So, Steve Bannon wasd confronted by a woman yesterday in a Richmond Va. as he searched for an original spittle flecked copy of “Mein Kampf”.
She called him a “piece of trash’ and made good her escape as the bookstore owner called the cops.
Twitter has the details. (and some juicy comments.)
A woman peacefully confronted Steve Bannon at Black Swan Books in Richmond, Virginia. The owner of the store called the cops on her. Siding with a white supremacist like Bannon is a terrible business model. I predict Black Swan Books will be out of business soon.
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) July 8, 2018
The owner of Black Swan Books, (Nicholas Trout Cooke, III) who was very concerned about making Steve Bannon comfortable, was a Episcopal priest whose wife Ellen Cooke resigned as national Episcopal treasurer after stealing $2.2 million in church donations https://t.co/SgdoaqTRLC
— Rafael 🔥 (@rafaelshimunov) July 8, 2018
Steve Bannon IS a piece of trash. Anyone going to call the cops on me?
Here, let's hashtag it #SteveBannonIsAPieceOfTrash
— Josie A (@JosieAPCat) July 8, 2018
The best part is this shitbird store owner was trying to defend his attempt to imprison someone for expressing her opinion as a defense of free speech. https://t.co/DSCvVx6p0K
— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) July 8, 2018
Steve Bannon’s tears in the morning…..
they smell like
Ã¢ÂÂ HistorysHysterectomy (@boylygrrl420) July 8, 2018
Many peeps believe that calling Steve Bannon "a piece of trash" is a factual statement. How is that different than POTUS calling people "low IQ" "sleepy eyed" etc.? Can we call the police on him? #Resist
— Elizabeth (@SaucyVegan) July 8, 2018
Sees "Steve Bannon" is trending.
Braces for inevitable discouragement.
Wonders why the police aren't called when people DON'T call SB a "piece of trash."
Goes back to bed.
— ChrisBoeskool (@TheBoeskool) July 8, 2018
A woman in a Virginia bookstore called Steve Bannon "a piece of trash." Steve replied, "I'll see you at home, Mom"#SteveBannon
— Paul Rudnick (@PaulRudnickNY) July 8, 2018