Steve Bannon said that millennials will comprise 50 percent of the populist movement going forward, because “they realize they’ve been screwed by the system.”
Bannon made his remarks in his Sunday night interview with Mike Cernovich, which Cernovich touted as Bannon’s best interview ever. Below is Bannon’s interview with Cernovich, followed by a presentation of Bannon’s film [email protected]
As original chief White House strategist, Bannon navigated various challenges pertaining to the chain of command in the United States, which thankfully has mostly been returned to proper military guidelines, undercutting the undue influence of the Deep State intelligence agencies. That Trump and Bannon navigated those challenges while still hiring a Cabinet, fending off Robert Mueller, and seeking peace and stability abroad, speaks to the commitment that some in the MAGA movement have already demonstrated to the cause.
Now, the fight to protect and sustain President Donald Trump is an activity for the public square. Trump has built a massive new venue in which to test the boundaries of American civic imagination. The future of the country will be decided by the commoners and it will be decided by voters. Optimism prevails.
Steve Bannon in his best ever interview:
– His latest film Trump at War,
– What happens if Democrats win the mid-terms,
– Why anti-Semites are rejected by the right,
– Four books everyone should read,
– Unions, student loan debt, more!https://t.co/uWFs4qvf7k
— Mike Cernovich 🦍🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) November 5, 2018
Bannon’s movie [email protected], presented below, picks up the moment President Trump won the election, when the mainstream media’s mocking attacks on Trump turned into flat-out unbridled rage — a rage that has only increased as Trump’s presidency succeeds.
What will happen if the dishonest Mainstream Media is emboldened with a House win? What will happen if our border is left un-secured and the Chinese return to upper-hand status in negotiations with the United States? What will happen if Republicans don’t get out and vote?
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