President Donald Trump is still president through January 20th and possibly beyond, regardless of what the corrupt news media and Joe Biden think. We elect presidents to serve full four year terms, not 3 years and 10 months.
Thus, President Trump continues his work for the American people, and today that work included accepting the resignation of disloyal Defense Secretary Mark Esper, a social justice warrior who should have been canned months ago. With Esper not out and replaced by Christopher C. Miller, the Director of the National Counterterrorism Center, speculation now turns to how long the worthless Director of the raging dumpster fire that is the FBI, Christopher Wray, and the obstructionist CIA Director Gina Haspel will remain in their undeserved positions.
Fake Jake Tapper, citing no real source that he is willing to actually identify, speculates that the firing of those two snakes will come soon:
A senior administration official tells CNN that Defense Secretary Mark Esper, whom President Trump just fired via tweet, is worried that the president will next fire FBI director Christopher Wray and CIA director Gina Haspell.
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 9, 2020
If so, wonderful, although Tapper has such a habit of tweeting absolutely baseless falsehoods that no real weight should be given to anything he says.
It is a fact, however, that the President – the real President, not Joe Biden – did telegraph his intention to get rid of Wray and Haspel after the election at several points during the general election campaign.
So, getting rid of Esper should be characterized for what it is: A very good start.
That is all.
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