What’s Up With Brad Parscale Today, part infinity

You guys, this story is not ending, as the Daily Beast tells us:

The Trump Campaign Is Quietly Disappearing Brad Parscale From Their Website

President Donald Trump’s campaign still won’t clarify the status of its erstwhile campaign manager Brad Parscale, who was taken into custody by police outside of his Florida home over the weekend. But the campaign is quietly purging its website of Parscale’s visage.

Since Tuesday, the campaign has removed a video of Parscale from the homepage of its “Army for Trump” election monitoring operation. It also deleted a page on the main campaign website featuring a video of Parscale and Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and senior campaign adviser. The video of their discussion, billed as a Q&A on the state of the campaign, has also been removed from YouTube. Those deletions were first flagged on Twitter by the writer Jeryl Bier.


But Parscale’s central role on the 2020 campaign in particular has also drawn criticism and scrutiny, particularly over tens of millions of dollars in funds spent through entities owned, run, or otherwise tied to Parscale. In June, the Trump campaign reportedly initiated an internal audit to determine whether he had mispent significant amounts of campaign money.

That scrutiny has also targeted Parscale’s personal life and his increasingly lavish spending on homes, boats, and sports cars. Parscale and the campaign have consistently denied that he misspent campaign money or used it for personal gain.

In the wake of his detention over the weekend, the Daily Mail reported that Parscale was “under investigation” for pocketing as much as $50 million from the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee. But the story did not specify who exactly was doing the investigating, and the campaign and the RNC both denied the report.

Disappearing is such an ugly, but appropriate description, like something you might read happening in Moscow, like near a window, or after having a nice cup of tea.

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14 Responses to What’s Up With Brad Parscale Today, part infinity

  1. Martin Pollard says:

    He’s become an Unperson, with all mentions of him flushed down the Memory Hole. How appropriate for a movement that considers Nineteen Eighty-Four to be an instruction manual.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    Official WH proclamation:
    “We are pleased to announce that we have hired aprofessional, full-time coffee-delivery service, for the duration of the campaign, since every attempt at keeping the cups full has not been satisfactory, due to the amateur status of all previous delivery boys, who could not stand up to the rigors & demands such service requires. We do not desire our cups to runneth over, but we DO need those whose duty it is to maintain them at satisfactory levels, to remain at their posts for longer than 2 or 3 Scaramuccis.”

    And who won’t cause the silver service to disappear, they forgot to add, when they slink away in the middle of the night, never to be seen again.

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    • tengrain says:

      Glad to see you are here DC, got to worrying that you might be evacuating.



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      • Dennis Cole says:

        TG – it wasn’t the fire itself, it was blocks away, but the capricious whirlwinds that the fire drove ahead of itself. My neighbor came pounding on my door at 11 PM, sayin, “You gotta get up, and either get out, evacuate, or help us hose things down – it’s rainin hot ash out here, and the roofs are gonna catch fire!” So I hurriedly got dressed, and ran out back, turned the hose on full-blast, and just started sprayin the roof over my section, from the ground. I had to run back inside momentarily, to drape a wet towel over my head & shoulders, but all around me were my neighbors, just hosin away. It never got to be a blizzard of embers, or we probly would have left, but in the few minutes that it happened, we felt we had it under control.

        Only one neighbor called he Fire Dep’t. because nothing was actually on fire, everyone had defensive spaces with very few dry weeds, and mostly green, watered vegetation, so that was not a worry. And when they finally DID show up, it was that old joke about “Where’s the fire?” We pointed out a house several blocks down that was just starting, but they got there in time to quickly put it out.

        It just blew in and blew out, and when it ended, we all looked at each other in amazement, proud, and rightfully so – we had defended our castles against a rampaging enemy. And then we were breakin out the beers, and the shots, and I had some, and then I went to bed.

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  3. donnah says:

    Brad got his thoughts and prayers, after all. He’s done.

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  4. Redhand says:

    It would be nice if they all became Unpersons, except for the criminal indictments.

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  5. roket says:

    I confess I would probably be suicidal too if I were as stupid as this guy.

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  6. Mary Ellen Sandahl says:

    Sounds like Parscale might possibly be bipolar with a long cycle. That plus Trumpism… enough to push anyone over the edge.

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  7. I don’t think the lower-case clown was suicidal at all, just a big squeamy crybaby drama queen over on account of all those “consulting fees” coming crashing down around him. He was probably supposed to silence himself/be the(a) fall guy but didn’t have the guts. Now his family loses out on being taken care of, he gets the public/humiliating toss and, hopefully (their hope, not mine), NOW it’ll “put him over the edge”. The Epstein Express.

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