On Monday, October 20th 2019 we launched the War Room: Impeachment podcast and radio show in order to bring truth and some semblance of explanation to the impeachment proceedings against President Donald J. Trump.
Hosted by the former Breitbart News Chairman, Trump campaign CEO, and former Chief Strategist in the White House Stephen K. Bannon, the show kicked off on the John Fredricks network broadcasting across the United States and livestreaming online.
Co-hosts Raheem Kassam and Jason Miller join Bannon every morning at 9am Eastern Time to unpack the day’s events as it pertains to the secret House Democrat impeachment proceedings, with exclusive interviews with Members of Congress, journalists, writers, and top legal analysts.
Her Majesty The Queen is Britain’s final constitutional backstop. On Aug. 28, she acted in the interest of the majority of people in Britain. She approved Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s request to suspend Parliament from early September to mid-October.
The move paves the way for Johnson to follow through on Brexit. The British people voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, but Parliament has sought to thwart the people’s will for the last three years.
Parliament has of course done itself no favors as of late: originally voting in favor of the referendum itself, voting for Article 50 — which notified the EU of the result and intent to leave — voting for the Withdrawal Act, which set leaving in motion, but then rejecting a deal with the EU three times.
The problem was that Anthony Scaramucci thought Donald Trump was his friend.
Not his colleague, not his acquaintance, not his boss. His friend.
There’s a scene in The Brink about this, when Steve Bannon tells erstwhile Trump whisperer Sam Nunberg, “When you reach [Trump’s] level you don’t have grundoons for friends … guys like you and Corey [Lewandowski] and [Roger] Stone think you’re his friends.”
“The Mooch” made a similar mistake.
He thought he was being brought into the White House as a close confidant of President Trump. In reality, he was being used to break a deadlock between established camps in the West Wing. He served his purpose and was shown the door before he could blow a second kiss to the White House press corps.
The Mooch is obviously a sentimental guy. He greeted me with hugs on several occasions, even though I barely knew him. He also told some grievously off color jokes about women to me and a group of gathered friends. Again, without really knowing us. This was while he was in the President’s employ.
By now there can be no denying the success of the Trump Administration in righting the ship of America’s international trade position that foundered under previous administrations.
Trump, who has been banging on about the matter since the 1980s, has not only begun to rectify the nation’s relationship with cheater China, but recently sent Ambassador John Bolton to Britain to finalize the agreement over a new, post-Brexit U.K.-U.S. trading relationship.
These are massive, historical achievements on par with the president’s record on the appointment of federal judges.
If Kristina Keneally and her Labor cohorts were to be believed, it would not have been “Allahu akbar” the stabber in Sydney cried from the rooftop of a Mercedes yesterday. They’d have you think he was more likely to shout, “Raheem is Great!” before his violent spree, such has been their insistence that I am the real threat to Australia.
Today, a woman lies dead, and Australia once again sees the fruits of fundamentalist Islam and the perverseness that some mainstream interpretations of the Quran have bestowed upon Western nations.
A man of Turkish-Cypriot origin and an apparent Muslim convert is alleged to have murdered a woman and then attempted to stab others in Sydney’s central business district.
There’s no upshot to this. It’s yet another tragedy summoned forth by those unwilling to recognise the rot at the heart of one of the world’s fastest-growing and influential religions: Islam.
Conservatives are banned and stifled on social media and by traditional media outlets, too. This we know to be true, despite CNBC’s sloppy protests to the contrary.
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) recently implored national networks in the United States: “Don’t let Neo-Nazis on TV.”
Of course, neo-Nazis don’t really go on television. And when they do, it is usually in the form of CNN attempting to use them as a stick by which to beat President Trump.
So when AOC tweets about keeping “neo-Nazis” off the airwaves, she’s not talking about actual neo-Nazis. She’s talking about ordinary conservatives who she brands neo-Nazis in order to vilify and de-platform them.
I am one of those ordinary conservatives, and in the last few weeks I have witnessed — though scarcely been a part of — a national debate in Australia as to whether or not I should be allowed into the country to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Australia.
Bemusing, for sure. Especially since almost no Australian outlets have bothered to contact me for comment about the alarming allegations made against me. I’m not allowed a say. Because I’m not really the left’s target. I just happen to be a decent enough reflection of conservative nationalists in general. They think taking me out represents some big victory. It doesn’t. I’ll just go back to playing ping pong and getting massages.
NEW MEXICO – Entering the We Build the Wall symposium on the U.S.-Mexico border to chants of, “2024!”, Donald Trump Jr. used the occasion to blast former special counsel Bob Mueller, and to tell personal stories about his family’s experiences with socialism.
“We need a border, we need to be able to protect ourselves, our Citizens, from the drug trade,” the President’s son began, congratulating organizers Brian Kolfage and others at their fundraisers for the privately-funded border wall.
“When I hear some of the human stories, the suffering that has been going on as a result of this crisis, it is truly heart wrenching,” he said, before adding, “We have to put America first… the homeless… the veterans”.
His most fiery comments, however, were saved for Robert Mueller and his team.
We all owe the Democrat Party of America another thank you.
Hot off the backs of making ‘the Squad’ their public faces for the 2020 campaign, Democrats handed President Trump and conservatives another victory today in the form of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congressional committees.
Mueller, as many observers noted, seemed unfamiliar with much of his own report, steadily falling into a pattern of refusing to answer questions, or simply endorsing the findings of the report which has already been public for three months.
After the report’s release, Mueller alongside Attorney General Bill Barr put out a rare joint statement which affirmed the fact that the Special Counsel was not in a position to offer a determination over whether or not President Trump had committed any crimes per the scope of the Russia investigation.
In other words, Democrats who expected a fiery Bob Mueller to recommend impeachment of the 45th President of the United States were already setting themselves up for a fall.