There are few people in America as controversial and hated as Steve Bannon. The former chief strategist for President Trump has been accused of a litany of thought crimes over the past year and been labeled a white supremacist by the Left. Of course, these hysteric accusations have no basis in reality, as they’re just pathetic attempts by leftists to discredit and tarnish the man.
Having recently left the White House to resume his post at Breitbart, Bannon is as motivated as ever to fight the liberal menace tooth and nail, which is precisely why they were so fervently trying to destroy him in the first place–because the Left fears him.
As reported at the Daily Caller, on Monday, during an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Bannon set the record straight about his feelings for the RINOs in Congress and what he really believes is damaging the country.
He started by railing against the elites in America for allowing what he called “economic hate crimes” against working class folks and those that reside in the heartland.
Bannon said, “The elites, represented by Mitch McConnell, right, they think I’m a bad guy. They think I’m a dangerous guy.
I wear their contempt is a badge of honor. Okay? They have helped destroy this country. They have done nothing but allow economic hate crimes against the working men and women in the heartland of this country.”
“The factories went to China and the drugs came in,” the Breitbart chief said.
A sad reality that every conservative must face is that the Republican Party, which is supposed to be the vehicle through which our values are turned into policy, is filled to the brim with closet liberals and gutless cowards.
Clowns like McConnell are disgrace, as they stymie every attempt at conservative reform and continuously lie to our faces about their policy goals.
Hannity then asked Bannon about his comments concerning the Trump administration being “over.”
Bannon replied, “It’s not gonna be over if we fight and help President Trump. He needs help. It’s the reason I left the white house. I told him I was going to go after the establishment, go after the establishment first and the Democrats later.”
Bannon hasn’t been shy in his criticism of the Trump administration he was, until recently, a part of. That’s because he the a solitary figure in the cabinet trying to get the president to stay the course he laid out during the campaign.
Unfortunately, there are some suspect characters influencing Trump, trying to drag him to the middle and make him be more “pragmatic.” But it really doesn’t matter what he does, the Left will still call him Hitler no matter how many times he caves to their whims. So it’s pointless not to tenaciously and unapologetically pursue radical conservative reform.
Bannon knows this, which is why he left the White House. From his position at Breitbart, he can better influence the culture, which is most important anyway. There’s a long battle ahead for Trump and conservatives. Folks like Bannon are in short supply on the conservative side, but his unflinching support for our cause has made him a force to be reckoned with and worthy leader in our fight against the radical Left.
Source: Daily Caller