(FiveNation.com)- Miles Taylor, the “anonymous” former Trump administration official, best known for his scathing New York Times op-ed denouncing the former president, has announced his departure from the GOP.
Big, big news: Miles Taylor — the “anonymous” former Trump administration official best known for his scorched earth New York Times op-ed denouncing the former president — is leaving the Republican party.
He announced it in a tweet on May 17th-
I no longer believe the Republican Party can be saved. The vitriolic rhetoric is inspiring violent radicals.
I’m quitting the GOP. And I hope more do the same.
We’ll take a brief pause to allow you to gather your wits after this shocking development.
That’s right, Taylor—who went scorched earth about the Republican Party’s credibility four years ago in an infamous Times column and who has since practically taken up residence in the green rooms of CNN and MSNBC (he can always be counted on and carted out when the left needs to give their lemming audience 2 minutes of hate)—just can’t find it in himself to support the party he abandoned four years ago.
On Tuesday, Taylor told fellow “Republican” Nicolle Wallace (another blue-piller), “I’ve had enough!”
He said Republicans have always been a part of his identity, and he’s struggled with that because he’s identifying with a party that normalizes paranoid conspiracy theories and acts of violence.
Taylor has decided to leave the Republican Party nearly a year after stating that he believed the GOP to be the “number one national security threat” he had ever seen.
On the heels of a Steve Schmidt-style exit announcement that included an MSNBC column in which he blamed the mass shooting in Buffalo for breaking his career’s camel’s back, he announced his departure on Twitter, TV, and in any other venue that would afford him facetime. Nothing like going out in style.
He claimed that he “tried to prevent Trump from rising in 2016,” but it was no avail. So after that Herculian effort, he began working for him in 2017.
However, he’s had enough at this point — this time, it’s for real, people.
According to this man of principle, it is a conservative duty to convince fellow conservatives to leave the Republican Party.
For Taylor, the final chapter, finally, has arrived. Other people must do likewise.
Miles Taylor left the Republican Party 4 years after he had already left it, so follow in his footsteps and do the same if you can see his footsteps. By now, they are old and faded.
Taylor is scheduled to be on the Tee Vee tomorrow night when he will, again, announce that he is leaving the Republican party.