The onslaught of tell-all books on the Trump administration has begun, and they are guaranteed to drive the propagandistic news cycle for the foreseeable future as the establishment is now engaged in a ferocious effort to beat back another White House run by the ex-POTUS in 2024.
One book in particular is a real doozy, chock full of Democrat lunacy and conspiracy theories that portray Trump as a dangerous megalomaniac.
According to ‘I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year’ which was penned by Washington Post smear merchants Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, Speaker Nancy Pelosi went to Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley who she colluded with to strip Trump of the ability to defend the country by removing his ability to respond to a nuclear attack.
According to the book, Pelosi said to Milley that “This guy’s crazy, “he’s dangerous. He’s a maniac” to which the “woke” general reportedly replied; “Ma’am, I guarantee you that we have checks and balances in the system”
The story isn’t new, it received headlines back in January immediately after the so-called “insurrection” when reports that Pelosi had gone to Milley to undermine the sitting commander in chief were made public.
The book also underscores the treachery of Gen. Milley, a man who was harshly criticized for his recent congressional testimony during which he parroted “woke” talking points about “white rage” while defending the poisonous doctrine of Critical Race Theory.
Milley compared Trump to (yawn) Adolf Hitler and promoted the wild conspiracy theory that the outgoing president would use a military coup to retain power.
Joint Chiefs chairman feared potential ‘Reichstag moment’ aimed at keeping Trump in power https://t.co/7wxTRgZn2B
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 15, 2021
According to the authors, the obsequious Milley saw Trump as a “classic authoritarian leader with nothing to lose,” reportedly telling his deputies that “This is a Reichstag moment,” and that “They may try, but they’re not going to f**king succeed,” he said, “You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with the guns.”
Milley also reportedly told a group of political leaders; “Here’s the deal, guys: These guys are Nazis, they’re boogaloo boys, they’re Proud Boys. These are the same people we fought in World War II. We’re going to put a ring of steel around this city and the Nazis aren’t getting in.”
There is more than a small amount of irony in the idea that Milley would invoke the infamous Reichstag Fire of 1933 when it was the “insurrection” at the Capitol that had far more in common with the Nazis’ power grab.
It didn’t take long after the WAPO published excerpts from the book before Trump launched a bunker buster of a response to Pelosi in one of the statements that he regularly issues now that he has been censored by the “public-private partnership” of the Biden regime and leftist Silicon Valley big-tech oligarchs.
Just in: Trump weighs in on our new reporting in I ALONE CAN FIX IT about Pelosi’s private conversation with Milley about fears Trump would launch nuclear weapons in his harrowing final days in office. pic.twitter.com/ed2MOg6KC9
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) July 15, 2021
According to Trump; “Nancy Pelosi is a known nut job. Her enraged quotes that she was afraid that I would use nuclear weapons is just more of the same,” he wrote, “In fact, I was the one that got us out of our wars, not into wars. And I was the one who got respect for our Congry again, not like now when the leaders of the entire World are laughing at us. They didn’t laugh when I was there!”
He did not comment on Gen. Milley or his own contribution to the WAPO duo’s book which hits bookstands next week.