Darkness is good he says. Well it is coming what I dislike so much is the kind of human Trump is = that his evil won -exceeds in his pride, the main deadly sin – – his hate for folks – the lies he tells- the meanness that pours out of every pore – laughs at his lies- speaks in his own words of groping woman= as if that is their only purpose- the marketing for $ of the USA – the meanness- the cruelty – I despise his making fun of the disabled – the gang of haters he is with and the fact that this cowardly man will be the leader of the Great USA is so horrible to think of all the decent folks who voted for him..
According to LA Steve Bannon, former executive at Breitbart News and newly appointed chief strategist to the Donald Trump presidency, recently participated in an eye-opening interview with Michael Wolff of The Hollywood Reporter.
Speaking from his office, Bannon made some bizarre comparisons to himself, talked about the upcoming Trump presidency, and did nothing to ease the minds of terrified people everywhere who are worried about how a leader of the alt-right can be this close to the most powerful man in the world.
In the interview, Bannon also claims he is not a white nationalist, simply a “nationalist.” He also claims to love being hated by the left, which speaks to the Trump campaign’s so-called desire to heal our divided nation.
Bannon makes some scary assertions while speaking with Wolff that show just why people are so worried about him being such a powerful figure.
“Like [Andrew] Jackson’s populism, we’re going to build an entirely new political movement… It will be as exciting as the 1930s, greater than the Reagan revolution — conservatives, plus populists, in an economic nationalist movement.”
You might recall Andrew Jackson as the president responsible for the “Trail of Tears,” the forced relocation of the Cherokee Native American Tribe. Also, most economic movements would do well to distance themselves from the 1930s, as that was the time of the Great Depression.
However, Bannon’s most frightening comments are the comparisons he made to himself. Telling Wolff about his role in the campaign and upcoming presidency, Bannon said:
“Darkness is good … Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That’s power. It only helps us when they get it wrong. When they’re blind to who we are and what we’re doing.”
By “they,” Bannon most likely means Liberals and the media. Sadly, those groups do not seem to be the ones wrong about what the Trump campaign is doing. It’s Trump’s own supporters who are.
Reportedly, 81 percent of Evangelicals voted for Trump, a man whose chief strategist just compared himself to Satan.
If anything, Bannon’s appointment needs to be a rallying cry to everyone about what is wrong with the Trump team. The former head of Breitbart himself seems to sum everything up best:
“The issue now is about Americans looking to not get f—ed over. If [the Trump White House can] deliver, we’ll get 60 percent of the white vote, and 40 percent of the black and Hispanic vote and we’ll govern for 50 years.”
Watch Bannon talk about himself here: