Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s White House strategist, got into a convoluted mess of “wake up” and “wake up” analogies that made critics laugh.
Earlier this week, Bannon promoted the extremist “Awakening Army” that supports the former president and his right-wing ilk.
This startling praise came years after Bannon struck out at “wake up” — meaning, in the talk of an extremist, those who are sensitive to the needs and rights of others. As anyone who follows the English language knows, “wake up” means the same thing as “wake up”.
This “army,” Bannon said, would sweep the election, as he first indicated earlier this month.
“Our current activities are we’re building an army of wake-ups, taking over district strategies, running election boards, and voting boards, with volunteers called American Citizens,” he said in his “War Room” podcast.
Bannon may have stumbled upon the word entanglement thanks to QAnon.
Law’s “Great Awakening” was supposed to happen on January 20, 2021, when Joe Biden was sworn in as president. Instead, QAnon’s supporters were convinced that on this “Great Awakening” day, Trump would expose their imagined Satan-worshiping crew of pedophilia Democratic cannibals, declare martial law and remain in power.
Bannon invoked the “Army of the Awakened” when he insisted on Wednesday that his podcast will be “starring” at an upcoming January 6 hearing from the House Select Committee that is expected to explore violent actions by proud boys. , oath guards, and their supporters, their weapons caches and assault on police officers during the attack on the US Capitol.
J6 [the committee] About shutting down the Army of the Awakened,” he insisted. Bannon cautioned that he “shuts down Trump, but he comes after you, too.”
Bannon is battling two criminal contempt of Congress charges because he refused to comply with a subpoena to testify in the Jan. 6 commission’s investigation.