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Bannon’s WarRoom, Show Clip Roundup 4/15/2024 [AM]- Conflict of Interest for Judge [Trial of Donald Trump]

Bannon’s WarRoom, Show Clip Roundup 4/15/2024 [AM]- Conflict of Interest for Judge [Trial of Donald Trump]

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Monday, April 15, 2024

Steve Bannon anchored the Monday morning WarRoom Program on Real America’s Voice.

Here is your daily SITREP:

The cold open for Monday morning’s show set the tone, with clips from MSNBC shaping the narrative about President Donald J. Trump being on trial as a historic show trial ahead of the 2024 election. The talking heads openly stated that this was a push for Democracy—thereby unseating our Republic in weaponizing the judicial system. Bannon also addressed updates about the Baltimore Bridge crash.

“We have to be President Trump’s bullhorn because of his gag order,” Laura Loomer told Bannon. “We are going to punch through the wall of noise on this trial. There is no gag order on the WarRoom,” Bannon said. 

Reaction from GETTR chat: mbd2021 wrote.”The world is watching – Manhattan is a hellscape.”

(Cover Photo Screengrab from The Center for Renewing America Conference Speech – May 12, 2023 See WarRoom Speeches for more of Bannon’s historic speeches)


Steve Bannon opened the week by marking of the 159th anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and Tax Day, drawing parallels to the political assassination of Trump at his trial.

Laura Loomer is seen live from the NYC courthouse and smashed the media’s love of chaos to divide the country.

Andrew Giuliani reported live from the NYC court and talked about details of the jury selection process for Trump and trashed the DA for ties to George Soros, who brought the case against Trump in the first place.

Mike Davis reported from the NYC courthouse and discussed the details of the charges against Trump, showing that the case is, at best, a bookkeeping error.

David Zere reported from NYC courthouse and talked about a vast amount of media, exposing the wealth of celebrity DAs for Democrat Lawfare while crime is surging against the people with no consequences.

Jack Posobiec talked about the Baltimore Bridge collapse turning into a criminal case. Posobiec marked the 5th anniversary of the burning of Notre Dame in France.

Chris Hoar talked about the importance of having satellite phones.

Mike Lindell discussed the importance of election integrity and specials at My Pillow for the WarRoom.

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Laura Loomer Tweet shows conflict for the judge

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WarRoom Live Footage Feed of Trump Trial 

Coup d’etat WarRoom Special that Bannon says ‘sets the table’ for Trump’s trial

Full show in segments:

Bannon Connects Lincoln’s Assassination To The Present Day Political Assassination of Trump

Steve Bannon discussed several significant events unfolding worldwide. The day marks the 159th anniversary of President Lincoln’s assassination, a pivotal moment in American history. This day also serves as tax day for many individuals. In the midst of these events, the Israeli war cabinet convened to deliberate on a response to an attack by Persians over the weekend.

Meanwhile, the FBI launched a criminal investigation into a vessel’s collision with the Francis Scott Key Bridge, as previously anticipated. In sports news, Scottie Scheffler emerges victorious in the Masters golf tournament. He attributes his success to his faith, echoing the sentiments of another devout Christian, a Scottish chef.

However, amid these happenings, a significant political event unfolds as the trial of President Trump commences, drawing parallels to President Lincoln’s assassination nearly six decades prior. Bannon describes this event as crossing the Rubicon, signifying a critical juncture in American politics.

The legal machinery now engages with President Trump’s actions in a courtroom setting, marking a momentous development in the political landscape.

Kaitlin Collins Runs Away From Laura Loomer

Laura Loomer reports live from Lower Manhattan, highlighting the media’s bias and their avoidance of tough questions regarding President Trump’s legal proceedings. She mentions Caitlin Collins from CNN’s reluctance to engage with her on the topic.

Despite a lack of mainstream conservative media coverage, independent journalists and citizen journalists are present, expressing support for Trump and condemning what they see as a weaponized justice system. Loomer emphasizes the importance of citizen journalism in holding the media accountable.

The discussion touches on the injustice in the legal proceedings against Trump, framing it as a pivotal moment in American politics marked by lawfare tactics.

Andrew Giuliani Live From Trump NYC Trial

Andrew Giuliani discusses the historic trial involving President Trump in a Manhattan courtroom, characterizing it as a politically motivated persecution.

Giuliani expresses concern about the jury selection process, emphasizing the need for unbiased jurors to ensure a fair trial. Giuliani criticizes the involvement of political figures and suggests that the case should be moved to federal court.

He also highlights the trial’s potential impact on Trump’s political activities and suggests that the prosecution’s goal is to drain Trump’s resources and hinder his political engagement. Overall, Giuliani argues that the case lacks merit and hopes for a fair trial despite the political climate in Manhattan.

Mike Davis: NY Democrat Judges’ Kids Are Profiting Off The Banana Republic Charges Against Trump

Mike Davis provides insight into the trial against President Trump in lower Manhattan, characterizing it as a politically motivated persecution orchestrated by anti-Trump forces within the Democratic establishment. He highlights the case’s origins, which began as a time-barred bookkeeping misdemeanor and evolved into 34 felony charges under the influence of political operatives.

Davis criticizes the biased nature of the trial, pointing out the Democrat judge’s ties to Biden and the financial stake of the judge’s daughter in the prosecution.

He also sheds light on the background of Matthew Cole Angelo, a key figure in the case with a history of partisan involvement. Overall, Davis paints a picture of a rigged courtroom where Trump’s adversaries are attempting to bankrupt and imprison him for political reasons.

“They’re The Destroying The City”: Zere Reveals How Biden’s Migrant Crisis Is Eroding New York City

David Zere provides insight into New York City’s deteriorating situation, describing it as a 21st-century hellhole plagued by rising crime and declining quality of life.

He criticizes the city’s leadership for prioritizing political persecution over addressing pressing issues such as crime and public safety.

Zere discusses President Trump’s challenges in obtaining a fair trial, highlighting the need for unbiased jurors in a politically charged environment. He also expresses frustration with the Biden administration’s handling of foreign policy, particularly regarding Iran and Israel.

Overall, Zeroe paints a grim picture of New York City’s current state and calls for change in leadership and priorities.

Jack Posobiec On The FBI Opening Investigation Into Baltimore Bridge Collapse

In March, a bridge collapse occurred, prompting initial dismissal of concerns by the mainstream media. However, with persistent questioning from independent sources like the War Room posse, including Jack Posobiec and Steve Bannon, doubts persisted.

Investigations revealed potential malfunctions aboard the ship involved, raising questions about negligence or intent. The lack of transparency regarding the incident, including the identities of personnel involved, heightened suspicions. Laura Loomer emphasized the need for thorough investigations into potential criminal negligence or malicious intent.

Despite attempts to downplay the incident, pressure from citizen journalists led to the FBI opening a criminal probe. The bridge collapse, resulting in six fatalities, underscored the seriousness of the situation and the failure of mainstream media to address it adequately, Posobiec told Bannon.

This incident and the Notre-Dame fire in France symbolized the erosion of traditional values and the need for accountability in government. The families of the victims who set up a memorial serve as a reminder of the human toll of such tragedies.

Overall, the incident highlights the importance of persistent questioning and holding authorities accountable amidst growing concerns about the nation’s infrastructure and governance, according to Posobiec.

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Chris Haor discusses the importance of being prepared for emergencies, particularly in light of recent attacks in Israel and other parts of the world. He emphasizes the reliability of satellite phones, which can operate independently of cell towers and provide crucial communication during emergencies. Chris highlights a special offer for the Iridium 9555 satellite phone with 100 minutes per month, emphasizing the potential for communication even in situations where traditional cell phones may fail.

He directs interested individuals to visit the website or call 941-955-1020 to learn more and take advantage of the offer. Chris expresses gratitude for the opportunity to provide this service and encourages prompt action due to potential limited availability.

Mike Lindell Previews Plan To Secure Elections In Four States Over Next Three Days

Michael Lindell emphasizes the importance of securing election platforms in light of the perceived consequences of stolen elections, referring to the ongoing legal proceedings against  President Trump.

He encourages people to visit to get involved in securing elections. Despite distractions like attacks on his own company, My Pillow, Lndell offers an exclusive deal for War Room listeners: free shipping on their entire order at using the promo code “WarRoom.”

He highlights various discounted products, including My Pillow 2.0 and towel sets, and thanks customers for their support, adding that he will be traveling to 4 states over the next three days to talk about election integrity.

This newsletter is to implement the work of WarRoom guests. Remember, “Action, Action, Action,” as Steve Bannon reminds us.

(Credit for the Pencil drawing: Chris Hiers)

“I drew for Rush Limbaugh for 20 years, his monthly Limbaugh Letter covers and illustrated his Rush Revere books as well. After he died, I was gutted tbh and decided to return to drawing basics. I have evolved into an old-school pencil portrait artist, and I have 2 books are in the works now, and I feel in a pretty good groove again ,” Hiers said , adding this about the Bannon piece specifically:

“This particular work [Bannon as John Paul Jones] was rooted in a show of support for the “Honey Badger” SKB after he was leaving the courtroom last Sept and he quoted John Paul Jones. “I have not yet…” I thought it would make an interesting piece.”

Now it’s your turn Posse.. go do some action and be a part of your own nation’s history.

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