October 15, 2017
This is good.
He’s playing a role he’s obviously not comfortable in, but he’s doing it because no one else will.
Steve Bannon might throw a revolution next year.
I am 100% on-board with all of this.
I’m going to get the lists up, and all of you are going to be voting.
This is phase two of the Trumpist revolution.
Steve Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, on Saturday rallied evangelicals and other base supporters, urging them to defeat the Republican establishment as they recently did in Alabama and boldly predicting a commanding Trump re-election victory.
“They fear you because they understand you’ve had a belly full of it, and you’re taking your country back,” Bannon told social conservatives at the annual Value Voters Summit in Washington, D.C. “They understand you’re the transmission of the best values of the Judeo-Christian West.”
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SAY THAT ANYMORE, STEVE.
Bannon was able to channel his and his followers’ long-held distain for the Washington establishment into enough votes to help Trump in his 2016 White House victory.
I… I think you mean “disdain” there, Fox…
People want to go after my homonym typos. Well, “distain” isn’t even a word.
His return to Breitbart News, after leaving the White House last month, and his all-out effort to help conservative firebrand Judge Roy Moore last month defeat establishment candidate Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama’s recent special GOP Senate election has empowered him to take on others — including Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and retiring Tennessee GOP Sen. Bob Corker.
Bob Corker retiring was victory number two.
“In Alabama, the elites, the permanent political class as personified by Mitch McConnell, raised more than $30 million to go after good and righteous man Roy Moore,” Bannon told the crowd.
“The one thing we proved in Alabama, and you guys proved, is that more than anything else money doesn’t matter anymore,” Bannon continued. “In the days of the digital era … a good man with good ideas and good people behind him can beat any amount of money.”
Bannon has now turned much of his attention on McConnell, the Kentucky Republican who is the standard-bearer for the GOP establishment. Like Trump, Bannon is upset that McConnell has thus far failed to execute the president’s conservative legislative agenda, particularly repealing and replacing ObamaCare.
Bannon might be able to run himself. At some point.
I don’t know.
I don’t think he wants to.
He is /ourgoy/. For sure.
Good speech though to understand what exactly the plan is. At one point he actually talks about AI and transhumanism.