By Christopher Suprun

“I know everything.”

If this is reminiscent of Alexander Haig who was “in charge” it shouldn’t be.  As bad as Secretary Haig was he was nowhere near as crazy as Mike Cernovich who claimed to know all when it comes to White House rumors.

Cernovich stated “If they get rid of (Steve) Bannon, you know what’s gonna happen? The motherlode. If Bannon is removed, there are gonna be divorces, because I know about the mistresses, the sugar babies, the drugs, the pill popping, the orgies…”  While these claims have not been backed up, he walked back any insinuation they were made against the Trump family.

This leaves many to wonder who is the target?  Jared Kushner, Reince Priebus, someone else?

This may be a play at those forces moderating President Trump, rather than Trump himself.  If so, it is a poor one.  White House staff likely have no intention of removing Steve Bannon.  As much trouble as he is, the saying goes it would be better to have him peeing out of the tent than peeing into it.

I have no doubts that some of his claims may actually be true, but that does not mean he has the facts behind it.  On the other hand, Cernovich has not always needed facts to start a story.

Mike Cernovich is known as a social media personality, writer, and conspiracy theorist.  He was one of the people who started the #Pizzagate conspiracy that endangered people in Washington, DC.  Facts didn’t matter then so they may not matter again.

Meanwhile Cernovich claimed to have been assaulted at this week’s tax march, but it appears he was barely bumped into after being told to leave.  The funny part of this is he is always crying about triggered snowflakes and here he is with no sign of bodily injury.

In the meantime, it is possible Steve Bannon has found a new White House role.  He was nowhere to be seen during the Easter Egg Hunt though they did have someone other than Sean Spicer playing the springtime folkloric figure.  Perhaps blackmail does work?

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