Am I alone in worrying we've gone from outrage over Nick Griffin on Question Time in 2009 to the normalisation of Steve Bannon on ITV & Lbc?— Jason Beattie (@JBeattieMirror) July 15, 2018
Just to repeat: #CambridgeAnalytica and its offshoot AIQ is under multiple investigations by @ICOnews @ElectoralCommUK and Parliament for subverting UK laws...— Peter Jukes (@peterjukes) July 15, 2018
And British media fawns over its founder Steve Bannon without even challenging him on this?
Dereliction or collusion?
among people Mueller says Russian intelligence contacted after stealing data: “Lee Stranahan, co-host of ‘Fault Lines’ on Russian-owned Sputnik radio network but back then at Breitbart News, whose chief Steve Bannon, joined Trump’s campaign that August” https://t.co/zeU88nTQZQ— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) July 16, 2018
Here are the other Americans likely to be indicted by Mueller, tied to Russian interference: Roger Stone, Donald Trump, Jr, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Brad Parscale, Rudy Giuliani, Sean Hannity, Devin Nunes, Michael Cohen, Sam Clovis, Carter Page, Steve Bannon and Donald Trump.— Scott Dworkin (@funder) July 15, 2018
This is the moment Steve Bannon called Tommy Robinson "the backbone of this country" after his interview with Nigel Farage. https://t.co/MfdVJThFjS— LBC (@LBC) July 16, 2018
It's 2021.— Mike Hind (@MikeH_PR) July 16, 2018
There's a fragile Labour government.
Gove has proved unable to unite the Conservatives.
UKIP has received a mysterious cash injection. It is rebranding, with a funky name.
Johnson is in talks with Farage about standing as its leader.
Steve Bannon lives in London.
Hi @piersmorgan.— Owen Jones🌹 (@OwenJones84) July 15, 2018
Can you please explain clearly why you conducted a hectoring, aggressive interview against a left-wing Muslim woman, but a respectful, unchallenging interview with the Mussolini-admiring far right extremist Steve Bannon? pic.twitter.com/Adk2rEgKUX
This is a very compelling thread, and since @leahmcelrath is reticent about where her thoughts are leading, I’ll merely note that my thoughts went straight to one of Steve Bannon’s favorite writers. And Steve Bannon is into some seriously freaky stuff, man. https://t.co/7MWKo1bPyD— Ron Hogan (@RonHogan) July 16, 2018
More so than Clinton, we could have had Maya Harris in the White House.— Imani Gandy o—€ (@AngryBlackLady) July 17, 2018
Instead of Steve fucking Bannon.
Ugh. I want to crawl under my bed.