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Meet Miles Taylor, the author of the anonymous Trump-rant at the New York Times – as opposed to all of the regular Trump rants at the New York Times.

The anonymous senior Trump administration official who wrote a 2018 New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book critical of President Donald Trump is Miles Taylor, he revealed in a statement to CNN on Wednesday.

Taylor, who was chief of staff to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, wrote a lengthy statement explaining why he penned the 2018 op-ed declaring he was part of the “resistance” inside the Trump administration working to thwart Trump’s worst inclinations. Taylor said that he wanted to force Trump to respond to the charges he was leveling without the ability to attack the messenger specifically. Trump called the op-ed treasonous.

In a Times follow-up, at least Miles recognizes the second coming term. Miles is a “lifelong Republican,” who is also a security chief at Google (not known for hiring Republicans) and a member of the CFR (known for things…).

It almost makes my 2018 TPC parody op-ed (that’s still totally real!) make sense:

Our meetings… At important party meeting and pizza parties, these John Wayne-style, smaller (meaning not total) government cretins don’t miss a beat. They erratically dismiss spirit cooking. They illogically and without reason insist on logic and reason. !SCIENCE! But not narrative science. It’s like these saps really believe in math or something. A few of them don’t always remember to dismiss Alex Jones as a discredited, flimsy, all nuts conspiracy theorist. I even heard one of them say the NFL players should stand up, shut up, and just play. I know we usually reserve this line for MAGA Man, but …. literally worse than Hitler.

Okay, okay, okay … it’s a hot potato but our Illuminati overlords need to know that there are still a few of zus true deceivers in the pile. We recognize the whiff and odor of righteous freedom – and ze hate it. Ze’re doing what ze zan.

Google + CFR = Illuminati overlords.

And, now we know. [yawns]