Je suis Stephen Bannon

The Obama-controlled media has chosen President-Elect Donald Trump's chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, to embody the "nationalism is dangerous" narrative.

The term "white nationalist" has crossed the lips of nearly every pundit, leftist politician, and race-baiter in the country in the last few days.  Harry Reid said he wants President-elect Trump to rescind Bannon's appointment. 

The same corporate media outlets who ignored Obama's affiliation with black nationalists; card-carrying communists; black separatists; and an anti-white, anti-Semitic Chicago preacher, and who refused to release a 2003 video of Obama attending a birthday bash for Israel-hater Rashid Khalidi with domestic terrorists Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers in attendance, are calling Bannon a "white supremacist" and "anti-Semite."  That's rich.

Obama proved he's up to his eyeballs in the attack on Bannon as well.  At a press conference in Athens, Greece, Obama stated, "We are going to have to guard against a crude sort of nationalism or ethnic identity or tribalism that is built around an 'us' and a 'them.'"  Then he claimed that Americans know how "dangerous" this "crude nationalism" can be. 

Obama, the radical, left-wing, Marxist-trained community organizer who rose to power playing one group against the other, is lecturing us on the dangers of identity politics. 

What about the lady Obama chose as his closest adviser in 2008 with barely a whisper from the mainstream media?  I don't recall the Democrats and their propagandists throwing a fit over Valerie Jarretts' ties to "death to America" Iran.  

Jarrett is an anti-American, anti-ghetto black Hyde Park slumlord elitist whose communist-saturated background was A-okay with the press in 2008.

The Iranian-born leftist radical with ties to communist Bill Ayers helped shove through Obamacare, picked a fight with the Catholic Church over including contraception in the health care law, and ushered in a real cop-hating, Castro-loving, black supremacist self-avowed communist revolutionary as Obama's green jobs czar in 2009.  Jarrett gushed all over Anthony "Van" Jones in a speech at the 2009 NetRoots National Convention.  Jones is a big reason we have cops being ambushed, shot, and killed over the last four years.

Jarrett even became the de facto president while Obama golfed and campaigned for eight years.  In 2009, he stated that "she speaks for me ... someone I trust completely," and she said we "have a mind meld."  

Fortunately, that mind meld gave us President-elect Donald J. Trump.  With the help of Stephen Bannon, he won in a landslide. 

Bannon is white and conservative, and he loves his country.  That's Obama's definition of a white nationalist.  In Obama's America, 60 million of us are Stephen Bannon.

The Obama-controlled media has chosen President-Elect Donald Trump's chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, to embody the "nationalism is dangerous" narrative.

The term "white nationalist" has crossed the lips of nearly every pundit, leftist politician, and race-baiter in the country in the last few days.  Harry Reid said he wants President-elect Trump to rescind Bannon's appointment. 

The same corporate media outlets who ignored Obama's affiliation with black nationalists; card-carrying communists; black separatists; and an anti-white, anti-Semitic Chicago preacher, and who refused to release a 2003 video of Obama attending a birthday bash for Israel-hater Rashid Khalidi with domestic terrorists Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers in attendance, are calling Bannon a "white supremacist" and "anti-Semite."  That's rich.

Obama proved he's up to his eyeballs in the attack on Bannon as well.  At a press conference in Athens, Greece, Obama stated, "We are going to have to guard against a crude sort of nationalism or ethnic identity or tribalism that is built around an 'us' and a 'them.'"  Then he claimed that Americans know how "dangerous" this "crude nationalism" can be. 

Obama, the radical, left-wing, Marxist-trained community organizer who rose to power playing one group against the other, is lecturing us on the dangers of identity politics. 

What about the lady Obama chose as his closest adviser in 2008 with barely a whisper from the mainstream media?  I don't recall the Democrats and their propagandists throwing a fit over Valerie Jarretts' ties to "death to America" Iran.  

Jarrett is an anti-American, anti-ghetto black Hyde Park slumlord elitist whose communist-saturated background was A-okay with the press in 2008.

The Iranian-born leftist radical with ties to communist Bill Ayers helped shove through Obamacare, picked a fight with the Catholic Church over including contraception in the health care law, and ushered in a real cop-hating, Castro-loving, black supremacist self-avowed communist revolutionary as Obama's green jobs czar in 2009.  Jarrett gushed all over Anthony "Van" Jones in a speech at the 2009 NetRoots National Convention.  Jones is a big reason we have cops being ambushed, shot, and killed over the last four years.

Jarrett even became the de facto president while Obama golfed and campaigned for eight years.  In 2009, he stated that "she speaks for me ... someone I trust completely," and she said we "have a mind meld."  

Fortunately, that mind meld gave us President-elect Donald J. Trump.  With the help of Stephen Bannon, he won in a landslide. 

Bannon is white and conservative, and he loves his country.  That's Obama's definition of a white nationalist.  In Obama's America, 60 million of us are Stephen Bannon.