OK, I spent all day yesterday working on the redirect issue. From what I can tell, it’s taken care of. I also didn’t see much feedback on it, so I guess it wasn’t effecting that many people in the first place. Anyway, it looks to be fixed. One thing that hasn’t been fixed, is Sean Spicer’s incompetence. Early on in the Donald Trump administration, I actually liked the guy and thought he was doing a fairly good job. However, that was very early on. Since then, his incompetence has become the stuff of legend. I’m fully aware that no matter who holds the press secretary reigns, they’re going to be made fun of on Saturday Night Live and everywhere else you look across the left-leaning media landscape. The difference here is, Spicer actually is terrible and worthy of mockery.
Not only that, he’s an establishment guy who was brought on at the behest of Reince Priebus. Trump reportedly wanted several other people over Spicer, but was cajoled into picking him. He’s been paying for it ever since. Also, there are serious questions about where Spicer’s loyalties lie…with the president, or with the GOP establishment. Given his past history and how he actually got the job, I really have to wonder about that myself.
The intimation from this tweet is that Spicer has been leaking shit to the press. I know one thing, the leaks are off the charts with this team and someone is to blame. To be fair to Spicer, if he is leaking against the president, he’s probably not the only one. Still, if he was competent in his role, it would be a different story. The problem is, he isn’t. Infowars is reporting he may be on the way out, which if you can’t already tell, I am very much in favor of.
White House sources tell Infowars that Sean Spicer could be fired within the next week as President Trump begins a purge of establishment advisers who he feels have failed to properly investigate leaks coming from within the administration.
Speculation is already swirling as to whether or not Spicer will return after he was “benched” and temporarily replaced with Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Spicer has behaved like a “deer in the headlights” in recent weeks and is not able to handle the pressure of the job, according to one source.
They add that Spicer will be gone by next week and that former prosecutor and current Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, who was previously considered for the role, is currently the favorite to replace him.
They aren’t the only ones buzzing with this rumor, by the way. Axios is saying the same thing…