President Donald Trump has had intense trouble finding loyalty from his allies.
They have turned on him under pressure time and time again.
And a former Trump official just accused Trump of a sick crime you won’t believe.
When somebody becomes an ally to President Donald Trump, they open themselves up to intense attacks from the Fake News Media.
Outlets like CNN will lie about them, and dig into their past to find any piece of dirt they can.
And following the election results, things are becoming even worse, with mainstream outlets pledging to try to stop Trump allies from ever being able to be employed again.
One of his earliest officials to turn on him was Anthony Scaramucci, who served as Press Secretary for eleven days.
After leaving the White House, Scaramucci became one of the most vocal anti-Trump voices, getting invites to attack Trump on CNN on a near daily basis.
And following violence at the Capitol, Scaramucci has taken his anti-Trump rhetoric to a new extreme.
Speaking to Anderson Cooper of CNN, he called Trump the “domestic terrorist of the 21st century,” likening him to Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.
Scaramucci said, “I think lawyers, legitimate lawyers are telling him that he’s in a lot of trouble. He incited a riot. He incited an insurrection. He’s arguably, at least in the 21st century, you could say Timothy McVeigh for the 20th century, but he is the domestic terrorist of the 21st century in terms of the history of the 21st century.”
Cooper further questioned him, asking “You think he’ll be viewed as a domestic terrorist?”
Scaramucci responded by stating that 50 years from now, presidential historians will be openly referring to him as a domestic terrorist.
“So you’ve got to step back, Anderson, and look at it objectively and look at it from 2071, not 2021. Yes, I do think he will be known throughout history as somebody that incited domestic terrorism,” Scaramucci concluded.
If anything, it was the Fake News Media who incited the violence at the Capitol.
They have spent four years riling up President Trump’s supporters, constantly lying about them.
And when there were real concerns about election integrity, they painted anybody who disagreed with the results as treasonous conspiracy theorists.
It shouldn’t be that shocking that with all of that stacked up, a small number of people would commit violence.
But there is no evidence that President Trump had anything to do with it.