Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Is The Other White House Neo-Nazi, Stephen Miller, Laying Low 'Til It All Blows Over?


Feelin' isolated... by Nancy Ohanian

As Señor Trumpanzee ran around frantically trying to claim credit for something to do with Hurricane Harvey-- instead of blame for denying the climate change that made it catastrophic-- his support on the fringe right kept eroding. Monday, Politico reported how dangerous far right lunatic was whining at the National Review that the adults surrounding Trump don't let Bolton anywhere near him anymore. Bolton claimed that "that although former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon had asked him to draw up a plan to extricate the United States from the Iran deal in late July, that plan never made it to Trump’s desk after Bannon was fired earlier this month."

And Bolton isn't the only neo-Nazi type being kept away from the impressionable and senile occupant of the Oval Office. In fact, actual Nazi, Sebastian Gorka-- unceremoniously fired and barred from the White House grounds-- told The Hill that he blames Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan and frets that Trumpanzee is feeling "isolated." In his interview, the vengeful Gorka said Ryan and McConnell are living in a "fantasy illusion that Nov. 8 was their victory as much as it was the president's" and that their "credibility is lost and unrecoverable... I don't think [Ryan and McConnell] are working against [Trump], but they're definitely not working with him." He threatened that "they will pay a penalty for that mistake and belief."
Gorka said Trump feels more isolated at the White House, and suggested he does not like all of the changes instituted by new chief of staff John Kelly, who has restricted access to the president as a means of bringing more discipline to the Oval Office.

“The president currently feels, to a certain extent, isolated,” Gorka said. “Individuals don't have access to him as they did in the past.

“So we know [Chief of Staff] General Kelly wanted to impose a certain regimen on the system,” he said. “But there are aspects of the new regime that the president is not satisfied with, let me leave it at that.”

Gorka said the key to Kelly's success in his new role will ultimately come down to chemistry and a “commitment to the president's vision.”

“He's definitely asserted control as one would expect from a military professional,” says Gorka. “The key unknown is whether his style will comport with the president's expectations and own style.

“Look at White House history. Being an effective chief of staff is never just about efficiency. It's far more about chemistry and commitment to the president's vision.”

Though Gorka insists he resigned, the White House has disputed that characterization in a statement that explicitly said he had not resigned. Many see Kelly as having pushed out Gorka, who worked as a deputy assistant to Trump on national security issues.

Gorka said Bannon’s exit was a reason for his own departure. He insisted the final straw, however, was a speech the president gave on the administration’s new Afghanistan policy that didn't include the words “radical Islam.”

Gorka, in a series of interviews, has said many in the White House are working against Trump and do not believe in his “Make America Great Again” agenda.

“There are individuals who don’t agree with the original agenda that we campaigned for,” Gorka said. “And as such, I can't support that dilution of the original mission. But I can do a lot more on the outside to make sure the president’s original vision is implemented.”

Above is an actual ad Republicans are running in rural areas of several states to rile up their base-- although our art director swapped out the photograph of the perfect little Aryan family they used-- looks like it came right out a Deutschland über Alles propaganda piece, for one that better represents the actual Trumpist base in all its glory. And below... well please watch the short MSNBC segment all the way to the end or you'll miss Chris Hayes' best impression ever:

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At 6:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

miller might be a bona fide Nazi, but there are still many white supremacists left, starting with j. beauregarde sessions.

At 12:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Other"??? The White Man's House is full of them.


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