“… when Kelly is not around.”
“The other faction wasn’t racist, but they were Wall Streeters.”
In a piece that carries the InfoWars-ish title “Paul Ryan Throws In With The Leftists To Attack President Trump’s Pardon”, Steve Bannon’s propaganda machine writes the following…
“The White House and the country are better off with Mr. Bannon back at that website.”
Well, it took Steve Bannon, what? About four days to prove that he will not in fact be “going to war for Donald Trump” (as he told Bloomberg) but rather against the President, with the latter stance being entirely consistent with what his acolytes at Breitbart proclaimed on Twitter following Steve’s exit from the administration late…
“And what exactly is he going to attack in the White House? The thin veneer of sanity that Chief of Staff John F. Kelly attempted to create by doing the managing equivalent of stapling Trump under the wallpaper and pretending not to see the lump?”
Bannon can talk about “going to war” for Trump against Congress and the “globalist” elements in the White House all he wants, but the bottom line is that Steve already went to war – and he lost.
Today was Bannon’s last day in the Trump administration and on Friday evening we learn that it was also his first day back at the old barnyard.
“We are grateful for his service and wish him the best.”
Let’s all pray Steve keeps his shirt on…
And oh the irony. Steve will now be the sacrificial lamb that allows Trump to avoid criticizing the very people Bannon represents.
“There were just 26 brands appearing on Breitbart in May, down from a high of 242 in March.”
“But let’s be clear: he was talking about you, Doug.”
The worst story ever told.
“Build the border wall and eventually make Mexico”….