Donald Trump, Writer, New York Times discussed on Doug Basham
There's also a lot of chatter of exactly how high up the food chain. This anonymous op Ed writer is again, I don't see what difference that makes. Let's take a range from General Mattis to a janitor. If it was a janitor, your media would just write them off as to low level to know anything. And if it was mad as your media would immediately start rummaging through Madison's garbage cans looking for dirt on them. You Trump bots would turn on him. Like, he did the southern retard Jeff Sessions. So I don't care if it was written by a higher up or a lower down as I have stated countless times on the show the truth is the truth. No matter who speaks or right right said I mean in the eyes and ears of you brain, dead Trump. That's even worse than the janitor. I'm a liberal and yet you get more truth for me in two hours a week. Then you do in all the hours you spend poisoning. You're already mush brains with the lies your media brainwash is you with every day of the week and on weekends. Contrary to what the brain addled Rudy Guliani says truth is truth. But here's the kicker. There's a reason team Trump is floating all these distractions the writer doesn't exist. Even though they're conducting a witch hunt to find him the failing New York Times just made it up. He does exist in these gutless coward. We have to find him sworn affidavits lie detector tests that bright idea came from the great libertarian rand Paul, and I immediately donated to his neighbor. And of course, all you brain dead. Trump odds are right there like the mindless ship, you are we got to find out who wrote this up, and he said bad things about the done. Which is exactly what they want you to do. They want you to focus on the writer and not what he wrote not because they don't think it's true. But because they know it is consider this one one Trump official was asked to we thought road. If he replied, quote, the problem for the president is it could be so many people. You can't rule it down to one person. It's impossible end quote. And after the op-ed was published to senior officials reach out to axios to say the author stole the words right out of their mouths one official said, quote, I find the reaction to the New York Times op, Ed fascinating. The people seem so shocked that there's a resistance from the inside a lot of us were wishing we'd been the writer. I suspect. I hope he I hope Trump knows. Maybe he does that there are dozens and dozens of us end quote. And I gotta say if there are indeed dozens and dozens of people in the White House and administration working behind the scenes to stop Trump. Maybe every now, and then he does indeed hire the best people who knew. And getting back to this whole rand Paul lie detector for fires. My TV question. The cold wall has had this takeout and listen to how she concludes her remarks. That's my gal. I think they should put everyone on a polygraph and ask them what they think Donald Trump is fit. Why? I mean, that's what we should do. Sure. We we needed. I'm Callie we need people. Absolutely. Kushner, let's polygraph. Serious offer if you're willing anyone of you. We'll put it on TV. You can have my our what they wanted. Downtown fit for the presidency. Is he capable of Kantha responsibilities at America's commander in chief? You're all welcome. You're welcome. I taught her to say that. And of course, Trump had to respond to this op op, Ed I in person then on Twitter where we see the real Donald Trump. And I gotta say if you are going to try and discredit an anonymous writer, at least know how to pronounce the damn word. The latest active resistance is the op-ed published.