On Thursday former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon released a trailer for his upcoming film, “Trump @ War.” The trailer depicted a diverse set of notable conservatives articulating what’s at stake in the upcoming midterm elections.
“This election cycle is about the highest stakes possible for our nation,” Hungarian-American military and intelligent analyst Sebastian Gorka bluntly asserted in the 2-1/2 minute long video.
“If the Democrats win the midterms, they are going to go after Donald Trump for impeachment,” added black conservative commentator Sonnie Johnson.
Speaking with the left-wing news purveyor Axios after the trailer’s release, Bannon predicted that President Donald Trump will love it: “How jacked do we think Trump will be when he sees this?” he asked rhetorically.
“If you’re a deplorable, you’ll literally standing on your chair with your pitchfork saying: ‘I’ve got to get people out to vote,'” he added.
While true, Bannon neglected to take into consideration the reaction his trailer might provoke from deranged liberals whose entire lives revolve around trying to dethrone the president.
The far-leftists at Mediaite described the trailer as “nightmarish,” while the leftists on Twitter accused the trailer of being “propaganda”:
Great something else our lying theif in charge can promote from office. The never ending rain of propoganda seems to be drowning us.
— Becca ???? (@Angel0Morte) August 16, 2018
My guess is that Bannon notifies him that he could either down with the Trump ship … or help fund the propaganda machine to try to keep Trump in power while earning a pardon.
— AB (@a5hbat) August 16, 2018
Bannon’s new attack ad “movie” is just another sad home video from a lonely guy on YouTube. He’s a joke until you give his alt-right propaganda clicks. Then the joke’s on you.
— Tommy Vietor (@TVietor08) August 16, 2018
another shitty propaganda film from Steve Bannon. I suppose faux martyrdom is the new thing. Left = ISIS. Right = Jesus on the cross. https://t.co/aMdIR3tw66
— Sam P. Kapoor (@SamPKapoor) August 16, 2018
Steve Bannon and its information flows ( web / movies / interviews / etc… ) comes very close to what a modern Joseph Goebbels would have worked his propaganda. Same disregard for truth and facts, and a real talent to paint a fake reality to avid fans…
— Patrick Nomico (@mobydivingdick) August 16, 2018
Speaking of Nazis like Joseph Goebbels, Bannon’s trailer contained a lot of footage of veritable left-wing brownshirts attacking, assaulting and beating up Trump supporters, including a homeless woman who was attacked two years ago while trying to protect the president’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
The trailer also showed Democrat politicians and their allies in Hollywood promoting violence against supporters of the president.
Dovetailing back to Bannon’s interview with Axios, he revealed that he’s also launched a new political group, Citizens of the American Republic, to help drum up enough support for Republicans to hold the House and Senate come November.
“The war room is up and running,” he said. “When I got involved [with the Trump presidential campaign] in August 2016, Trump was down 12, 14, 16 points. Democrats thought I was a clown. They never took him seriously. We caught them napping. We can do it again.”
“I think we can hold this to a net loss [for Republicans] of under 15 seats,” he said. “All the whining I hear among establishment Republicans, all the whining I hear in the official corridors of the Republican Party, has got to stop.”
Even political commentator Ben Shapiro, who used to work for Bannon but now essentially hates the man, appears to agrees. Writing for The Daily Wire this week, he argued that to be successful in the midterms, Republicans must show themselves “willing to fight [the] Left tooth and nail.”
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