Bannon On Hannity: Elites Allowed ‘Economic Hate Crimes’ Against Working People

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Steve Bannon held nothing back when he appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday, blasting the “elites” who for allowing “economic hate crimes” to be committed against working Americans in the heartland.


Bannon said, “The elites, represented by Mitch McConnell, right, they think I’m a bad guy. They think I’m a dangerous guy.”

“I wear their contempt is a badge of honor. Okay? They have helped destroy this country. They have done nothing but allow economic hate crimes against the working men and women in the heartland of this country.”

“The factories went to China and the drugs came in,” the Breitbart chief said.

Bannon gave the interview from Alabama, where he is campaigning on behalf of Judge Roy Moore in a Republican Senate runoff. President Trump himself is campaigning for Moore’s opponent, Luther Strange.

Bannon was asked by Sean Hannity about his previous comments on the Trump presidency being “over.”

Bannon replied, “It’s not gonna be over if we fight and help President Trump. He needs help. It’s the reason I left the white house. I told him I was going to go after the establishment, go after the establishment first and the Democrats later.”

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