America’s Great Divide: Steve Bannon, 2nd Interview | FRONTLINE Jan 13, 2020

I actually DO watch these things before posting them – as I have been “burned” before by not doing proper ‘due diligence’! So it took me awhile to post this 2nd Interview – but I’m now satisfied that it is consistent with the prologue described on the YouTube page so here it is.. 

Steve Bannon is a media executive and political strategist. He served as executive chairman of Breitbart News, as an adviser to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, and later as chief strategist in the Trump White House. Bannon’s candid interview was conducted with FRONTLINE on September 19, 2019 during the making of the two-part January 2020 documentary series “America’s Great Divide: From Obama to Trump.” Watch Part One here: https://youtu.be/SnMBYMOTwEs

4 comments

  1. I apologize, the information you reveal is so deep and entangled in so many areas, such as the Pedophile/Catholic Church fiasco, La Cosa Nostra, Deutsche Bank, Epstein and his “BxTCH, ALL the Presidents lawyers on his TV Legal Team who BTW – IMO – are not acting as Lawyers but as “INVOLVED CO-CONSPIRATORS TRYING TO SAVE THEIR COLLECTIVE ASSES AND THIS INCLUDES THE ENTIRE SENATE TOO in this insanely tangled web!! I’m out of bandwidth right now – until this IMPEACHMENT TRIAL has concluded so thanks a lot for all your work – I need to read it all but alas it will have to be back-burnered for the time being so I can give it the due diligence it deserves.

    OH AND THANKS for your ‘deep dive’ on the Epstein post too.. I for one appreciate your work THERE a lot as you probably know already. I’ve had to go back on my Prescription Opioid meds just to keep my blood pressure in range but I’ll be OK once this IMPEACHMENT is concluded – and BTW – it will not conclude like any of us think it will – there will be SHOCK AND AWE after it is done, be prepared! 😊

  2. LOL.. you have NO IDEA how hard it was to suffer my way through this total maniac’s rants. OUCH!! But I figure if I’m gonna post it I should know what I’m posting – and besides – it was my opportunity to get real insight into the REAL Steve.. and it was scary!!

    BTW – I had no idea about this: “The interesting thing with the Mercers is that they put a lot of money against McCain, who then had to take money from casino magnate Sheldon Adelson. McCain had taxed their hedge fund basket (?options?). Mercers were connect to LaFarage and Brexit and Cambridge analytica, etc. I can’t recall (or find) the Mercers’ religion.” You are always an interesting surprise.. 😊

    • This is a good summary of the connections. https://bridge.georgetown.edu/research/robert-mercers-financing-of-islamophobia/ Heartland mentioned was pushing nuclear is good for you hormesis. Mercers are funders of Gatestone, too, which may not be in that summary. I’m not sure if that is the article that tells about all of the Mercer connections to Deutsche Bank and Russia investments – especially Rebekah’s French born husband with a slavic sounding or Jewish surname. And, the mystery algorithms that give them such large profits – which may be from inside information.

      I suspect that Mercer is Roman Catholic and perhaps married to someone who is Jewish and the daughter a “non-denominational” Christian or possibly Roman Catholic (or even Jewish).

      There’s a strange number of Irish Catholic and Italian Catholics in this thing (Cosa Nostra?=”Our thing”) In case I forget to say in the comment on the other Bannon video, I noticed that he’s says something like Americans are being treated like serfs/new feudalism, but he’s actually waxing nostalgic for a sort of feudalism/corporatism. Instead of listening to the second two hours I thought about the first 56 minutes and wondered if we are looking at a sort of Catholic corporatism/neo-fascism. Also thought about the odds are that his ancestors arrived somewhere between the 1840s and present. So, African Americans didn’t move into his neighborhood, as he claimed. Rather, by moving into Virginia, his family moved into the neighborhood where African Americans first arrived ca 1619. White House attorney Pasquale Cipollone’s father seems to have arrived as recently as 1947. Didn’t we have enough Italians already? Cipollone has 10 kids!

  3. It’s always good to listen to the entire thing. That’s a challenge when they are so long. I guess that Bannon proves that some Irish are as long-winded as the Scots – or more so. I wrote a still unposted comment on the first 56 minutes I survived of the first Bannon interview but realized that it opens a whole can of worms regarding the forgotten Mercers. Not sure how you survived so many hours of Bannon. The interesting thing with the Mercers is that they put a lot of money against McCain, who then had to take money from casino magnate Sheldon Adelson. McCain had taxed their hedge fund basket (?options?). Mercers were connect to LaFarage and Brexit and Cambridge analytica, etc. I can’t recall (or find) the Mercers’ religion. I think it may matter. They also didn’t challenge Bannon on anything or contextualize for the first 56 minutes, but let him go on like an open-ended interview without critique. It’s the contextualize that is the tough part.

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