People Are Mercilessly Roasting Steve Bannon With Reimagined Movie Titles 😂

Sometimes, Twitter comes up with an idea that is so random – but at the same time, beyond hilarious. Who was at the center of the viral quip this time around? None other than Former White House Chief Strategist, Steve Bannon. 

One person took a movie title and made a parodied version that included his name, and like that, #SteveBannonAMovie was born. 

The trending hashtag came soon after an interview with MSNBC. He claimed that both sides were to blame at the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a counter-protestor named Heather Heyer was murdered. Trump caused a massive upset when he claimed that there was “blame on both sides” for the white supremacists, and those protesting them. 

Bannon backed him up:

“No, he’s absolutely correct.”

He continued, claiming that Antifa, an anti-facist group who track and speaks against neo-Nazis, was as violent as neo-Nazis themselves:

“When you talk about the people that come there for violence, he’s condemned those people. He condemned the neo-Confederates. He condemned the neo-Nazis. He condemned the KKK. He also condemned Antifa…The problem with the left and the problem with the mainstream media, you give Antifa a complete, free pass. They are just as violent as the Neo-Confederates. They’re just as violent as these KKK guys, and they have to be condemned”

Given these recent statements, movie ranged from “Fifty Shades of Racism” to “Hate Actually”

Some went as far as to visuals:

Here are some of the most laugh out loud, gut-busting ones we could find:

Twitter got creative with the different possibilities: 

In 2016, Bannon said the following to a conservative crowd of supporters in France:

“Let them call you racist. Let them call you xenophobes. Let them call you nativist. Wear it as a badge of honor. Because every day, we get stronger and they get weaker.”

More than 57% of people in the USA believe Trump is racist. He denies this, claiming that he is the “least racist person there is.” 

Even the most extreme faces of white supremacism tend to dodge the label. Meanwhile, Bannon accepts and embraces it. 

Some had a field day coming up with cinema-worthy movie concepts:

This one person, identified as @rohitak, took the idea and ran with it – naming some of the funniest and most creative flicks of all. 

Twitter doesn’t disappoint. Who are they going to do next? Paul Ryan? Mike Pence? Stay tuned to find out.

H / T – HuffPo, USA Today, Newsweek