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Bannon’s WarRoom, Show Clip Roundup 5/21/2024 [PM]

Bannon’s WarRoom, Show Clip Roundup 5/21/2024 [PM]

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Tuesday, May 21, 2024


Kelly Ward appeared with her husband and her attorney.  Her attorney described a situation where the Wards were indicted on Tuesday.

Raheem Kassam talked about current events covered by the National Pulse.

Julie Kelly talked about newly exposed unredacted documents from the unclassified documents case that shows there was a pre-authorized use of force in the mar-a-lago raid for “deadly force” on the Secret Service and President Trump.

Mike Davis talked about the Mar-a-Lago raid and the Crossfire Hurricane records that Davis said Biden was looking for in the raid.

David Zere reported live from the New York City courthouse.

Jillian Barberie talked about -Done with Debt. Discount with WarRoom.

Mark Mitchell from Rasmussen talked about recent polling for the 2024 elections.

Michael J. Gableman discussed the recall against the Republican Speaker of the Wisconsin General Assembly.

Full show in segments: 

Brad Miller And Kelli Ward Detail The Criminalization Of Free Speech On Elections In AZ

Lawyer represented Kelly Ward and her husband, Brad Smith.  The couple were arraigned in an Arizona court, where they face charges related to questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 and 2022 elections. They argue that these charges are an unconstitutional attempt to criminalize speech and being Republican. According to them, the Attorney General’s office took months to convince a grand jury that a crime occurred, but they maintain that no crime was defined. They also suggest there may be a political motive behind the timing of the charges, aiming to suppress questioning of the 2024 election. Smith, a former prosecutor and current U.S. Marine Corps Judge Advocate, is taking on the case because he believes in protecting the democratic process and freedom of speech. He sees the prosecution as an attempt to stifle debate and believes defending the right to question the government and hold officials accountable is important.

Raheem Kassam Details The MSN Lying About Tucker Carlson Starting A New Show In Russia

Raheem Kassam discusses the issue of foreign disinformation and its impact on American media, particularly highlighting a case involving Tucker Carlson and Ukrainian government influence. He suggests that certain journalists have been swayed by the Ukrainian state line, potentially to alter public opinion and influence elections. Kassam warns of a significant operation by the Ukrainian government to manipulate American reporters and limit the impact of certain voices, such as Carlson’s. He parallels this situation with recent events in Arizona, suggesting a pattern of attempts to suppress dissenting voices and manipulate public perception.

Julie Kelly: FBI Authorized Use Of Deadly Force During Mar-A-Lago Raid

Julie Kelly reported on revelations from documents related to FBI operations, particularly regarding the raid on Mar-a-Lago, indicating alarming plans, including authorization for lethal force against former President Trump, as well as procedures for triaging casualties and potential injuries during the raid. The documents also detail tactics such as room searches and possible confrontation with the Secret Service. These revelations suggest a concerning level of government overreach and potential threats to political figures, raising questions about the integrity of law enforcement actions and the protection of democratic processes.

Mike Davis And Steve Bannon Detail The Assassination Attempt On President Trump

Mike Davis expressed outrage over recent revelations regarding the raid on Mar-a-Lago and the authorization of deadly force against former President Trump or his associates. He draws parallels to past events, such as the controversy surrounding Hunter Biden’s laptop and the allegations of Russian disinformation. Davis emphasizes the seriousness of the situation, pointing to the presence of a combat medic, triage plans, and a trauma center as evidence of a potential assassination attempt. He argued that these actions reflect a larger conspiracy to silence Trump and protect those implicated in scandals like the Crossfire Hurricane. Davis calls for accountability and suggests that allowing such actions to continue would endanger the future of the Republic.

David Zere Reporting Live From President Trump’s Trial In NYC

David Zere provides insights from the courtroom, highlighting the dispute over defining the mindset of Donald Trump during the events in question, particularly regarding testimony and the definition of a retainer agreement. There’s also anticipation of protests against President Trump in the South Bronx, with significant involvement from elected officials and unions aiming to shut down the Subways. The protests reflect the Bronx’s heavily Democratic demographics and concerns about social safety nets.

Mark Mitchell Details Polling Numbers In Regards To Lawfare, Presidential Polling

Mark Mitchell discusses the concept of “lawfare” as a political tactic, where legal actions are used as weapons against opponents. He highlights public sentiment regarding recent indictments, with many perceiving them as politically motivated witch hunts. Mitchell points out that predictions made a year ago regarding the impact of such legal actions have come to fruition, with favorability shifting towards Trump. Recent polls show Trump with a significant lead over Biden, reflecting a broader trend of declining trust in institutions and dissatisfaction with the current administration’s handling of key issues such as the economy and immigration. Mitchell suggests that Biden’s policies and perceived lack of action on pressing issues have contributed to his declining popularity, with little hope for improvement for the Democratic Party in the near future.

Aaron Gulbransen Details Human And Child Trafficking Going On In The United States

There’s been a significant update on child trafficking in Tennessee, a state with growing awareness about corporate involvement in this issue. Recent raids resulted in the apprehension of 28 individuals, including a former Boston pitcher. Eduardo shared insights into the prevalence of child trafficking in Mexico, with the United States serving as a major demand market. Additionally, Tennessee has implemented laws, driven by Eduardo’s efforts, to combat this problem.

Jillian Barberie Describes How ‘Done With Debt’ Can Help The WarRoom Posse

Done with Debt serves as a middleman to help individuals struggling with debt navigate their financial challenges. They negotiate with creditors on behalf of clients, aiming to reduce harassing calls and aggressive collection tactics. By engaging in the process, Done with Debt aims to alleviate the stress and burden associated with debt, offering relief and support to individuals facing financial difficulties.

Judge Michael J. Gableman Details What Must Be Done To Help President Trump Win Wisconsin

Judge Gableman highlights the questionable actions of Robin Vos, alleging ties to Chinese interests and authoritarian tactics. Vos, controlling Wisconsin’s Republican party, is accused of promoting fear among his constituents and obstructing legislation that would prevent the Chinese government from acquiring Wisconsin farmland. Gableman asserts that efforts are underway to gather enough signatures for Vos’s recall, urging Wisconsin residents to support the initiative over Memorial Day weekend.

“In our movement, the Citizen comes first” -Steve Bannon
This newsletter is to implement the work of WarRoom guests. Remember, “Action, Action, Action,” as  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.”

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