What’s His Ethnicity? Is He Christian Or Jewish?

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Steve Bannon’s religion has gotten a lot of attention from the public. Learn more about the politician’s religious beliefs and religion in the sections below. Steve Bannon is a political strategist, media executive, and former investment banker from the United States. He served as the White House’s senior strategist during the first seven months of Donald Trump’s administration.

The Norfolk native was formerly the executive chairman of Breitbart News. Steve was also a previous board member of the now-defunct data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica. After serving in the military, the former US Navy officer worked for Goldman Sachs for two years as an investment banker. Many people are interested in learning more about the media executive’s personal life, including his religious beliefs, in addition to his professional job.

Steve Bannon’s Religion: Is He Jewish Or Christian?

In an interview with Bloomberg News (2015), Steve Bannon said that he grew up in a blue-collar, Irish Catholic, pro-union, pro-Kennedy Democratic household. The politician attended Catholic schools as a child. He used to go to church with his parents and siblings when he was a kid. According to Joshua Green’s biography of Bannon, while serving as a US Navy officer, Bannon experimented with different faiths. He dabbled in Buddhism for a while.

Steve Bannon

However, the political strategist later converted to Catholicism. Green told the Washington Post that he feels Steve’s politics are more influenced by his religious beliefs. Green said that the lawmaker is a practicing Catholic. “He has been captivated by this idea that the world is in decline,” Green said, and he went on to say, “which appears to be partly rooted in some medieval variant of Catholicism.” Bannon also proposed and authored the screenplay for the documentary “Destroying the Great Satan: The Rise of Islamic Fascism in America” in 2007.

Muslims tried to take over America, according to the plot of the film. In 2010, the political strategist said that Islam is not a peaceful faith. He went on to say that Islam is a submissive religion. Furthermore, the political strategist chastised former US President George W. Bush for referring to them as a “peace religion.” According to Bannon, modern-day “Islam” is “something much darker” than Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. In addition, he remarked, “If you’re Sharia-compliant, we don’t want you here.” Furthermore, he accused American publications of adhering to Sharia law. In addition, Steve said that European elites permitted an Islamic invasion to occur.

Steve Bannon’s Ethnicity

Stephen Kevin Bannon was born on November 27, 1953. He was born in Norfolk, Virginia. Doris and Martin J. Bannon Jr., the former investment banker’s parents, raised him. His mother was a dedicated housewife, while his father worked as an AT&T telephone lineman and middle management. In terms of ethnicity, Bannon is of Irish and German origin. The 69-year-old graduated from Benedictine College Preparatory, a Virginia Catholic, private, military high school.

Steve Bannon

He then attended Virginia Tech. During his time at the university, Steve was the president of the student government organization. Bannon graduated from Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies with a degree in urban planning. In addition, the lawmaker possesses a master’s degree in national security studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Steve went on to get an MBA with honors from Harvard Business School in 1985.

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