White House advisor Anita Dunn, a Mao Zedong-loving Marxist who led strategy for Hollywood rapist Harvey Weinstein, is at the top of the Biden administration’s list to take over as chief of staff following the midterm elections.
The Biden White House is “adrift” as “crises have piled up in ways that have at times made the Biden White House look flat-footed: record inflation, high gas prices, a rise in Covid case numbers — and now a Texas school massacre” and may “shake up the West Wing staff” to salvage decrepit Joe’s sinking approval ratings, NBC News reports.
As the illegitimate crisis-ridden administration attempt to rescue Biden’s reelection prospects, White House Chief of staff Ron Klain is planning an exit strategy.
“Multiple people close to the White House said they’ve heard that chief of staff Ron Klain will depart at some point after the midterms, and one has heard him discuss leaving,” the publication notes. “Should Klain go, a potential successor is Anita Dunn, a White House adviser and Biden confidant whom he often turns to when his fortunes look bleak.
Dunn, a former White House communications director under the Obama administration, played a top role in Biden’s presidential campaign and co-chaired the transition team. After serving several months as White House Communications Director in the early days of the administration, she returned to the White House in May as senior adviser and assistant to the president.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) May 5, 2022
In 2017, Weinstein contacted Dunn for “damage control ahead of a report published by the New York Times exposing his history of sexual misconduct. After providing free advice to the serial rapist who previously donated $600,000 to the Democratic candidates, Dunn’s firm issued a statement assuring Weinstein had “never been [a client[ of Anita’s.”
Dunn stepped down as Obama’s communication director in 2009 shortly after footage of her praising Mao Zedong, the founder of Chinese communism whose brutal regime was responsible for the deaths of at least 70 million people, as one of her “favorite political philosophers.”