Here’s Nancy Pelosi, suggesting what’s making America less safe is having a “white supremacist” on the National Security Council. She calls Stephen Bannon a “white supremacist” twice in this clip.
Seriously, that’s a fucking gauntlet. That’s not accidental. That’s deliberately courting a fuckin’ fight, and I for one love the hell out of it. That’s basically Pelosi telling people to put their fucking helmets on, because a brawl is coming. It’s a direct challenge that cannot go unanswered.
It’s one of the few signs of life that I’ve seen from the Democrats and I for one welcome it. No more walking around in socks, trying not to make noise. Put on some boots and stomp on some goddamn heads.
At least, that’s what I hope. But the good news, whether they want a fight or not, that’s a genie you can’t put back in the bottle. They’ll HAVE to fight.
This also needs to reverberate around the Internet a little, because I think some people are like, “Oh, I guess people might think he’s a white supremacist because he was the executive editor on Breitbart, which espouses some white supremacist thought, but that doesn’t mean he’s a white supremacist, does it?”
Yes motherfuckers, Stephen Bannon AND Stephen Miller — the two people who wrote Trump’s Muslim ban — are both white supremacists. All the proof you need is this exchange between Miller and Bannon last year, during the campaign, on Miller’s radio show (via Vox):
BANNON: You saw these guest workers. You saw the CIS report yesterday. You saw that, what is it, 61 million? Isn’t the beating heart of this problem, the real beating heart of it, of what we gotta get sorted here, is not illegal immigration? As horrific as that is, and it’s horrific, don’t we have a problem, we’ve looked the other way on this legal immigration that’s kinda overwhelmed the country? When you look and there’s got 61 million, 20 percent of the country, is immigrants — is that not a massive problem? You were with Jeff Sessions for many, many years. Is that not the beating heart of this problem?
MILLER: Well, yes, it’s mind-boggling, and it is something I have talked about before at some length on your program. It’s important to understand that historically speaking, that immigration is supposed to be interrupted with periods of assimilation and integration. So if you looked at the numerically smaller immigration waves from 1880 to 1920, when the foreign-born population increased from 7 million to 14 million, there was zero immigration growth for the next half-century. In fact, the foreign-born population growth shrank remarkably. So from 1920 to 1970, the foreign-born population shrank from 14 million to about 10 million. The number of immigrants in the country, the total number of immigrants, shrank in 50 years, and the overall American population doubled. Now, to just finish this short history of immigration, from 1970 to today the foreign-born population has quadrupled, more than quadrupled, from less than 10 million to more than 40 million plus the kids that are from the CIS report.
BANNON: It’s scary. It’s scary.
What’s really scary is that Stephen Miller is the Senior Advisor to Trump. Stephen Bannon is on the National Security Council, and Jeff Sessions will be our Attorney General soon. “Law and order” in this country is about to be under the complete control of white supremacists. THAT is scary.