CNBC Welcomes Washed Up Bigot Steve Bannon To Parrot Jim Cramer’s Trade Message

CNBC Welcomes Washed Up Bigot Steve Bannon To Parrot Jim Cramer’s Trade Message

Anyone unlucky enough to be tuned into CNBC on Thursday morning was treated to a fate worse than death: Joe Kernen and Steve Bannon debating geopolitics and US foreign policy. It's hard to believe Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin (both of whom are sane and at least one of whom is some semblance of respectable) agreed to participate in such a disgraceful display. But not everyone has the intestinal fortitude to tell the people signing the paychecks that you refuse to countenance the disseminat
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5 thoughts on “CNBC Welcomes Washed Up Bigot Steve Bannon To Parrot Jim Cramer’s Trade Message

    1. Free speech doesn’t include hate speech. Just like yelling fire in a crowded theatre is illegal, hate speech isn’t protected. And while Bannon obviously didn’t use his time on CNBC to parrot his racist message, he has, habitually, championed racism, bigotry and a generally poisonous ideology.

      Would you care to defend that? Or otherwise argue the point? (I wouldn’t, if I were you, because one of us over here spent 17 months covering how Bannon’s influence shaped voter preferences in western democracies in 2015/2016, so unless you know what you’re talking about, it might be best to just quit while you’re ahead)

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