‘Attention seeking bureaucrat’ Anonymous is out and will soon be forgotten
October 28, 2020
I know, you are wondering who the heck is that? Even if he put his name on it most people would’ve had no idea who he was outside of Washington D.C. In fact, the same goes for most people inside Washington D.C.
Like many bureaucrats with self-delusional importance Taylor wasted no time trying to make a big splash about his pontifications of President Donald Trump’s administration and how he believed it would be better run by someone with his impeccable President George W. Bush day credentials.
He’s a pompous ass. Literally, he’s an attention seeking bureaucrat that didn’t have the guts to put his name on the opinion editorial or leave his position at Department of Homeland Security when he claims Trump’s decisions were a national security issue.
Just watch the clip from CNN below. This is the one where he lies about being Anonymous before he admits being anonymous.
He was also the anonymous author of “A Warning,” a really terrible book he wrote the following year.
He admitted he was Anonymous in a three-page statement he posted online.
He described the President as “impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective” roiled Washington and set off a hunt for his identity. And the New York Times statement when they ran this bureaucrats anonymous opinion piece attempted to try to explain the very ludicrous decision with
“The Times is taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous Op-Ed essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure.”
Well, there you have it an unsatisfied bureaucrat who was angry at his boss finally came out into the open and guess what, I didn’t really know who he was before and I don’t really care to know about him now.
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