They sure love the working class… until they don’t…

The Cedar Lounge Revolution

I was reading the Guardian at the weekend and there was an interesting piece on roving ambassador for… er… well, who knows what, one S. Bannon. He’s been lavishing praise on various figures from Boris Johnson to Tommy Robinson.

He said Johnson should continue to make similar points. He told the Sunday Times (paywall): “Boris just needs to be Boris – true to his nature and his calling – and I think he has potential to be a great prime minister, not a good one.”

And as for Robinson…

“Tommy is not just a guy but a movement in and of himself now. He represents the working class and channels a lot of the frustration of everyday, blue-collar Britons … He is a force of nature – like Kanye [West] – not built to be managed.”

Bannon does love to drop the term ‘working class’ into his conversations. Which is…

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