Steven BANNON Leaves National Security Council After SUSAN RICE Takedown!

by Pamela Williams
 
Wow, Stephen Bannon is leaving his position in the National Security Council.  He says his job is done, after the takedown of Susan Rice.   Bannon has exited his role on President Donald Trump’s National Security Council, claiming that his mission is complete.
“Susan Rice operationalized the NSC during the last administration. I was put on to ensure that it was de-operationalized,” Bannon said in a statement to the Wall Street Journal. The council suffered a tumultuous transition after Trump’s first National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn resigned less than a month after he took office and was replaced by Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.
I am thinking my instincts must be on track, in that I feel Susan Rice is going to take a big fall.  Bannon must be pretty certain she is going to be slammed in his announcing of this news.  Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Obama allies were furious that Bannon was allowed on the council, even though he rarely attended meetings.
A White House official said that Bannon was placed on the committee in part to monitor Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and never attended a meeting. He’s no longer needed with McMaster in charge of the council, the official said.  So Bannon was also monitoring Flynn? Hmmmm…
 
So this is the logistics of the shakeup.

  1. The role of Homeland Security Adviser, Tom Bossert, has been downgraded.  
  2. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has been given responsibility for setting the agenda for the meetings of the NSC or the Homeland Security Council.
  3. However McMaster is authorized to delegate that authority to Bossert at his discretion.
  4. Under the move, the national intelligence director, Dan Coats, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, are again “regular attendees” of the NSC’s principals committee.

 
So it looks like Steve Bannon was put in as a spy of sorts.  They knew what role Susan Rice had played for Obama during the Benghazi tragedy, so they intended on keeping a trained eye on her.  Or at least that is the way it sounds to me.  If that was their goal, they caught her red-handed.  I truly believe she is going down!
 
Source:  www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-04-05/bannon-removed-from-national-security-council-role-in-shakeup


Navy Seal who was at Benghazi says Susan Rice is lying again, and he is sick of it. He believes Devin Nunes will make sure that Susan Rice pays for unmasking American citizens and for the Benghazi lie.

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16 thoughts on “Steven BANNON Leaves National Security Council After SUSAN RICE Takedown!

  1. Zero weaponized all the federal agencies. He never in a million years thought anybody but a fellow traveler would succeed him, and he got very, very sloppy. Look for him to flee to a non-extraditable Mooslim Hell-hole within 90 days.

  2. Our friend blue put this out…
    “Better to downgrade him to sewer technician.? Bannon’s newest book, The Fourth Turning, is a dystopic lens of a new political order arising out of the ashes of another major crisis, qualifying it as predictive programming.?”In Bannon’s view, we are in the midst of an existential war, and everything is a part of that conflict. Treaties must be torn up, enemies named, culture changed. Global conflagration, should it occur, would only prove the theory correct. For Bannon, the Fourth Turning has arrived. … The apocalypse is now.”?“What we are witnessing,” Bannon told The Washington Post last month, “is the birth of a new political order.””

  3. I am glad that Bannon has said this. I never thought this guy would want to stay in politics that long. He’ll be much happier in the private sphere rather than the governmental one.

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