This film exposes the bizarre and Orwellian attacks against Trump supporters, and the efforts to distort Trump’s message and stop him. Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, released this movie to chronicle Trump’s road to the White House. Most importantly, Bannon says the movie shows why it is critical for every American who voted for Trump in 2016 to support him in the midterms.
This is the problem with being on the right side of history. George Soros is half right. Trump has created a large number of core supporters. Arguably the “Trump Effect” was in existence before Trump. The sentiment in America that we must save our country urgently, was already there. But by taking bold steps to do so, we seem to have about an equal number of misguided or even evil people who will fight us, where nothing seems to be off limits for them. IS MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN BAD FOR AMERICA? Of course not, unless you’re George Soros.
There is something in common between a large percentage of the Bernie voters and a large percentage of the Trump voters. They understand that the American citizen, the worker, is a shareholder in this country and that we have been getting screwed by the elites.
Clearly we have different ideas about what can or should be done to solve this problem. But Populism isn’t going away. In fact, it is spreading into a worldwide phenomenon. Not only is Populism spreading within Western Civilization, but even in places like India, the papers have reported on the “Trump effect” catching on over there.
In this interview, Bannon lays it all out rather brilliantly. Get used to the words Populism and Populist, as we will all be hearing them a lot more. Enjoy.
This is an absolute MUST WATCH VIDEO! Three revolutionary, controversial and increasingly relevant voices in dialogue, about the fading traditional media and the rise of Internet as a tool for human evolution, metaphysically and intellectually.
The best speech of the Trump Presidency so far and possibly the best State of the Union since even before Reagan.