Tuesday, October 15, 2019


A few days ago, as part of his newsletter, Matt Taibbi published "We're in a Permanent Coup," a denunciation of oversight and impeachment efforts aimed at Donald Trump. This post has found a wide and enthusiastic readership.

Here, for instance:

Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi reframes the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry — and its latest development in the arrest of two associates of Rudy Giuliani — as a “permanent coup” against President Trump playing out more slowly than coups he has experienced firsthand in other nations.

And here:

This is going to end with Trump having a Yeltsin-on-the-tanks moment, isn’t it?

Here, too:


... these are ever more fevered times and Matt Taibbi has written a sobering piece after three years of what he calls "a permanent coup"....

The Democrats, the media and a big chunk of the media are now proposing to impeach and remove the lawful elected head of state on the word of a lone anonymous witness who happens to be a CIA officer working for a rival presidential candidate.

That's banana-republic-level bananas.

Also here:

This article is worth a read, because he correctly identifies the dangers of a deep state and the power inherent in an unelected bureaucracy that feels a sense of entitlement and superiority over the citizens of the country it is supposed to serve and be subordinate to!

And here as well:

Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

Congratulations, Matt, on all your new readers!

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