Steve Bannon has completely lost it

Have you ever heard the term “delusions of grandeur?” People who suffer from this belief system think they’re much more important than they are. They think of themselves as significant figures in society and may even think they have special powers. These individuals are not rooted in reality and are most definitely people to avoid.

And we have many of these people walking about. Many are politicians. Some are NOT politicians but may believe they are or may even think they control the whole of the United States of America. I’m looking at you, Mr. Steve Bannon.

Bannon is, to put it nicely, a deeply troubled soul. To put it NOT so nicely, he is a crackpot. Bannon represents the worst of society. He is a bitter and morose individual who would most likely be in jail now had he not been pardoned by his partner in crime, the former insurrectionist.

In the tradition of many others who suffer from delusions of Grandeur, Bannon seems to believe that he is WAY more important than he is. And he is speaking out about it in stomach-turning detail.

“We control this country,” a psychotic Bannon said to the Association of Republican Presidential Appointees. (Lovely name. Sarcasm.)

Bannon referenced having “shock troops” on standby waiting to take over the country as soon as the GOP wins again. “If you’re going to take over the administrative state and deconstruct it, then you have to have shock troops prepared to take it over immediately,” Bannon said to NBC.

Bannon really seems to believe that he is important in the grand scheme of things. He is not. This is a desperate and futile little man who has no relevance or any importance except to a few people who still believe his lies. He is desperate for relevancy, desperate to be taken seriously, which will never happen.


I do thank Bannon for these great sound-bites. They will aid us well in the lead-up to the 2022 elections. After all, the GOP has not denounced these comments. I think they would be a great addition to future campaign commercials for our party.

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