Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon evoked his fascist fantasy by calling on former Trump officials to help the next Republican president get a stranglehold on the government.
"Fox News, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Times of London, The Sun etc etc etc" now "all lockstep against Trump," Bannon insisted.
As the former White House adviser spoke to the media, a protester made sure his sign with the words "Failed Coup" appeared in as many photos as possible.
The former White House adviser and Donald Trump are working for Charles Herbster's election as governor despite allegations he groped eight women.
The senior policy adviser behind many of Trump's policy decisions had resisted previous efforts by the House committee investigating the insurrection.
Leaked emails show Stephen Miller is as racist as you think he is and now democrats are calling for him to resign.
On the other hand, "I'm Black, from cradle to grave," the Georgia congressional candidate told Steve Bannon. "I don't have a choice."
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon could face prison time after being indicted for refusing to testify before the committee probing the Jan. 6 riot.
Republican Tina Peters was charged with 13 counts, including attempting to influence a public servant, criminal impersonation and first-degree official misconduct.