“The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” Bannon said Friday, shortly after confirming his departure. “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over.”
Why does nobody take that seriously? What if that is actually the truth? What else did Bannon say and do?
“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,” Bannon told Bloomberg Businessweek’s Joshua Green.
Another Breitbart report says:
In the wake of his departure from the White House, former chief strategist Steve Bannon is reportedly preparing for war — and is starting by meeting with the billionaire Mercer family.
Isn’t it likely that “THEY” finally got to Trump, that something has been uncovered or fabricated that may lead to Trump and his family loosing everything they have? When Trump fired the FBI director James Comey and shortly after a special prosecutor, Robert Mueller, was appointed, Trumps reaction was “This is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!”. Maybe he knew, right there, in May already, that he’ll be forced to submit to Wallstreet. Maybe he knew then already that he was going to be made another ‘lame duck’ president. And if Trump knew it, Bannon knew it.
It is no fringe theory that Wallstreet and the Federal Reserve direct US politics. I think it’s obvious because they have total control over the money, the valuation of companies and thereby the economy. And it’s not just control over the US economy, but over most of the world’s economy.
Doesn’t all the unmasking by the Obama administration, the constant leaks, the complete rejection of everything Trump wants to achieve by a majority republican senate and the judiciary, the constant pounding by nearly all media, lead to the conclusion, that the big funding party of ALL parties, Wallstreet, insists on taking over policy making. Going back in time, one could look at the fabricated peeing Russia prostitutes story, made up by a former intelligence agent, as a warning to Trump, about to what lengths the ‘deep state’ can go to destroy him.
Didn’t Trump and Bannon say for years that Washington is an entirely corrupt system (the swamp) which can only be overturned by a huge popular movement. They money men on Wallstreet and the Federal Reserve will do anything to crush this movement. If they have to pay violent Antifa thugs to beat up Trump supporters, they have done and continue to do that. If they have to buy and bribe republican politicians to vote against Trump, they do that. If they have to dig for some long ago petty crime or manufacture evidence for an alleged crime, they will do that.
Trump has the choice between being totally destroyed or putting a smile on his face every morning and playing ‘lame duck’ like Obama did. They probably don’t even care if he acts out a second term, as long as he does what he’s told and keeps playing golf.
Maybe Bannon sees the only chance in overturning this corrupt system by increasing the support from roughly 50% of the voters to 2/3 or more. That’s why he wants to start a media war. Good luck with that (and I mean it). The problem he likely cannot overcome is that more than 50% of the population is entirely dependent on that big all encompassing state. All government employees, incl. teachers, police, military, etc. plus a lot of private companies which work mostly for the government and a huge number of poor people rely on the state to feed them and their families. They will continue to vote for politicians who promise to feed them, no matter what party affiliation.
Yes, this is a conspiracy theory, but it currently looks more logical to me than speculations about a smart, persuasive move by God-emperor Trump (remember that God-emperor is meant jokingly, even though plenty of people want to believe it literally).