35 Burst results for "Steve Bannon"

Journalist Vish Burra Discusses His Connection to Hunter's Laptop

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:39 min | 2 d ago

Journalist Vish Burra Discusses His Connection to Hunter's Laptop

"I am delighted to welcome to the podcast vish burra. Vish is a journalist. He's done some really cool things with Steve Bannon. He's actually present in part of the Hunter Biden laptop story, which is what we're going to talk to him more about today. So vish, thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me, Danielle. It's always a pleasure. Oh, great. Well, I'm very excited to talk to you because we've been talking a little bit today about the Twitter story about Elon Musk kind of revealing this information regarding Hunter Biden's laptop and the suppression of that whole story, but I wanted to talk to you because you had a very pivotal role in this and a very behind the scenes role but was a really big part of the laptop being discovered and the information being published and I know that we have a lot of mutual friends involved in the same story, but I wanted to have you on so you could tell us a little bit just about kind of how did you get pulled into this? How did you first find out about the laptop? Yeah, so at the time around August to September of 2020, I was working on the war room podcast with Steve Bannon. I was his producer. And at that time, he had just been arrested on the boat, remember there was that issue during 2020, which he was pardoned for. And after he came back out, he looks at me and he says, pack your stuff, we're going to New York. We don't know what we're coming back. And so we're living in this hotel by Saint Patrick's cathedral for almost almost two months. And in the first week that we're there, I'm driving him back and forth to Rudy Giuliani's place all day, and I'm just like, hey, what's going on, you know, what are we doing? What's the operation up here? And he said, look, you can't tell anybody, but I think we have Hunter Biden's laptop. And at which point I said, hey, you know, Steve, I used to be a software professional before. I got into politics before I got into any of this stuff. So if you need help with the laptop, I'll see what I can do, you know? And at which point he was like, you know what? He got me a copy of it, and then said, make this thing your best friend. And I eventually, you know, become the sort of chief navigator for him of the laptop. And I also end up learning how to make a copy of it. So I've become one of the people that is actually able to create more copies of this and distribute more copies of this as well.

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'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last week

'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

"To crazy town. I'm not going to John's mere trying to process the crazy. We were just talking about Donald Trump letting people into his life, whom he ought not to let into his life. And I think he never admits he's made a mistake or it's almost like a policy with him, don't apologize. Most of which I agree with actually because in many cases, when you do that, people just attack you more. But I will say this. You know, you have to consider to whom your apologizing if it's the woke mob that's slathering for blood, you know, you let it go. But when it comes to the neocons that he appointed, this is 6 years ago, I don't believe he understood what he was facing. I don't understand that he understood he's facing a deep state, a uni party people that are really basically against him and they're kind of coming on board almost to manage him and to make sure he can't achieve his agenda and to some extent he has spoken out against a number of them. But in any event, we have to go back to Nick Fuentes because this is the other end of the spectrum. This is somebody that Trump never never, never ought to have allowed to, you know, have a photo or a dinner. He needs to have a better filter. My fear, okay? My fear is that this terrible mistake of inviting this pitiful incel weirdo next fun days. That this will simply be used by the rhinos in his own entourage and family and circle, the rhinos who do surround him, this will be used to keep out real conservatives. So this will be used to limit the influence of somebody great like Steve Bannon or Mike lyndell or you because this will get you what this does is it feeds into the narrative that there is this dangerous far right movement out there. And we have to avoid being tarred by it, okay? Donald, we can't be tarred by association with this growing dangerous movement. None of which is true. Nick Fuentes is not leader of a dangerous movement. He is a cult figure for a small number of disaffected 20 year olds with nothing better to do than watch videos that make Holocaust jokes

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Phill Kline Talks All Things Voter Integrity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Phill Kline Talks All Things Voter Integrity

"Klein, welcome to America first. Thank you, Sebastian. Great to be with you. So I asked you in the break, there are two ways to answer the question about yesterday. What is the take home politically for the good guys? And then what is the situation when it comes to voter integrity? That's take, let's take, let's reverse them. You're the expert on voter integrity, talk to us about what is fixed, what isn't fixed, how bad is it? Well, we had a little bit better transparency this time around, but we haven't fixed the problems. American elections are not understood by the electorate. And in fact, the way elections are run are not fully understood by those who run the elections. And so American faith in the electoral process continues to diminish. Machines are not transparent. They have glitches every time, procedures and processes are not open to both political parties. They've started to create interim counting centers. With the management of absentee ballots and what that does Sebastian is its sidestep. Common common sense provisions in law that members of both party need to be present in the room as ballots are being handled. So millions of ballots are being handled away from poll watchers and poll watchers are a legitimate part of the process.

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Harmeet Dhillon Provides an Update as Arizona Ballots Are Tallied

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Harmeet Dhillon Provides an Update as Arizona Ballots Are Tallied

"You choose your words very precisely. You are a lawyer, please everybody, follow this lady at on Twitter at P and J, a, B, and that's P and J, a, B, and you use the word problems. You talked about failures of the system. Are you saying that there is no signs of skullduggery is this just mechanical or technical issues? What are you seeing? Because the idea that we don't know now whether carry Lake one and there's what 70 or roughly 70% of the votes counted, is this just really down to incompetence? Well, until I see evidence otherwise, which I don't have in front of me, I really do think the Maricopa County election officials who, by the way, are largely Republicans, are incompetent. It is incompetence. That, for example, we had to press them in advance to make sure that they had the correct amount of printer cartridges on hand so that when they print ballots on blank ballots form, they print them with an I think that they are dark enough so that they can be read by the tabulation machines. And yet, it appears to be one of the major issues that interrupted voting for thousands of voters yesterday that the machines could not read the ballots and it was not a problem of the machine's most likely, but a problem of the printers

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Harmeet Dhillon Just Stepped Out of the Republican War Room in Arizona

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Harmeet Dhillon Just Stepped Out of the Republican War Room in Arizona

"She's the chairperson of the Republican national lawyers association, and she is somewhere very, very relevant now. Help me dealing, where have you just stepped out of? I've just stepped out of the Republican National Committee of Republican war room in Arizona and Scottsdale where lawyers for the Blake masters campaign to carry Lake campaign a couple other campaigns and a team of R and C lawyers and data people are here working very hard to monitor the vote counting and keep it honest. And so we've been here all day for a few days now. The whole team and we feel pretty good about the fact that we have eyes and ears everywhere are necessary to keep this honest. But even so as Tucker mentioned, there's human error and there's frankly a lack of concern on the part of judges and election officials about the right to vote. And they make it unnecessarily difficult. And by errors, they undermine public confidence in the outcome of elections,

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Sebastian Talks With Hung Cao About His Campaign

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Sebastian Talks With Hung Cao About His Campaign

"To somebody who's brave enough. Not only to serve this nation in uniform, to run for the tenth district in Virginia as a candidate, but to not win and come on my show to talk about what happened yesterday in the Commonwealth. We are on it to have him on deck. Welcome to America first. Hey, doctor Corgan. Thank you so much for having me. So we tried, I think, three times or four times to get you on the show before the election yesterday, you were very busy. You were out campaigning, often your campaign team took your phone from you and was fielding requests. We tried to squeeze you in yesterday. We missed you. But as I was texting you from the airport today, you said, yeah, I'll come on. I don't think many candidates would do that. We have a request and we sell them because I know he's a brave veteran as well. So tell us about your race in the tenth district and what you think happened because you're on the ground and you know best. Well, I mean, it's a very diverse district. And we thought we had it. I mean, all the indications were there. I mean, I know Joe Biden won this by 19 points, but then governor youngkin lost it by only 1.9. So we thought it was within reach and we were working very hard to reach all the demographics to the large Hispanic community here at the 18% to be Hispanic to 17%. Asians, the very large Muslim community and most of these guys here are the 45% minorities here, 25% of them are immigrants like myself. So we thought we had it and it's just the numbers didn't come out because the largest county here, which is loudoun county takes up half of our electorate

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How Did Arizona Get So Screwed Up?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last month

How Did Arizona Get So Screwed Up?

"Asked a really good question here. And I just want to recap it and reiterate it. Charlie, how did Illinois get how did Arizona get so screwed up? Okay, so how did Colorado go this cycle? A great candidate hiding in all lost by 17 points, right? How about Washington's Tiffany smiley lost huge to patty Murray great candidate, right? How about organ? I don't think an organ, I don't think the Republicans are going to win an organ, despite a really good campaign. What does that mean? So those are three states in the American West where they tried to do mass universal vote by mail. And that same Soros funded strategy came to the shores or came to the edges of Arizona. What about 15 years ago? Yeah, conservative land. And no one really thought much of it, and it was started to get implemented and people really accepted it in Arizona for quite some time. And so then there were some people that praised God fought back a little bit. They said, no, we still need some mechanism to be able to vote in person. And so they're like, okay, whatever. As we try to wean you off of the drug of voting in person, we'll to these voting centers that you'll never really visit throughout the valley, right, Tyler. They'll kind of be on the edges and whatever. But because of our program, because of Steve Bannon, because the Tucker Carlson because of 2000 mules, people change their behavior, and they have this whole infrastructure that's really built for pre canvassing, right? To count all the ballots before election day, not for this. And now basically we're sending this referendum. Like, no, you got to change it, right? So Austin, Austin's going to the legislature. People say, what can it be fixed? Austin is going to be the youngest member of the Arizona legislature. Austin day one, we're going to get this fixed. We have to

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Charlie Pierce: The GOP Assault on the Vote Is Reaching Boiling Point

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:31 min | Last month

Charlie Pierce: The GOP Assault on the Vote Is Reaching Boiling Point

"By the way, you quote you quoted a guy at the Trump rally on why he loves Trump. The biblical principles that Trump embraces is what I really like about him. I've never heard another president invoke the name of God and Jesus as much. He's embracing biblical principles, follow the Bible, and you can't go wrong, and you just said a cult, moi. He's embracing he's embracing biblical principles and he'll probably have to like send them some hush money. And for a while. Yeah. Because that's what he does to anything he embraces, I think. And I thought this one thing you retreated was parody, but it is actually from the heritage foundation. It says the price of skittles jumped 42% from last year, not to mention the cartels are stuffing skittles bags with deadly fentanyl, happy Halloween from the Biden administration. Would you like to, you know, go ahead. I mean, maybe they are smuggling the stuff in that way. I mean, it's possible, I guess. But as you pointed out, over and over again, they're not going to give the product away. That way. Drug dealing does not work that way. No. Yeah. Charlotte, let's get to your because unfortunately we're short on time, but that's because that's because I'm a fool. That's all right. But to your piece, the GOP assault on the vote is about to come to a boil is what you were just referring to. You said it's all coming together in Arizona and the Supreme Court should be so very proud. The personal right to bear arms dovetails with the increased constitutionality of voter suppression, two sons from different mothers. Wow, you went pundit there for a moment. But as you were talking about these armed individuals with the tactical gear outside the drop boxes, and you said the national Republican Party is all in behind the notion that 2022 elections are already corrupt at parties de facto leader traffic in this poison should surprise approximately nobody. I mean, to your point, Charlie, what do we do about this? I know. I saw one grandma, you know, telling them off, which good for her, you know, I would just say don't be intimidated by them, right? I mean, that's the only in terms of what you can do individually. That's about it. Until you can elect a Congress that is sufficiently veto proof to give us a Voting Rights Act again. And somehow, you know, make it Supreme Court proof and I don't know how the hell you do that at this point. But yeah, I mean, you've got one of our two political parties with no respect for anything anymore. Yeah. None. I mean, top to bottom stem to stern from the U.S. Senate to school boards. You know, that's where we're at. And it's a situation that was created, deliberately. And now it's, you know, now it's Chernobyl. Yeah. It's running beyond control. Charlie, I don't know what the chances are of getting what we have in California across the country. But to me, this argues more and more, this violence against poll workers and intimidation to drop boxes for mail in voting to make just mail in make that the law of the land. I mean, it's what we have in California. It's roughly the same principle as to why they fought RU 44 86 so hard. Because you can have your sense of privacy and do what you need to do, and they can't come in like, you know, glue their heads to your door or whatever. Right. Or shoot your doctor in the head. Right. Yeah. No, exactly. By the way, my favorite headline of yours ever. Steve Bannon unlikely to feel the slap on the wrist through his many collared shirts. That's my man Vic brand down esquire headquarters. I'm not a headline guy. But I too appreciated that. Great deal. But does he wear long sleeved shirts or does he wear short sleeved shirts? I think they're long sleeve. Yeah. I think really because that would be horribly uncomfortable, I would think. Yeah. Yeah, you would think. Of course. You know, then again. Then again, he looks like gout got gout. It belongs in the Smithsonian. Once tried to say in The New York Times, you know, that's probably, you know, you sacrifice comfort a long time ago. Yeah. Well, why is he still able to do a show, by the way? I know. I know. Why isn't there a gag order on this guy? I know. Whatever happened to like cuffing people as soon as a sentence comes down and taking them to jail. Whatever happened to that. Well, I mean, it's releasing, I mean, for all we don't like the guy. He wasn't convicted of very much. Right, but he was still convicted of ignoring a congressional subpoena. Right. Which is a crime. Right. But that's a decision. Yes, if he was a 13 year old black kid in the sky. That's what I mean. Who makes the decision? I appreciate that. But so the judge makes the decision whether he gets to be free on bail or go to jail right away. I mean, the judge was the judge was plainly doing his trumpian duty there. He didn't find him practically, you know. Steve Bannon can raise $6500 in an afternoon. Yeah. So, you know, I didn't have any expectations that he was going to wind up in jail

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Why David Is 'Jumping for Joy' Over Steve Bannon's Prison Sentence

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | Last month

Why David Is 'Jumping for Joy' Over Steve Bannon's Prison Sentence

"First on the line first dialing in line one from Orlando, David, David. Welcome and happy Friday. Doctor, how are you? Good. I'm jumping for joy that Steve Bannon is going to jail. And now Eric holder and all the other Democrats are the one who helped Hillary Clinton with her closet server. We're going to have to look over their shoulder next time they get subpoenaed. And they're going to be going to jail. Of course, holder and all the others, they gave a middle finger salute to Congress. And when the Republicans take control against the games continue. Yeah, I love it, you know, what goes around what comes around goes around what's good for the goose is good for the Gander. There's only one little detail with that, David. You'd have to have fair judges and you'd have to have a capital where the population didn't vote in 93% for Biden and the jury's actually are impartial.

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The'big MO' Is on the Side of Conservatives

The Officer Tatum Show

01:47 min | Last month

The'big MO' Is on the Side of Conservatives

"The other things that are on the ballot, remember the parental issues and concerning public schools, all the trans nonsense. This is, remember this? The stuff that happened, the trans teaching, all of the CRT, these teachers trying to brainwash our kids and school, consider this in Virginia, in Virginia, back in 2020, very short period of time, very short period of time ago, Trump lost in Virginia by ten percentage points. But a year later, young and won. Young and won, so I'm so curious to say, to see what happens. Not to mention. Not to mention inflation. I'm not going to insult to you by talking about inflation. Incessantly because I know you're feeling it. I know you know what it is every time you go to the grocery store, you go to fill up your gas tank, everything is more expensive. You get it. You get it, your dollar isn't going as far. Your dollar is completely worthless. I feel not, I shouldn't say completely worthless, but if Democrats stay in power, it may be completely worthless. And man, the Democrats threw us another bone. They threw us another bone. They went after Steve Bannon today. And I think this is really silly on their part. I think this is a major era on the left part. Because instead of catering or sliding to the middle, if you will, instead of triangulating, they're doubling down on tyranny basically, right? And people are seeing this. People have seen how some people call it a two tier justice system. I don't think it's a two tier justice system. If you're a conservative, you're screwed. If you're Steve Bannon, you go to you go to jail, but if you're dang chanko, you get to walk free.

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What Drives Steve Bannon to Keep Fighting?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

What Drives Steve Bannon to Keep Fighting?

"Steve, what keeps, you know, what drives you to keep going. You've been attacked from every possible direction from the Mueller investigation to the Senate intelligence committee to the state of New York to the Department of Justice. And you just keep fighting and you're focused solely on election day as the Democrats Judgment Day. You know, people complain all the time. We Charlie things are so tough. And you never let that get to you. Talk about that, Steve. I find that super interesting and important for our audience to learn. Charlie, you know, and you've met my daughter, you know, volunteered and served in the navy as a naval officer to destroy her in the western Pacific and the Persian Gulf my daughter went to West Point, served in Iraq with a 101st airborne. What keeps me going is this country. And you know, I serve this country in a formal capacity at the early stages of my career in my early 20s and after I was fortunate enough to make some money. I've decided to serve my country ever since I really met Andrew breitbart right after the financial collapse. I met Andrew a couple of times. We were around the financial collapse of 2008. And the reason I did it, I made a movie then called generation zero. It was about Gen Z is about how generation zero is going to get wiped out. What keeps me motivated, quite frankly, is you pass the people at turning point. I see this generation coming up and we have an obligation to bequeath this generation, the same constitutional republic with the same basic economic opportunities that were bequeathed to us. I've had a blessed life. I had, you know, my dad didn't make a lot of money, but we had a family of 5 and my mom was a homemaker. It was kind of, I looked back at it, it was absolutely golden childhood. I had every break in the world, and it was just terrific. And we want to provide that and make sure that I'm part of that generation that hands that off. And so what does it that we work 7 days a week here at the war room? 18, 20 hours a day is simply that. We owe our previous generations to bequeath the you guys, the up and coming next generation, really the people under 40, the same country we had. And we're in a fight for that.

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Rep. James Comer: Dems Better Remember What Contempt Is All About

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:06 min | Last month

Rep. James Comer: Dems Better Remember What Contempt Is All About

"To get your reaction to my might of this the ruling that came down, Steve Bannon, four months in prison, a $6500 fine for being in contempt of Congress. Well, this is what I'm going to say about that. The Democrats better remember what contempt of Congress is all about because in January, I'm pretty confident we're going to be in the majority. I'm pretty confident. I'm going to be the next chairman of the House oversight committee with full subpoena authority. And if some of these Democrats that we're going to subpoena that are involved in Hunter Biden's shady business dealings and have been protecting Doctor Fauci and have been protecting mayorkas on his lack of border security, if they don't comply with these subpoenas, then they're going to be held in contempt of Congress. So that was a very bold move for the Democrats to do against the event and I'm not going to comment on it because I'm going to be probably unfortunately having contempt of Congress votes too. If Kevin McCarthy will let me, if these people don't comply with our subpoenas. So the January 6th committee, as you know, Todd wasn't a legitimate committee, the House oversight committee is a legitimate committee.

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Caller: BLM & Antifa Busted up Capitol Building Before Anyone Else

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Caller: BLM & Antifa Busted up Capitol Building Before Anyone Else

"This is just such a huge point in its a shame that so many people miss it. The January 6th was many, many times worse than 9 11, but for a totally different reason. This is where a political party was able to take all our three letter agencies set up all these misdirection, please on January 6th entrapment and a whole bunch of things. And then wine that into all kinds of abilities to go after everybody that was supporting the other political party Trump. All his people that would work for them help them abandon and just think about all these people languishing in the jails and everything with no kind of American justice. No nothing. Listen, this is the greatest attack on our country and damn history. And I'll tell it people are missing it. This is, you can probably understand. I started through. I've seen I see all the bull crap that they come up with on the other side and all that. But it's so deep in that they have the ability to have all these judges and do all of this injustice against innocent American people. Graham is in grandpa's in young kids in college kids that went through the carrying a flag. They didn't do a damn thing. There was only a couple hundred people in those people. I find out more and more like where they had, there was a couple of busloads of antifa and BLM that were came in ahead of any Trump people in those people went there and busted everything up and busted it and that's the film you see. The key to the footage of all that beating down the doors in busting the windows and damage, that was antifa in the thing. They put us. So I'm with you until you said that. You're wrong. I'm sorry, Craig. That was not Ashley babbitt wasn't antifa. Okay? So was she broke through? She was climbing through a broken window for crying out loud. I'm talking about a group. I'm talking about I share. I

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Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

"Here's Leo Terrell, the former hard left Democrat who's now a rock ribbed conservative evidently. He's gone from left to right, but he is quite the bombastic guest on Fox News channel. He had some comments about Steve Bannon on Fox News channel. And Leo break this down for us. So we may hear from Steve Bannon and we'll certainly take that live if and when it happens. But what just happened in the courtroom? And is Griff was reporting normally. We don't even see adjudication of this sort of thing. Well, thanks for having me here. And you have an issue of define a subpoena in the motivation behind subpoena. You got to remember, this subpoena was issued to Steve Bannon by the January 6th committee, and you have to question the motivation behind it. And the idea of him being found guilty on this subpoena or failure to comply contemporary of a judiciary subpoena is something that will be appealed. He's going to appeal it. Remember, he had an argument of executive privilege and on the advice of his counsel, not to testify and not to really put up a defense. So this case is far from over. The four month sentence, he could have gotten one month to 12 months and I think that you guys gave him four months for the basis of trying to understand whether or not he was remorseful.

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Caller: Jan. 6 Committee Is Trying to Divert People's Attention

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last month

Caller: Jan. 6 Committee Is Trying to Divert People's Attention

"We're off the record here. I don't want to get a bill from you. So I know how attorneys are. So here's the question, keep. Is it possible going back to the president Trump? The FBI rated Mar-a-Lago. They were talking about how the president was harboring documents that were classified top secret national security was at risk. And it's as if that whole thing is disappeared. And I'm wondering, Keith, if the Democrats on that committee and within the Justice Department realized that Trump didn't really break any laws and they're trying to go in another direction and they're using people like Steve Bannon, Scott Perry from the house freedom caucus and others as their scalps, if you will. They're a pound of flesh. Well, it's called a diversion that keeping their keeping people watching the left hand while the right hand is doing something else. There you go. It's a brilliant observation you make, and we've got to pay attention to this stuff. You know, the average American, they're not going to be into all of this. So if you're listening to talk radio and keep God bless you, thanks for the call. But if you're listening to talk radio, you have a responsibility to take what we're talking about. This is one of the reasons why we post links to our information on our website so you know we're not speaking out the wazoo here, but we're actually doing our homework and we're investigating all of this. And we've got folks. I'm telling you, this as Tom or rather as Keith said from North Carolina, this is a diversion. They know they can't get Trump. They've got nothing on him, so they're going after Trump's staff, his supporters, the pro lifers, the moms and dads, and the list goes on and on. All right,

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Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

"Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.

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Steve Bannon Speaks Out Following Conviction

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last month

Steve Bannon Speaks Out Following Conviction

"By the way, I want to say one thing. I respect the judge, the sentence he came down with today is his decision. I fully respect I've been totally respectful as his entire process on the legal side. I also want to make one other statement before I talk about a broader topic. More than any person in the Trump administration. I testify before the Mueller commission for more hours. I testified in front of a shift in the House intelligence committee, more than any other person in the Trump administration. I testified in front of the Senate intelligence. I think more than all about the issues related to Russia gate to all of that. The same process every time. I had lawyers that were engaged. They worked through the issues of privilege, and at that time I went and testified. And this thing about I'm above the law is an absolute and total lie. Now, more importantly, more importantly, the judge, today was my Judgment Day by the judge, and he stayed for the appeal and will have a very vigorous appeals process. I've got a great legal team of the multiple areas of appeal. But as that sign says right there, can we have the vote sign? On November 8th. On November 8th. On November 8th. There's going to have judgment on the illegitimate Biden regime and quite frankly and quite frankly that Nancy Pelosi and the entire committee. And we know which way that's going. Either they've already been turfed out like Liz Cheney right or if quit like kinzinger and other Democrats or they're about to be beaten like luria and others or they will lose their power and becoming a minority in Nancy Pelosi and Tom chairman chomps with all of it.

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Joe Biden & Nancy Pelosi's Lowest Acts

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | Last month

Joe Biden & Nancy Pelosi's Lowest Acts

"I say this on all the stops when Phil boys the moderator has asked, what's the worst thing that Joe Biden has done? I point out Pelosi tearing up Trump's State of the Union speech, thinking it could never go any lower and then Biden went lower. When he called you and me and more than half the country, fascists, when he called Trump supporters fascist and literally he called us semi fascists. You know, so I guess that's like a little being a little bit pregnant. There's no little bit pregnant. You're either a fascist or you ain't. Calling half the country fascistic. Was one of the most despicable, ugly, awful things I've ever heard a sitting American president do.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Steve, welcome back to the program. How are you doing Charlie? Thanks for having me back, brother. The question is, how are you doing? Tell us about your last 24 hours. I'm doing great. You have to show you one of the best days of my life. It was a very powerful spiritual day for me. It was a lot of things were came into high clarity. It was, I was totally in the zone. As you say in sports the entire time and you know, they're not going to shut me up. We see, we saw from the demonic speech that Biden gave in Philadelphia, exactly that this is a dying regime that was a primal scream. And here what they're trying to do, no matter who it is, Donald Trump and Mar-a-Lago, they were 35 FBI raids yesterday, right? Handing out, there's another grand jury coming together on January 6th. The Washington Post reported it. They just reported a couple names. There were 35 senior members of maga, Republicans, supporters of Donald Trump that were the FBI rolled in on. When they didn't need to do it, remember all these people have lawyers, all their lawyers are very well known, no. The Jack booted Gestapo has got to show up at their door and make a big display of this. So there's so much going on that people don't even know at so many levels on people and bankruptcy, trying to de platform them. All of it. And quite frankly, I think that's what's so powerful about you guys have in this great reset conference because this is really what it's about. This is this globalist apparatus. That's right. This is the American arm of that, the Biden regime, and what they're trying to do is shut down everybody whether it's Alex Jones, Charlie Kirk, Steve Bannon, Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump, they're trying to use lawfare, financial terrorism, everything legally, and quite frankly, up to assassinations. That's where the swatting people like crazy. So we got to work at a force and if we blink, if you blink, it's over.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"College game dot com. But Steve, here's the problem because I think this might actually work with a certain swath of younger voters because the Republicans have no credibility when it comes to reckless spending because they have been signing off and rubber stamping on a $1 billion a week overseas to fight Ukraine oversees the fight with whatever it is 65 billion were pretty sure that the current number is that number is probably going to go up by the end of me speaking this sentence. Steve, why is it that Republicans? Because here's the message, right? Here's the message that they're sending to young voters. We won't give you anything, but we'll give money to people overseas. And let me ask, when zelensky going to pay back that debt, is there a plan to pay that back? Are we going to forgive that too? And I think the voters know which one they're going to go with if those are the two choices. We started with the Ukraine section today over the show with harnwell and Rome, but we went to we put up your tweet. I think said it said, hey, they're buying votes from the millennials with the write off of the transfer of the debt. I think but the Republicans are just giving it to the arms manufacturers and to the corporatists. It's absolutely correct. That's why we don't have enough populist nationalist policy. This is the power of turning point. This is the power of real America's voice as a news platform. We need to get not just Republicans. We need maga Republicans. We need Trump Republicans and we need mega policies. And right now, the increase in credit card debt in this country in the last quarter is $46 billion. That's just one package we sent to Ukraine. And yesterday, Biden announces another he writes transfers the debt to the working class of the elites, and then he announces a $3 billion package where Europe has not made, as you know, Jack, Europe has not made one new commitment to Ukraine since July, not one more commitment. The only person shoveling money in is the United States and the escalatory process in Jack as you know, we pointed the Financial Times a month ago. The arms are all getting washed back and transferred back to the gangs and the criminal element in Western Europe. So this is why this is why Macron sat there and says the end of abundance is the end of easy times and this is all driven by globalist policies. All a 100% Steve, by the way, folks, if we haven't mentioned it yet, Steve Bannon, myself, Charlie Kirk, September 16th, 17th, the great reset conference, Phoenix, Arizona, go to reset, dot TPUSA, dot com, you go there right there, you will be able to see all of us. We're getting the team back together. That's going to be right there. Phoenix, Arizona, great, was it reset? TPUSA dot com. Steve, thank you so much for your leadership. Thank you so much for doing these little handouts. I like to hand out. We should do more of this. Are you like everyone of us that thinks our country has gone nuts, whether it's Russia gate, market crashes, or selling oil to China, or this insane inflation? Well, right now, you need a financial mind to understand your concerns, but at the same time as a Christian worldview of money. That's why you should talk to my Friends at pax financial group. Look, I've given my money to package financial to manage. If it's good enough for me, I think it's good for you. Like all of us, they have concerns, but they also have hope. In this market, you must have a financial person who shares your hope and at the same time can help you with biblical, responsible investing, BRI, biblical, responsible investing. That's why I want you to text the word Charlie to 7 four 8 6 8. That is Charlie to 7 four 8 6 8 to connect with my friends at the pax financial group. Biblical response will investing. So take out your phone, just text Charlie to 7 four 8 6 8, but 7 four 8 6 8 text Charlie to connect with my great friends at the pax financial group. This far right Christian conservative cell phone company has taken over four Texas school boards. Okay, wait a minute. So you're mad that Christians with cell phones have gotten elected to school boards, the in Texas, by the way. This is news for some reason to them. And it says, patriot mobile markets itself this way..

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Joining us right now is Steve Bannon. Steve had a very big weekend at cpac Steve. Welcome to the program. I want to play a piece of tape at you at cpac and we'll go from there. Let's play cut ten. We don't need to audit the fed. We need to end the Federal Reserve. The federal reserve has you surf as you surf has usurped its power and the power of the American people in our elective representatives. And no, they do not have the consent of the governor. We will not comply. We will not submit. And it must be ended. Steve, that sounds like Ron Paul, floors yours. Exactly. I hope to take it, you know, he was a great inspiration, but we hope to take it one step up. Ron Paul, who had his entire presidential campaign around about money and currency, you know, is a great warrior and a brave man. I'm not a libertarian. But I understand that the administrative state and particularly the global apparatus is funded by the central banks. And it's outrageous that the evidence today is so much even more overwhelming than when Ron Paul laid it out for us. From 2008 to right now, Charlie, you know, what the $23 trillion they've printed, the 9 and a half trade they put on the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve is just increased the power and concentration of wealth in our nation. 0.5% of the American population own more assets and wealth than the bottom 90%. This is exactly what the framers fought a revolution to avoid. They wanted to get away from the landed aristocracy in Great Britain and the mercantile class in Great Britain. And we are back to this oligarchy. What we have is a combination of state capitalism and authoritarian government

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"KL sheets. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the obsolete show, had a couple technical difficulties getting Steve Bannon on his probably the liberals trying to infiltrate the system and make sure we can't get him on, but we gonna have mom. I don't care if you have to call in. We're gonna do it on Skype so you guys can see them and we can have a good presentation here, but if we have to we'll go to Skype if you're unaware what happened to Steve Bannon if you can remember back to Eric holder. It was almost the same thing where he was charged with contempt of Congress, which it sounds completely stupid and then they sound like that's a part of the criminal justice system in and of himself. I almost like a made up charge. However, I don't think that it's appropriate. I think that Steve deserves better than that and he's going to fight and I think we should fight with him. Do we have Steve ready?

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"steve bannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Steve Bannon in January after appearing before a judge to face criminal contempt charges for defying a subpoena from the January 6th committee. We're going to go on the offense. We're tired of playing defense. We're going to go in the offense on this and stand by. 6 months later, there's no offense and not much of a defense. Batting a standing trial in a D.C. federal court on Monday after a judge eviscerated most of his defenses. Joining me is former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rogers and adjunct professor at NYU law school. Jennifer, let's start with Bannon trying to get his trial postponed and volunteering on the eve of trial to now testify before the committee. Basically, the whole game plan for defendants usually is delay until you can't delay anymore. So that's just kind of a typical thing, you know, always push it off, push it off. But he's just trying to play a game here. I mean, he's been charged with contempt for what he did in the past in stonewalling the committee refusing to testify. We're refusing to hand over documents, and this is kind of a last ditch effort to say, well, you're claiming that I did all this stuff. But you know, I'll do it now. So let's put it off so that I can actually cooperate, which is what you want after all. What are we doing here? Sort of thing. So it's really just the kind of last gas for him of a way to try to put things off and delay things. And also, by the way, plant this kind of jury nullification feed in people's minds that why are we making a federal case of this if he's actually willing to do it now? So Bannon's defense wants to use this supposed new cooperation to argue at his trial that he wasn't remiss in defying a subpoena from the House committee in the first place. The judge said he would decide later whether banning can use that as a defense, but how is that relevant even? Yeah, you're right. It's not. And that's what DoJ has said in their response. I mean, he was charged with what he did in a specific time period that has a long path. So even if the day after they charged him with an indictment, he turned around and said, hey

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"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

"So there's a chance we get some answers, and then there's a chance we don't. Oh, I think we'll get some answers. But will all the questions be answered? Well, I mean, I think, you know, that depends on politics at the end of the day. The select committee is pointed by the House majority. If the House majority flips in 2022, then it's work would presumably end. However, there's a lot of time between now and December of 2022 for the current select committee to get some answers. Andrea, Bernstein, she used to host a show called Trump ink out of WNYC. Now she's working on a new show all about January 6th at pineapple street studios, keep an eye out for insurrection, the story of an almost coup in January 2022. I'm Sean ramas firm, our episode today was produced by haughty Milwaukee, it's today explained. The new HBO Max original documentary series, the way down, God greed, and the cult of Gwen shamblin explores the legacy of the remnant churches infamous leader. After rising to fame with her way down workshop, a Christian based diet program, Gwen Shamblin Lara founded the remnant fellowship church to further her message. Despite a carefully curated image, Lara and the church soon fielded accusations of abuse and exploitation for their alleged cult like practices. The way down, God greed and the cult of Gwen shamblin is now streaming on HBO Max. Hey there, it's Neil I Patel editor in chief of the verge and host of the verge cast and decoder. The verge is turning ten this year, and we're celebrating live in New York City on October 22nd and 23rd with an epic two day event. Of course, I'll be there, along with other notable journalists and a verge and some incredible guests. Immersive, tech in our experiences all day DJs and great New York food and drinks. For a limited time we're offering vox media podcast network fans, $150 off our standard ticket. Go to the verge dot com slash on the verge for tickets and enter promo code dollar sign 9 9 now at checkout. I'd love to see there..

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"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And in the eyes of the American people. Well, I mean, there were 35 Republican members of Congress, who voted along with Democrats to create a nonpartisan commission. So I mean, when you think about that, that's remarkable. I don't know what other situation which you've seen 35 Republicans cross the aisle. So there's obviously a desire by some in Washington. Now they suffered repercussions. When that was killed in the Senate, what happened was Nancy Pelosi said, okay, well form a select committee and they appointed 7 Democrats and 5 Republicans and only two Republicans representative Cheney and representative Adam Sierra said they would participate. So we now have the select committee, which, you know, I think, from the start, doesn't have the sort of nonpartisan credibility that non partisan commission would have liked the 9 11 commission. However, that said, it has subpoena power. It's moving aggressively. It's speaking to witnesses. And it's gathering documents. So there is an investigation occurring. And I think that is important to realize in light of the brouhaha around Steve Bannon, is that so far Bannon is the exception. So far, other witnesses are participating. And so far, there does seem to be some promise that the select committee will offer a greater understanding of what happened in the days and weeks leading up to January 6. But will he be able to outmaneuver this investigation as he has many investigations before? I mean, for a dude who's been impeached twice, he sure seems to get away with a lot. Can you wait this out until the midterms or maybe even until he who knows runs again in 2024? Well, you know, in every case that I've ever covered, which is almost all of them involving Donald Trump, the party investigating Donald Trump says it is Donald Trump's strategy to run out the clock. And in some cases, he has succeeded. But not in all of them. It's worth pointing out that after a protracted battle to try to keep his tax returns away from the Manhattan district attorney Trump lost, his company has been charged with fraud, his chief financial officer has been charged with fraud. There is a trial date set for the August or September of 2022 in that case. There are other civil actions. The former president himself had to this week participate in testimony in a civil trial brought by activists protesting outside of Trump Tower who said Trump was responsible when a security guard punched one of them in the head. And that case is going to go to trial. So, while these things have been delayed, he has not in all cases succeeded in derailing justice entirely. And I think in this committee, too, it's not like everybody's saying we're not going to participate. So it does seem like we may get some answers. Will we end up with some questions? The president may succeed in running out the clock so that all of the committees questions are not answered,.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on Today, Explained

"I think a lot of people's last recollection of Steve Bannon could potentially be, you know, his unglamorous firing from the Trump White House and then his sort of disappearance into right wing obscurity, but was he still close with the president in the days and weeks leading up to January 6th? I mean, it's true, Steve Bannon was fired by an angry White House. Bannon's departure comes at the end of a brutal week for the administration. I think there's blame on both sides. But what may have been the last straw for Bannon, a controversial interview, the former Breitbart News executive gave to the liberal publication American prospect. Undermining the president's North Korea strategy, saying there's no military option to deal with the threat. The official but, you know, most people don't actually leave Trump's orbit. This is a pattern he fires keeps them around, brings them back. So it's not an uncommon pattern. I think it's one of the things that's very much worth remembering about Steve Bannon is that he had been accused by federal prosecutors in New York of being involved in a fraud scheme of actually stealing money from donors that were being solicited to contribute to the construction of the border wall. Mister Bannon and three other men are accused of diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars from an online fundraising campaign to build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico. You may remember that was perhaps mister Trump's single biggest campaign pledge. The money was allegedly used for personal expenses. So he was accused of that. He denied any wrongdoing. In the waning hours of Trump's presidency, he was pardoned. So what that means is on January 6th, he still was operating under the cloud of this impending federal fraud prosecution. So while he was being accused of violating fraud laws, he was also making these comments that seemed to have, perhaps, induced people to participate in a violent riot at the capitol. And that is what the committee has been asking questions about. We obviously don't know all the answers because of Bannon's refusal to testify in any way about any of this. Tell me about the timeline there. When did the committee first reach out to Bannon, what was his response and how is that progressed? So the committee students subpoenas in September. What we can see from the sum total of the witnesses that they've subpoenaed, the documents that they've requested is they are really trying to understand what happened in the days leading up to January 6th. And the first tranche of witnesses that they reached out to had knowledge of president Trump end of possibly his connections to the rally and march, if any. So they issued subpoenas to Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff, to dense gavino, who was in charge of social media at The White House and also to Steve Bannon. They also have requested to speak to assistant attorney general Clark, who was involved in what looked like as a very near takeover of the Justice Department and trying to get the Justice Department to urge state legislators to throw out states of electors and to a number of rally organizers. And a number of the other witnesses, for example, Mark Meadows, and cash Patel, who was an administration official in various roles, have been described by the committee as engaging with the committee. Bannon said, no way. I can't testify because there's privilege. And this brings us back to what I said at the top of the show. It's kind of funny to hear that Steve Bannon, a guy who was fired from The White House in 2017 and was relegated to a lonely life of wearing many shirts at once, is now claiming executive privilege. How does that work Andrea? There are several questions that have been raised about this by the select committee. For folks watching at home, this evening. What would happen to you if you did what mister Bannon is doing? If you were a material witness in a criminal prosecution, some of the lawsuit. What would happen if you refused to show up, do you think you'd be able to just go about your business? We all know the answer to that. First one, as you say, is Bannon has not worked in The White House for years. He left early in the Trump presidency. So there is that concern. Here's somebody who hasn't worked for The White House. What is he doing exerting executive privilege? The second one is the things that he is being asked about were not official functions. However, one of the very, very important things that is being a little lost in all of this is that the committee has also asked Bannon about lots of other communications that don't involve former president Trump at all. They involve rally organizers. They involve administration officials. They involve this so called circle of people, perhaps a kind of a war room as representative Liz Cheney has described it at the Willard hotel. So by saying I'm not giving any information about anything, what Bannon is doing is claiming that he has absolute immunity from testifying. And so far as any Michael experts that I have spoken to have said and can determine such a thing does not exist for a private citizen. And that is what is going on here is that there is a vast information that Steve Bannon could theoretically go to the he could go to the committee and he could say, look, I'm not talking about my conversations with president Trump until we have more legal clarity on this, but I will give you this other information that you seek. And if he doesn't? Well, he didn't. So he now faces a Justice Department criminal review of his activities and possible criminal consequences..

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"steve bannon" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on Trumpcast

"And situations these precinct positions. Steve bannon has been encouraging listeners. To fill they go by a lot of names election inspector precinct committeeman. But isaac ernst simply calls them precinct officers. They are party functionaries. Republicans and democrats have them and their responsibilities vary state by state so overall the the the key thing to understand. Is that the the county party. The local party officials have direct influence on the election administration through these like formal mechanisms and every state's a little different but that's the basic idea and so to give you some specific examples in wisconsin. The election is run by the county clerk but the poll workers who are technically called election. Inspectors are nominated by the county party and the law says that the county clerk has to hire the party's poll workers if they provide them and in the past. This really hasn't been an issue because the parties like basically didn't bother. They were like well. You know on election day. It's more important to us to have our volunteers out doing other things. But now it's different now. County chairs are going. Wait a minute we need to stack. We these positions we need to send the county clerk really long lists of really hard core republicans so that we can make sure we've got people in the precincts running the polls too are looking out for fraud. I know that propublica contacted gop leaders in sixty five key counties. Can you just lay out the basics of exactly what you've found when you call those people because it's dramatic you found a big increase so we contacted the local party officials in sixty five counties in the most electorally significant states. The ones you're used to hearing about on election night. Florida georgia arizona. North carolina pennsylvania michigan wisconsin the states that decide elections. And we ask them how many new precinct officers or whatever they call it. They've had since february. Which is when bannon started promoting this and total in aggregate it was more than eight thousand five hundred and the out of the sixty five counties forty one of them said they had seen an increase and one of the ways that we tried to check ourselves You know is really thing was looking at the democrats as sort of a control group. So we could compare past increases in republican precinct officers and we could also see if there's anything similar going on the democratic side and like in maricopa county arizona which is more than half the state's population there actually was official data for both parties. And so you could actually see how the republican line on the chart just shoots up and the democratic line is flat. When did you realize that this sort of conservative media ecosystem was involved. When did you start hearing people say to you like oh well i heard about this on. Bannon's podcast so the way that we reported this was we called around to the the county party chair in important counties in these competitive states and we just ask them. Hey all are you getting a ton of people calling you asking to be precinct chairs. Because like that's a little weird as you know. The average voter has never heard precinct chair. Much less is interested in being one. So can we substantiate are there. Is there a sudden surge of people wanting to be precinct chairs and we focused on those competitive states and electorally significant counties because we couldn't survey all three thousand counties in the us and not everywhere we checked but overwhelmingly for the most part. The answer was yes. We've never seen anything like this before. And sometimes this was as confusing to the county chair as anyone else you. My favorite story that you told was a guy from fort worth said people kept calling asking about precinct commitment and i was like what are you talking about. We don't have those here. And then he realized where they were coming from right so that was sort of a civilised because precinct committeeman is what they called it on bannon's podcast but actually in texas the term that they use is precinct chair so that was like tell that they were coming from bannon's podcast. It's interesting because the idea you reported this. It didn't seem to come from bannon himself. But this guy. Daniel scholtz who's from arizona and was a tea party guy and had been sort of beating this drum of. Let's get into these low level positions for a little while. do we know how this guy bent. Bannon's ear yes. O'bannon didn't come up with this himself. He just kind of plucked it out of obscurity and called up this guy who's been saying the same thing for more than a decade and no one ever listened until bannon gave him the platform. Thanks it's it's real simple. And most people learn as at least idea back in the late sixties in seventh grade in social studies in civics class essentially shots because he a political guy like is he a professor of political science. Is he an interested regular guy with a different job. Like who is that guy. He's an insurance lawyer and he's a precinct committee man so he got involved in the party at the local level. I think it was in two thousand seven and he. He clearly became fascinated with this. This possibility that if if lots of people like him did he did and he signed up his kids to do this eventually but if lots of people yeah when they were of age if lots of people like him when just would just go out and become precinct committeeman than they could take over the republican party and it would be a political revolution so to speak. We can take over the party if we invade. And it's you know. Look if we conservatives don't take over the republican party we're gonna lose our republic because he calls it the most powerful position in politics. You know it's not the.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Reports for publica has been keeping tabs on the war room. These days. you know this. This podcast has really become a watering hole for for far-right figures. Like who's showing up on this show. Well congressman matt gates senator. Josh holly are some of the names you might recognize. Mike lindell the my pillow guy. These guests are loyal to president trump. Many think the two thousand twenty election was stolen. Which is why steve. Bannon is got this new bucket list and right at the top is a whole new idea about what to do next the success stories. We've heard from around the country and we're gonna start getting more these on the air Are amazing and people got understand. The established bannon has been encouraging his listeners to flood the very lowest levels of the republican party. That the school board level. Right at the county supervisor level at the precinct level this taking it. We're gonna take this back village by village precinct by precinct village by village precinct strategy. So he's actually talking about is Precinct chairs or or precinct committee members. If you think about the republican national committee as a pyramid these precinct people make up the base. They knock on doors. Get out the vote. Support the people leading the party in dc but they also have these powers. Sometimes they can choose. Who's going to run for statewide office other times. They nominate the people who will oversee elections. Which is why they've become part of bannon's new strategy and the idea behind this strategy is to take over the party from the bottom up by taking over all these precinct positions which are often not contested. And just there for the taking and the theory is that if they can do that then they can make sure next time. The party fights harder. The party leaves nothing on the table. The party makes sure that the democrats can't get away with stealing another election. It's funny because i'm used to people organizing to get a candidate elected.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Be right back with something very substantive law. It's holy cow. Thank you for taking that hat off. You ain't really scaring me there. I know you're scaring me. Because i thought it was real for a minute. I thought it was real. Hey i want in for everywhere. Everywhere i go. I was just as i said in birmingham alabama and everywhere. I go and this is bizarre. People wanna talk to me about the bond hoffer book. And i think i've written like i dunno thirteen books And the bond offer came out in two thousand and ten. That's eleven years ago so a year ago. I put out a tenth anniversary edition. But no matter where i go. People wanna talk to me about the bond hoffer book because they keep saying. This is what is happening today. This book is creepy to read. Because it's happening today. And i thought at some point i should mention that on this program because when i was writing the book so i was writing in two thousand and eight no kidding. I thought they're curious things about what happened in germany in the twenties and then ultimately in the thirties that they struck me as oddly familiar but i thought well not there yet but sure enough as the decade has passed many things that you see happening in the story of bonn hoffer obviously just history just my book version of what happened back then but what i what i say and this kind of my point is that i believe god called me to write that book to tell that story for us today in other at the time. I didn't realize this. I was just writing a book to show. This was a heroic christian living in a time when it became increasingly difficult to speak freely increasingly difficult to be any kind of a christian To speak the truth. And i know that the people back then did not listen to the warnings of bonn hoffer. So he's like an old testament prophet and people. They weren't ready for it. They kept saying. You're too much of a hothead now we can. We need to listen to the government. We need to trust the government and the liberals and the conservatives. Both did the same thing. They did it for different reasons but they refused the church. I'm talking about refuse to stand up to the government. They they basically had different reasons. Why some people said. Oh we wanna preach the gospel. We don't wanna get political. Well you know what when people are going to their deaths in boxcars. It might be time to speak out against that now. That seems political. Who cares. you're speaking up for what is right. So the parallels that i see today we're not there yet but i honestly believe that if we don't heed the warning of what happened in bonn hoffer time so if you have a copy. The book now might be a good time to reread it. If you don't understand that what happened then is happening now and it will go in the same direction. Every won't be the same thing we might not have you know death camps but the point is who cares how it goes. We just know that when freedom gets canceled. It's only because people who have freedom didn't fight while they had the freedom. And so i've wanted to say this for weeks now because everywhere i go and i've been traveling a lot. People keep asking me to talk about this. I just spoke about it in in birmingham alabama. And i thought let me say it on this program that the the bond hoffer story i think is a warning to us that if we do not if we do not do something different from what they did in germany and if we do not stand up if we do not heed the warning of bonn hoffer we will go in that direction. We're going in that direction and it is only if we wake up and i mean wake up now because what happened in germany and this is kind of a key. There was a window when bonn hoffer was trying to wake them up and then at some point it was a game over too late. it's over and so people like martin niemoeller. He woke up and it was too late. Yeah and he gave his famous poem where he talks about. They came for this one. I didn't speak up. They came for that one. I didn't speak up so folks when they come against anybody when they come to cancel somebody to shut somebody up. If you don't speak up you've become part of the problem. They try to cancel somebody. Whether it's me or all the people that have been canceled. Stand up for them. Try to help them if we don't stand together now doesn't matter if you agree with everything i say but this is fundamentally un-american anyway just want to say that thanks for listening..

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Do you think happened is it just me. Does it look like the election was stolen. Because as an american there can be nothing more horrifying to me than the idea that we the people would have been murdered. That somebody decided. We don't care what you. The american people want in a leader. We've got another idea and we're gonna do what we can. I don't believe that that's true. But when i talked to people who know way more than i do they can give me. Chapter and verse. You seem to be someone. Also who is convinced. That joe biden was not legitimately elected. I don't want to believe that. But you believe that. I think the facts. I think the reason. I believe it goes the shows that i think. That's why you're getting to the bottom of it. In arizona in georgia benchley pennsylvania. Wisconsin i coming out of no h. b. s. autographs from hp was recruited by the toughest department goldman sachs mergers and acquisitions department. So i can do math. And i've talked to many prominent Guys around the world is mathematically impossible for joe biden of one now the proving those now the proving that with data in evidence. I'm a big supporter. We can't go forward to we get to the bottom of three november in get to the bottom of On lap when you saw those two parts of the equation right. What happened in on what happened to three november. We're going to gonna make progresses ohana that but there are a lot of pessimistic people often often conservatives and they go it's never gonna come out. They've got this. They wanna lose their sort of in the They have this idea that were the ba- losers but you and i were controlled opposition. What they are controlled. opposition was. That's mary justice workers. They're almost as dangerous as the

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You said something earlier. I wanna go back to it. I i know. I said this on your program yesterday but i i. After the election. I was always asking people that i know are smarter than i am about about politics. What do you think happened is it just me. Does it look like the election was stolen. Because as an american there can be nothing more horrifying to me than the idea that we the people would have been murdered. That somebody decided. We don't care what you. The american people want in a leader. We've got another idea and we're gonna do what we can. I don't believe that that's true. But when i talked to people who know way more than i do they can give me. Chapter and verse. You seem to be someone. Also who is convinced. That joe biden was not legitimately elected. I don't want to believe that. But you believe that. I think the facts. I think the reason. I believe it goes the shows that i think. That's why you're getting to the bottom of it. In arizona in georgia benchley pennsylvania. Wisconsin i coming out of no h. b. s. autographs from hp was recruited by the toughest department goldman sachs mergers and acquisitions department. So i can do math. And i've talked to many prominent Guys around the world is mathematically impossible for joe biden of one now the proving those now the proving that with data in evidence. I'm a big supporter. We can't go forward to we get to the bottom of three november in get to the bottom of On lap when you saw those two parts of the equation right. What happened in on what happened to three november. We're going to gonna make

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"School are tara live with a mom. Stayed home stay at home. Mom effect a mom who couldn't even drive in Both high school graduates my grandparents if they were educated Highs the third grade so in just a education everything the catholic church the life revolved around the catholic church in the system and we are all democrats in kind of the vietnam war You know we were very pro military so that was the separation. A lot of my family's still democrats but very patriotic president. Reagan was really the big galvanizing moment for a lot of the members of my family. And i went to i went to military prospal. Went into the military after college. Naval officer was on a destroyer at san diego in the south china sea persian gulf. That's film with asia. And china in back in the seventies and then went to the pentagon aide to the chief of naval operations in went to georgetown harbor wall street with goldman sachs and became a financier had a pretty good run and then later on after kind of quasi retardment. This guy named andrew breitbart was as wild manhattan. La help finance the the breitbart new breitbart cite andrew passed away unfortunately days before is about to launch and became the financial crisis. Showed these my dad. Who had his whole life been a believer in the system dumped his. At and t. Stock which right next to the catholic church was the second most sacred thing in our household blew it out dumped it. I said the system's not working for the little guide. I saw how they they how they did that. So i became more of a fire reading something something happened. And we're going to get back to that folks. I'm talking to steve bannon. Don't go away folks. I'm talking to steve bannon He.

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"At most people know you if know you from war room and so many people Listen and watch it but they would know you obviously from the trump administration in my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see trends then to be andrew breitbart arguer than andrew passed away. I kinda ran the site. The years was really a big supporter of trump's early on back at thirteen and fourteen. Because i saw him. As a oculus leader there was going to go against traditional controlled opposition republicanism and now in the fight for our lives in the fight for their. It's everything we've been talking about. What a four turney is in a fight for the country but the important things trump is. He is a providential figure he was. I think we only want through the intercession of divine providence. In sixteen

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"In my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see

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"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"steve bannon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's not easy. But with god's grace. I will continue to just be a to the extent that i am epic in cool. I'll leave it at that. Okay very good very good. Here's another one. Somebody's seemed to be a setup. But i think people really wanna know. We have gotten this several times. How can i order your books without going through amazon. You're skipping questions. I could see it right now. I saw what he did there. Okay next question is favourite. Raw bar item. Come on well i kept. I did skip that. I'm sorry the raw bar item. I wasn't this is the this is a real question. Somebody wrote in folks every week. We're going to do this. And we're posting on my instagram story. And you can write any question. And i'm trying to answer them all seriously. This one is. What is your favorite rob bar item. And i will tell you pecan ick oysters. I think they call them. Pico oysters. unbelievable. When i was a kid We would summer on the pecan. Ick bay on the north fork. The unhip fork of long island pecan ick bay oysters. Unbelievable okay. i'm sorry. I skipped that one what happened was we're running out of time before we go out on the air and i was like okay. I missed one Did you want to answer the very next one. sure okay. the next one is just very simple words. Water or coke okay. Coke is dead to me. We understand that when they made this choice to be fully woke. You cannot patronize a company. That just goes all in on lunacy. So i i will not drink coke products. I'm a pepsi man fanta. rc cola. Whatever it is anything but coke. An-and i like dr pepper. Not a real doctor. Kinda like joe biden not a real don out a real dry okay now again ordering through your books without amazon so this is this is a real question. It is okay. I tell everybody there's a couple of ways first of all if you go to my website air come under.