement earlier Monday, Ms. Sanders said Mr. Scaramucci “felt it was best to give Chief of Staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team,” she said.
Mr. Scaramucci didn’t return a call seeking comment.
The move comes four days after the New Yorker magazine published an expletive-filled interview with Mr. Scaramucci, in which the Wall Street financier attacked other top staffers in the White House, including Mr. Kelly’s predecessor Reince Priebus.
Ms. Sanders said Monday that the president felt Mr. Scaramucci’s comments in the interview were “inappropriate for a person in that position.” She declined to answer a question about whether Mr. Trump regretted hiring Mr. Scaramucci.
Mr. Scaramucci had told fellow White House officials in recent days that he knew it was a possibility that his New Yorker interview could result in him being ousted, said two people familiar with the conversation. But in a White House that has driven an unceasing news cycle for much of the past six months, with one breaking news story quickly overshadowing the last, Mr. Scaramucci told colleagues that he thought it might blow over.
Mr. Scaramucci—who had reported directly to Mr. Trump while Mr. Priebus was chief of staff—had told the president on Sunday that he wanted to report to Mr. Kelly, according to a Republican close to the White House. But Mr. Kelly felt the communications director was unable to be a “team player” and found his comments about his colleagues unbecoming, the person said.
Anyone who thinks Mooch is "in trouble" for his Tweet last night and the New Yorker article can automatically be dismissed as wannabes.
— Mike Cernovich ?? (@Cernovich) July 27, 2017
This whole situation did us on the Alt-Right yet another important service – it taught us that critters like Mike Cernovich (really lisp that one) and Jack (Rat-F#cker) Posobiec are con-artists that operate in a manner that is actually more akin to “psychics” and “mediums” than anything else.
Like a medium that will use vague references to dead relatives or friends (grandparents for 20-30 year olds, parents for those aged 30-60, and siblings and or spouses for seniors), so will the Mikes and Jacks of the world claim that they possess “insider sources” that are in fact so vague and nondescript that anyone could do the same if they read the news and study trends/political patterns.
But when these charlatans get just a bit too confident and hubris-filled (like with the Saga of The Mooch), it doesn’t take much to expose the lies to the open air.
Funny how that Fake News thing works, huh?