By Thomas Paine
Steve Bannon

Is Bannon, in fact, an informant for the FBI?

If you were to ask any American that is politically astute who Steve Bannon really is, they would most likely refer to Bannon as an ardent supporter and advocate for President Trump. After all, Bannon hosts a major podcast called ‘War Room: Pandemic with Steve Bannon’, which is viewed by millions of conservative activists every single month, who probably know very little about him and his actual history.

Bannon routinely interviews top figures in the Trump movement, almost always proclaiming his support for President Trump on his show. When Bannon was ordered to appear in a D.C. courthouse in November of 2021, for failing to respond to a subpoena from the Pelosi-led January 6th Committee, he used the coverage of the event to attempt to attach himself to President Trump—claiming that by charging him with contempt, Pelosi was ‘taking on Steve Bannon and Donald Trump’. Bannon would like people to forget that he was fired by Trump from the White House staff in the first year of Trump’s presidency.Pandemic with Steve Bannon’, which is viewed by millions of conservative activists every single month, who probably know very little about him and his actual history.

In this particular case, Bannon was found guilty of Contempt of Congress and faces up to four months in prison and a $6,500 fine. Peter Navarro, a former advisor to President Trump, was found guilty of the exact same crime, yet, Navarro was sentenced to two year in prison and faces a $100,000 fine. Both Navarro and Bannon are appealing their convictions. Navarro faces incarceration on January 25th, 2024 while Bannon, convicted of the same crime by the same judge in the same courtroom, remains free pending his appeal. Why? This case, and the preferential treatment given to Steve Bannon in the legal system, highlights a disturbing trend throughout Bannon’s long and storied career.

We Build The Wall' $15 Million Scam Scandal

In fact, Bannon was charged with stealing more than $15 million from Republican donors through his foundation, “We Build The Wall”. Bannon co-founded the organization with a man named Brian Kolfage, who in April pleaded guilty to fraud charges for siphoning donations from the Bannon-led ‘charity’.

Kolfage has since been sentenced to over four years in prison. Though his co-founder is already serving his sentence for the ‘We Build The Wall’ scam, Bannon received a pardon for the federal charges filed against him from President Trump prior to the matter going to trial. Bannon was subsequently charged with the same crime in New York State. Because Bannon was pardoned prior to his federal trial, the charges from New York State do not not constitute double-jeopardy. The New York State charges of multimillion dollar theft was supposed to go to trial in October of 2023, but is now mysteriously postponed to May of 2014. 

Once Again We Must Ask: Is Bannon an Informant?

Steve Bannon and Jeffrey Epstein

Bannon Has Clear Ties To Serial Pedophile Rapist, Jeffery Epstein

The New York Post has documented Bannon visiting Sex trafficker and Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in New York.

In fact, Steve Bannon served as an advisor to infamous child sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein, even coaching Epstein before he gave an interview to CBS News. Bannon reportedly told Epstein to “look directly into the camera now and then,” and to “not to share his racist theories on Black people.”

In an article published by The Guardian on Bannon’s connection to Epstein, Bannon dismissed the debated prep as part of a “documentary” that had been previously unannounced.

While some clips of the documentary that Bannon made with the prolific sex trafficker Epstein have leaked and can be found on the internet, the reportedly finished documentary, allegedly engineered to rehabilitate Epstein’s public image, has disappeared. Why would Steve Bannon be making a documentary with known pedophile, child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein?

In that same Guardian article, it is revealed that Bannon reportedly told a CNN reporter in 2021 that Trump is “showing signs of dementia,” and that he may be removed from office. That comment reportedly did not make the final cut of the interview aired by CNN. Republicans interviewed for this article told us that Bannon actually contemplated challenging Trump himself for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, going so far as to feel out Trump White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway to be his running mate. Conway reportedly scoffed at the idea.

After the 2016 presidential election, Bannon was allegedly a frequent visitor to Jeffery Epstein’s New York mansion. Rolling Stone also covered this fact back in 2021, even interviewing a guest who had been introduced to Bannon at Epstein’s mansion. The guest said about Epstein and Bannon’s relationship, “He was the main person that [Epstein] would brag about to literally everyone. It wasn’t a secret. [Epstein] loved having this ‘one famous person’ around that he would talk about and introduce to everyone. Almost like [he was] using Bannon to get more people to accept him. That’s my sense.”

Why was Steve Bannon hanging around Jeffery Epstein’s mansion, and furthermore, was Bannon aware of Epstein’s prolific child trafficking and pedophilia? The New York Post reported that many copies of child pornography were found in the exact Manhattan mansion which Bannon frequented. The FBI was also seen removing boxes with thousands of DVDs from Epstein’s Manhattan mansion when the property was raided after Epstein’s arrest.

We Build The Wall' $15 Million Scam Scandal

Bannon not only frequented Epstein’s Manhattan mansion, but also was a guest at Epstein’s home in Paris.

Many have speculated that Jeffery Epstein was an asset of U.S. intelligence agencies, mainly, the Central Intelligence Agency. When compiling their information for the article about Bannon’s ties to Jeffery Epstein, Rolling Stone reportedly spoke to a former employee of Steve Bannon, who claimed that Bannon routinely insinuated that he also worked for the CIA. Rolling Stone reported: He [Bannon] always insinuated that he was still working with the CIA, even when he was outside the White House, which is completely bullshit,” but this reporter has been unable to find any substantiation of that boast.


Some of the most shocking revelations about Bannon were made in a book released by author Michael Wolff, who also documented Bannon referring to the Trump Real-Estate Organization as a “criminal enterprise” and that Trump was “not the billionaire he said he was, just another scumbag.”

In the same book, Bannon also claimed that investigations into Trump’s finances would reveal further evidence of a criminal enterprise. Bannon said, “This is where it isn’t a witch hunt – even for the hard core, this is where he turns into just a crooked business guy, and one worth $50M instead of $10B.”

President Trump fired Steve Bannon from his White House position in 2017 and released the following statement:

Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. Steve was a staffer who worked for me after I had already won the nomination by defeating seventeen candidates, often described as the most talented field ever assembled in the Republican Party.

Now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country. Yet Steve had everything to do with the loss of a Senate seat in Alabama held for more than thirty years by Republicans. Steve doesn’t represent my base—he’s only in it for himself.

Steve pretends to be at war with the media, which he calls the opposition party, yet he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was. It is the only thing he does well. Steve was rarely in a one-on-one meeting with me and only pretends to have had influence to fool a few people with no access and no clue, whom he helped write phony books.”

It seems that Trump nailed it.

It is not out of the realm of possibility that Bannon is, in fact, an asset of U.S. intelligence agencies and is simply working on behalf of nefarious organizations in order to infiltrate and eventually bring down the Trump movement. After all, with all the talk of connection between Trump and Epstein, the only legitimate tie existing within Trump’s political career is that of Steve Bannon.

The evidence is damningand when chronologized, spells out an extremely troubling picture.