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    Bannon:'Bezos-Washington Post Is 'Purely Part of the Apparatus of the Democrat Party'

    .... " circle the wagons ! "

    Bannon compares Moore report to Trump Access Hollywood tape

    By Jacqueline Alemany, Kathryn Watson CBS News

    MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE—At a speech in New Hampshire Thursday night, GOP strategist Steve Bannon compared the accusations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to the release of President Trump's infamous "Access Hollywood" video during the 2016 election.

    "But it's interesting," Bannon told the audience. "The Bezos-Amazon-Washington Post that dropped that dime on Donald Trump, is the same Bezos-Amazon-Washington Post that dropped the dime this afternoon on Judge Roy Moore. Now is that a coincidence? That's what I mean when I say opposition party, right? It's purely part of the apparatus of the Democratic Party. They don't make any bones about it. By the way, I don't mind it. I'll call them out every day."

    Bannon called out the media saying, "it's not a free and fair media anymore."

    "You know, I run Breitbart, we're kind of an advocacy group in our own way, in the way we present grassroots and present working class people and economic nationalism, we're not shy about it," Bannon said. "Guys come to me for jobs and I say I'm not looking to hire people who want to win Pulitzers, I'm looking for people who want to be Pulitzer. Right? So I don't mind it, but I think it's a strange coincidence."

    Bannon called it the accusations "politics of self-destruction," as he headlined the 603 Alliance's "Taking On The Establishment" fundraiser benefiting candidates running for the statehouse. Bannon's defense — that the Washington Post report was an orchestrated political attack — echoed Moore's campaign statement calling the Washington Post report the "very definition of fake news and intentional defamation."

    .....Bannon backed the insurgent conservative who made headlines for his far-right beliefs – Moore has said that homosexuality should be illegal and that Muslims should be banned from serving in Congress — over sitting Senator Luther Strange, who was endorsed by Mr. Trump. In a radio appearance after Moore's primary win over Strange in September, Bannon sought credit for Moore's victory, bragging that he was "6-0" with special election candidates. He mocked the President for being "5-1."

    "Do not get on the wrong side of the football of your base. Listen to the people, please," Bannon added on Sirius XM's "Breitbart News Daily.".......
    "E-A-G-L-E-S ... EAGLES!"

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