Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Midnight Meme Of The Day!


-by Noah

Whatever will become of Steve Bannon? Too many people have focused excessive attention on just his role in Michael Wolfe's Fire & Fury book when he was, in fact, by far, not the only source of the information about Señor Trumpanzee and the dangerously massive insanity and dysfunction of Trump and the Trump administration confirmed by the book. But, people do focus on Steve Bannon and he likes that just fine. His ego feeds on attention much like his idol's ego does.

Once it appeared that the things Bannon is quoted as saying in the book would cost him his place as an influence in the political world, he panicked and issued a groveling apology to his former boss. He used the old cliched "out of context" and "didn't mean it" excuse. Too late? Probably not. Bannon knows what Trump likes like any top-paid whore would. Trump craves obsequious stoking and praise and Bannon knows the buttons, big and small, as well as well as any of Trump's wives or playgirls, call girls, or whatever, in his past.

Bannon is a pro of his own kind. It's not just the white supremacy aspect of Bannon that turns Trump on. How else does one explain how Trump, a man who obsessively demands a certain style of dress and grooming, put up with him? Bannon is an openly booze-breathed unkempt slob. Trump himself has called Bannon "Sloppy Steve." At the same time, he had no tolerance whatsoever for Sean Spicer's sartorial style the day after the inauguration. Yet, in Spicer's case, tailors were called in and the very next day, Spicer was suited up Trump-style. Bannon? Trump liked him just the way he was. We've all known couples like that. There's just a connection there, unseen or not. Call it chemistry. Call it need. Call it what you will.

Bannon probably thought Judge Roy Moore was going to win and that would make him a king maker and the apple of Trump's eye. Rumor has it, Bannon's ego was so out of control that he had begun seeing himself as presidential material. That thought may be understandable when you consider how much time he has spent with Trump. I mean, if you had political ambitions, wouldn't you look at Trump as proof that anyone, anyone at all, can be president

But then, Moore lost, and the book came out. Suddenly, the floor came out from under Bannon's feet. Will Señor Trumpanzee take back his ex? Should we be surprised if he does? Or, will Bannon be cast into the garbage can of history like the stinking, moldy, can of Spam that he is.

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At 4:48 AM, Anonymous Hone said...

Ewwww. Bannon is so reprehensible and sloppy! Good question, whether or not he will be back in the fold. Doubtful, I would think, but anything could happen in the White House playpen. Kids are so unpredictable!

At 9:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spam resents being compared to Bannon.


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