Swamp Creature Unmasked: Anonymous Author who Attacked Trump in Op-ed FOUND! His Identity is SHOCKING!

Saturday, November 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

Dean Garrison
November 30, 2019

If a guy answers a direct yes or no question with ‘I have no comment at this time’ then you can be fairly sure of the answer.

People who are not the author of a book attacking Donald Trump, for instance, would simply say “no”, would they not?

It looks like yet another swamp creature has been exposed.

Here’s Gary:

Well, well, well… Another swamp creature has identified himself and his name is Guy Snodgrass.

Here’s more from The Daiy Wire:

A new article from The New Republic suggests that former Pentagon aide Guy Snodgrass, who wrote speeches for Defense Secretary James Mattis, may have been the anonymous author of the infamous New York Times op-ed attacking President Donald Trump and the author of the new book “A Warning.”

David Kusnet, a former speech writer for former President Bill Clinton, wrote at The New Republic:

Reading Snodgrass’s Pentagon memoir, Holding the Line, makes the clues to Anonymous’s identity apparent. As in A Warning, the sentences and paragraphs are pithy and punchy. Every chapter in both books begins with an inspiring but not cliché quotation from a historic figure. Many passages in the books are remarkably similar: the ordeal of conducting a Pentagon briefing for Trump; national security staffers exchanging appalled asides about Trump’s conduct of foreign policy via Twitter; and the arguments for why American alliances strengthen national security and why immigration policy shouldn’t be based on building a border wall. In particular, both books stress that, when briefed about international alliances, Trump derails discussions by griping about how allies are stiffing the U.S., from allegedly miserly NATO contributions to ostensibly one-sided trade policies.

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