It has been revealed that the so-called “anonymous” leader of the resistance at the White House against Trump happens to be a Millennial punk. He is not a “senior” White House official that wrote a book and authored a critical op-ed of the President.
The 2018, op-ed written in the New Times said the President was “impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective” and said that he was just one of many officials in the administration working against the president.
His name is Miles Taylor and he was chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security under Kirstjen Nielsen. Taylor recently resigned from the administration took a job with Google (shocker), endorse Joe Biden, campaigned against Trump, and is now a paid CNN contributor this fall.
Who could have seen that coming? (sarcasm). Almost as if it was all planned.
The New York Times described Taylor as a “senior” official when the op-ed was published. In truth, he very little access to the president.
When the op-ed was published it created speculation about the Deep State working against Trump. It turns out that “anonymous” is a little punk low-level staffer, that was looking for a job in the left-wing media.
At the time the NYT’s defended the op-ed claiming that it “adds significant value to the public’s understanding of what is going on in the Trump administration from someone who is in a position to know.”
Nope, it was just a punk Millennial trying to make a name for himself and get rich.
Taylor is nothing more than left-wing propaganda with two legs.
During his appearance on Anderson Cooper asked Taylor if the 25th amendment was ever discussed. Taylor said he can’t comment on that, meaning no it wasn’t. What made Taylor upset was that the President would make decisions for himself and then make his cabinet actually work. Just listen to his answer below.
“I wear a mask for two things, Anderson: Halloween and pandemics. So, no,” says @MilesTaylorUSA, when asked by @AndersonCooper if he is the author of the op-ed book written by someone called Anonymous. pic.twitter.com/sPjs4OoAnp
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) August 21, 2020
Written by October 28, 2020–