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  – 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. 
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.