Deep State cowardice in the coup attempt against the President
Our hearts are supposed to be pounding because "Anonymous," the character who wrote a New York Times op-ed back in 2018, supposedly from inside the Trump administration, has secretly been working on a book that is about to be published.I am glad to see that others have come to the conclusion that these people are cowards and Democrats are pandering to that cowardice by allowing them to anonymously attack the President with hearsay allegations. I suspect they are hiding because their seditious acts could be found to be criminal.
The book, titled “A Warning,” is being promoted as “an unprecedented behind-the-scenes portrait of the Trump presidency” that expands upon the Times column, which ricocheted around the world and stoked the president’s rage because of its devastating portrayal of Trump in office.Oh, really? Excuse me, but why is this person being anonymous if what he or she has to say is true? To keep a job? If Trump is so bad, why would he or she want to work for him in the first place? To support the "resistance" inside the White House and effectuate change? He or she hasn't been very successful at that so far, to say the least. Wouldn't the honorable thing be to resign and speak your piece publicly? Making it easier, given the riven state of our politics, finding other employment would be relatively simple and likely considerably more remunerative.
The column described Trump’s leadership style as “impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective,” and noted that “his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.”
The author of the column, which was titled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration” and published Sept. 5, 2018, was known to the Times but identified only as a senior official in the Trump administration. The person has still not been publicly identified.
No, "Anonymous" is something of a careerist looking to sell a book via some cheesy hocus-pocus.
But he/she isn't alone. The whistleblower--whom many, including me, have referred to more accurately as a leaker--is also a coward.