• Same story, different day...........year ie more of the same fiat floods the world
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Bannon out , another win for the Deep state

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How Jewish convert Ivanka got 'Bannon the Barbarian' to go: Donald Trump's daughter 'helped to force out' aide blamed over President's failure to condemn neo-Nazi rally
  • Chief strategist Bannon, 63, helped orchestrate the President’s election victory
  • But many blamed him for Trump’s failure last week to condemn neo-Nazis
  • 'Pushed out’ by daughter Ivanka and her husband because his far-Right views


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Yup 'Sugar tits' and hubby are running the show. Heck they have been since day one. It was her who went into hysterics with the fake Assad gases children photo, prompting her father to send 100 million dollars worth of cruise missiles into a deserted Syrian air base.

Y'all must not forget who they work for, and it isn't you and me.
 

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'No administration in history has been so divided': Steve Bannon speaks out about bitter divisions in White House after Trump thanked him for his help in defeating Hillary
  • Bannon said Saturday Trump administration is most divided in nation's history
  • Conflict between 'traditional Republican priorities' and Trump campaign agenda
  • Urged Congress to get on board with Trump promises on immigration and jobs
  • Bannon returned to Breitbart News after departure from White House Friday
  • Said he is ready to 'crush the opposition' as Trump thanked him for his service


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How Jewish convert Ivanka got 'Bannon the Barbarian' to go: Donald Trump's daughter 'helped to force out' aide blamed over President's failure to condemn neo-Nazi rally
  • Chief strategist Bannon, 63, helped orchestrate the President’s election victory
  • But many blamed him for Trump’s failure last week to condemn neo-Nazis
  • 'Pushed out’ by daughter Ivanka and her husband because his far-Right views


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Yep, sure. How about some truth to go with the piles of bullshit propaganda.............

White House: Daily Mail Story About Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon ‘Totally False’
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by CHARLIE SPIERING20 Aug 20171,022

White House aides are strongly condemning a Daily Mail reportthat suggests that President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka helped push out Steve Bannon out of the White House.
“The story is totally false,” a senior White House aide told Breitbart News on background, questioning the “Washington sources” in the article of having any real knowledge of the Trump family.

Caroline Graham, the author of the article based in Los Angeles, reported that “Washington sources” said that Ivanka Trump helped force out Bannon because his “far-right views” clashed with her family’s Jewish faith.
 

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Yep, sure. How about some truth to go with the piles of bullshit propaganda.............

White House: Daily Mail Story About Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon ‘Totally False’
LOL

I think most of the "news" about Trump is simply made up. Don't really think it's propaganda - maybe done to attract an audience.

The more I hear and see I think "peter principal." Might be wrong........time will tell.
 

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LOL

I think most of the "news" about Trump is simply made up. Don't really think it's propaganda - maybe done to attract an audience.

The more I hear and see I think "peter principal." Might be wrong........time will tell.
Even stuff on sites that used to be pretty solid now spew shit from "unnamed sources" or other complete fabrications.
It's kind of depressing if you allow it to be.
So called news is just a circle jerk of people reposting the same shit without ever checking to see if it's real or fake..

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Sometimes I post stuff for a laugh. Can't keep taking all this too serious or I'd go nuts.
 

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Bannon's banishment changes nothing
  • By Francis Wilkinson
  • 7 hrs ago

If one scorpion is removed from a bag that's busy with them, does Donald Trump begin to look like a president?

Steve Bannon, who was jettisoned from the bag Friday, has always been the most mysterious member of Trump's lumpen B-Team. Most of the other scorpions have readily identified portfolios. They work in the Department of Nepotism or the Ministry of Lies or in the Anti-Immigrant Brigade. They oversee the dismantling of Barack Obama's legacy, or the disrespecting of Hillary Clinton's person, the two highest pursuits of the Trump administration.

The alleged winners from Bannon's banishment are the emissaries to the White House from the lands of finance and business, where two plus two very often equals four and where regulations and taxes are for cutting. It's unclear, however, what exactly they've won. The president is still incompetent, the Congress is still dysfunctional and the Republican tax agenda, once it is known, will still be unpopular.

Bannon was the threadbare ideological stuffing inside of Trump's presidency. Like everything else in this administration, it ended up leaking all over the place.

Bannon's departure coincided with Trump's fullest embrace of white supremacy since the real-estate heir's political career began. And it followed directly in the wake of a book revealing Bannon's influence on Trump, and Bannon's interview with a lifelong liberal writer, in which Bannon called ethno-nationalists a "collection of clowns."

These are the same clowns who Bannon courted and cajoled, reassuring them in their racial and masculine insecurities as he built up the propaganda site Breitbart. The name political scientists give to these clowns is "Trump's base." Perhaps Bannon is suddenly eager to abandon them. Trump clings to them for his political life.

It seems Bannon is either a deeply confused man pretending to be brilliant or a morally muddled man who uses whatever tool is at hand to advance his cause. Perhaps he is both. There is also a possibility that he is a chess master with more dimensions to his game than a plebe like me can count. But losing his White House job is not strong evidence of that.

What will the subtraction of one scorpion from the bag mean for the presidency and the country? How could it mean much of anything? Trump is a moral and psychological wreck. His malice can be constrained by law and by a Congress that's willing to exert itself. But not much by his own staff, who answer to his rage. It's hard to expect clarity from inexperienced, compromised White House personnel buried in Trump's rubble.

Bannon will no doubt pursue an interesting path. He could resort to his previous life as a seedy propagandist. Or perhaps, as he suggested to Robert Kuttner, the liberal writer, his former life is a clown show he's eager to leave behind. That would be easier to believe, of course, if he hadn't worked so hard to turn the White House into a circus.

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Francis Wilkinson writes editorials on politics and U.S. domestic policy for Bloomberg View. He was previously a national affairs writer for Rolling Stone, a communications consultant and a political media strategist.

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Steve Bannon thinks Dreamers should 'self deport' and fears DACA could divide the Republican Party and cede the House to the Democrats
  • Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon's full interview with 60 Minutes airs on Sunday night
  • Bannon said he believed the so-called Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to the US as kids, should 'self deport'
  • Previously aired comments had Bannon saying it was in the 'economic interest' of the Catholic church to support 'unlimited illegal immigration'


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