Andrew Anglin and Roy Batty
September 5, 2018
The new fake news book by this old friend of the kikes appears to be completely manufactured fiction.
There are no actual sources for any of the “scandalous” claims, and kikes have been doubling down on this whole “just write whatever and say anon said it to you” business.
It’s a moneygrab for the author and it gives the Jewish media fake headlines for a couple cycles, then when people are like “lol all this shit is just made up, wat da faq” they just stop reporting on it.
This was the cycle with “Fire and Fury” and the other one I can’t think of right now.
You actually learn more about how the Jews think of Trump – how real he is in their minds – then you do about anything that is going on in the White House. But some things are sometimes funny, and you hope they’re true.
Calling Session a retard is lol.
President Donald Trump called his Attorney General Jeff Sessions “a traitor,” and complained “everybody’s trying to get me” after he learned that Robert Mueller had been appointed special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election that sent Trump to the White House, according a new book.
Trump also called Sessions “mentally retarded,”and was called “unhinged” and an “idiot” by his chief of staff John Kelly, the book by legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward says.
I doubt it. This is them attempting to gaslight Trump. Because I’m sure some of the stuff in the book is true – little things here and there they can confirm – so they expect Trump to see the real things and then assume that some of the fake parts about his own people attacking him are true.
To those who don’t know, Kelly is Chief of Staff. He likes Robert E. Lee, wanted to build the Wall in two years and wanted to ban Moslems. By all accounts, this guy was one of the “generals” that Trump was so fond of talking about during his campaign.
Kelly also kicked Bannon and Scaramucci out of the White House.
Which… like, why?
I still don’t know what to make of what happened with Bannon, but by all accounts – including public statements by Trump himself, not just Jewish rumors – Bannon was clashing with everybody. He may or may not have been leaking stuff to the press and acting like he was smarter than Trump. He called Ivanka dumb.
Fire and Fury went over some of that. And that particular Jew writer Bannon himself invited into the White House, and made a bunch of weird statements to directly.
He said, she said and Jewish hoaxes aside, the idea of a chaotic scene doesn’t really surprise me.
If the Trump White House was anything like a right-wing get-together back in the day, I think we should be happy that no one pulled a knife on anybody else and just call it a day. Right-wingers are a volatile bunch, no doubt about it. We don’t work well together.
The idea that even on the higher level, these guys spend more time gossiping about one another and passing notes on to journalists than they do making America great again, isn’t in itself all that shocking.
So Kelly potentially could have said that. Kelly has a complete disdain for his boss because Trump’s an erratic right-wing walking juggernaut death ball. And so is Kelly. And these kinds of personalities are just bound to clash.
But yes: anon source, useless information, just a rumor.
And the president once phoned Defense Secretary James Mattis to say “Let’s f—ing kill him” after Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical attack on civilians, according to the book.
“Let’s go in. Let’s kill the f—king lot of them,” said Trump in one of the highlights of the 448-page book “Fear” that were described in an article Tuesday in the Washington Post, where Woodward has long worked.
That is a bold claim.
And clearly totally fake. Trump spent the entire campaign defending Assad, and has continually refused to act against Assad, instead pulling out the funding for ISIS and allowing Russia to win the war.
This is intended to make Trump look like a lunatic generally, but it is also intended to cause his supporters – the core of which are very anti-war – to lose faith.
But we look at actions, not Jewish rumors.
According to the Post’s account of the book, Kelly despaired of dealing with Trump, whom he called “unhinged” during discussions with colleagues in the White House.
“He’s an idiot. It’s pointless to try to convince him of anything. He’s gone off the rails,” Kelly was quoted in the book as saying.
He added, “We’re in Crazytown. I don’t even know why any of us are here. This is the worst job I’ve ever had.”
Seems like this book is more about Kelly than Sessions.
Trump will probably fire Kelly if this stuff is true. Or if he has reason to think it is. Or if enough people believe it that it makes him look bad to not fire him.
I don’t feel very strongly either way. Trump was the chaos candidate. I knew what I was voting for.