White House Traitor Writes “Resist” Op-Ed

White House Traitor Writes “Resist” Op-Ed

White House Traitor Writes “Resist” Op-Ed

The failing “New York Times” published an op-ed by a “senior official in the Trump Administration” late September 5, 2018. The op-ed titled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration” does not indicate whether the senior official works inside the White House or is part of the administration in some other building or department. It matters not.

Here is a little video from “CBS News” with some of the dirty deets:

In the preamble to the op-ed, the failing “New York Times” explains that this writer must remain anonymous at the risk of his/her job. Gee, do you think? No one with an IQ above that of a single-celled organism would want an outhouse rat like this as an employee.

When one works for an administration, any administration, one works for the people of the United States of America. Not for a party. And, not for the man or woman holding the highest office in the land. The President of the United States who was duly elected by the rules set forth in Article 2 and the Twelfth Amendment to The Constitution. In other words, you ninnyhammer, you work for me.

Let’s take a look at what this traitor in the White House has to say, shall we? From the article:

President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.

It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.

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.

How the heck do you get through the door of any building with an ego that size? “…he does not fully grasp…”. You think you get to be a builder in Manhattan by playing with the children? Being a bridge and tunnel guy, he has dealt with elitist maggots like you his entire life.

Oh, there is more:

To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.

But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.

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.

Oh, your god-like divine wisdom will protect Donald Trump from himself. How blessed we little people, aka voters, are to have you up there on Mt. Olympus protecting us (read that with dripping sarcasm).

But, there is more from this little pisher:

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.

Amoral? You wanna talk amoral? How about taking a paycheck from someone while you actively work to thwart his agenda? And, about those first principles, you have no principles or scruples, you weeny.

And then:

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.

Free minds? Trump has not told me what or how to think. Free markets? Reworking our trade deals, cutting regulations and taxes sure seem like Republican ideals to me. Free people? Keeping more of my money means I am more free than ever. Oops, you lose.


In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.

Look, scum, I occasionally watch the legacy media. They sure do have a hatred for me and anyone else not down with their agenda. That makes them an “enemy of the people.” There are honest and real journalists out there, but not many.

I am not going to bore Victory Girls’ loyal readers with much more of this. But, I believe this outhouse rat has given us clues to his identity:

Senator John McCain put it best in his farewell letter. All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high aim of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.

We may no longer have Senator McCain. But we will always have his example — a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue. Mr. Trump may fear such honorable men, but we should revere them.

Benedict Arnold. Biography.com. No copyright infringement intended.

And, there it is, ladies and gentlemen. This Benedict Arnold has revealed himself. You think we really care to have the late Senator McCain held up as a paragon of sanity. No thank you.

This op-ed writer is right up there with Arnold, Bradley Manning, and Aldrich Ames. A traitorous piece of filth not worthy of working anywhere near the White House. Not even as a groundskeeper.

I wouldn’t worry too much about losing the job. The cowardly writer can always go to work at the failing “New York Times” or fake news “CNN.” They love to hire weaselly cowards.

Rant over. Carry on.

Feature photo: Courtesy White House.gov. No Copyright Infringement Intended.

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  • Wfjag says:

    My guess: The writer is a mid-level Obama holdover whose program is being eliminated by a repeal of regulations, looking to get on with MSNBC as an analyst.

  • Nancy says:

    I suspect it’s timed to reinforce the book. I hope this is the gallows that NY Times is hanged on.

  • Kevin says:

    A few points … From my perspective, albeit a liberal one, I have no tolerance for people that hide behind a curtain while tossing stink bombs. If you believe strongly enough to put your thoughts to paper and submit it for publication, then attach your name to the statement. The NYT should not have printed this “anonymous” opinion piece … it’s not an “opinion” piece if it’s anonymous; it’s just a way to undermine and create havoc without taking responsibility. (VG should live up to the same standard with their writers.) Secondly, the only reason I subscribed to the NYT is because Spanky (aka tRump) called it the “failing NYT.” It appears hundreds of thousands of other people did the same. (Google NYT Subscriptions: “In a tough environment for journalism, The New York Times Company continued to post significant subscriber growth, propelling the company to a healthy 2017.”) Subscriptions are through the roof and mainly for one reason … Spanky. Lastly, 95% of what comes out of the White House are reports of undermining, backstabbing, sabotaging, contradictions, chaos, poorly developed policy decisions, etc., etc., etc. All of these reports are consistent with what we see and what insiders report. This is tragic but no one is surprised by the anonymous opinion editorial and Woodward’s book, Fear. They support every other previously published report. I’ve asked this before … When will this reality TV show end?

  • Katherine says:

    “When one works for an administration, any administration, one works for the people of the United States of America. Not for a party. And, not for the man or woman holding the highest office in the land.”

    “You wanna talk amoral? How about taking a paycheck from someone while you actively work to thwart his agenda?”

    Wait, which is it? You say high-level federal employees don’t work for the POTUS, yet you envision the POTUS actually signing their paychecks?

    For another few things, “reworking trade deals” like NAFTA to be more protectionist is pretty much the opposite of “cutting regulations,” Trump doesn’t appear to be that keen on freedom of speech when it involves protesting things he likes, and given Trump’s record on effectively silencing porn stars, I don’t have a great deal of confidence in his ability to “deal with” anyone, maggot or otherwise.

  • get the word outv says:

    The reason you hear that is because there is an organized attempt the destroy the vote of ordinary people — it’s not only Trump — it’s really us, the voters. they don’t think we should “get uppity” and vote for someone they don’t pick. There’s a REASON all the stuff is negative. There’s so much research out there, if you don’t believe us.

    Seriously, you think T had multisuccesses in all different fields for 40 years, and he was a much-desired guest for all their events, won awards, helped rebuild NY and DC — funny, everyone trusted him to do that, but now the left falls for this he’s incompetent stuff? And people are just now noticing? You really think that’s possible? Do you not see what’s going on?

    Some people really cannot, and if that’s you, I urge you to research. Look up the 16-year plan under O and H, the 2030 UN plan, agenda 21, globalism and those like Soros funding it — look up Davos and the Bilderbergers, the Council on foreign relations, the Uniparty– check out how both so called GOP and Dems are in this together and the trillions they had tied up in this. The CIA invented the term conspiracy theory decades ago, just to fool people who refuse to do their research but just believe the mainstream. Read about all those people writing those reports and the O and Clinton administrations are all related or married to each other — that’s no coincidence.

    The plan’s been out there for years — since Ayres and before — to decimate the population, move us all into crowded urban areas where, through laws, they control food and water (“health care laws”), transportation (public), communication (surveillance, media) — they want to control us and islam and socialism are just two of the means to an end. They don’t care which method the people fall for- the elites won’t follow either — you know how Saudi princes go gaga in London? Well, the elites will be in the penthouses laughing their heads off while we follow socialism, sharia, or whatever we fall for, for them to gain control.

    So just because you keep reading bad stuff — that’s what they want you to fall for, so don’t let them win. Do your research. When will it end? Well, they’re tryin to get guns registered and then taken away — study societies where this has happened. Otherwise, it won’t end until the ones falling for their propaganda wake up and join us. We have to stand up for ourselves and not let the elite banking class, the globalists, take away our sovereignty and flood the First world with 3rd worlders they can control.

    Other reading — Enemies Foreign and Domestic, by Matthew Bracken (trilogy, free on Amazon), any old Weathermen SDS interviews, Agenda 21 and 2030 plans on UN page – Discover the Networks site; a book from the 70s called “None Dare Call It Conspiracy” — Heather MacDonald’s books on police and media, Sarah Carter and John Soloman on the Deep state, the book “The Old Gray Lady” about the NYT agenda – Spencer and Gellar books on Islam – don’t just read “what comes out of the white house” with the “chaos “etc — nd then say “it’s all the same” –that is planned so the sheep will go Oh no, he’s been successful for 40 years, but now he can’t do anything, we’re in trouble, oh no — don’t fall for it.

    Woodward;s book is NOT like every other published report — it’s only like the propaganda they’re putting out. Read the real sources, what’s going on with Eurabia, the North American Union, books by Peter Schweizer — you’re falling for the mainstream and they are NOT on your side.

  • trying to get the word out says:

    Just sayin’ — hope my post got through. Was trying to explain to one who believed the NYT hook, line, and sinker, and I don’t see it, so– hopefully, you’re just moderating it, and it’ll show up later.

  • Kevin says:

    I don’t have to rely on the NYT or MSM sources to present an accurate picture of Spanky … he does it himself. He speaks poorly of practically everyone, most of his policies are half baked and not thought through, his tweets are horrific (had any previous person had access to millions of people directly and sent out messages that were half as inflammatory as Spanky’s everyone’s brains would have imploded). In Spanky’s world everyone (Cohen, Tillerson, Omarosa, et al) are “great”, “American heros”, “intelligent people” until the relationship sours and then they’re the scum of the earth. With friends like that you don’t need any enemies. I don’t need the NYT or Woodward, Omarosa, or anyone else to paint a picture of Spanky … he does a good enough job on his own.

  • Kevin says:

    Did I mention the constant lying? 68.546% of what spews from his lips is a lie. Now here’s the really tragic thing … you can’t assume he’s telling the truth so when the nation comes to a point when we need a leader to explain something horrible (going to war, economy crashing, etc.) whatever he says no one will believe without getting 50 sources to confirm the report. He is a pathetic lying narcissistic insecure emotionally stunted man-child. With that said, the NYT and the “anonymous source” were wrong.

  • Dennis says:

    Thi is primarily for Kevin: Sir, you demean yourself
    I was not a supporter of Pres. Obama,and felt he was the worst thing to happen to this country since Pres.James Carter. All of that being said, I never once called him anything except President Obama.
    I would not insult my parents by behavior less than respectful.
    Dennis the librarian shusher

    • Kevin says:

      Dennis, I’ll freely admit that you’re a better person than I am. My guess is you’re probably the outlyer who did not tar and feather President Obama with something. Most, if not all presidents prior to 2016, routinely had staff and supporters say, “He brings out the best in me and those around him.” This heinous troll in the White House does the opposite; Spanky brings out the worst in people. I digress with my disdain for Spanky in this post thread given it’s about “anonymous hit jobs” and not about “the character, or lack thereof”, of the (I’m holding my nose when I say this word in relation to Spanky) president.

  • Ex-PH2 says:

    Anyone besides me notice that this was timed to coincide with the “release” of Woodward’s book, as well as burying the good news that unemployment is at its lowest level since 1969?

    Anyone? Bueller? Nope, not one word about the economic good news, because TRUMP!

    NYT seems to be aiming at either losing ads revenue, or bilking its committed readers into paying $1,000 per year for a subscription so that the paper doesn’t have to rely on fickle advertisers.

    With the childishness going on in full public view in the Kavanuagh hearings, and the libertreds’ constant attempts to jackhammer dTrump, which are failing, it’s kind of like watching Canada gees learning to fly in formation before migration takes place. These people are starting to smack into each other, sometimes so loudly you can hear them collide. I wonder if it leaves bruises?

    Oh, just so you know, dTrump has begun to hint at another run for the Office Of, which is buried in a remark he made, something about “another six and a half years”.

  • Dennis says:

    Kevin, it is possible to better yourself. I never said I didn’t hold any of the Presidents accountable for the wrongs they did. I only said I wouldn’t lower my standards to insults.
    Things like,”heinous troll in the White House” and “spanky” don”t insult President Trump, but they lower your dignity and the respect for his office. They also turn people off from taking your points seriously.Always remember, (just like I had to),that though I didn’t vote for them, as an American they were “my Presidents”
    Dennis the librarian shusher
    P.S. in this context the word “president” is always capitalized

    • scott says:

      Dennis, your efforts on this front are admirable, but your “friend” Kevin there has proved himself to be nothing more than, to use his words, a “heinous troll”… he has what is apparently a terminal case of TDS, and wishes to spread it, making him a textbook TARDO.. (Trump Acceptance Resistance Disorder Operative)… Not sure why he’s here instead of over at the Huffpo, or Esquire, or some such where he’d fit in… ahh well

  • Dennis says:

    Scott , Kevin is neither a “friend nor even an enemy. He is an individual who is willing to engage me one on one in a respectful manner.
    We obviously disagree on Presidents, but when addressing me, he is open and willing to take valid respectful criticism and address the issues I raised and to some limited extant modify his behavior.
    He does seem like a person I could enjoy a debate with (Rare in this time) over an adult beverage or two. Maybe he could change my mind. Maybe I could change his. The fact that neither of us descended into mud slinging animals shows promise.
    “Friend” , that is a title I take very seriously, I am fortunate that I have had three in 70+ years. Down to one now. I’ll miss the other two until I join them.
    Dennis the librarian shusher

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