The Cowardly 'Whistleblower' and 'Anonymous' Must Go Public

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

A descriptive word for them is coward. (Tattletale might also be good, but that connotes they may be saying something that's true.) I won't believe a word they say or write—and neither should anyone else after the experience we've had with Russia, Russia Russia—unless they stand up publicly and be counted, and be subject to rigorous open cross-examination. Meanwhile, we should be examining the whistleblower law because it is such a convenient cover for extreme partisans to hide under while they mislead everyone for their own purposes. Don't buy "anonymous's'' book. You'll undoubtedly hear all the juicy parts anyway.... ad tedium and ad nauseam.

'Anonymous' and the Whistleblower: DC's Epidemic of Cowardice

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

We are living in an epidemic of cowardice, surrounded by anonymous leakers at nearly every turn. Whole careers are made and lost on this cowardly behavior. Journalism depends on it. Washington runs on it, cowardly snivelers whispering to each other on cellphones. When nearly everyone is a coward, cowardice isn't noticed. It's part of the zeitgeist. It's everywhere. The whistleblower law is supposed to protect people and in certain instances, no doubt it does. But these days it is being used as a cover. It's part and parcel of the "impeachment inquiry" that is being conducted--in true cowardly fashion--as a Star Chamber behind closed doors.

New York Times' 'Inside' Attack on Trump Unbelievably Cowardly

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

What the Times is publishing here for its own very temporary convenience is inside propaganda from the hoary ultra-establishment wing of the Republican Party.  It is the Deep State in action, though the author claims to represent the "steady state." The man or woman who wrote this article is in actuality an abject coward, the kind of tattletale who is afraid to identify himself or herself for fear of losing a government job.  How pathetic is that?  Why would anyone trust such a person?

The New York Times Belatedly Discovers The Deep State

We hope the publication of the anonymous op-ed in The New York Times galvanizes the President to cull out those establishment Republican hacks, Democrats and Deep State operatives who have been slow walking his policies, but until he puts someone who shares his agenda in charge of White House Personnel that is unlikely to happen.