Speaking at the ‘Liberty Restoration Foundation’ inaugural meeting on October 25, 2011 in Orlando, Florida, film-maker, formerBreitbart CEO, and current special Counselor to the President of the United States, Steve Bannon, spoke about the bank bailouts, the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, Brexit, and the beginning of a struggle to attack and reform the political establishment.
“You’re gonna be vilified,” he said about those who would fight to control federal spending. “Everything from here on in is gonna be hard and nasty and ugly and you’re gonna be called every name in the book.”
“If the elites are so good, how did we get in this jam?” he asked.
“The anger of the Tea Party is not racism, they’re not homophobes, they’re not nativist; what they are is common-sense, practical middle-class people that understand that they’re paying for their own and their children’s destruction,” he said in 2011. “Right? And that’s the rage.”
“Barack Obama is not the problem,” he also said. “Barack Obama is the symptom of the problem.”
And God bless President Trump for his wisdom in having Steve by his side.