New York Times op-ed

NYT Melt Down: Sen. Cotton Suggests Trump Do What Ike Did When Democrats Sided With Rioters

What is the difference between Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus, a racist Democrat, siding with the rioters to prevent the integration of Little Rock Central High School and New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio, a racist Democrat, siding with the rioters and looters destroying Manhattan’s retail district? Both used the power of their office to incite violence to achieve political ends.

Who Ghostwrote the Times Op-Ed?

Anonymous, The American Spectator

The article closely matches what Peter Wehner and Michael Gerson have been saying forever about President Trump and his administration. The whole litany is there, offering the Wehner/Gerson/Bill Kristol/Eliot Cohen version of right and wrong approaches to Russia, trade, international democracy, and the sanctity of John McCain. Most of all, the article is bathed in the self-righteous moralism for which Gerson and Wehner are famous. “At the root of the problem,” the article says, “is the president’s amorality.”

The New York Times Belatedly Discovers The Deep State

We hope the publication of the anonymous op-ed in The New York Times galvanizes the President to cull out those establishment Republican hacks, Democrats and Deep State operatives who have been slow walking his policies, but until he puts someone who shares his agenda in charge of White House Personnel that is unlikely to happen.