The left appears to be a never-ending stream of Wile E. Coyote going after the elusive Road Runner as they pursue Steve Bannon.
What is most intriguing is that while Bannon deflects accusations, he also helps get out the vote in a remote region known as the Rio Grande Valley, creating a major populist movement that threatens the power structure of the ‘Wile E’ left.
It is ludicrous to see opponents continue to target Bannon. Counting the left’s defeats becomes tedious. At some point, everyone realizes that Coyote is employing failed recycled ideas and that the Road Runner has an active mind and cannot stop devising new ways to foil the old jackal. They are completely mismatched competitors.
Observing Bannon is often like listening to a symphony perform Ravel’s Bolero; one never knows how many layers of information he will combine before he is finished. Following Bannon’s train of thought is an enjoyable journey. His fans never become bored.
As was the case yesterday, when Bannon arrived at the courthouse, he was confronted by a magnificent contraption designed by Democrats to capture him at the courthouse, and he just spoke about the massive MAGA victories the night before, when Hispanics voted en masse for Republicans.
Bannon discussed the escalating unrest in the country due to the Democrats’ leftward shift into insanity, and how it was likely to result in a historic shift in Washington, D.C. not seen since 1932.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Bannon held court, pushed over their trap said what he wanted, and then blew off into the courthouse to face his hearing. You could almost see his legs spinning around from underneath him, like the Road Runner- off to his next destination. His approach to the reporters and their questions was hilarious and awesome.
But the boring left was focused on the next trap for Bannon, nonetheless- check it out.
CNN reported on the nonsense of ‘Get Bannon’:
“A federal judge on Wednesday refused to throw out the charges against Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress, sending the former Donald Trump adviser to trial next month.
Judge Carl Nichols of the DC District Court rejected Bannon’s motion to dismiss the case against him, including his arguments that the House select committee’s subpoenas were illegal and that he was protected by the secrecy of the presidency because he had been in contact with Trump at the end of his administration.
The decision is likely to add firepower to the House’s January 6 investigation, which is holding public hearings this month on its findings, and it blesses the Justice Department’s decision to indict Bannon, who had left the Trump administration in 2017. CONTINUE READING…