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‘Mid-level douche bag’: Miles Taylor blasted after ‘anonymous’ reveal
By News Editors // Oct 31, 2020

Former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff Miles Taylora recent CNN hire, has been branded a "two-faced liar" after coming out as Anonymous - the supposedly "senior official in the Trump administration" behind a damning New York Times opinion piece and best selling book.


(Article by Tyler Durden republished from ZeroHedge.com)

His 2018 article - promoted as if written by Mike Pence himself - claimed there was a resistance movement within the Trump administration which was actively working to undermine the president.

After Taylor outed himself Wednesday afternoon before an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, critics on both sides slammed the former low-level staffer (who wasn't yet DHS Chief of Staff when he wrote the anti-Trump screeds) - with liberals salty that a grifter got rich by masquerading as a high-level official, and conservatives both laughing and excoriating the MSM for participating in yet another failed scheme against the president.

"This is everything people hate about Washington — two-faced liars who push their own agendas at the expense of the People," wrote White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany over Twitter. "This is the epitome of the swamp!"


"How many other "senior officials" who we’ve been reading about for years are just mid-level douche bags who think they're Spartacus?" tweeted Breitbart EIC Alex Marlow.


"Anonymous was another media hoax!" tweeted former acting Director of National Intelligence, Richard Grenell.


Former Hillary Clinton staffer Yashar Ali suggested that the left was "pissed because he remained anonymous for so long" and that "The book and cable news deal also pisses people off."


Also hilarious is the full-throated defense of Anonymous's surely impeccable credentials by CNN's Chris Cillizza when the Op-Ed came out.

"In short: If some midlevel bureaucrat in the Trump administration came to the Times -- or has an intermediary reach out to the Times -- asking to write a piece like that one without their name attached to it, the answer would be an immediate "no." Contrary to what Trump says on his Twitter feed, media organizations are very wary of giving anyone and everyone anonymity to make attacks." -Chris Cillizza


CNN, meanwhile, is keeping Taylor on staff despite the fact that he repeatedly lied on air about being Anonymous.

Read more at: ZeroHedge.com

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