Saturday, October 21, 2017

Let's Not Make George Bush a Hero -- Left Meets Right in Steve Bannon Comments

Bannon also launched a blistering attack on a former President George W. Bush — who this week delivered a rebuke of President Donald Trump — casting him as a tool of those globalists.
“President Bush embarrassed himself,’’ Bannon said, referring to him as “a piece of work.” “It is clear he didn’t understanding anything he was talking about...he had no idea whether he was coming or going — just like when he was president of the United States.’’
“There has not been a more destructive presidency than George Bush’s,’’ he said to applause.
I laughed my ass off when I heard this from Bannon. I was seething yesterday at the press was fawning over Bush's comments. Give us a break. This guy was one of the keys leading to Trump.

I never thought I would be referencing Bannon but when he often touches on some important truths worth noting - things the left has been addressing for quite some time. At some points Bannon echoes the left. Now we know it is all rhetoric as he has promoted a different version of the billionaire elite - witness the Trump cabinet.


Bannon rips Bush, Silicon Valley 'lords of technology'

In a defiant speech to California Republicans, the Breitbart chief cast the state as a linchpin in the fight to halt the globalist agenda.

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Issuing a defiant call to arms to grassroots Republicans, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon railed Friday against dangerous “global elites” and the Silicon Valley “lords of technology” whom he said are robbing U.S. citizens of jobs, wealth and opportunity.
“They want all the benefits of a free society...all the benefits of this rules-based international order,’’ including lucrative trade deals and capital markets, he said, while “we the citizens of the United States...underwrite the whole thing.”
 http://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/21/steve-bannon-california-gop-george-bush-silicon-valley-244015

10 comments:

  1. Bannon is correct in his remarks - Silicon Valley is devastating us and most people don't understand this. Unfortunately Bannion has the aura of post apocalyptic zombie, while is former boss has one of a selfish and spoiled brat.

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  2. The fact of the matter is - many teachers voted for Trump - not because they knew he'd do right by them for public education, but because the Democrats have gone so off the wall that they don't even realize that there's a problem. There's some serious corruption and criminal activity that needs to be dealt with and Democrats are doing nothing to address it.

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    1. The same could be said about the UFT.

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  3. Thank goodness for pro America Bannon . Americans will be put first for a change.

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    1. Really? Then you are a fool. You mean the Mercers and kochs have your interests in mind? If you believe their crap I order you to stop reading this blog.

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    2. I think the commenters came over from the ICE blog Norm.

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    3. Yeah I'll take the Kochs over Soros any day. Please don't call me racist or a nazi. Lol

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    1. No one is loonier than you Norm. You know it's true.

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  5. Bannon's attacks on Silicon Valley and global trade deals is just the "socialist" side of his National Socialism. The Democrats, by doing nothing about these "Malefactors of Wealth," created a vacuum that's being filled by him.

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