Bannon Speaks: “I’m Going To War For Trump”

I stand with Bannon. Get the war going ASAP. Drain the swamp. Name the traitors.

Scroll down past the story to read a comment written by Paul Kersey, whom I assume is the publisher of SBPDL.

In other related news, Trump’s friend (((Carl Icahn))) has thrown Trump under the bus after exiting the Trump train over Charlottesville and Confederate monuments.


While Breitbart has warned of war ‘against’ Trump [4] – should he break from the policies upon which he was elected – former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has spoken for the first time since being fired today.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Bannon said he was “going to war” for Trump…

“If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up.

I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents… on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America,”

So, war it is!

Presumably, being outside The White House allows him more freedom to pursue his tactics. The question is – given the narrative being spun is he resigned by mutual agreement – does Bannon stil have Trump’s ear? And if so, will Cohn, Kelly, and Kushner stand for it? We already know his agenda is anything but in line with theirs. [6]

Notably The White House formally launched a probe of China’s intellectual property practices tonight – invoking Section 301 just as Bannon had said.

With regard his internal adversaries, at the departments of State and Defense, who think the United States can enlist Beijing’s aid on the North Korean standoff, and at Treasury and the National Economic Council who don’t want to mess with the trading system, Bannon was ever harsher…

“Oh, they’re wetting themselves,” he said, explaining that the Section 301 complaint, which was put on hold when the war of threats with North Korea broke out, was shelved only temporarily, and will be revived in three weeks. As for other cabinet departments, Bannon has big plans to marginalize their influence.

“That’s a fight I fight every day here,” he said. “We’re still fighting. There’s Treasury and [National Economic Council chair] Gary Cohn and Goldman Sachs lobbying.”

“We gotta do this. The president’s default position is to do it, but the apparatus is going crazy. Don’t get me wrong. It’s like, every day.”

Bannon dismissed the far-right as irrelevant:

“Ethno-nationalism—it’s losers. It’s a fringe element. I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more.”

“These guys are a collection of clowns,” he added.

And finally, Bannon scoffed at The Democrats…

“…the longer they talk about identity politics, I got ’em. I want them to talk about racism every day. If the left is focused on race and identity, and we go with economic nationalism, we can crush the Democrats.”

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Kurt Bardella, a Republican communications specialist who worked for Bannon at Breitbart but later denounced him, predicts the strategist would “feel liberated” by his departure.

“Now, he will be able to operate openly and freely to inflict as much damage as he possibly can on the ‘globalists’ that remain in the Trump Administration.”

Paul Kersey wrote in reply:

It’s looking more and more like it’s Kushner’s Presidency to lose.

Kushner and Bannon have battled for the position of Trump’s Rasputin since before the election. One week Kushner might be on top, and the next week it could be Bannon.

Then came Trump’s comments supporting the alt-right in Charlottesville. Bannon is blamed for putting those ideas in Trump’s ear.

Then there was the “off the record” Bannon interview, in which Bannon denies Trump’s potential military solution to North Korea, and in which Bannon talks about whom he is going to fire.

Then there’s the Bannon rental house in Miami interview. A tub filled with acid, porn movies and a meth lab are all in the story. It’s as if Bannon said, “Give me liberty, or give me meth”.

We hear that Trump’s cabinet members and advisors, former Goldman Sach Prez Cohn, former Soros partner Mnuchin, former Rothschild leader Ross, LBO king Ichan (who left Trump Town today) and goldmanite son-in-law Kushner, are highly offended by the Nazis chanting “Jews will not replace us”.

Well, Steve Bannon will not be chanting, “Jews will not replace us”, because he will be replaced. If one works in the Trump Administration, one shouldn’t get close enough to a moving bus, because one never knows when one will be thrown under said bus.


Steve Bannon #1 Trending on Twitter


Ann Coulter Retweeted Molyneux’s top Tweet:

Our side is losing the Twitter battle right now, as deadbeat Democrats are having a field day on Twitter. More from all sides:

I’m sensing more than seeing directly that impeachment efforts are heating up again. Liberals believe that the Trump presidency is already destroyed. Now they’re trying to turn Republicans, enough of them to guarantee impeachment, their way. The question is whether a back room deal can be worked out by the Republicrats and Democans.

Resist! This storm shall pass too.

Breaking! Trump Fires Bannon

With Steve Bannon gone, two themes will likely emerge:

1. The globalists now have control of the White House. President Trump will have to rely on the people to somehow get the message to him that we elected him as a no-compromise anti-globalist.

2. Steve Bannon can be a greater asset to our cause outside the White House, if he still has fight left in him. He’s been shunted off the to side by Chief of Staff General Kelly anyway. Drudge has suggested that he may return to Breitbart. In fact, he has a poll up on Drudgereport about Bannon’s future. At Breitbart, Bannon can help increase awareness of exactly how the inner workings of the Trump White House function. He can also provide more accurate analysis of who our enemies within the White House are.

New York Times

Trump Tells Aides He Has Decided to Remove Stephen Bannon

President Trump has told senior aides that he has decided to remove Stephen K. Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist who helped Mr. Trump win the 2016 election, according to two administration officials briefed on the discussion.

The president and senior White House officials were debating when and how to dismiss Mr. Bannon. The two administration officials cautioned that Mr. Trump is known to be averse to confrontation within his inner circle, and could decide to keep on Mr. Bannon for some time.

As of Friday morning, the two men were still discussing Mr. Bannon’s future, the officials said. A person close to Mr. Bannon insisted the parting of ways was his idea, and that he had submitted his resignation to the president on Aug. 7, to be announced at the start of this week, but it was delayed in the wake of the racial unrest in Charlottesville, Va.

Mr. Bannon had clashed for months with other senior West Wing advisers and members of the president’s family.

But the loss of Mr. Bannon, the right-wing nationalist who helped propel some of Mr. Trump’s campaign promises into policy reality, raises the potential for the president to face criticism from the conservative news media base that supported him over the past year.

Mr. Bannon’s many critics bore down after the violence in Charlottesville. Outraged over Mr. Trump’s insistence that “both sides” were to blame for the violence that erupted at a white nationalist rally, leaving one woman dead, human rights activists demanded that the president fire so-called nationalists working in the West Wing. That group of hard-right populists in the White House is led by Mr. Bannon.

On Tuesday at Trump Tower in New York, Mr. Trump refused to guarantee Mr. Bannon’s job security but defended him as “not a racist” and “a friend.”

“We’ll see what happens with Mr. Bannon,” Mr. Trump said

Mr. Bannon’s dismissal followed an Aug. 16 interview he initiated with a writer with whom he had never spoken, with the progressive publication The American Prospect. In it, Mr. Bannon mockingly played down the American military threat to North Korea as nonsensical: “Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that ten million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons, I don’t know what you’re talking about, there’s no military solution here, they got us.”

He also bad-mouthed his colleagues in the Trump administration, vowed to oust a female diplomat at the State Department and mocked officials as “wetting themselves” over the consequences of radically changing trade policy.

Of the far right, he said, “These guys are a collection of clowns,” and he called it a “fringe element” of “losers.”

“We gotta help crush it,” he said in the interview, which people close to Mr. Bannon said he believed was off the record.

Mr. Bannon’s departure was long rumored in Washington. The president’s new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general who was brought on for his ability to organize a chaotic staff, was said to have grown weary of the chief strategist’s long-running feud with Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, the national security adviser.

Mr. Bannon had been aligned with Mr. Kelly’s predecessor, Reince Priebus, who was forced out in late July. More significantly, Mr. Bannon has been in a battle with Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, since the spring.

Mr. Bannon, whose campaign against “globalists” was a hallmark of his tenure steering the right-wing website, and Mr. Kushner had been allies throughout the transition process and through the beginning of the administration.

But their alliance ruptured as Mr. Trump elevated the roles of Gary D. Cohn, his top economic policy adviser and a former official at Goldman Sachs, and Dina Powell, a former Bush administration official who also worked on Wall Street. Mr. Cohn is a registered Democrat, and both he and Ms. Powell have been denounced by conservative media outlets as being antithetical to Mr. Trump’s populist message.

Mr. Cohn is a registered Democrat, and both he and Ms. Powell have been denounced by conservative media outlets as being antithetical to Mr. Trump’s populist message.

Roger Stone’s critique of Bannon certainly didn’t help his cause.

More later as this developing story shakes out.

Car Plows into Paris Crowd Killing Child, Trump Blames Alt-Right Nazi Thugs

Since the Paris, France, car attack story is still developing, let’s get American President Donald J. Trump to tie it to the alt-right.

He’ll be right in line with (((Big Media))) if he finds a way to blame White Nationalists. Hey, that WN might be yelling “Allahu Ackbar,” but what does it matter. The official narrative now is that the alt-right is responsible for everything bad in America, so why not the world.

Sputnik News

One person was killed and several more were injured after a driver directed his vehicle into a group of people outside a cafe, according to published reports.

The dead victim was an eight-year-old female, and estimates of the number of wounded range from five to eight, though police marked the number as five. The BMW auto struck patrons at a pizzeria in Sept-Sorts, which is a roughly one hour commute from Paris, French media outlets said.

The assailant was detained by French police as of Monday night, but officials have yet to determine whether the attack was intentional and planned out, the AP reported. According to a French news station, however, the attack was deliberate.

On December 19, a truck was weaponized in Berlin and used to run over a crowd at a Christmas market in Berlin, killing a dozen people.

I know he’s the American president, but traitor Trump should declare a state of emergency in Paris since the alt-right might try to march there.

Fox News Host Eric Bolling Sues Muslim Journalist for $50M Over Lewd Photo Allegation

Yashur Ali has been called out as crazy or sex obsessed before.

Eric Bolling, suspended Fox News host, has essentially labeled him a liar. It would be great to see a liberal Muslim writer ruined. He could always find work as a future taxi driver.

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter

Yashar Ali is being sued over stories about sexual harassment via text message.
Recently suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling is suing journalist Yashar Ali for defamation and is seeking $50 million in damages.

The lawsuit comes just days after Ali wrote an Aug. 4 story for HuffPost claiming that more than a dozen sources told him Bolling sent “an unsolicited photo of male genitalia via text message to at least two colleagues at Fox Business and one colleague at Fox News.”

On Saturday, Fox News suspended Bolling — recently a host on the talk show Fox News Specialists and Cashin’ In and formerly of The Five — amid an investigation into the claims. He has worked at Fox News since 2008.

Ali wrote Wednesday on Twitter that he has received a summons from Bolling and says he stands by his reporting and will protect his sources. In the initial story, Ali says he spoke to 14 sources on the condition of anonymity because they either currently work at the networks, can’t speak to press without permission or signed confidentiality agreements.

The summons, which was filed Wednesday in New York state court, says Bolling is seeking both damages and injunctive relief arising from Ali’s efforts to injure his reputation through “intentional and/or highly reckless publication of actionable false and misleading statements” about his conduct and character.

HuffPost issued a statement in response to the summons: “Yashar Ali is a careful and meticulous reporter. We stand by his reporting.” Editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen also wrote on Twitter that Ali is a paid freelancer under contract with HuffPost and the outlet has “no hesitation about standing by him financially in this case.”

Because Bolling is a public figure, to succeed on a defamation claim he will have to prove Ali either knew the information was false or acted with reckless disregard for the truth. He has retained Michael Bowe and Ronald Rossi from Kasowitz Benson Torres — the firm whose name partner Marc Kasowitz reps President Donald Trump. The firm also has ties to ousted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

In addition to HuffPost, Ali writes for Mother Jones and New York magazines. He has previously worked in politics, having served as deputy chief of staff to then-San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom.

Ali has been described in press reports as a “Los Angeles businessman” and was named a “Hillblazer” for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, a term that refers to individuals “who have contributed and/or raised $100,000 or more for Hillary for America, the Hillary Victory Fund and/or the Hillary Action Fund since the launch of this historic campaign on April 12, 2015.”

Ali also noted that HuffPost isn’t named in the suit. “[H]e is coming after me personally,” he tweeted. “I’m a big boy…but very telling.”

Video Emerges of Eric Bolling’s So-Called Sexual Harassment

One of Eric Bolling’s accusers, Dr. Caroline Heldman, pictured above, has been reported as “married” to another woman professor, Danielle Dirks, since 2014. Heldman denies such a marriage, although does state that radical feminist Dirks is her best friend.


I smell man-hating feminists who are anti-rape activists (anti white male activists).

Watch on youtube as Bolling calls Heldman Dr. McHottie.

The above video must be at least a year or more old. The Fox News host in the video, Brenda Buttner, died on February 17, 2017. Anyone who considers this incident to be sexual harassment has their head screwed on wrong.

This piece from Heavy is the latest I could find on Dr. McHottie, Caroline Heldman. Heldman is an anti-Trump leftist professor at Occidental College.

“Bolling would also contact me via phone and text after shows, sometimes to apologize for his behavior (and then do it again), and sometimes just to talk. He said he wanted to fly me out to New York for in-studio hits and to have ‘fun.’ He asked me to have meals with him on several occasions, but I found excuses not to go,” Heldman wrote (in part) on August 5.

“Once, he took me up to his office in New York, showed me his baseball jerseys, and in the brief time I was there, let me know that his office was his favorite place to have sex. I know other women have had similar experiences with Bolling, which means that lots of folks at Fox knew about his behavior well before 2017,” Heldman continued.

Unsurprisingly, she faced a great deal of backlash following her post. In response — or seemingly so — Heldman updated the cover photo on her Facebook page. She used an email that she received that called her a “liar,” though it was misspelled as “lier.”

“Bolling was one of three men from whom I experienced sexual harassment and gender discrimination (the others being Bill O’Reilly and Woody Fraser). O’Reilly was creepy in person; told me ‘when I was in college, professors didn’t look like you’; then called me ‘hysterical’ during a show, edited the interview, and retaliated by never having me on his show again,” Heldman wrote in her recent Facebook post.

Back in April, Heldman said she filed a complaint with Fox against O’Reilly. Hours later, O’Reilly was fired by the network, though it’s unclear if Heldman’s complaint actually had anything to do with that.

According to the Daily Mail, “Heldman is an advocate for rape victims and spearheads a campaign to do away with California’s statute of limitations in rape cases.”

Through his attorney, Eric Bolling denies any guilt.

Heldman is toxic, seeing sexual harassment everywhere. God help any male students in her classes.

Breaking! Fox News Trump Supporter Eric Bolling Suspended


Fox News host Eric Bolling comes across as a manly man with a healthy interest in the opposite sex. He’s the kind of male who is out of fashion today, where pajama boys, metrosexuals, and an assortment of fags are presented as role models to young men.

It’s easy to mentally picture Bolling flirting with the ladies. It’s not as easy, but not impossible to mentally picture him sending “inappropriate” photos to some of the seemingly sexualized Fox News “babes.”

The purge of Trump supporters at Fox should prove one thing: If Trump were truly controlled opposition, his high profile supporters would not be facing so much adversity.

Eric Bolling has recently become a big name on Fox News, after years of toiling in relative obscurity. By the time Fox is done, will anyone who supports Trump be left?

Bolling denies sending three Fox women pictures of male junk. It’s not clear if the pictures were of him or of other males, such as pron stars or perhaps news photos of Anthony Weiner’s private parts.


“Fox News Specialists” host Eric Bolling has been suspended from Fox News amid allegations that he sent unsolicited photos of male genitalia several years ago to at least two colleagues at Fox Business Network and at least one colleague at Fox News, Mediaite reported on Saturday. The claims were first reported by HuffPost, which cited a dozen sources.

“Eric Bolling has been suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway,” Fox News said in a statement emailed to Business Insider. The probe is being conducted by the law firm Paul Weiss.

The women who made the allegations against Bolling are either current or previous Fox employees who, when they received the messages, told colleagues they were very “upsetting” and “offensive.” One woman said that when she replied to Bolling’s text and told him never to send her photos like that again, he didn’t reply back.

When HuffPost contacted Fox on Friday, a spokesperson told the outlet, “We were just informed of this and plan to investigate the matter.”

When he was asked whether Bolling had ever sent any unsolicited or inappropriate messages to his colleagues at either Fox News or Fox Business, Bolling’s attorney Michael J. Bowe replied, “Mr. Bolling recalls no such inappropriate communications, does not believe he sent any such communications, and will vigorously pursue his legal remedies for any false and defamatory accusations that are made.”

Before getting a spot on “Fox News Specialists,” Bolling was a co-host on the popular evening program, “The Five.” He is an avid defender of President Donald Trump and has frequently drawn praise from the president. While Bolling’s suspension is in effect, rotating substitute hosts will be in place on The Specialists, as well as on Bolling’s weekend segment, “Cashin’ In.”

Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox, has seen a stream of high-profile departures over the last year in the wake of a number of sexual harassment scandals.

It started last summer, when former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, now deceased, was forced to resign when then host Gretchen Carlson accused him of unwanted sexual advances. Carlson subsequently left the network.

In April, primetime star Bill O’Reilly was forced to tender his resignation as well, following an exodus of advertisers that came on the heels of an explosive report saying O’Reilly and Fox News had paid out $13 million to five women to settle sexual-harassment claims they had brought against him. Multiple other women also accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment after the initial revelations.

Primetime commentator Megyn Kelly also left Fox News this year, reportedly partially because she was upset by O’Reilly’s criticism of her for publicly commenting on the sexual harassment she faced at Fox News, The New York Times reported in April.

Kelly talked about having been sexually harassed by Ailes in her book, which O’Reilly criticized her for in November. During an appearance on “CBS This Morning,” O’Reilly shot back at Kelly’s remarks and said, “Look, it’s open season. Let’s whack the Fox News Channel. I’ve had enough of it. It’s a good place to work, all right?”

In July, Jamie Horowitz, then the president of Fox Sports, was also fired amid an ongoing sexual harassment probe into his actions when he spearheaded the network.

An informative profile of Bolling and family can be read at Heavy. Bolling has one son and is a devout Catholic, going to church seven days a week.

Let’s see what happens here. I hope that another normal white man hasn’t been taken down by feminists.