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Bannon’s priorities backward

Steve Bannon is threatening GOP politicians for thwarting the president’s agenda. One must be 100 percent loyal to the president (gee, sounds like some banana republic pronouncement). Shouldn’t loyalty to and concern for the welfare of the nation take precedence over taking a knee to any president? Bannon also accuses these same politicians of trying thereby to nullify the election and thwart the will of the people.

Guess he didn’t mind that they tried to nullify the 2008 and 2012 elections and thwart the will of the people, because he sure never ranted about that.

Jackie McCowen-Rose



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