Steve Bannon calls for Ronna McDaniel's removal in rousing speech

 December 19, 2023

Pro-Trump firebrand Steve Bannon called for Ronna McDaniel's ouster from the leadership of the Republican party in a rousing speech at Turning Point USA's AmFest.

Bannon's speech fell on the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, and he didn't shy away from invoking the American Revolution, comparing the American people today to "Russian serfs" living under the heels of a ruthless, corrupt elite.

"McDaniel has got to go"

Bannon issued a fiery call for revolution against the tyrannical "deep state" and backstabbers on the right who have failed to stop - or actively collaborated with - the tyranny of the globalists, like "neocon Nikki" Haley and McDaniel.

"Ronna McDaniel has got to go," Bannon said.

The event was full of youthful enthusiasm for Donald Trump and anger toward the GOP establishment that has worked to thwart him for years.

"You are the greatest threat to the system there's ever been. This is why they fear Trump!" Bannon shouted.

Bannon said that Turning Point and its founder, Charlie Kirk, were picking up the slack for the failures of the Republican National Committee (RNC), which he accused of staging an expensive and "phony" presidential primary in an effort to stop Trump.

"$700 million in this phony primary, with the debates, and DeSanctimonious, neocon Nikki, all of it. All to do one stop Donald Trump."

Trump's fate...

Trump is dominating the Republican primary, leaving many to see his nomination as all but assured. But Bannon warned that the Republican establishment is preparing a push for "neocon Nikki" Haley to be the vice president.

"She's ambitious as Lucifer," he said.

The crowd of mostly young conservatives booed and began chanting "Tucker! Tucker!" in response.

Bannon called for McDaniel to be replaced with Donald Trump Jr. before delivering a rhapsodic tribute to his father, whom he compared to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and the Roman statesman Cincinnatus.

"His fate and his destiny is the fate and destiny of this Republic," he said.

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