President Donald Trump recently raised eyebrows as he appeared to insult Attorney General Jeff Sessions publicly when he told reporters he may not have hired Sessions for the position if he had known Sessions would go on to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
“Right after he gets the job, he recuses himself,” the president said, “if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job, and I would have picked someone else.”
However, as is often the case with President Trump, everything may not be as cut and dry as it appears on the surface.
Posts anonymous user of the image board 4chan claiming to be a White House insider are leading some to speculate that this is a classic example of President Trump’s grandiose strategy being misunderstood by those not in the know, often called “3D chess.”
The White House Anon made this post back in June:
White House Anon also returned last week to confirm that all is going according to plan:
After reviewing these posts and examining current events, one particularly enterprising anon who was later joined by other shiposters started connecting the dots between current events and these vague but inspiring and rather curious shitposts.
As we posted earlier today on the God Emperor Trump Facebook page:
If this anon’s theory holds true, we could end up seeing the first of the many denizens of the Washington, D.C. swamp be forcibly evicted from their den of corruption.
While it is difficult to say if these anons are correct in their interpretation, or if they are connecting dots where they have no business being connected, one thing is certain: The God Emperor’s strategy is almost never readily apparent, and whenever someone tries to tear him down he simply comes back stronger.
Remember when he insulted Carly Fiorina’s ugly horse face, and then rose in the polls among female voters?
Teflon Don, baby.
After 25 months of following President Trump religiously, this author is more than happy to sit back and watch the master plan unfold before me, memeing and writing these articles all the while.