The Cowardice of Anonymity
September 14, 2018
We’ve all seen the broadcasts of hooded ANTIFA goons battering flag carrying Americans, destroying public property, and violently assaulting peaceful prayer marches.
It’s clear the only agenda these cowardly thugs really care about involves stopping President Trump from keeping his promise to Make America Great Again.
If they were really interested in improving the lives of the poor, they’d support a growing and prosperous economy. They don’t.
If they really wanted to prevent government oppression, they’d work for a smaller government and less regulation. They’re not.
If they really cared about worldwide social justice, they’d work for more freedom, better care for the vets who fight for it, and the stronger military needed to promote it. They aren’t.
If their hearts were truly on the side of those who want to come here, they’d support reforms that reward those who adopt American values and American culture. They fight for exactly the reverse.
But the masks ANTIFA uses are only one form of cowardice and concealment. Another is anonymity.
That’s what the coward used who wrote a New York Times op-ed patting himself on the back for protecting the Republic against President Trump and his administration. There’s only one explanation that makes sense: the author wants to stop the president from walking back the socialist economy and regulated society Obama moved us toward.
We don’t know who this wimp is. We don’t know which department of the government he/she works for. And we certainly don’t know how much real information this fraud possesses.
Of course, if the writer’s motives were honorable, the last thing he or she would do is take credit anonymously on the editorial page of the New York Times. In fact, it would seem to me that if the writer really believed what he or she had written, they would be proud to be out front. After all, think of all the air time the left would give this jerk.
President Trump has said allowing this person to hide behind the mask of anonymity is a potential threat to national security. I agree and here’s why:
Let’s say the author serves the president on his National Security team. He or she has information that would certainly harm our country and the interests of our people were it made public. The same is true if this person works in the Departments of Defense, State, Energy or any number of others. Do we really need such a self-serving coward like this deciding for the rest of us what information should be released to the rest of the world?
As important as it is to out the ANTIFA goons, so we must also find the author of this hit piece on the president. That’s the only way the president can send a message to those in the government trying to undermine his effort to keep his promise and continue his work to Make America Great Again.
John Philip Sousa IV is an entrepreneur, political activist, author and accomplished business person. John has worked in the financial services industry for over 40 years, built a highly successful marketing company, ran for congress at age 24, and in 2016 created and led the successful movement to draft Dr Ben Carson into his candidacy for President of the United States. John is author of John Philip Sousa, A Patriot’s Life in Words and Pictures and Ben Carson, RX for America.