This is the trailer for Steve Bannon’s new Trump-supporting film, ‘Trump @War’, to be released on September 9th, on the 2-year anniversary of Hillary Clinton’s “Basket of Deplorables” speech and just in time to potentially influence the November 6th mid-term elections.
Meanwhile, Michael Moore has come out with the trailer for his new Trump-bashing film, ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’, to be released on September 21st, the poster for which I used as the thumbnail in this post, showing a corpulent Trump playing golf on the White House lawn while a combination alien death ray, straight out of the 1996 Hollywood blockbuster, ‘Independence Day’ and a nuclear mushroom cloud zap the Presidential residence.
Bannon’s trailer is a compilation of commentary, both from fulminating detractors, like CNN’s Don Lemon and worshipful supporters, like Fox’s Sebastian Gorka, the latter of whom ask what are the Democrats running on? “Are they going to vote on, ‘Let’s bring ISIS back?'” (Haha).
What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been, since the 2016 Election. There hasn’t been such a divisive social engineering campaign aimed against the American public since the Boomers’ 1968 Summer of Love/Generation Gap/Vietnam War Protests, which had an indelible impact on popular culture that has now transmogrified into Antifa through their Millennial children – with the help of Soros bucks.
The Antifa chants heard at the end, “No Trump, no wall, no USA at all,” tell you exactly whose side they’re on and with whom the Democrats have unfortunately aligned themselves.