Former head of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Howard Dean (who wants that position again,) took to Canadian TV on Sunday to viciously smear recently appointed Trump chief strategist and former Breitbart News CEO Steven K. Bannon as a “Nazi.”
Dean, a former Vermont governor, described former RNC chairman Reince Priebus, who Trump appointed to be his chief of staff, as “a reasonable person,” said Trump is a “complicated person,” but went on a hate-filled rant about Steve Bannon, who he besmirched with vile, calling him “anti-Semitic,” “misogynist,” “anti-black,” and “anti-women.”
“He appoints a reasonable person, who’s much more conservative than I am, but for somebody who can talk to, as chief of staff, and then his senior adviser is a Nazi,” Dean said, piling on that he thinks Bannon is “anti-Semitic, he’s anti-black and he’s anti-women,” without providing any evidence of course.
When the CTV host was stunned at Dean’s labeling Bannon as a Nazi, Dean replied that “It’s a big word, and I don’t usually use it unless somebody’s really anti-Semitic, really misogynist and really anti-black.”
Dean’s hatchet job is further evidence that Democrats have learned absolutely nothing from their devastating nationwide losses on November 8.