Just the other day, I spoke with some people about a possible timeline for the American Nationalist Movement – pretty little patriotic outfits included.
We basically agreed that they might (with enough shilling and Ricky Vaughn Gab posting) be able to survive until after the midterms, and possibly even until the 2020 Election.
Based on this latest news, however, I think we might need to walk back our predictions.
National security adviser H.R. McMaster has resigned and will be replaced by former US ambassador and Fox News analyst John Bolton, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet on Thursday.
“I pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18, @AmbJohnBolton will be my new National Security Advisor. I am very thankful for the service of General H.R. McMaster who has done an outstanding job & will always remain my friend. There will be an official contact handover on 4/19.”
No Fake News here, Brothers.
The God Emperor just appointed the most vicious warmongering Goy in existence to a position that was supposed to have been held by General Michael Flynn.
Are we ready to take bets on which country will feel the Wrath of the Burger first?
Bolton’s hard edged, hawkish views on issues like North Korea, Iraq and Syria make him a controversial pick to become the next national security adviser — particularly considering that talks with North Korea may soon be possible.
Megan Stifel, a former NSC staffer during the Obama administration responded to the news by simply tweeting: “Now I’m concerned.”
Early in the Trump administration Bolton — a stalwart of several Republican administrations — was considered as a possible secretary of state and since then has made visits to the West Wing every few months to discuss foreign policy and national security.
I think we made a serious mistake in overlooking little tidbits like this.
We were trying to remain positive, but the warnings were flashing right in front of our faces as early as the end of 2016.
A source familiar with those meetings said the two have spent more time recently getting to know each other, discussing Bolton’s views and getting a better sense of each other.
Initially there was a concern that if tapped Bolton would “absolutely go along with Trump,” a source close to Bolton told CNN, adding that during their last meeting he went over and above to make clear he will do exactly what Trump wants.
Bolton said on Fox News that he has been a prolific speaker and writer for years in Washington, but said that his past comments are now “behind me” and what matters is “what the President says.”
After the two met in the Oval Office last week, a source close to the President said: “Trump has always wanted Bolton.”
And I want to see the American Nationalists walk the walk.
Ricky Vaughn, Andrew Anglin, and their followers wanted to play the 4-D Chess game despite all the evidence pointing towards an ultimate Trump betrayal.
Well, now they have a chance to become the greatest apologists of the modern era – let’s see what they can do.