Steve Bannon has delusions of grandeur.
I know there are a lot of folks who consider Bannon to be the driving force behind Donald Trump’s decisions, and in many cases, it may be true. But the whiny show he’s putting on lately looks to me like the behavior of someone who has no idea just how expendable they are. Unfortunately for the sentient mass of melanoma and hate, he failed to understand that at the end of the day, nobody takes a man who uses the word “cuck” seriously.
More importantly, Bannon aimed his cuck-cannon at the wrong guy: Jared Kushner. A report today in The Daily Beast has multiple sources inside the White House who say that Bannon (Trump’s chief strategist) calls Kushner (Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser) both a “cuck” and a “globalist” behind his back all the time. In case you didn’t click above on what cuck means, here’s another opportunity to familiarize yourself, though from a source that you’d better not claim I didn’t warn you about. And cuck is bad, but “globalist” has pretty racist overtones in the context of it coming from an alt-right jerkwad like Bannon.
There’s hardly anything sadder than a person who thinks they’re more important than they are. I mean, we get mad when we see it — racist rants in Wal-Mart about “foreigners” or someone attacking a couple for kissing publicly in a restaurant, only to be outed as a purveyor of sex tapes herself — but in reality, it’s just a sad, sad thing. And who are the saddest creatures on the planet right now? The alt-right, or as I prefer to call them, “modern day Nazis.” Wretches, every last one of them. Deserving of not only scorn, but of pity at their pathetic efforts to assert their misogynist, racist, backward views onto America. Watch some porn, you idiots. It’s free, and maybe you won’t shoot up a church or a clinic.
They go down one by one: Milo Yiannopoulos lost literally every gig he had, Richard Spencer getting punched is now a meme, and now Steve Bannon lost his perch high atop America’s security apparatus. All of these things happened because these guys thought they were more important than they were. In Bannon’s case, he thought he was more important than Trump, and the Trump of Doom blew his horn.
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