Steve Bannon Resigned (Updated)

Whether you like Steve Bannon or not, this political move should alarm you . . . .  a lot.

It was initially reported, Bannon put his resignation into President Trump, and now the media is doing a round about trying to pull another “stump” . . . . on you, and/or we the people.

Yahoo reported via Newsweek the following first, and always check the timestamp on everything you read:

Trump told senior aides that he had decided to remove Bannon but that the former Breitbart News chief had also handed in his resignation on August 7, effective August 14, the Times reported. 

ABC News confirmed that Bannon had resigned and noted that August 14 was the one-year anniversary of his hiring by the president’s campaign. Bannon is expected to return to Breitbart after leaving the White House, according to New York magazine.

Approximately 10 hours later, The Associated Press used this title:

Trump Ousts Bannon, His Influential, Divisive Strategist

There was a time when AP was a reliable source, but something in America changed. Unfortunately while many people are struggling or others get too busy with “eat, drink and be merry”, then when most look up America . . . . as they knew it . . . . got rearranged.

Focusing on truth is like playing a real game of darts. You, “the aimer” keep your eye on the target and disregard all distractions . . . . or “you”, the aimer will miss “your” strategic target or mark.

There was a point in the campaign when Steve Bannon stepped in. He helped rally the troops with his expanse of skill and knowledge gathering the forgotten working man/woman . . . . along with Evangelical Christians.

Many don’t even know what the latter means anymore, but inside the White House it means something is uneven . . . . (the score).

WHAT did you vote for?

I’ve already written about the web of Liberals in the Trump Administration, and only grazed the subject. Most are linked to Ivanka Trump by her marriage to Jared Kushner.

Steve Bannon spoke with the Weekly Standard and stated the following:

“On August 7th , I talked to [Chief of Staff John] Kelly and to the President, and I told them that my resignation would be effective the following Monday, on the 14th,” he said. “I’d always planned on spending one year. General Kelly has brought in a great new system, but I said it would be best. I want to get back to Breitbart.”

Finally, I could write the following until I’m blue in the face, and it probably would not amount to a hill of beans. Someone would most likely take umbrage, and cast their personal disparagement upon this writer . . . . and yes, that would be . . . . me.

So, you read the final paragraphs taken directly from the Weekly Standard, and ponder it for what it’s worth . . . . then with foresight ask yourself, “How does it affect me and my family?”.

It is plainly Bannon’s view that his departure is not a defeat for him personally, but for the ideology he’d urged upon the president, as reflected in Trump’s provocative inaugural address—in which he spoke of self-dealing Washington politicians, and their policies that led to the shuttered factories and broken lives of what he called “American carnage.” Bannon co-authored that speech (and privately complained that it had been toned down by West Wing moderates like Ivanka and Jared).

And, he says, Trump encouraged him to take on the Republican establishment. “I said, ‘look, I’ll focus on going after the establishment.’ He said, ‘good, I need that.’ I said, ‘look, I’ll always be here covering for you.’”

Again, as a business man . . . . and not all I’ve seen is what I call “on the up and up”, in little ole me’s (I’m no attorney) business eye, he appears to be doing a pretty good job . . . . but, after this move . . . . .

Can you answer this question?

Why are Liberals, Globalists, Democrats . . . .  or anyone inside or outside of the RNC, GOP, Establishment even complaining now that Bannon is out?

It’s really not intended to be a riddle . . . . I glide as much as I can . . . . given what all I know . . . . down the middle.  When one has no dog in the political fight, then there is no real left or right.

I merely turn on the figurative light, so people can see . . . . America’s less detailed, more clutter free . . . . political reality.

Plot twist already!

If you read The New York Times, they’ve done a bit of a turn about, and Rupert Murdock’s son appears to have caused a bit of a disturbance which has something to do with Fox News.

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