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BERKELEY FREE SPEECH WEEK: MILO TO BRING NAVY SEAL TO PROTECT ANN COULTER, STEVE BANNON, OTHER SPEAKERS

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  • Confirmed speakers include MILO, Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, Mike Cernovich, Pam Geller, David Horowitz, Erik Prince, and James Damore
  • Milo Yiannopoulos revealed that he is bringing a Navy SEAL team to assist with protecting the speakers.

 

Campus Reform reports:

In a statement to Campus Reform, Yiannopoulos further blasted the reports of possible cancellation, calling Mogulof’s comments “balderdash and piffle.”

Following his August pledge to spend “hundreds of thousands of dollars” on security at the event, Yiannopoulos also revealed that he is bringing a Navy SEAL team to assist with protecting the speakers.

“Our efforts are moving ahead at full speed to put together the best free speech event Berkeley has ever seen,” he said. “I am sparing no expense, including a 16-man Navy SEAL security detail for me and our speakers.”

“UC Berkeley has claimed that this will be a year of free speech, but they’ve quickly gone back to their old tricks,” Yiannopoulos observed. “They seem committed to the course of excluding speakers who don’t share their progressive authoritarian mindset from campus. It won’t fly, there is too much at stake for America, and too many eyes on both the university administration and the city of Berkeley.”

 

 

From freespeechweek.com:

Berkeley Free Speech Week will be a peaceful event with speakers and surprises at different locations on campus throughout each day. Berkeley Free Speech Week is open to all political ideologies, with speakers representing conservatives, libertarians, and even liberals.

BERKELEY FREE SPEECH WEEK WILL INCLUDE MORE THAN 20 SPEAKERS REPRESENTING DIVERSE VIEWPOINTS. CHECK BACK AS NEW SPEAKERS ARE ANNOUNCED THROUGHOUT SEPTEMBER.

Confirmed speakers include MILO, Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, Mike Cernovich, Pam Geller, David Horowitz, Erik Prince, and James Damore, as well as Ariana Rowlands, Chadwick Moore, Heather Mac Donald, Katie Hopkins, Lisa DePasquale, Lucian Wintrich, Miss Elaine, Monica Crowley, Raheem Kassam, SABO, and Stelion Onufrei.

 

Day One – Feminism Awareness Day

 

Feminism Awareness Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Feminism Awareness Day” speakers include Miss Elaine, Lucian Wintrich, Lisa DePasquale, Chadwick Moore, and MILO.
  • What: Explorations of the impact of feminism on free expression. Is feminism good for freedom, for women, and for society?”
  • When: Sunday, September 24 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

 

Day Two – ZUCK 2020

 

ZUCK 2020 QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “ZUCK 2020” speakers include Heather Mac Donald, Monica Crowley, SABO, and James Damore.
  • What: Discussions of free speech on the Internet. Can free speech survive under the progressive leftist monoculture of Silicon Valley, where CEOs decide what websites survive?
  • When: Tuesday, September 26 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Day 2 will culminate with a debate about the necessity of regulating internet platforms as public utilities in order to protect free expression online.

 

Day Three – Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day

 

Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day” speakers include Raheem Kassam, Katie Hopkins, Erik Prince, MILO, Pamela Geller, and David Horowitz.
  • What: Examinations of the compatibility of Islam and Western values. Will America follow Europe’s lead into Islamization?
  • When: Monday, September 25 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

 

Day Four – Mario Savio is Dead

 

Mario Savio is Dead QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “Mario Savio is Dead” speakers include Mike Cernovich, Charles Murray, Ariana Rowlands, Stelion Onufrei, Alex Marlow, MILO, Steve Bannon, and Ann Coulter.
  • What: Lectures on the nature of modern higher education. Are our universities teaching critical thinking and expanding worldviews, or cramming students full of politically correct noise?
  • When: Wednesday, September 27 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Dav 4 will conclude with the presentation of the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech.

 

 

Read more: http://freespeechweek.com/

 

 

 

 

 

BOOM! STEVE BANNON INFILTRATES UC BERKELEY WITH MILO FOR FREE SPEECH WEEK

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Watch out Berkeley antifa and snowflakes! Steve Bannon is coming to make you melt and explode at the same time.

From Milo Yiannopoulos:

He’s the voice of a nationwide rebellion. The man who terrifies globalist and leftist culture warriors like no other. Steve Bannon joins MILO at Free Speech Week.

Read more:

https://tinyurl.com/y7k429ra

 

 

 

 

OUCH! HILLARY CLINTON IS ‘NOT VERY BRIGHT’, SAYS STEVE BANNON

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Steve Bannon about Hillary Clinton’s leadership style in CBS’s Charlie Rose on 60 Minutes: Overtime.

“Hillary Clinton’s not very bright,” former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said during the taping of his first television interview since leaving the Trump administration.

“Her very first speech when she came off the beach was nonsense,” Bannon begins to Rose, “and this goes with something I want to address with you: Hillary Clinton’s not very bright.”

“Everybody says she’s so smart, so much smarter than Donald Trump . . . She doesn’t really have a grasp, she doesn’t have a grasp on what’s important and what’s not – and that’s what’s essential in a leader. Donald Trump has a grasp on what’s important and what’s marginalia.”

 

 

 

BANNON: ‘TEAM TRUMP’S ORIGINAL SIN IS WE EMBRACED THE ESTABLISHMENT WHO DON’T SUPPORT PRESIDENT’

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Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon seen in an interview with Charlie Rose for CBS News' 60 Minutes.

  • Bannon on Sen. Majority Mitch McConnell: “They do not support the President’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill. Everybody in this city knows it,”

 

“In the 48 hours after we won … you might call it the original sin of the administration. We embraced the establishment,” Bannon said during an interview with CBS News anchor Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes. “I mean, we totally embraced the establishment.”

He explained that he and Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner, and the rest of the family realized that they had to put together a government and let establishment Republicans into the administration.

“Our whole campaign was a little bit the island of misfit toys,” Bannon said.

He said that Senate Majority Mitch McConnell did not want Trump to drain the swamp and was acting against the president’s populist, economic agenda.

“They do not support the President’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill. Everybody in this city knows it,” he said.

 

Read more: …‘Original Sin’ of Team Trump Was Embracing the Establishment…

BANNON TO TRUMP: “100% CHANCE WIN IF YOU DOUBLE DOWN ON ECONOMIC NATIONALISM” EVEN AFTER ‘P***Y’ TAPE SCANDAL

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Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon and CBS News anchor Charlie Rose speak in the "Breitbart Embassy" in Washington, DC, on September 6, 2017.

 

  • Steve Bannon told Trump he had a “100%” chance to win the election if he just doubled down on the economic nationalist message
  • Bannon to Trump after Access Hollywood tape scandal: “Double down,’ every time [on the economic nationalism message]. They don’t care [about locker-room talk].”
  • Bannon: economic nationalism can unite Americans of all races and backgrounds

 

“Economic nationalism is what this country was built on. The American system—we look after our own. We look after our citizen, we look after our manufacturing base,” Bannon told CBS anchor Charlie Rose. “And guess what? This country’s going to be greater, more united, more powerful than it’s ever been. This is not astrophysics. And by the way, that’s every nationality, every race, every religion, every sexual preference.”

Bannon pointed out that “as long as you’re an American citizen, you’re part of this populous economic nationalist movement.”

Bannon said his belief in how much economic nationalism can unite Americans of all races and backgrounds was why he told President Donald Trump that he thought he was going to win the election after the Access Hollywood tape was released. Some of Trump’s advisers thought he had no chance and even urged Trump to drop out of the race. The Breitbart News executive chairman, though, said he told Trump he had a “100%” chance to win the election if he just doubled down on the economic nationalist message.

“That’s why I told him, ‘Double down,’ every time [on the economic nationalism message],’ Bannon recalled. “And on that day that’s the first time and only time he ever got upset with me. He goes, ‘Come on, it’s not 100%.” I go, ‘It’s absolutely 100%.’ And I told him why. They don’t care [about locker-room talk].”

In the end, Bannon was right, as Trump shocked the world and the political elites on election night, as his economic nationalism message galvanized Americans who had not voted in presidential elections because they just got sick and tired of voting for candidates who only appealed to the 3.8%.

Bannon told Rose that the “American system” of “protection of our manufacturing, financial system that lends to manufacturers … and the control of our borders” has always been built “on our citizens.”

 

Read more: Bannon on 60 Minutes: Economic Nationalism Will Unite Americans of All Races, Nationalities, Religions, Sexual Preferences

 

STEVE BANNON: MITCH McCONNELL TOLD TRUMP TO STOP ‘DRAIN THE SWAMP’ TALK

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Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon and CBS News anchor Charlie Rose speak in the "Breitbart Embassy" in Washington, DC, on September 6, 2017.

 

  • Steve Bannon: Mitch McConnell basically says, “I don’t wanna hear any more of this ‘drain the swamp’ talk.”
  • They ( GOP establishment ) do not support the president’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill.
  • Bannon: Mitch McConnell, and to a degree, Paul Ryan. They do not want Donald Trump’s populist, economic nationalist agenda to be implemented
  • Steve Bannon to Charlie Rose during 60-Minutes interview: “And by the way I hate 60-minutes!”

 

 

 

Video source: CBS News 

CBS’s Charlie Rose was at the famed “Breitbart Embassy” in Washington, D.C., Wednesday to film a marquee segment for Sunday’s 60 Minutes broadcast.

Here’s preview:

BANNON: The Republican establishment is trying to nullify the 2016 election. That’s a brutal fact we have to face.

ROSE: The Republican establishment?

BANNON: The Republican establishment.

ROSE: Wants to nullify the 2016 election?

BANNON: Trying to nullify the 2016 election. Absolutely.

ROSE: Who?

BANNON: I think Mitch McConnell, and to a degree, Paul Ryan. They do not want Donald Trump’s populist, economic nationalist agenda to be implemented. It’s very obvious. It’s obvious as– it’s obvious as the– it’s obvious as night follows day.

ROSE: Give me a story that illustrates that.

BANNON:  Oh, Mitch McConnell when we first met him, I mean, he was– he was– he– he said, I think in one of the first meetings in Trump Tower with the president, as we’re wrapping up, he basically says, “I don’t wanna hear any more of this ‘drain the swamp’ talk.” He– c– flat out. He goes, “A guy up on Capitol Hill can’t buy a Coke unless it’s gotta be reported.” He says, “I can’t– I can’t hire any smart people,” because everybody’s all over him for reporting requirements  and the pay, et cetera, and the scrutiny. You know, “You gotta back off that.” The “Drain the Swamp” thing was– is Mitch McConnell was day one did not wanna– did not wanna go there. Wanted us to back off.

ROSE: You are attacking on many fronts people who you need to help you to get things done.

BANNON: They’re not gonna help you unless they’re put on notice. They’re gonna be held accountable if they do not support the President of the United States. Right now there’s no accountability. They have totally– they do not support the president’s program. It’s an open secret on Capitol Hill. Everybody in this city knows it.

ROSE: And so therefore, now that you’re out of the White House, you’re going to war with them?

BANNON:  Absolutely.

 

 

TRUMP RESISTS AS JOHN KELLY TRIES TO CONTROL: STILL BINGE-WATCH FOX NEWS, CALLS STEVE BANNON, READS BREITBART

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  • Chief of Staff John Kelly tried to control who the president talks to, but Trump is continuing to call business friends and outside advisers, including former chief strategist Steve Bannon
  • Kelly wants to stop Trump from binge-watching Fox News and read conservative news sources
  • Trump asked a friend recently where The Daily Caller and Breitbart were, after Kelly banned them.
  • Trump lashes out at after Kelly for wanting him to refrain from injecting politics into day-to-day issues of governing.
  • Kelly told sources, ‘he had never been spoken to like that during 35 years of serving his country and would not abide such treatment in the future’
  • Most if not all of the White House staffers Kelly have removed, pushed out, or resigned have been Trump loyalists who were with him during the campaign

Report: Chafing Under Gen. Kelly’s Control, Trump Continues to Call Close Friends and Advisers

Kelly has tried to control who the president talks to, but Trump is continuing to call business friends and outside advisers, including former chief strategist Steve Bannon, the report by the Washington Post said.

Trump calls Bannon and others from his personal phone when Kelly is not around, the report said.

“Donald Trump resists being handled,” Roger Stone, former Trump adviser and longtime confidant, told the Post.

“Nobody tells him who to see, who to listen to, what to read, what he can say,” he said. “General Kelly is trying to treat the president like a mushroom. Keeping him in the dark and feeding him s— is not going to work. Donald Trump is a free spirit.”

 

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