The man credited with winning the White House for Donald Trump has appeared on BBC Newsnight and controversially declared his former boss was a strong leader who would “lead his Nubian brothers to their promised glory. Usuthu!”
The founder of the alt-right news website Breitbart used an interview with Cathy Newman to proclaim that his former boss was the man that would end the historical suffering of African-Americans.
“It’s happening right now! Remember Black Lives Matter? You don’t hear a peep from them now because finally, they have one of their own in the White House.
“Go on to Breitbart, or any trusted website that hires 22-year-old racist contrarians, and you won’t find any mention of police brutality towards blacks. That can’t be an accident. The popo know they mess with his peeps then The Donald gonna land on them like Plymouth Rock.”
Mr Bannon also maintained that a biased liberal media went out of its way to deny the US President’s Afrocentric leanings.
“Everybody made jokes about covfefe. But anyone in Harlem knows it’s an old Creole word that was used to tell runaway slaves where the safe houses of the underground railroad were.
“Ask any Hip-Hop artist, and they will tell you his cool trademark thumbs-up and insistence on wearing baseball caps marks him as one of their own. Malcolm X, Toussaint Louverture, Huey Newton, even Shaka Zulu would be wearing MAGA caps if they were alive.
“Don’t take my word for it, ask the most esteemed black philosopher alive today; Kanye West.”