Bannon Out at Breitbart….

(Via Breitbart) Stephen K. Bannon has stepped down from Breitbart News Network, where he served as Executive Chairman since 2012.

Bannon and Breitbart will work together on a smooth and orderly transition.

Bannon said, “I’m proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform.”

According to Breitbart CEO Larry Solov, “Steve is a valued part of our legacy, and we will always be grateful for his contributions, and what he has helped us to accomplish.” (link)

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336 Responses to Bannon Out at Breitbart….

  1. BMG says:

    It is amazing! Every person and entity that thus far has gone after POTUS has been destroyed, bigly; starting with Megan.

    The Invisible Hand wants to MAGA.

    More to come.

    Keep praying, Treepers.

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  2. EsotericSomethingSomething says:

    I’m still amazed how Bannon’s over inflated sense of self worth lead led him to thinking he’s more significant to the presidency than the president himself.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Mia C says:

      Is he drunk or a traitor? I’m NOT understanding him at all.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I think he is has an over inflated sense of self importance. He is a very successful man, but started to believe in his own greatness.

        That, in and of itself, is okay. But when you add in alcohol to that mix, then you get people like Bannon.

        He was just too focused on himself, and not on MAGA. He made some bad decisions, hoping to direct Trump to dance to his tune. Bad move.

        He has a lot of money. He will be fine.

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        • EsotericSomethingSomething says:

          For the longest time, Bannon was operating only in the eyes of right wing media. When he’d criticize some BS going on with Republicans it’d only garner him praise.

          He began to falter as soon as he started getting attention on the national stage. He began doing interviews where he’d be lavishing praise upon himself all the time and was having people in alternative media rhetorically fellating him constantly. I suspect that praise being lavished upon him was because he was regularly engaging in leaks where he’d make it sound like Trump was moments away from betraying his campaign promises and that only he, Bannon, could save Trump from himself. This created the narrative that Trump was useless unless he was being babysat by Bannon or others which has continued being parroted by plenty figures like Ann Coulter and Mike Cernovich for months now.

          Result was he never paid much attention to the naysayers that were telling him to stop sucking his own you-know-what.

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    • Alistar says:

      Pride proceeds the fall.

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    • Time wounds all heels.

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  3. MAGAbear says:

    Wow, this was an outcome I suspected might happen, but not that quickly! For the life of me I can’t figure out what went on in Bannon’s mind when he leaked to the press and gave this clown Wolff quotes to use. I guess Bannon felt like he should have been one of Trump’s closest advisors but ended up being a bit player instead. Hurt feelings can lead to stupid actions.

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  4. He’s also been exiled from SiriusXM. Now, on to amnesty for illegal aliens and betrayal of the people that elected Trump.

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  5. Tejas Rob says:

    I swear this is true. I had this weird dream last night about Steve Bannon. We were playing chess and I won. I haven’t played chess in years, and don’t know why the hell I would dream I was playing Steve Bannon.

    Must have been some vision about the President beating him.

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    • Too Real says:

      Oh, Brother…Eye Roll

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      • Tejas Rob says:

        LOL, no seriously, I did dream that. I’m injun and sometimes have these visions. They’re always useless crap like this though, not like the next lotto numbers or anything.

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    • There are dreams that you immediately know are just surface soul stuff. But, others seem to come from a deeper source. Sometimes after these kinds of dreams I quietly listen to my heart while trying to stay near enough to the dream to learn what the Creator might be sharing with me. And then I invite God into the moment. Sometimes I know right away what I am being shown. Usually when it’s something I’m to work on in myself. Other times I ponder the dream for a very long time before the answers unfold.

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  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    Mr. Bannon should to take a 6 month vacation in a facility that can help him with his issues.

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  7. OmegaManBlue says:

    He had to go and I am surprised they didn’t do it quicker to tell you the truth.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Turranos says:

    Hi Steve!…and the Trump Train moves on down the tracks, without you.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. tonyE says:

    I like Bannon…. I think there’s a lot more in this that people are seeing.

    As a rule of thumb, anything that deals with Donald Trump is far more complicated that it seems. That’s why the Mainstream Propaganda Machine has such fits…. Trump is not a shallow cartoon character that can be covered by their cartoon on air talent and their Powerpoint presentations.

    Neither is Steve Bannon.

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    • Christine says:

      I agree, tonyE.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mia C says:

      I don’t see how calling Trump’s kid a traitor and treasonous accomplishes anything for him, Conservatives, anybody. Hopefully he’s on drugs or booze so when he dries out he can see the error of his idiocy.

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      • Newt Love says:

        Michael Wolff is a consummate LIAR!
        His objective was to take down President Trump. His consolation prize is that he drove a wedge between President Trump and Stephen Bannon, who was a loyal supporter, driving the Breitbart (SiriusXM) radio audience to vote for Trump at the polls.

        I refuse to congratulate Wolff, who is little better than Iago (see Shakespeare’s Othello).

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      • moray watson says:

        But he didn’t call Trump’s kid anything. He called Manafort ‘treasonous’ for having let Don Jr. have a meeting with Russian ‘operatives’. Calling out Manafort for being treasonous to the campaign is light year away from insinuating that Bannon called Don Jr treasonous to the country. Do you understand that Wolff is a liar?

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    • V.Lombardi says:

      If Bannon said those things he must have been drinking.

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  10. Christine says:

    Just throwing out a wild theory here…

    * What if “Fire & Fury” was a co-ordinated attack by President Trump, Bannon + Wolff, to bring down the MSM, as speculated by Imperator Rex and others?

    * What if the rumours that Breitbart is buying Fox News (hiring back Bill O’Reilly + Eric Bolling) in coming months are true?

    * Then, perhaps we’ll see Bannon emerge as the Head of Fox News, once Breitbart acquires it? In the meantime, Bannon will use this time to quietly run the acquisition of Fox News.

    Okay, I’ll take off my tinfoil hat now…..

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    • PatriotKate says:

      Anything is possible. I do wonder about Bannon sometimes, primarily based on his appearance. The reason I say that is whenever I’ve met someone who is sloppy in their appearance (when clearly they have the means to achieve it), there’s other issues as well. I don’t think it can be chalked up to him just being eccentric. So, there are some weird things about him.

      You can say a lot about Steve, but I find it very hard to believe that he would say some of the things that are being attributed to him, i.e. calling Don Jr.’s acts treasonous. I know, I know – he didn’t deny he said them. That does not prove he said it. Those are pretty harsh accusations (notwithstanding the fact the Democrats throw it around like their racist accusations).

      One thing I’ve done lately is to adopt the 72 hour rule. I want to see what transpires in 3 days before I start to make judgment.

      Call it gut instinct. I’m leaning towards the tinfoil right now…

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      • Mia C says:

        I’m sorry but I’ve been on the Breitbart site since this shiiiitstorm began. Bannon admitted, and apologized for what he said. His explanation was ridiculous (that came yesterday, he said it was because of his time in navy as a Reagan Conservative, etc). They even made it clear there were recordings.
        –He’s just a crazy traitor.

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        • Christine says:

          Hi Mia C. On the flipside, perhaps the fact his explanation was so whacky, suggests all is not as it seems?

          But hey, if I’m wrong, I’ll be the first to admit it! (Unlike Leftists, who never do).

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        • fightthepols says:

          How does ANYONE know what Steve Bannon said to Wolff? We are supposed to take Wolff’s statements as truth? Everybody says nothing else in the book can be taken as truth, but we are supposed to believe that only Bannon’s statements were true? Unless there are full UNEDITED tapes put out there for all of us to hear, unless those tapes can be heard in their entirety, so nothing can be taken out of context, it seems like people should be skeptical.

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      • Christine says:

        I definitely like the 72 hour rule, Patriot Kate. If there’s anything I’ve learned with President Trump, there’s multiple layers hidden from public view, which he will reveal only at the optimal time. Sun Tzu strategy.

        Next Wednesday 17 is a key date for me, when POTUS reveals his Fake News Awards. That would be the ideal time for The Great Reveal about the true origins of Fire & Fury (Trump, Bannon + Wolff plotted together), exposing the gross stupidity of most journalists to fall for an obviously fabricated book.

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      • fightthepols says:

        Steve Bannon, David Bossie, and Lee Stranahan were at a Freedomworks workshop in Charlotte at the DNC 2012 Convention which I attended. Bannon was a very nice-looking well-dressed person from my recollection. This was before Bannon became an executive of Breitbart. My sense is that he was not in the public eye after that and was a workaholic, according to those on the radio show and made his clothing and appearance the lowest priority. He was captured from time to time in photos in this disheveled mode and people have used it against him and have posted mostly those photos of him to discredit him. There is not enough real verifiable information about what Steve Bannon really said or did in the White House. If Kelleyanne Conway would come forth and say these things are true, it might be believable because of the good relationship between her and Bannon.

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    • accurite1 says:

      I think it is more likey, what if Steve Bannon got increasingly frustrated while he was in the white house and as a result of his frusterations made a series of bad moves. Blinded by his ambitions he began to take things into his own hands and was leaking to the press. Seeing he still was not getting things to go his way he increasingly made bigger and more foolish decisions culminating in exposing his bosses family and deservedly sealing his fate.

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      • Christine says:

        It’s definitely a possibility! And perhaps everything really is as it appears.

        An alternative view is that Bannon came into the White House precisely long enough for him to learn the players; identify the Swamp Dwellers (and those who wanted to escape the Swamp), and issue deliberate controlled info (with Trump’s approval) to identify leakers – and this is part of an overarching strategy designed by POTUS + Bannon to bring down the MSM in 2 years.

        I mean, Wolff’s book has reached the theatre of the absurd now, with at least a dozen people saying stories about them “simply didn’t happen”. And yesterday, CNN’s Christine Amanpour interviewed Wolff, and actually believed that 100% of Trump’s staff + Cabinet think he’s mentally unfit! It seems to me there’s a strategy to reveal the depth of MSM stupidity.

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        • Summer says:

          Christine, what do you think, maybe some treepers should consider stopping taking these Imperators and what-s-their-Twitter-handles seriously, and starting identifying them for what they really are: attention seeking lonely men with too much free time on their hands, peddling moronic conspiracy theories to the gullible seniors? 😋

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          • Christine says:

            Hi Summer. As an international lawyer, I read widely, and weigh up competing ideas.

            Given Wolff despises the MSM – indeed he wrote a book about its imminent demise a decade ago – his interests align directly with those of President Trump + Bannon, and their desire to destroy Fake News on MSM.

            This is the perfect was to expose the Trump-hating MSM for the frauds they are, falling unquestionably for something so obviously false, particularly if Wolff comes out at the #FakeNewsAwards next Wednesday, and admits it.

            That’s why I’m open to the idea there’s more to this, than meets the eye, since there usually is with POTUS. I’m not saying I’m right. Just that it’s plausible.

            Liked by 2 people

    • MAGAbear says:

      I’ll take the bet that you’re wrong here. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • tony5460 says:

      yes, 4 D play. Trump and Bannon plan this all along.

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      • Mia C says:

        Never. The idea that Trump would jeapardize his child during an FBI investigation is beyond impossible.
        –Bannon is a traitor. That’s why the president laid into him in nuclear weapons grade fashion and Sneaky Steve got fired.

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        • Christine says:

          Perhaps it was with Donald Jnr’s buy-in? I mean, to accuse Jnr of TREASON simply for meeting a Russian who may have dirt on Hillary is so absurd, it’s almost unbelievable, isn’t it? Almost like there’s a higher purpose to all of this.

          But, time will tell. And I’ll be the first to admit, if I’m wrong!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Christine says:

          Hi Mia C. I just went back and read Bannon’s full statement. He said the “treason” accusation was aimed at Paul Manafort, who knowingly allowed Don Jnr to go to the Russia meeting, despite knowing how duplicitous Russians are.

          And, knowing now Manafort appears to have been a Hillary plant to further the muh Russia collusion lie and set up Don Jnr, Manafort’s actions WERE treasonous.

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    • Newt Love says:

      oops! I just posted on Christine’s topic in the tonyE thread (above). I should have held fire for this thread.

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      • Newt Love says:

        I hope that CTH lets me post it here, too! Here goes!
        Michael Wolff is a consummate LIAR!
        His objective was to take down President Trump. His consolation prize is that he drove a wedge between President Trump and Stephen Bannon, who was a loyal supporter, driving the Breitbart (SiriusXM) radio audience to vote for Trump at the polls.

        I refuse to congratulate Wolff, who is little better than Iago (see Shakespeare’s Othello).

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    • Newt Love says:

      Christine, I don’t think we have met before.
      It’s a pleasure to meet you! You are very WISE and balanced in your posts, and replies to the posts by others.
      You have quickly become one of my favorites to read.
      thank you for being who you are.

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      • Christine says:

        It’s a pleasure, Newt Love!

        I discovered this magnificent Treehouse mid-2016, after being firmly on the Trump Train for a year (within 3 weeks of Candidate Trump coming down the escalator), knowing he was precisely what America needed, and confident he’d become President.

        I posted regularly for over a year. But, as an Australian deeply engaged with politics globally, political matters here demanded my more attention over the last 6 months. I still lurked daily here though, sprinkling his insights in Australian media! Sundance is too brilliant to ignore.

        But, having failed to stop the passage of Same Sex Marriage legislation (although it can still be challenged as our Parliament is currently unconstitutional with many sitting members invalidity sitting as dual-citizens) and the traitorous Green Lefty Globalist Malcolm Turnbull is still PM into 2018, I’m utterly disillusioned with Australian politics. I spend half my blogging time rectifying all the Fake News stories in The Australian (our only national newspaper) about President Trump. Fighting in the trenches Down Under for American patriots!

        So I’m back! American politics with President Trump at the helm is far more intriguing + inspirational. And I love the Conservative Treehouse + my fellow Treepers. There’s an incredible collection of knowledge + wisdom here. 2018 is going to be a cracker year for us Trump supporters who’ve copped slings + arrows from anti-Trumpers for 2.5 years.

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        • Hoosier says:

          Move here. There will be merit based immigration after all, and our critters don’t kill you. Come be part of the top of the food chain. Americans love Australians. We do. (As long as they are the sane variety and not rabid leftist loons) Pick a red state, any RED state.

          The economy feels like when you are on the tarmac and the captain just started pushing the throttle down. We are already past 3% GDP growth. Is 7% possible? Can this plane lift off? I am white knuckled and loving the ride. I am kinda like a Bogan in a top fuel dragster. 😉

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          • Christine says:

            I’ve said previously I’d happily marry an American man (in a Red state), just so I could vote for President Trump! (Democrats have assured me I don’t even need to be an American citizen to vote). 😉

            Full marks for the “Bogan” reference. You must have some Aussie mates.

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  11. accurite1 says:

    Steve Bannon got increasingly frustrated while he was in the white house and as a result of his frusterations made a series of bad moves. Blinded by his ambitions he began to take things into his own hands and was leaking to the press. Seeing he still was not getting things to go his way he increasingly made bigger and more foolish decisions culminating in exposing his bosses family and deservedly sealing his fate.

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  12. Will says:

    Can someone explain to me why an accomplished brilliant political strategist like Steve Bannon would say such stupid things to an obvious oily liar and gossip monger like Wolff? And then wait five days before apologizing?

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    • singingsoul says:

      Will says:
      “Can someone explain to me why an accomplished brilliant political strategist like Steve Bannon would say such stupid things to an obvious oily liar and gossip monger like Wolff? And then wait five days before apologizing?”
      ________________________________
      Brilliant strategist..? He could not even get Cruz and Moore elected.
      Trump is his own strategist . He won before Bannon got on the team.

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      • fightthepols says:

        Cruz was probably not capable of beating down the Clinton/DNC machine at that time- 2016 election. Trump had spent years of his life learning how to fight and people recognized it. It wasn’t Steve Bannon’s fault Cruz didn’t win-besides, Bannon didn’t actively push Cruz on the radio show. I was never really sure who Bannon was for! As far as Moore, Bannon was for Mo Brooks, but Trump listened to McConnell and his son-in-law Jared Kushner and backed Luther Strange in the primary. Strange had corruption problems and lost in the runoff to Moore. If Trump had backed Mo Brooks, we would have had a Republican for Senator in Alabama.

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  13. Mia C says:

    Well……I never saw Huffington Post or Daily Kos leak to FOX or call Michelle a traitor. I never saw them attack the Obama kids.
    –As much as I did like Steve Bannon, you just can never trust a traitor like this.

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  14. Mia C says:

    After you witnessed Steve Bannon go after his own boss’s kids during an ongoing FBI investigation, can you imagine letting him continue to work for YOU? He’s done in leadership for awhile. No one can trust him.
    –But the fact that he’s done some public apologies makes me hope he’ll sober up, dry out, get some help and somehow make it back from the wilderness after making amends for what he did.

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    • Hoosier says:

      Bannon was wishing for an “Et tu, Brute?’ moment. He didn’t kill Caesar. Bad things happen after such a treasonous act. If you take a shot at the King you’d better kill him because if not, hell is going to rain down on your ass till you are dead and buried.

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  15. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Wanna blame someone for letting a little dweeb like Wolff anywhere near the White House? Thank that titmouse Rinse Pubis since he was in charge at the time, not Steven Bannon. Or, just believe all the dopey lies in that dumb ‘Fire and Fury” novel. Bannon is a patriot and a warrior unafraid of the slings & arrows of the Fake News mafia. M A G A

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  16. Phil aka Felipe says:

    President Trump values and rewards LOYALTY.

    Sloppy Steve lacked it. He’s gone. The End.

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  17. cowpokesblog says:

    I was never a huge Bannon supporter and never gave him much thought. But I did raise my eyebrow when he gave Robert Kuttner, that interview. I was like WTF..? Now I learn that he allowed Michael Wolff un-fettered access instead of a known conservative journalist..? I am Glad The Idiot is roasted..

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    • fightthepols says:

      How is it that the chief strategist instead of the chief of staff gave Michael Wolff “un-fettered access”? Something doesn’t sound right there. Someone else must have been giving permission.

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  18. Leroy says:

    My daddy always told me, if you’re gonna be stupid, you gotta be tough.

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  19. LM says:

    If Steve Bannon is an alcoholic…..

    Just because I have seen lives devastated and lost because of alcohol and drugs, and seen firsthand the personality changes, the loss of judgement and good sense, the depression, and the brooding vindictiveness and even visciousness that can occur through substance abuse, I urge prayers over the entire situation from those who can pray.

    The President has been wounded once because someone close to him succumbed to this. His life will never be the same due to the heartache he has suffered.

    It would be a huge tragedy, in more ways than one, if there were another such outcome.

    No matter how bad the judgement of Steve Bannon, none of which most of us can understand, I honestly believe that everyone of us wishes him a healthful recovery and deliverance from this condition if it applies to him.
    🙏❤️

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  20. No_To_Globalism says:

    Breitbart refugee here. Bannon is a good man and is/was developing the MAGA ideology. Dont believe a known leftist author at his word.

    My2 cents? Bannon told the truth about Trump’s clan and Trump had his head. One call to Mercer mafia and that was it at BB.

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    • Chad C. Mulligan says:

      Better men than Trump have been destroyed by evil acting under cover of filial affection. Bannon’s error is in thinking that Trump would understand that. He doesn’t

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  21. USELESS TRIVIA:
    My videos used to be featured at Breitbart BEFORE Andrew’s death and Bannon took over in 2012.

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    • Breitbart did change ideologies during that period–In a strange way.

      I was surprised to still see negative articles about P Trump after the primary and right up to the general election.

      Joe Dan Gorman is probably too conservative for some of them. It certainly was not film quality….. I retired as an executive producer/director/editor from a small television network a few years back–and Joe Dan and his old Mac make us look like amateurs……

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    • Yo Cousin! Well, we aren’t cousins anymore since I now donate money on your website. I LOVE the new shows and look forward to them always. Keep the faith and keep up the great work my dear Brother!

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  22. Sedanka says:

    Steve Bannon will be working for CNN by the end of the month.

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  23. G3 says:

    Bannon will be releasing a book called Fired and Furious.

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  24. freq says:

    good riddance you idiot fat hobo piece of crap…

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  25. Steven Hitt says:

    Stupid is what stupid does and Bannon appears to have a tight grip on stupid.

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