I feel compelled to say this, because I don't want to make any accusations here.
Let's just walk through the article together, and you tell me what you think.
I'm taking the perspective of a teacher here, checking a document for plagiarism.
If my hypothesis is inaccurate, then this thread makes no difference whatsoever.
"If you think the president is a danger to the republic, Mr. Hasan asked, 'then how can you advocate for anything other than his swift removal from officenytimes.com/2018/09/06/us/…8HzV0
So I tried something else. Like I said, something was bothering me.
It sounds edited by committee, like they threw all the keywords in.
They live for the stirring speech; they believe in the perfect lie.
Of course, this is brainwashing, or nowadays maybe "brandwashing."
In fact, everything they say is completely made up. They have no original thoughts.
They just want power.
He does a pretty good job for someone so crazy.
Resistance to what?
"Hatred," they say. "Lots and lots of hatred."
Or maybe bad decisions...that magically end up good.
Focus on these words: "Part of the Resistance."
Where have we heard that before?
After the election, distinctly:
"I'm Part of the Resistance Nauburnseminary.org/im-part-resist…7vDGtmBDWf
Nov 11, 2016
"'I’m a part of the resistance now.'This was my thought when I woke up this morning & understood the world had changed. I rolled the phrase around in my mind, let it sit in my soul, let it break & break again my heart."
"Democrats must decide: are they part of the resistance or ntheguardian.com/commentisfree/…CmeyhneEmr
"Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she's not standing down after her loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential electiohuffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-…JNwIwaJvXG
What does she say?
May 7, 2017:“I was on the way to winning until the combination of Jim Comey’s letter on Oct 28 & Russian Wikileaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off.”
“I’m back to being an activist citizen and part of the res02S4qsaAST
Washington Examiner, Octoberwashingtonexaminer.com/eric-holder-i-…AgxHJMNKYz
It's like they pick a phrase and run with it.
Normal people don't talk like that, or write like that.
Journalists write like that.
(Note the date search is limited to prior to 8/31/2018 to avoid mixing up the result.)
“I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed..."
Again, normal people just don't write that way.
"A Conversation between Like-Minded Colleagues and Friends: Alan Vaughan and Andrew Samuels"
Alan G. Vaughan
Pages 118-137 | Published online: 31 May 20tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.108…eSCHfQf3Ps
But it is hard to imagine that a Trump appointee would be such a "sleeper cell" and go undetected.
The New Yorker, 8/28/2017
"He is willing to imperil the civil peace and the social fabric of his country simply to satisfy his narcissism and to excite the worst inclinations of his core followernewyorker.com/magazine/2017/…O42Puf9cWC
So I believe that the phrase "worst inclinations" is applied by her to him, and toen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basket_of…ps://t.co/sghvFPsHLC
"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."
HOLDING MY NOSE!
Or do those people not "really" exist for the Times, because they don't fit the narrative?
"We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting process here."
Nobody in the public believes this line anymore. We're winning.
Really? I thought they'd been working for...how long now, is it a year? And they still can't find any wrongdoing by the President.
It is fair to say that a lot of people are put off by the President's rough manner.
You mean, whoever wrote this is hellbent on his downfall.
It looks to me like the Republicans are doing pretty well.
You mean because he's so stupid that he fixed our failing economy?
So now it's a conspiracy.
Do you know why I find that hard to believe?
After a year and a half of frustration, civil servants are simply quitting the government. Whoever's left simply wants to get the job done.
Well I don't work in the White House, but from what I can tell, it is a hothouse of pressure and the President is AWARE. You'd have to be MIGHTY coordinated & sly to conspire like that, and still feign obedience.
The most important line in the op-ed.
It has a victorious feel to it.
It sounds like Hillary speaking, or maybe John Podesta.
Okay. First of all, "Left" is capitalized in this context.
Secondly, the Left isn't doing all that well, because look at CNN's tanking ratings for example, and their ideas ("abolish ICE") are horrible.
The level of passive-aggressiveness here is just beyond.
And it doesn't square with the fact that Trump appointees have to be scared to go out to eat in this city.
Total fealty is the only motivation that makes sense.
"safer and more prosperous" is the biggest political cliche there isps://t.co/jB0fiKNUrb
This is TO THE WORD what my fellow civil servants said when the President was elected.
TO THE WORD.
They're all Dems.
First of all, the President is known to have an incredibly compassionate heart. I have heard personal stories about his generosity to families, and taking a personal interest. He wants no publicity 4 this.
He moved the embassy to Jerusalem even when the Jews were not very grateful.
He follows a total moral compass.
The closer you are the more you see it.
Give me a break.
If you win against them, you're "amoral" in their book.
This is a party that has been hijacked by terrorists, and that is why they're allied with Marxist Socialist corrupt types.
Well if you feel that way, then why would you possibly want him to succeed?
Sort of like how the FBI took that "pee-pee dossier"?
(Boy is it a struggle to spout nonkosher ideology when you're so politically "reeducated"!)
I'm not even going to bother.
This is not how Republicans write.
This is completely turgid and slow.
There is nothing whatsoever scripted about this President.
Just the opposite: "unpredictable" is his calling card.
"Mass-marketing" - this is how academics write.
"Notion" - a snotty word
"Enemy of the people" feels like an agenda here.
Whoever wrote this, is pissed the hell off.
Again, a focus on "coverage"
This could be a journalist trying to say "I'm sorry we treated you so bad."
Here, they messed up with "impetuous" - a word they love to use on him.
Looking at #QAnon & "naccurate. https://t.co/yu2HSrM6rQ
"Will privately admit" -- a journalist talking.
This is part of the plot to remove the President from office.
Just like with the "pee-pee dossier," they "leak" a fake opinion piece to the public, which is retroactively used to justify legal action against him.
...as opposed to Hillary Clinton, who famously has one policy she displays, and another for behind closed doors.
President Trump's crime?
He ousted the royal dynasty.
"We have sunk low with him..."
"...and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility."
The one who tells it like it is, and helps the people?
Or the one who stabs the President and the people in the back, all the while saying nice things?
Think about it.
GOD BLESS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND HIS WONDERFUL FAMILY
GOD BLESS THE PATRIOTS WHO KEEP US SAFE EVERY DAY
AND GOD BLESS YOU.