The category four storm, Hurricane Harvey, reportedly made landfall by Friday night over which President Trump tweeted out various statements on the emergency. Whether it's on Twitter of on television, it is expected from any President. According to an article by Time Magazine titled, "White House Buries Controversial News Under Hurricane Harvey Watch", the storm was also an opportunity for the administration to hide other events that only those with tunnel vision for news would not be able to see.

In many cases, when media outlets publish the intention of the administration to hide something, the view can be subjective.

But now, that view has the support of various lawmakers, one of them being Chuck Schumer who tweeted about the President's weakness for hiding events under the news about Hurricane Harvey.

Trump 'sneaks' transgender ban

As the MSN article pointed out, Schumer also referred to all of the reports that came out on Friday that Trump attempted to "bury" under the stories about Hurricane Harvey.

The article also provides a timeline of events under "the cover" of Harvey, saying that two hours after the President boarded Marine One to go to Camp David, administration officials briefed reporters about the President Trump's decisions to ban transgender people from serving in the military. The decision had already met with controversy when he tweeted about it in July, claiming that he had discussed the decision with "his" generals who denied that was the case.

Get slammed for pardoning Joe Arpaio

Then, three hours after that, the administration announced the President's pardon of Joe Arpaio, a racist sheriff who defied a court order to stop harassing Latinos over the years. He was the former sheriff of Maricopa County for which he lost the election last year. The federal court convicted him with jail time for which he is expected to show up for in October.

He has even continued to defy even the recent court orders for which even Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) called the President out over on Friday night. In his tweet he said: "@POTUS's pardon of Joe Arpaio, who illegally profiled Latinos, undermines his claim for the respect of rule of law."

Hides embarrassing removal of right-wing extremist

Around the same time, it was reported that the extremist Nazi-sympathizer Sebastian Gorka, had been removed from the White House. This follows the removal of another extremist who like Gorka was also with the nationalist online publication, Breitbart. The "deep state" -- as Bannon and his loyal supporters refer to the Washington insiders -- are showing that their agenda to push out that nationalistic brand of right-wing extremism no doubt, is embarrassing to the Trump administration. At the very least, Hurricane Harvey appears to be the appropriate cover to hide that defeat.