Bannon Retires From Security Council To Spend More Time With Family

(Washington D.C.)   God-fearing Christian Patriot Steve Bannon will be free to spend more time with his family after retiring from his position on President Trump's National Security Council this week.

Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon

"It was time," the former TV producer said while printing up some fliers about Jews and the banks on the printer in his White House office. "The country's running great, so no problem there, and I just haven't been able to spend the time with my kids, Adolf and O.J. like I want to. They grow up so fast, you know."

"I've really missed 'em," the former website editor went on to say from his Wolf's Lair atop a castle in suburban Virginia. "They've been attending meetings, rousing minorities, even burning crosses all without me because I've been so busy with this Security Council stuff. Well, not any more. Now we can do things as a family."

Wife Eva has longed for the day when her husband would be able to spend more time with her and the kids. "Vee are very pleased he eez home." she said while ironing some white sheets. "Vee need him to be here, to go vis us ven ve go out to see if ze people have zer papers."

Bannon has attended Security Council meetings since taking over Trump's team and making them great with his idea that America should be filled with white people who are from America. 

Brett Erickson