I should begin this post with a caution: it’s still not confirmed that the Rogue WH Snr Advisor Twitter account is genuine. Therefore, any content posted by them claiming to be factual should be taken with the biggest bucket of salt you can muster. Seriously, bathe in the stuff. Buy a salt mine.
Having said that, a part of me wants this batshit crazy to be real. Truly, the fact that we can be so unsure of the validity of such outlandish claims is damning enough. There isn’t much we wouldn’t put past the Orange Julius by this point and if these communications from within the White House are real it can only hasten the demise of the lunatic.
To be fair, all of these accounts could be operated by one bored housewife in Sweet Lips, Tennessee.
Yes, it’s a real place, and I want to visit.
As you might know since the “great purge” in US departments began (whereby agencies were being taken over and staff instructed to destroy data, remove content from websites, and various other peculiarly dictator-ish things) twitter accounts have sprung up in apparent defiance.
We’ve seen (allegedly) rogue accounts for all kinds of departments, from the numerous National Parks to the Deprtment of Labor to NASA. But some of the most interesting are by those who claim to be inside the White House.
I keep a slight side-eye on them while maintaining a healthy skepticism. I have yet to see any actual evidence provided by any of them to prove their position within the regime. It’s risky for them to attempt to prove their access, no doubt, but not as hard as some claim.
While it’s true that false information could be fed to various suspected leakers within the regime to identify who has been releasing information, it would also not be very hard at all for the leakers in question to compare their communications to those of their peers and confirm consistency. All these individuals need to do is take a photo of something which is about to be released as news, compare it to the message others have had, ensure there are no identifying marks, then release it. We will then see the news released and have confirmation that they are within the White House.
Well, we might have just been given the first half of that evidence yesterday, but its bizarre nature has left many scratching their heads.
The deranged POTUS has strict food bans
On the 17th of February, the Rogue WH Snr Advisor account published what appears to be a photo of an internal email on a screen, instructing all staff to refrain from bringing certain food items into the White House.
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking that this cannot possibly be real. But, if you’ve seen the utterly insane solo press conference he delivered two days ago, would anything really surprise you now?
Trump could call a press conference today and appear in a chicken costume while throwing elephant poo at the gathered press and we wouldn’t be that surprised.
And of course, the GOP would pretend it never happened.
As said, the fact that we can look at something like this and actually consider that it might not be a joke is damning enough. He’s just not credible, the WH isn’t credible, this entire regime has absolutely zero credibility with anyone who has even minimal intellect.
I did consider that a lot of the food items he has supposedly banned from the White House are orange. The rest are puzzling. Perhaps he’s been raiding the staff lunchboxes and finding things he doesn’t like?
Of course, it could be just as I mentioned, a slightly altered memo sent out to various staffers to reduce the pool of suspected leakers down to a more manageable pool for investigation. Can we give them that much credit? I think so. Bannon isn’t a complete moron, even if he is a screeching Nazi.
Any attempt like this would need to be noteworthy enough to justify leaking, but not so bad that it causes national outrage.
But wait, it gets even more bizarre.
Dictators love statues for revolutionaries to tear down
Within hours a second memo was allegedly sent out to senior White House staff.
We all know that any good revolution needs statues for the enraged masses to tear down and beat up, in the absence of the leader himself. While Trump, Bannon, Spicer, Miller and Conjob are running for a plane to Moscow, the people will be gathering around the Mar-a-Lago estate and the White House, they’ll need a few targets for their rage and a grotesque statue of the “Dear Leader” would make for a great photogenic focal point.
Credibility is being stretched tighter than Trump’s diaper elastic, we have to admit this. But, if we do see the first signs of “oversized” statues being commissioned by Trump we will know for sure that this leakage is genuine.
I especially love Kellyanne Conjob’s input. She loves “Roden” (presumably referring to Auguste Rodin). Sadly, he was killed in the Bowling Green Massacre, so unless the evil regime has finally worked out how to raise the dead, it’s unlikely he will have any involvement in the process.
Interesting, too, that Stephen “Goebbels” Miller knows of a sculptor he could hit up for the gig. I’m sure, just like the many wholly unqualified people taking jobs for this administration, it won’t be too hard for the despot to locate a barely talented sculptor willing to sell their soul.
In fact, maybe they could aim for a decent effort and commission the anarchist collective Indecline? They produce remarkably lifelike works of the POTUS already.
But wait, it can’t possibly get worse than the memos we’ve already seen, can it?
Trump’s equivalent of the Nazi salute
Oh, come on now! You have got to be kidding me. This cannot possibly be real.
Again, you’re questioning whether it is, right? That’s enough to be worried. The mere fact that so many people would not at all be surprised by this is so beyond batshit scary I’m almost out of ways to frame this same statement.
“Heil Hitler”. That’s really what we’re talking about here, right?
It’s not lost on many that this memo is riddled with inaccuracies. He didn’t actually win the “greatest victory” in the United States, not by a long shot. He certainly didn’t win the greatest political victory in the world.
He also didn’t win 306 Electoral College votes, he won 304. He also lost the popular vote by almost 3 million, in a country where opposition was deliberately divided by propaganda and outside sources, and where support was provided to him by a foreign government and their corrupt partners in the US.
It’s interesting that loyalty is again raised in this memo, something Kellyanne Conjob repeatedly referred to in her interview regarding the tenuous relationship between traitor Mike Flynn and Trump, repeatedly referring to the POTUS as being “incredibly loyal”. Is this added to a fake memo to lend it some credibility, or is this an indication that it’s actually true?
Again, at risk of repeating myself, the fact that we are all looking at these wildly outlandish internal communications and wondering whether they are true is terrifying enough. It almost doesn’t matter if they are real. Millions of people are looking at this man and wondering when he’s going to hit the Nuclear button, or if there’s anyone there to stop him when he reaches for it, or if the GOP will ever act to safeguard the country from someone who is very clearly deranged by one or another psychological problem.
Even if these communications are entirely false and intended to mock, the notion that they can be believed by so many as potentially genuine is indication enough that the US government is out of control and unable to be trusted by the American people.