Steve Bannon Forced Out At Breitbart

Today was the day that MAGA officially died.

Consider the news: Donald Trump is going to Davos, he called Jeb!’s DACA amnesty a “Bill of Love,” he said that he would sign ANY immigration bill passed by Congress, endorsed doing “comprehensive immigration reform” and Steve Bannon has been forced out at 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.”

It’s over.

We’ve said all along that civic nationalism was doomed. In Steve Bannon’s case, the cause of death was 1.) the fact that his champion Donald Trump is a narcissist and con artist who lacks a coherent ideology and 2.) the fact that his platform Breitbart is owned and funded by Zionist Jews who could pull the plug at any time. Bannon tried to be a real clever operator and navigate that world. He used Israel as political jujitsu against Jared Kushner. Now his only friend is Mort Klein of the Zionist Organization of America who considers Bannon “a strong fighter against anti-Semitism.”

The collapse of Bannonism will leave behind a political vacuum. The Trump presidency will continue on as George W. Bush’s third term. The Alt-Lite will be reabsorbed into conservatism which is nothing but a tool of Jewish interests and wealthy donors. The populist and nationalist discontent that Bannon tapped into and channeled into the Trump campaign will continue to fester and grow without him. Truth be told, this was a pretty dumb move on the part of the Jews because MAGA was a safety valve.

Donald Trump was a fake populist and nationalist. We need to move into the void and occupy that space. We also need to articulate our platform and contrast it with conservatism.

9 Comments

  1. Pick up the fumble and run for daylight.

    Greg Johnson had a great discussion with Styxhexenhammer, others have engaged Sargon of Akkad – healing the damage caused by the last year – building bridges with the rest of the political spectrum. If we are the more disciplined, more principled, and more coherent side, inevitably the other side will falter and we will be picking up adherents. Molyneaux, JB Peterson, Bannon, have all had major failings in the last 30 days, white nationalism has been the beneficiary.

    9 out of 9 winning days in 2018.

    Just keep engaging.

    • @afterthought

      I was just thinking the same thing. Republican ideology will not be satisfying to all of the disenfranchised followers. It’s land grab time. I recommend using Bannon as an eternal example of trying to play middle ground and what the Republican agenda does to those that compromise.

      Who are the followers of Breitbart? Young/old…business class? Working class? We need to find these people and mingle.

    • He’s exhibiting Cuckspah. Groveling in confusion as the Jews strike him then wondering why no one backs him up.

    • Alcohol is a hell of a drug! Bannon seems as if he were programmed to destruct — by his gormless generation, by his jew schmarmy vatican ii catholicism and civic nationalist concessions. His handling of the seditious Wolff screed was alcoholic tier. While POTUS Trump is fickle for lack of ideological content. Sad to think Bannon was the best ideologically stable strategist the eternal boomer gen had to offer. Given the jewish GOP junta, it looks like its all scorched earth. Leo Strauss is laughing in his grave, and Sheriff Matt Dillon is unable to expel the criminals with a hearty,”get the hell out of Dodge.”

  2. Bannon is the Ultimate avatar of Styx/Sargon Civic Nationalism/Liberal date. Out on his arse groveling to Jews while condemned by them anyway. Cuckspah. The Cuck Grovels in Confusion as the Jew strikes him.

    • “I tried to accommodate you dominance with a plausible fiction” the Cuckspah shrieked, “I kept the gate and diverted the goyim from the red pill feed” He sobbed, “why do you strike at me so roughly chosen ones?”

      Lulz.

  3. Bannon’s failings are obvious, as is his repugnant philo-Semitism. But it is certainly looking like Fire and Fury portrays him as the lesser of two evils, by far, from our perspective, as he tried to fight Kushner on issues where Kushner was doing great harm.

    Could be a worthwhile read.

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