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Friday, August 18, 2017

"The Trump presidency is over"

As always, don't count the God-Emperor out. Not even if Darth Bannon has.
“The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” Bannon said Friday, shortly after confirming his departure. “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over.”

It is plainly Bannon’s view that his departure is not a defeat for him personally, but for the ideology he’d urged upon the president, as reflected in Trump’s provocative inaugural address—in which he spoke of self-dealing Washington politicians, and their policies that led to the shuttered factories and broken lives of what he called “American carnage.” Bannon co-authored that speech (and privately complained that it had been toned down by West Wing moderates like Ivanka and Jared).

“Now, it’s gonna be Trump,” Bannon said. “The path forward on things like economic nationalism and immigration, and his ability to kind of move freely . . . I just think his ability to get anything done—particularly the bigger things, like the wall, the bigger, broader things that we fought for, it’s just gonna be that much harder.”

Bannon assigns blame for the thwarting of his program on “the West Wing Democrats,” but holds special disdain for the Washington establishment—especially those Republicans who have, he believes, willfully failed to provide Trump with meaningful victories.

And, he believes, things are about to get worse for Trump. “There’s about to be a jailbreak of these moderate guys on the Hill”—a stream of Republican dissent, which could become a flood.

Bannon says that he once confidently believed in the prospect of success for that version of the Trump presidency he now says is over. Asked what the turning point was, he says, “It’s the Republican establishment. The Republican establishment has no interest in Trump’s success on this. They’re not populists, they’re not nationalists, they had no interest in his program. Zero. It was a half-hearted attempt at Obamacare reform, it was no interest really on the infrastructure, they’ll do a very standard Republican version of taxes.

“What Trump ran on—border wall, where is the funding for the border wall, one of his central tenets, where have they been? Have they rallied around the Perdue-Cotton immigration bill? On what element of Trump’s program, besides tax cuts—which is going to be the standard marginal tax cut—where have they rallied to Trump’s cause? They haven’t.”

Bannon believes that those who will now try to influence Trump will hope to turn him in a sharply different direction.

“I think they’re going to try to moderate him,” he says. “I think he’ll sign a clean debt ceiling, I think you’ll see all this stuff. His natural tendency—and I think you saw it this week on Charlottesville—his actual default position is the position of his base, the position that got him elected. I think you’re going to see a lot of constraints on that. I think it’ll be much more conventional.”

But Bannon believes that Trump, with the help of Stephen K. Bannon, has already effected a lasting realignment of American politics.

As for himself, Bannon says the fight is just beginning.

“I feel jacked up,” he says. “Now I’m free. I’ve got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, ‘it’s Bannon the Barbarian.’ I am definitely going to crush the opposition. There’s no doubt. I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.”
I tend to suspect that Trump is not going to react well to the Republican establishment attempting to chain him and ride him like a newly broken horse. We'll see.

The Darkstream on the subject.

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124 Comments:

Blogger SirHamster August 18, 2017 7:04 PM  

Bannon back at Breitbart ... can we take that org off the SJW convergence list?

Blogger Jack Ward August 18, 2017 7:04 PM  

I hope Bannon is able to do as he wishes at Breitbart. He must remember the mysterious passing of Breitbart himself. If you can depend on nothing else you can count on the TPTB to loose the trigger men/women, the strange and unexpected 'heart attacks, all of it.
Good luck to him. Prayers are in order.

Anonymous Jack Jackson August 18, 2017 7:06 PM  

Trump needs to do some serious naming and shaming of the cuckservatives in his party. Midterms give him the leverage.

Anonymous Battlefrog August 18, 2017 7:07 PM  

This is hard to swallow.

The Kushner/Ivanka nepotism makes this more bitter. I was fine with it as long as Bannon was safe. But it's now pretty clear that Kushner is the only untouchable in the White House.

Blogger allyn71 August 18, 2017 7:08 PM  

Mr. President, Build The Wall!

It comes down to that. If he can get the political clout to do that he wins. If he can't the swamp wins.

The wall isn't necessary from an enforcement standpoint, it is important from a symbolic and political standpoint.

As far as Bannon, there has been ebb and flow since the primaries. There will be more going forward.

They won't chain Trump, but will the contain him? So far it been about 50-50.

Blogger Elocutioner August 18, 2017 7:11 PM  

As long as he's not punching right I don't care what he does. I don't give a damn about this palace intrigue garbage. I trust GE Trump.

Blogger Peter Jackson August 18, 2017 7:15 PM  

Does Trump really need Congress to build the wall? If he needs money, he can crowdsource it.

Blogger Salt August 18, 2017 7:19 PM  

If Bannon does what Bannon does best, the Trump Presidency is anything but over. If he returns Breitbart to its glory days of opposing the MSM the cucky Republicans could be in for a world of hurt.

Blogger Anchorman August 18, 2017 7:19 PM  

PJ, the wall also needs access to or ability to acquire property rights.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents August 18, 2017 7:20 PM  

According to Politico earlier this month the DNCe was threatening a shutdown to kill the wall. That's how much it scares them. The authorization is there, prototypes are being built near San Diego.

Anonymous Precious August 18, 2017 7:23 PM  

I can see why Bannon is discouraged, but if those clowns in Congress or the West Wing think they can control Trump, they are dumber than midwits.

Blogger Phillip George August 18, 2017 7:23 PM  

Just in time. Drudge is now dead. Not quite as dead as Andrew Breitbart and Seth Rich.

Nigel Farage is the only living success story I know of. And the job's just half done.

"this town ain't big enough for you and CNN, one of you is leaving feet first"

Blogger Dirtnapninja August 18, 2017 7:24 PM  

All he has to do is

1) get the wall up
2) start hammering silicon valley

Anonymous trev006 August 18, 2017 7:25 PM  

If I dislike anything about Bannon's posture, it's that he too obviously exaggerates his role in forming policy. Is Trump likely to be swayed by one genius voice whispering in his ear? Ha, not likely. So who were Bannon's allies in the White House, carrying out his agenda? What does he leave behind him?

Answer: President Trump himself, and not much.

This isn't a bad thing: Bannon served as a useful reminder of what Trump's base wanted. At this point, though, I think the G-E correctly believes he has a firm grip on the base, being a part of it himself. I think Bannon understand this, and will happily attack the parts of the GOP that did their hardest to push him out: Mittens Romneycare and Bill Kristol come to mind here.

Either way, drama for the plebs to enjoy. Which the G-E absolutely revels in.

Anonymous Anonymous August 18, 2017 7:29 PM  

Trump is going downhill. Though luckily, he's usually at his strongest at rock bottom. And always manages a miracle comeback. Now we wait for him to hit that rock bottom. But I don't think the wait will be pretty.

Blogger Quilp August 18, 2017 7:29 PM  

Limbaugh was particularly disgusting today. Normally I wouldn't care what the radio wave barker does, but today his craven attitude towards this Bannon thing was foul. Basically Rush felt unchained to try and convince President Trump to be the next Barry Goldwater. The portly one did a 180 on everything he has been saying since I can remember. "Leave the social issues to Ivanka, tax cuts, tax cuts"...really? Leave them to socially liberal Ivanka. Especially after just doing a long spot on how Trump won by finding the new "sweet spot" of socially conservative, fiscally liberal voters?

Blogger Uncle Max August 18, 2017 7:30 PM  

Maybe Bannon can do more on the outside. In 40 years Trump has held his own, so, even though he's in a new environment and learning new things, I have to think a man of his years and experience will not likely submit. He doesn't care about donors or even funding his library in 8 years. He's the first President we've ever seen the modern system couldn't touch. The other... Jackson. Good times ahead. Gird your loins boys!

Blogger ZhukovG August 18, 2017 7:37 PM  

A person does not need an office in the White House to be part of the GE's inner circle.

Blogger Orthodox August 18, 2017 7:37 PM  

Trump optimism fueled the blow off top in stocks.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents August 18, 2017 7:41 PM  

@19

Piffle. The SPX is showing a version of the usual "first presidential year" track.

Blogger lowercaseb August 18, 2017 7:42 PM  

OK...that abrupt end of the darkstream was PERFECT in these days of no platforming.

Anonymous Killua August 18, 2017 7:43 PM  

How Trump should make Mexico pay for the wall:

Mexico: "We aint paying shit pendejo. Jodete"

Trump: "Here is your first truck filled with illegal immigrants. These are the most troublesome, rapist, murderous bunch we could find. They are your problem now"

Mexico. "Cabron, screw you. We have Gasolinazo porblems here...we aint got no money to pay for your damn..."

Trump: "Here is your second Truck of illegal immigrants. These were arrested for mass murder. You can have them back"

Mexico: "Uh, oh...hold on...maybe we can reach some kinf of deal...how about we..."

Trump: "Here is your thrid truck filled with illegal immigrants. These were arrested for tripping grannies down the stairs. Have fun with them..."

Mexico: "STAHP!!!"

Blogger lowercaseb August 18, 2017 7:44 PM  

That said...great message tonight. It was EXACTLY what people needed to hear. I can't speak for others, but Trump has earned my trust and faith.

I also REALLY want to see a new grindhouse film "Bannon Unchained!"

Blogger Cail Corishev August 18, 2017 7:46 PM  

If he needs money [for the Wall], he can crowdsource it.

I like it. Then watch the SJWs attack any crowdsourcing company that participates. He should use several, so all the major ones get a chance to go on record as being for/against the president and the law.

Anonymous praetorian August 18, 2017 7:48 PM  

Good luck, Bannonchan

Blogger mark auld August 18, 2017 7:59 PM  

Bannon unchanged is the movie I want to see.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey August 18, 2017 8:03 PM  

Meanwhile, Turkey completed a 350 mile long border wall with Syria-- in 7 months.

gulf-times.com/story/543987/Turkey-completes-556-Km-border-wall-with-Syria

Anonymous MIG August 18, 2017 8:05 PM  

It's a mess. I want to go to sleep for the next 6 months.

Blogger Matthew August 18, 2017 8:12 PM  

This is staged drama, the point being to rouse Trump's base against the passive-aggressive Republicans. Trump just praised the primary challenge to Flake Jeff Flake. Expect more fun in this vein.

Blogger Phillip George August 18, 2017 8:13 PM  

@27

everyone is overlooking the beautiful new wall the Swamp has been building around itself. It's beautiful, with security cameras and listening devices simply everywhere you look for one.

Anonymous VFM #6306 August 18, 2017 8:32 PM  

There was this jewish fella once who wrote something about "the man in the arena..."

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 8:37 PM  

Matthew wrote:This is staged drama, the point being to rouse Trump's base against the passive-aggressive Republicans. Trump just praised the primary challenge to Flake Jeff Flake. Expect more fun in this vein.

Yes, the actual DNC is self destructing fast, and the Republicans are the problem, so there needs to be a new strategy to destroy and replace this Republican enemy.

Blogger Timmy3 August 18, 2017 8:40 PM  

Bannon can't take responsibility for Trump's tweets and outbursts. It's just not logical. Trump can't be moderated. So we'll just have to see what happens.

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 9:02 PM  

MIG wrote:It's a mess. I want to go to sleep for the next 6 months.

When the going gets tough, the tough have a nap?

Blogger Bob Ramar August 18, 2017 9:08 PM  

Trump is an old man. He is an old, very successful fellow who has surrounded himself with people who insulate him from the realities that everyday people experience and contend with. Bannon was one of the few people in that inner circle who understood us, who communicated that angst to Trump, and who helped Trump turn those ideas (borders, language, culture) into a winning proposition against the Hildabeast. Now Bannon is gone. Now President Trump is surrounded by Jews, Globalists, and Creatures from Goldman Sachs (did I repeat myself?). What can he do differently now? Where can he go?

From what I am hearing in local talk radio, one thing that needs to be done is your Sixteen Points needs to get out in public in a major way. The Alt-Right = Nazi meme is the dominant screed I hear from Beck, Limbaugh, and Savage (and probably the Irishman also). The local guys are banging this drum also because they do not know anything else to say. Nobody outside of history buffs and other assorted crazy people seem to know that NAZI = National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP). This needs to change!

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 9:09 PM  

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Anonymous MeMyselfI August 18, 2017 9:10 PM  

Obi-Bannon: "If you strike me down I will become more powerful than you can imagine..."

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 9:11 PM  

Bannon is having fun...the suggestion is that he's is leaving because it's moving on to the next stage, and they have already won.

It will be amazing watching Bannon with all his media tools on hand.

Steve is CELEBRATING.

Anonymous DissidentRight August 18, 2017 9:11 PM  

It's just like everyone said during the campaign. The GOP must be destroyed. Prepare for the midterms.

Blogger Lovekraft August 18, 2017 9:14 PM  

Breitbart and Drudge debate had better be about delivering a better service to more people, instead of trying to compete for King of the Cluttered media that currently dominates.

There is a pressing need for a focused source of right wing news that amalgamates the best of what is out there right now.

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 9:20 PM  

Trump flips Bannon the Zippo! HMMM!

Anonymous Man of the Atom August 18, 2017 9:22 PM  

35. Bob Ramar
No, no. The HURR DURR Alt-Left Troll was needed at the blog two links to the left. Step lively -- $25/hr isn't gonna troll itself!

Anonymous tc August 18, 2017 9:25 PM  

Goddam man, there is no-one left around the emperor short of Sebastian Gorka.

Queen Anne was right after the election: only thing can touch him now is nepotism. What does that damn daughter of his have on him?

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 9:32 PM  

dAs John Adams once famously said, “Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.”

Obama used the imperial presidency to do things Nixon was reviled for.

This is the time to teach the lefties about what happens when power changes hands in a compromised system.

Release the Kraken, FFS.

(Conditional on whether there actually is one, that is.)

Anonymous Jeff August 18, 2017 9:33 PM  

The Trump presidency is over

Bannon knows how to play the media, and how to sandbag.

Blogger Shamgar August 18, 2017 9:33 PM  

Do you guys think Bannon won't have the President's war now? He'll still talk to Trump and now will even be able to pass along more damning info. Now he can burrow straight into the media's maw and blow up them up. Rev it up Steve. Perhaps Trump was only the trailblazer for a new kind of politician...

Blogger Ransom Smith August 18, 2017 9:37 PM  

The level of sperging tonight...

As always with anything TGE does: watch, wait, and think.

Anonymous Andrew Anglin August 18, 2017 9:46 PM  

VoXDay: last stand of the Trumpaholics. As it stands now, Trumpenthal better start a war with someone real soon. Norks? Iran? somebody. And win quick. Otherwise it's Prez Pence before the end of the year.

Blogger Aeoli Pera August 18, 2017 9:50 PM  

Mildly concerning, but I think people are going overboard on the symbolism. It's probably for the best so that Bannon can be vicious and make TGE look moderate in comparison.

Blogger Aeoli Pera August 18, 2017 9:51 PM  

It's important to remember that symbols aren't real, they're just an unusually effective form of communication.

Blogger Salt August 18, 2017 9:52 PM  

I've said before, wait till mid-terms. It's a good time to start hammering the cucky republicans. Unleash the Bannon.

Congress needs a douching.

Blogger Nathan August 18, 2017 9:54 PM  

Rope a dope

Blogger Aeoli Pera August 18, 2017 9:54 PM  

Andrew Anglin wrote:VoXDay: last stand of the Trumpaholics. As it stands now, Trumpenthal better start a war with someone real soon. Norks? Iran? somebody. And win quick. Otherwise it's Prez Pence before the end of the year.

That's extraordinarily bad advice. He can veto war and win that fight in the ballot box, Americans don't want a war right now.

Blogger ace August 18, 2017 9:54 PM  

Alt-right has a mostly cellular structure and can stand the fall of any individual in it. Our goal isn't institutional power as an end, or to replicate the uniparty circlejerk, but to win the meme war.

Whenever I feel down about some setback, I remind myself that even in the worst case scenario we still have the strategic advantage. The enemy's victories have all come at an incredible cost to him such that he can no longer pretend to be a neutral arbiter. The traitorous cucks were forced out into the open as well. The smugness of the enemy has been been permanently wiped away by near continuous shock and horror. And the GE still has his Twitter.

Anonymous Man of the Atom August 18, 2017 9:57 PM  

Salt wrote:I've said before, wait till mid-terms. It's a good time to start hammering the cucky republicans. Unleash the Bannon.

Congress needs a douching.


More like Augean Stables need sluicing.

Blogger The Lizard King August 18, 2017 9:57 PM  

If everything else fails and nothing is accomplished, I wonder if it would be better for Trump to just pull a kamikaze and take the GOP down with him.

Blogger Wolfman at Large August 18, 2017 9:57 PM  

A Barbarian surrounded by enemies is a happy barbarian.
Santa Claus isn't the only one who's been making a list.
The fools have no idea what hell is about to be unleashed.
and so forth... Go Bannon!

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 9:58 PM  

Andrew Anglin wrote:VoXDay: last stand of the Trumpaholics. As it stands now, Trumpenthal better start a war with someone real soon. Norks? Iran? somebody. And win quick. Otherwise it's Prez Pence before the end of the year.

How about a war on AntiFa and their sponsors? That would energize the base big time.

PS Nobody wants an albino president, duh!

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 10:00 PM  

The real stats against the DNC are an incredible fast decline, especially in the South and the Rust Belt states. Real people are not sending money to them anymore, and the people that calls themselves Democrats are down from 31% to 28%, and this is from polls done by the usual suspects.

Worse than that, Identity Politics will lead to apathy within competing Identity groups of the DNC.

The hold up is totally globalist Republicans, thus...new strategies, and new tactics.

Blogger Phat Repat August 18, 2017 10:05 PM  

Uh, wait a minute, this isn't the 'winning' I signed up for. No, it isn't over, just like it wasn't over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor. But the fat lady did just hock up a big loogie.

Blogger Dos Voltz August 18, 2017 10:05 PM  

This is exciting news. Trump knows he needs the junkyard dog unleashed, where he can do the most damage - which means blackmail the cucks in congress (which he cannot do as a White House employee).

Bannon has seen the intel, and knows where the bodies are buried, so to speak. The cucks and Cuomos aren't smart enough to be afraid, they are reveling in their victory for this "firing."

This is gonna be glorious.

Blogger exfarmkid August 18, 2017 10:06 PM  

7. Peter Jackson "Does Trump really need Congress to build the wall? If he needs money, he can crowdsource it."

You might want to read up on how spending bills must originate. Do you really wish to hand the Presidents enemies a House impeachment - with probable Senate conviction - completely gift-wrapped?

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 10:06 PM  

The Lizard King wrote:If everything else fails and nothing is accomplished, I wonder if it would be better for Trump to just pull a kamikaze and take the GOP down with him.

The Samson Option. Death to the Philistines.

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 10:11 PM  


Peter Jackson wrote:Does Trump really need Congress to build the wall? If he needs money, he can crowdsource it.

Francis Parker Yockey wrote:Meanwhile, Turkey completed a 350 mile long border wall with Syria-- in 7 months.

Contract it out to the Turks. Let it be done with American cement.

Blogger Lovekraft August 18, 2017 10:12 PM  

Knowing there will be another incident in which the media will try to paint Trump into a corner, which was a pathetic attempt with C'Ville, as well as the basis of the BLM movement.

Another incident where the left will basically be asking Trump to grovel at their feet. Of course, Trump will laugh them off but, again, our mettle will be tested.

Blogger Elder Son August 18, 2017 10:14 PM  

On the same day Steve Bannon departed from the White House, Vice-President Pence and National Security Advisor McMaster have teamed up to push President Trump to send additional troops to Afghanistan.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08/pence-mcmaster-push-troops-afghanistan-just-hours-bannon-wh-exit/

And, I believe we are all well acquainted with Deep State false flags to get us into more dumbocracy building for humanity.

Blogger ace August 18, 2017 10:15 PM  

Lazarus wrote:The Lizard King wrote:If everything else fails and nothing is accomplished, I wonder if it would be better for Trump to just pull a kamikaze and take the GOP down with him.

The Samson Option. Death to the Philistines.


He certainly has the hair for it.

Blogger Cail Corishev August 18, 2017 10:20 PM  

How about a war on AntiFa and their sponsors?

I think a judge was supposed to hear the appeal on the DoJ's search warrant of the Antifa server today. Awan was indicted on four counts today. The Clintons are still making themselves scarce outside US jurisdiction -- the whole family spending lots of time together, as they're well-known for doing, ya know.

Blogger Salt August 18, 2017 10:21 PM  

exfarmkid wrote:You might want to read up on how spending bills must originate

That's taxpayer money, not outside contributions which would be totally legal.

Blogger James August 18, 2017 10:21 PM  

I don't know if this is apropos or not because I don't know how much influence Kushner actually has with Trump. I would like to point out an historical object lesson concerning the presence of (((you-know-who))) and the collapse of non-jewish sources of power. Senator Joe McCarthy is famous for the Congressional hearings concerning Communist infiltration into the government and the Army. History has shown that he was largely accurate in his list of Communist sympathizers. But, his chief counsel was Roy Cohn, a jew who died of AIDS in 1986 and is also a leading protagonist in the play and movie Angels in America. Let's be honest: McCarthy was savaged by other Senators, the President and the media because the information he had would have exposed the corruption in DC 60 years before the swamp. He was presented as an unprincipled opportunist with no refinement and was engaged in smearing innocent people. He may have had an alcohol problem. God knows he looked the part of a street hood. But, what got him in as much trouble as anything else was that the Army accused Roy Cohn of pressuring the Army to give preferential treatment to G. David Schine, a former McCarthy aide and a friend of Cohn's. McCarthy counter-charged that this accusation was made in bad faith and in retaliation for his recent aggressive investigations of suspected Communists and security risks in the Army. Whatever it was, it marked the beginning of the end for McCarthy.

I have never seen it argued that Cohn betrayed McCarthy, but it seems logical to me. "Communism" is just jewishness in another disguise. Just like the Revolution in Russia, the majority of the major participants in Communism were jewish. They had a lot to lose. Did Cohn hamstring McCarthy by his attempt to force the Army to give preferential treatment to his friend? Obviously. Did he do it deliberately? We'll never know but it seems logical given jewish perfidy in other areas.

So, does Kushner have more loyalty to Trump or to his tribe? I guess we'll see as events unfold.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 18, 2017 10:24 PM  

It is clear that Bannon being removed from the NSC wasn't part of some clever plan. It was the start of his ouster.

Bannon is correct.

It's over for any hope of change from the White House. It was a long shot to begin with, but it sure would have been nice to have even a brief rollback of leftism.

The Trump administration is being purged of Trump loyalists and when enough of them are out, they will probably try for Trump himself.

They may get him if they are very unlucky, though they may not be smart enough to realize that, or they may not.

The Trump agenda however is dead in the water.

The internet is also being purged of anyone who upsets the powers that be.

Biggest Internet Censorship Purge In History

http://www.returnofkings.com/128584/night-of-the-digital-knives-silicon-valley-launches-biggest-internet-censorship-purge-in-history

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DHbb0HkXsAEUBM6.jpg

They are also accelerating their push to wipe out American history and destroying any remaining statues and icons of white culture.

The Republican party has shifted decisively left and I don't think they will be coming back. It is certainly good that their true allegiance is now out in the open.

If the GOP is willing to openly support Antifa, why wouldn't they vote impeachment for Trump?

In truth I think articles of impeachment would be the best thing to happen for our side. It would galvanize the right like few things would. One can only hope that the Uniparty is stupid enough, or arrogant enough to carry through on it.

I don't think we are going to be able to vote our way out of this.

Anonymous Pennywise August 18, 2017 10:32 PM  

Bannon has his own agenda. He has his rich bitch in the Mercers and will wage war against his oppressors for publicity and ratings.

Trump will find ways to pillage America's coffers. He is not Alt-Right. He is an elitist and a globalist.

https://narativ.org/2017/08/18/a-private-war/

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 10:33 PM  

James wrote:So, does Kushner have more loyalty to Trump or to his tribe? I guess we'll see as events unfold.

Let me guess No. He was set up with Ivanka for a reason.

No, wait. My mistake. It was just a co-incidental love story with puppies and rainbows and unicorns. Gotta have the unicorns.

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 10:40 PM  

Pennywise wrote:Trump will find ways to pillage America's coffers. He is not Alt-Right. He is an elitist and a globalist.



Then why do all the elitists and globalists want him removed?

Please enlighten.

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 10:42 PM  

Sharrukin wrote:I don't think we are going to be able to vote our way out of this.

Don't be silly. All you have to do is go down to the polling station and register your vote and everything will be OK because democracy is the best thing ever.

Anonymous FP August 18, 2017 10:46 PM  

"I don't think we are going to be able to vote our way out of this."

Probably not but some of the whinging here and out there this week has become intolerable. Bannon won't have more options to go after the establishment as a media maven? Come on. This is just another part of the game and the left has gone full ctrl-left driving away more average joes.

But you know, this is the MSM who just a couple of weeks ago called the Boy Scouts of America Trump's Hitler youth for daring to cheer during his speech to them. So yeah, totally we should just roll over to them and the establishment cucks.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 18, 2017 10:47 PM  

75. Lazarus

Don't be silly. All you have to do is go down to the polling station and register your vote

I would but there are always a bunch of illegals there along with a mass of zombies, Donald Duck, and my dead aunt (who now strangely votes Democrat).

Blogger Ingot9455 August 18, 2017 10:47 PM  

Please God, let the Democrats force a government shutdown. Please, please, our Lord who art in heaven.

Trump is a master of bankruptcy. A government shutdown gives him the power to stop so, so, so many payments.

Blogger PD Quig August 18, 2017 10:52 PM  

I once worked for an agile, innovative company that was bought out by a big company who was "the leader" in the enterprise supply chain management software space. I knew all the very smartest people at our company who began weekly trips to Texas to figure out how the two companies would integrate. Of course, the smartest folks were the ones who really knew the details of our product, how we positioned it, implemented it, and what our value proposition truly was (as opposed to the marketing bullshit).

After six months or so, the two folks I knew best basically told me that they were throwing in the towel on trying to get through to the Texans. "They just don't get it and they don't want to get it. They want to do what they've always done and have no interest in making the improvements that our stuff could provide. It's all just marketing fluff. They're going to crush our management, sales, and product teams. We're outta here."

I was shocked, but I shouldn't have been. Politics ain't beanbag and the powerful won. Kind of. Our stock, $1.9B market cap at the merger cratered over the next four years. The combined company was eventually sold to an also-ran for <$400M.

Bannon is my canary in Trump's coal mine. Would he have left were it not for Cohn, Tillerson, Mnuchin, McMaster, Powell et al? They may well end up winning the battle but the Trump presidency could see its market cap go to zero in 2020 if he doesn't honor his base.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 18, 2017 10:58 PM  

76. FP

Probably not but some of the whinging here and out there this week has become intolerable.

Facing reality isn't whining.

Trump was always a long shot.

Bannon won't have more options to go after the establishment as a media maven?

Of course he will which is probably why he resigned.

This is just another part of the game and the left has gone full ctrl-left driving away more average joes.

A very dangerous game. They have and will continue to do so. Hopefully they push too far and too fast.

So yeah, totally we should just roll over to them and the establishment cucks.

Not suggesting rolling over.

I am saying that there is no hope for a peaceful political solution. There is no right wing party, nor even a real conservative civic nationalist one. The government is dominated by the globalist left and their cheerleading lackeys in the Republican party.

I had hoped that Trump could force enough Republicans and moderates to a populist center to avoid a bloodletting.

Barring a miracle that isn't going to happen.

Blogger tuberman August 18, 2017 11:00 PM  

PD Quig wrote:I once worked for an agile, innovative company that was bought out by a big company who was "the leader" in the enterprise supply chain management software space. I knew all the very smartest people at our company who began weekly trips to Texas to figure out how the two companies would integrate. Of course, the smartest folks were the ones who really knew the details of our product, how we positioned it, implemented it, and what our value proposition truly was (as opposed to the marketing bullshit).

After six months or so, the two folks I knew best basically told me that they were throwing in the towel on trying to get through to the Texans. "They just don't get it and they don't want to get it. They want to do what they've always done and have no interest in making the improvements that our stuff could provide. It's all just marketing fluff. They're going to crush our management, sales, and product teams. We're outta here."

I was shocked, but I shouldn't have been. Politics ain't beanbag and the powerful won. Kind of. Our stock, $1.9B market cap at the merger cratered over the next four years. The combined company was eventually sold to an also-ran for <$400M.

Bannon is my canary in Trump's coal mine. Would he have left were it not for Cohn, Tillerson, Mnuchin, McMaster, Powell et al? They may well end up winning the battle but the Trump presidency could see its market cap go to zero in 2020 if he doesn't honor his base.


* Trump will never get over 20%
* Trump will never get nominated
* Trump will never win
* If Trump does win he will never make it through 100 days
* It's over
* It's over
* It's over
* MPAI

Blogger Aeoli Pera August 18, 2017 11:01 PM  

PD Quig wrote:I once worked for an agile, innovative company that was bought out by a big company who was "the leader" in the enterprise supply chain management software space.

The ending of this story was unfortunately not a surprise. I've never seen a buyout strengthen the product of the bought company (does Pixar still make movies?). But I don't think the lesson generalizes to political capital or troop movements, and I even wonder which of these lenses is more correct for the situation.

Blogger modsquad August 18, 2017 11:03 PM  

Bannon's comments about the Trump presidency being "over" has more than one meaning. The obvious meaning is that they've failed to capitalize on his victory. The second possible meaning is that the "democracy" part of his rule is being laid to rest.

Blogger Pteronarcyd August 18, 2017 11:09 PM  

The biggest question I have is why has Trump failed to staff his administration with like-minded managers? Leaving people in place who were appointed by the natural-born British East African was a recipe for failure. Trump must know that -- it's Business 101.

Blogger justaguy August 18, 2017 11:11 PM  

Unfortunately, the only viable answer is to elect more republicans, even if some of them are RINOs. Trumps agenda didn't get going because with 52 seats in the senate, and three to four "maverick"- meaning thoroughly converged senators, leadership couldn't get the votes. Remember that even with 60 seats, it took lots of lies and "cornhusker" payoffs to get Obamacare through. Give Trump 56 or more repubs, so he can lose a few and we can get something done.

Remember, the media has completely gone yellow journalism for the leftists, so there is no cover anywhere for the paths Trump wants to take.

Blogger DonReynolds August 18, 2017 11:14 PM  

Lazarus wrote:Sharrukin wrote:I don't think we are going to be able to vote our way out of this.

Don't be silly. All you have to do is go down to the polling station and register your vote and everything will be OK because democracy is the best thing ever.


Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what's for dinner.

Blogger Lazarus August 18, 2017 11:20 PM  

justaguy wrote:Unfortunately, the only viable answer is to elect more republicans, even if some of them are RINOs.

Might as well vote for Tofu. Its white, its bland, it does nothing except take up space.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 18, 2017 11:21 PM  

85. justaguy

elect more republicans

Why?

Do you really believe that those "maverick" senators aren't designated by the party leadership for exactly that reason?

They count the votes very carefully and make sure that it goes the way they want it to. They make deals as to who can vote which way based on their polling and pay off those who are told to be the guy who 'votes his conscience' when told to do so.

It's all carefully orchestrated failure theater.

Hiring more actors isn't going to change that.

Blogger Alexander Thompson August 18, 2017 11:21 PM  

justaguy wrote:Unfortunately, the only viable answer is to elect more republicans, even if some of them are RINOs. Trumps agenda didn't get going because with 52 seats in the senate, and three to four "maverick"- meaning thoroughly converged senators, leadership couldn't get the votes. Remember that even with 60 seats, it took lots of lies and "cornhusker" payoffs to get Obamacare through. Give Trump 56 or more repubs, so he can lose a few and we can get something done.



More Republicans? So they can enter the club and look at the bags of money and become 'enlightened' by the complexity of the issues? Are you mad?

Anonymous Shappy August 18, 2017 11:22 PM  

"If Bannon does what Bannon does best, the Trump Presidency is anything but over. If he returns Breitbart to its glory days of opposing the MSM the cucky Republicans could be in for a world of hurt."

No one who matters, no one who gets the work done, gives a Sh*t about Breitbart. It's hooligan journalism over there that can so easily be assailed and dismissed. Add to that Trumps continuing self destruction and loss of support.

But my favorite thing his is Bannon bitching and moaning about the money for the Wall not being appropriated. I thought Mexico was gonna play.

Amateurs!

Blogger Phillip George August 18, 2017 11:30 PM  

troll alert....

Vox, it isn't left versus right,,

It's Orwellian Swamp-Pig-People Versus Americans..

So far the DC Swamp Pig Peoples have been the only ones to turn up..

Anonymous AB.Prosper August 18, 2017 11:34 PM  

Sharrukin wrote:I don't think we are going to be able to vote our way out of this.

Did anyone here every think that? I though the general consensus was full on ACW 2.0 by 2033 give or take a few years . This is the kind of thing you'd expect to see if that was the case

Trump's job was to buy a little time time which he's done well thus far. he's also shown the face of ours foes and how bad they are.

Anyway, Bannon never was Trump's brain despite what the media thought. He didn't even have his whole ear. Just one more voice in an administration that was and is civic nationalist and centrist.

Bannon leaving means little.

Also I'm going to post Giovanni Dannato options at Forward Base B

https://colonyofcommodus.wordpress.com/2017/08/14/charlottesville-will-help-alt-dissidents/

He thinks in general that Charlottesville will help the .Alt Right.

I basically think he's worth considering though the censorship concerns me some.

Blogger Gary Eden August 18, 2017 11:55 PM  

Bannon is operating on the basis of a whole lot more information than any of us has when he says the Trump presidency is over.

So I have to take that seriously. Its a whole lot more credible than the blind optimism of a Trump supporter.

That said, I'm not counting Trump out yet. The signs just don't look good.

Blogger Gary Eden August 18, 2017 11:58 PM  

That said, I see signs of theater in the recent resignations. Its entirely possible this is a rear guard action to free Bannon to attack and allow the establishment to think they're winning while Trump regroups.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 19, 2017 12:03 AM  

92. AB.Prosper

an administration that was and is civic nationalist and centrist.

And populist.

You make some good points. I suppose in some ways its probably for the best that Trump has failed so quickly in the face of globalist trench warfare.

It doesn't leave those on the fence any easy way to escape the truth, though many will simply ignore it.

I largely agree with the guy at the link you posted, though I don't think even the Nazis really hurt us as much as many assume.

We aren't ever going to be the popular ones, nor respected or admired. We are bad, bad, men and no flag or symbol you come up with will be seen any differently than a Nazi flag after 6 months of the media barrage.

They aren't my thing, but they do serve the purpose of getting people to think about and discuss a lot of previously taboo issues. If we are to ever have any chance of effecting a change we are going to have to have that discussion on race and what that means in real life, that everyone wants to run away from.

Civic nationalists aren't going to be on our side in any case.

The other point is that a huge number of people are in fact socialist in modern America, even if they sometimes don't call themselves that. Those on the left do however call themselves socialist and they are very comfortable with racial politics. Anti-white politics, but that can switch very quickly under the right circumstances.

Mentally, it doesn't take much of a change to make those guys Nazis. They are most of the way there anyway.

That means that there is a large pool of potential recruits who could swing towards ethnic nationalism.

National Socialism has the potential for rapid expansion if the white left becomes disenchanted with the Democratic party and the globalists.

These aren't the folks I would like to see taking credit and marching off to battle those evil leftists given what they believed and endorsed their entire lives, but who said life was fair?

The right meanwhile will probably be duking it out in the parking lot over the question of black olives or anchovies on the pizza.

Blogger Cail Corishev August 19, 2017 12:04 AM  

@92, He makes a good point about how discouraging it can be to learn that another institution is against us. It didn't faze me when the Charlottesville cops teamed up with Antifa, because I always expect the worst of the cops. But seeing how easily server hosting companies are caving in to SJW pressure shook me a bit, because that's my world. Then I remembered that people organized just fine without the Internet up to a decade or so ago, so all it can do is make things harder, and that's okay. But things like that can rock you, because it shifts the landscape, moves your points of reference.

He thinks in general that Charlottesville will help the .Alt Right.

If you see the Alt-Right as a brand, and you were there to piggyback on it to advance your own personal brand, then Charlottesville probably looks like a disaster. While the Alt-Right will survive and thrive, there's no guarantee that people whose faces are forever tied to Charlottesville will do so.

If you see the Alt-Right as a philosophy and your goal is to introduce more people to it, it's a big success - largely thanks to the president and the Alt-Left freakout. I expect this to be a common thought process among normal Americans in the coming weeks as the Alt-Left runs rampant:

"Man, these commies are awful. Someone should oppose them. But the Republicans are saying they can do no wrong, and I really don't want to team up with Nazis. Who else is there? Who was the president talking about when he said there were good people on that side?"

Blogger Elder Son August 19, 2017 12:15 AM  

Trump's job was to buy a little time time which he's done well thus far.

Who told you that? Trump? Or God?

Ya know, if a like Trump is elected after this Trump, ya'll would be proclaiming, once again, "_________ job was to buy a little time."

Anyhow, I am sure many of you have been to D.C. Yet, I wounder how many of you noticed that the dark oppression over D.C. is so thick, it is asphyxiating?

Blogger Elder Son August 19, 2017 12:24 AM  

Alt-Right: Don't bargain with the devil. Not even lesser evils.

Anonymous Sharrukin August 19, 2017 12:30 AM  

98. Elder Son

Alt-Right: Don't bargain with the devil. Not even lesser evils.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBecM3CQVD8

Purity is overrated. We have been voting for devils and their allies for decades. They intend to see us dead.

The devils you warn against are willing to fight for our survival.

I think I might be willing to make that deal.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd August 19, 2017 12:39 AM  

Bannon gives me the impression that he is well-aware of his own genius. I can imagine that he would view it as over, simply due to his ego. I hope (and think) that the president will continue to follow through, if only because he has no choice. The cucks are extremely vulnerable to replacement in 2018. That's the turning point in the grand scheme of things.
Trump can continue to push his agenda, and continue with the support of his base, or he can betray his base and lose everything. He is a brilliant man so there is no way he doesn't know how polarized the nation is. He wouldn't have said what he said about the alt-left had he thought otherwise.

Bannon will be able to rip the cucks a new one on BB. That will be a tremendous help. As for Kushner and Ivanka, they are apparently going to be there permanently. The president is should ditch McMasters. That's the big one. Getting rid of Uncle Fester should be paramount. BB has been pushing that so maybe Bannon can contribute to that.

Impeachment is foolishness. The unrest alone prevents such a move. Yes the enemy is evil but they are not yet that desperate. According to Vox's timeline their desperation won't become critical until the late 2020s. They still control too much to risk a civil war, for right now.
My university sent out a bitch-made condemnation of "hate." It's been extremely pleasurable watching them squirm the last few months.

Anonymous tc August 19, 2017 12:39 AM  

Here is Metzger's take on Cville.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h_LcXytYFrY

To me, it is obvious, the grip of the nomenclatura is solid. Hell, they don't even apply vaseline anymore and nobody, but no-one dares to cry out.
I can hardly wait for the state of the union address, when the bastards are all under one roof - that is about as sane a plan I care to come up with.

Hey, none of us is getting out of here alive...

Blogger ZhukovG August 19, 2017 1:18 AM  

If President Trump endures, the Alt-Right grows stronger. If President Trump is deposed, the Alt-Right grows stronger faster.

The Alt-Right is inevitable. We are on the right side of history, science and human nature. We will sweep Globalists, Nazis, Marxists, SJWs and all other creatures of The Left aside.

American Nationalism is America's future.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash August 19, 2017 1:19 AM  

"The presidency is over" is quite clear in meaning if you read Bannon's statement:
"The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” Bannon said Friday, shortly after confirming his departure. “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over.”
The presidency that Bannon and the alt-right thought they could bring in through Trump. is done. The dream of a president who would drain the swamp, kill the GOP, and end Globalism is dead.
There is another presidency, the current one, and we need to lean on Trump and the GOP, but Trump is not our guy, not that we ever really thought he was.

Blogger Emmanuel Mateo-Morales August 19, 2017 1:56 AM  

@103

You know, I always wondered why the commies in Mao's army had such a hard time with defeatists that they needed to kill a lot of them... but now I know why, and can't really find fault with such a policy per say.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash August 19, 2017 2:12 AM  

Emmanuel Mateo-Morales wrote:You know, I always wondered why the commies in Mao's army had such a hard time with defeatists that they needed to kill a lot of them.
Maybe needed is the wrong word. Sometimes you need to let the guys have some fun, and bring some joy to their work.

Anonymous Rien August 19, 2017 3:21 AM  

#Bannonslide2020 ???

Blogger DeploraBard August 19, 2017 3:36 AM  

But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else.

It is highly likely the gloves are going to come off as Trump fully realizes he cannot work within the party.

Blogger LP9 August 19, 2017 3:51 AM  

Not worried, Grateful, Contented, Winning, Chilled, Prayerful over still a great summer no matter how busy or eventful. The reality, truth is often complex to even violent given Finland, Spain and whatever happens over the weekend.

July and this month friends and I (locally offline word of mouth as we have opened a few small biz outlets selling cool stuff, launches have been great, every 8th of the month since Nov. 2016 is still a POTUS Trump par-tay) have pumped up (how fun or what better content is present at) Gab (encouraged investing a mere $201 as Gab raised over $800,000), IG news, IG tech and Castalia House per word of mouth, email, silver sneakers people are really interested in gab and moving towards infog news and away from Drudge, they;ve taken notice to how Vox Day isn't listed at Drudge and should be along with John B Wells as Cerno is listed there - so I'm agnostic RE: Drudge, I'd rather support/promote IG news and their burn unit, loyalty is everything, of course its no race, its just a choice of where to read and where to support.

Blogger Ken Prescott August 19, 2017 7:49 AM  

Yes, he needs Congress. The Anti-Deficiency Act prohibits the expenditure of government funds without Congressional appropriation and authorization. Violation of this act is a felony and carries fines and prison time.

Blogger Ken Prescott August 19, 2017 7:57 AM  

Wrong. Outside contributions would go to the Treasury and thus be subject to the legislature's power of the purse.

The Anti-Deficiency Act also prohibits the government from receiving goods and services without at least a nominal payment (which again involves Congressional approval).

Anonymous Athor Pel August 19, 2017 8:34 AM  

Those Bannon quotes made it sound like he was brought into the White House in order to see how the sausage was made with an eye to sending him back out armed with that inside knowledge.


Blogger Duke Norfolk August 19, 2017 8:43 AM  

Oh good grief. The number of people who still take everything that Trump, or those with him, like Bannon, say at face value is amazing.

How many times does Trump have to demonstrate his mastery of strategy AND tactics to convince his supporters?

Do I know exactly what's going on? Hell no. But I do know that every single time something like this goes down it ends up looking very differently in the end. Trump's just a bit smarter than most of us, and his enemies.

Blogger Duke Norfolk August 19, 2017 8:45 AM  

Clearly Trump needs to hire all the internet commenters who just KNOW how he should be doing things.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey August 19, 2017 10:33 AM  

"It's all carefully orchestrated failure theater.

Hiring more actors isn't going to change that."

I believe it was (((Moldbug))) who claimed that McCarthyism was the last gasp of actual representative democracy in this country. That's a long time ago.

Anonymous Avalanche August 19, 2017 10:52 AM  

@32 "so there needs to be a new strategy to destroy and replace this Republican enemy."

Yes, and I'm hoping (please God, let it be so!) that Bannon's new 'mission' is to ID and media swarm the new crop of congress critters -- folks on the Trump train from ALL 50 states! I'm hoping Bannon's new mission is to help (us) ID, and then get elected, the folks who will HELP and not hinder our God Emperor -- who will drive out the NeverTrumpers and the RINOs (and the Dams! er ... Dems...), so we have a Congress FOR THE PEOPLE!

Anonymous Avalanche August 19, 2017 10:59 AM  

@35 "dominant screed I hear from Beck, Limbaugh, and Savage (and probably the Irishman also). The local guys are banging this drum also because they do not know anything else to say."

Still drinkin' the koolaid, are yah?

NONE of the guys (well, MAYbe Beck, but I doubt it) is stupid -- they all know 100% and completely what is really going on -- but their higher purpose is they want to keep their phoney-baloney jobs, gentlemen!

I have always described Limbaugh as a "pressure relief valve for the normies and the MPAIs" (is there much of a difference?). All these folks drivin' to work every morning -- angry and distressed about the end of our nation -- and here come the radio guys, "agreeing" with them and amplifying; ranting and complaining (but almost never about israel); helping the guy-in-the-car to believe there is SOMEthing being done by SOMEone, SOMEwhere! And so, the guy-in-the-car slide back into somnolence and assume thing will get better.

And it only gets worse! Only by keeping the PRESSURE up, do you either get enough steam power to DRIVE things -- or an explosion. As long as the pressure relief valve is cooling things off -- nothing happens.

Anonymous Avalanche August 19, 2017 11:54 AM  

@75 "All you have to do is go down to the polling station and register your vote"

All you have to do is go down to the polling stations in a couple of states and register your vote

FIFY

Anonymous Avalanche August 19, 2017 12:04 PM  

@83 "Bannon's comments about the Trump presidency being "over" has more than one meaning. The obvious meaning is that they've failed to capitalize on his victory. The second possible meaning is that the "democracy" part of his rule is being laid to rest."

I've been (struggling and) trying to reassure my shaky friends that Trump is TRYING to still be the prez of the whole country, to work with both sides... At ~6mos, he seemed to have given up that attempt. I've been making popcorn for his "okay, I tried; now get the HELL out of my way!" that we elected him for.

(Bannon, being set 'off the leash,' seems like a GREAT thing! He spent those 6mos inside, learning and seeing what's-what in the swamp, getting the maps done and planning the clearing... NOW he begins! (Please, God, let it be so!)


(Molyneux said recently, that in the first couple (1-1/2?) months of the Trump administration, the Fed arrests of pedophiles jumped 45 times -- 45 TIMES not percent! -- higher than the rate under the obamination. That the Feebs and other law enforcement seem to have been forced to sit and "wait" under the obamination; and as soon as the God Emperor took off their muzzles: CHOMP! GO GIT 'EM!

Of course, the MSM wouldn't touch THAT with a dead ten-yr-old boy!

Anonymous Avalanche August 19, 2017 12:12 PM  

@93 "So I have to take that seriously. Its a whole lot more credible than the blind optimism of a Trump supporter."

Did you miss this that Vox quoted?
http://voxday.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-trump-presidency-is-over.html
=====
As for himself, Bannon says the fight is just beginning.

"I feel jacked up," he says. "Now I'm free. I've got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, 'it's Bannon the Barbarian.' I am definitely going to crush the opposition. There's no doubt. I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I'm about to go back, knowing what I know, and we're about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do."

Blogger LogicTsunami August 19, 2017 12:21 PM  

According to BusinessInsider, Bannon wants to start a television network that leans to the right of FOX:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/bannon-reportedly-wants-to-start-a-network-to-the-right-of-fox-news/ar-AAqkG1k?li=BBnb7Kz

Blogger NeoNietzsche: August 19, 2017 1:05 PM  

Ooh, loved this!
"Observations Leading Up To Bannon Resignation"

https://colonyofcommodus.wordpress.com/2017/08/19/observations-leading-up-to-bannon-resignation/

Anonymous Eduardo the Magnificent August 19, 2017 1:16 PM  

Elder Son wrote:Alt-Right: Don't bargain with the devil. Not even lesser evils.

"When it's third-and-10, you can take the milk drinkers and I'll take the whiskey drinkers every time." - Max McGee

Blogger Mercy August 19, 2017 2:04 PM  

And now I'm about to go back, knowing what I know, and we're about to rev that machine up.

The "knowing what I know" part is intriguing. Bannon kept a low profile the past several months. Surely he wasn't just playing solitaire.

Put another way: if we saw this statement coming from someone leaving a different administration, I would be in a cold sweat. As it is, I'm making popcorn.

Blogger David Power August 20, 2017 8:08 AM  

The greatest legacy of Trump's Presidency, will be that it has shown )))ordinary((( white Americans that democracy in their country is a sham and that the problems which currently beset the USA can no longer be solved via the ballot box.

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