Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon weighed in on the state of late-night television and Hollywood throughout a segment on Thursday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM.Co-hosting Thursday’s show
with Breitbart London Editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam, Bannon kept in mind that late-night hosts Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel were progressively upping their level of anti-Trump vitriol in order to compete with one another, and said Breitbart News’Huge Hollywood section was assisting to expose celebs for how”dumb” they are.”Andrew [Breitbart] constantly stated,’Culture
is up-river from politics,'”Bannon informed a caller who asked about the impact of entertainment on the culture.”Today as you know, news is sort of everything, even Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert. To drive viewership, the way that Kimmel and Colbert are competing in late-night right now is to make it really political, very anti-Trump.””So what we’re doing is exposing them, “Bannon continued.”That’s one of the factors Big Hollywood is on fire,
since all we do is expose the hypocrisy of these idiots in the show business.” “By the method, you got ta understand something, “Bannon continued.” These stars and actresses; they’re all dumb
as ticks. And they’re lazy. They’re like pieces of furniture … That’s why film participation is down, people are tired of it. It’s why they’re not enjoying the National Football League, cutting the cord on ESPN. They’ve politicized whatever. And you men are voting with your feet, which I think is fantastic.”Bannon likewise forecasted that a number of celebs will seriously consider running for president in 2020.”You’re gon na have billionaire run,”
he stated.”I’m not saying [Dwayne] The Rock [Johnson]’s going to run, but I think
a couple individuals like The Rock are going to take a look … I think people like him, I’m not stating him, however I think there will be a variety of stars that do have a look at this.” Listen to Bannon’s full segment above.Breitbart News Daily airs on SiriusXM Patriot 125 weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Eastern.