A couple of days ago, Breitbart News reported that President Donald Trump and his White House chief strategist Steve Bannon had an old history of anti-Semitism and anti-Black racism in the past.
But the report has since been proven to be completely false, and Breitbart News has since retracted its article and replaced it with a much more accurate version.
Bannon was accused of “Nazi” and “white nationalist” tendencies by the New York Times and other outlets for years, but the president and Bannon have denied these accusations, calling them “nonsense.”
But as Breitbart News recently reported, the two men are also guilty of being bigots and racists in their own right, and have used their positions at the Breitbart News to push a range of hateful policies.
One of the most recent controversies involves the president’s decision to temporarily ban Syrian refugees from entering the United States in September, and the president has been known to threaten to deport immigrants with the intention of turning them into the next generation of racists.
“When I say, ‘deport all of these people’ I mean, the ones with the worst potential for creating a generation of racist, anti-Muslim, anti-, racist, Islamophobic, anti-” Bannon told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on November 7, 2016.
The president also told Breitbart News in an interview last year that it was “very important” for the U.S. to “defeat ISIS” and that the U-S-A policy was the best way to do it.
Trump’s campaign and administration have been particularly prone to anti-Semitic, racist, and Islamophobic rhetoric, and Bannon is no exception.
Breitbart News uncovered the history of racism and bigotry Bannon has been accused of perpetrating in the administration through his work with Trump, Breitbart, and Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Bannon is one of the president Trump’s closest political advisers, and was one of his earliest and most ardent supporters, a fact that made him one of Trump’s most loyal advisers.
He was also one of Breitbart News’ most influential voices on the alt-right, and one of its most influential Trump critics.
Bannon has also been accused in the media of promoting white nationalism, white nationalism’s ideology of racial purity, and of promoting racial and anti–Muslim sentiment.
Breitbart and others, including The Atlantic and Mother Jones, have written about Bannon’s history of supporting white supremacy and racism, including a 2016 article in which Bannon claimed that the “anti-Muslim” and anti-“anti-Black” hate groups were a “little known phenomenon” that was “really quite big.”
He also claimed that “the anti-immigrant movement” was “actually growing.”
But Bannon’s “little-known phenomenon” was the “antiracist movement,” which he also helped promote with the alt–right movement.
The alt–rights movement, which began in the 1970s as a fringe anti–Semitic fringe movement, is a much larger phenomenon than Bannon’s alt–ight.
Bannon, in an October 2017 interview with Fox News’ Bill O”Reilly, claimed that his alt–righters are “the true racists.
“Breitbart News and The Atlantic also reported that Bannon “claimed to have been ‘fired from Breitbart News for racism.’
“And Bannon’s former White House adviser and Breitbart CEO Stephen Bannon has said that “if you look at the alt—right and the alt left, they’re just a fringe movement.
“Breitbart and The American Prospect published a detailed report on Bannon’s racist history last year, and also found Bannon to be one of two “anti–Semitic ideologues” in the Trump administration.
Bannon and Breitbart have been accused for years of anti–Black racism, and at one point, the White Nationalist News and Views website used the hashtag “#RacistWhiteNationalists,” which was taken down by the website’s parent company, the alt right site The Daily Stormer, after the site was sued by the Southern Poverty Law Center. “
It is the most vile form of hate speech, period,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said.
Bannon and Breitbart have been accused for years of anti–Black racism, and at one point, the White Nationalist News and Views website used the hashtag “#RacistWhiteNationalists,” which was taken down by the website’s parent company, the alt right site The Daily Stormer, after the site was sued by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Bannon also has long said that there was a “Jewish conspiracy” behind the murder of John F. Kennedy and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
“There’s a Jewish conspiracy,” Bannon said in 2017, according to Breitbart.
“I’ve got a lot of Jews around me.
They’re all very loyal to me.
I mean they’re loyal to my mother.
They love me, I’m loyal to them.”
In 2018, Breitbart published an article on Breitbart.com titled, “Trump has been the Jewish conspiracy theorist he claims to be,” in which Breitbart Senior Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow wrote that Trump “is no longer the White nationalist he was when he first ran for office, but is instead a member of the conspiracy that orchestrated the JFK