Steve Bannon says KKK may have to delay the race war another 20 years: "It's not the right time"

Steve Bannon says KKK may have to delay the race war another 20 years: "It's not the right time"

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In Steve Bannon's new book The Lovable Man Behind the Curtain—All I Wanted Was a White America and Starbucks Cups that said “Merry Christmas,” Bannon warns that the KKK might need to delay the race war "another 100 years. It's not the right time," citing the racially progressive politics of Clinton's presidency.

Donald Trump’s spectacular loss to Clinton in the presidential election engineered the downfall of his chief executive Steve Bannon, who has devoted his career to giving a unique platform for hateful rhetoric from white supremacists, sexist pigs, and neo-Nazis.

The loss clearly still hurts Bannon hard:

“Food has lost its taste. The colors aren’t vibrant anymore. (Not that I like too much color in this country anyway!) I no longer hope for a galactic empire or for a world where women stay in the goddamn kitchen where they belong,” begins Bannon’s book, heralded by Breitbart but no legitimate source of news as “transcendent, powerful in its solidarity.” The book raised eyebrows from critics on the left, where intellectuals are astounded that someone so quick to label his opposition as “snowflakes” is unable to cope with life post-election.

During his book tour, Bannon revealed to the press that he had found a therapist who has taught him about the importance of trigger warnings and staying off of social media filled with trolls who might make him sad. Breaking down in tears in front of cameras, Bannon concluded: “If there’s message I want to send any Klansmen or neo-Nazis watching, it’s that you do not need to stop being yourselves just because a progressive stole the White House from us.”  

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