Steve Bannon Issues Dire Warning About Upcoming Election

Steve Bannon, former chief strategist for President Trump, said last month that he believes Joe Biden will be impeached in November over the administration’s handling of the immigration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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“You have stood down ICE and you’ve stood down Border Patrol, and guess what? That’s the impeachment hearing I want to hear,” Bannon said in a segment on his War Room show.

“You’re going to sit there day after day and week after week and we’re going to bring the witnesses,” Bannon added. “We’re going to bring the witnesses of what you did to this country and what you did on the southern border.”

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“Preserve your documents because after impeachment, they’re going to put you up on criminal charges. Criminal charges for allowing this country to be invaded by your actions.”

“Acts of commission not acts of omission,” declared Bannon. “We’re not going to back down, so write it down. This November is about one thing: it’s impeaching Joe Biden to stop this madness and to stop this illegitimate regime from destroying our nation.”

About a week and a half ago, Bannon went into how Biden would be impeached. By Republicans taking back the House.

Trump’s former top guy said that the would be a “populist uprising” made up of “Hispanics, African Americans, and working-class people,” that would sweep the coming elections.

His prediction rings true as we saw Republican Mayra Flores flip a long-held Democratic House seat in South Texas.

Yes, that Mayra Flores whose young daughter was pushed aside by racist Nancy Pelosi during a photo-op.

Bannon recently spoke about the upcoming midterms on his War Room podcast.

Regarding what happened in the 2020 election, he said “We’re not complaining about it anymore.”

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“Remember, there are no whining and no tears in the War Room. We’re taking action, and that action is, we’re taking over school boards, we’re taking over the Republican Party through the precinct committee strategy, we’re taking over all the elections,” Bannon said.

He noted the gubernatorial victory of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia despite the state voting for Biden for president.

“Suck on this: Ninety-five percent of the billets in Virginia were occupied by election officials and poll watchers, and that is a principal reason that we secured the election of Youngkin, OK?” he declared.

“They’re there to have a free and fair count. And we’re going to continue that. And we’re gonna get to the bottom of three November, and we’re going to decertify the electors, OK?” he continued, echoing Trump’s claim that the results of the 2020 election will one day somehow be reversed,” Bannon continued.

“And you’re going to have a constitutional crisis. But you know what? We’re a big and tough country, and we can handle that. We’ll be able to handle that. We’ll get through that.”

Indeed, polls seem to bear out what Bannon is saying.

Rasmussen Reports latest poll released on June 24th point to a big Republican sweep:

The 2022 midterm elections are now 137 days away, and Republicans have an eight-point lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that, if the elections for Congress were held today, 48% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican candidate, while 40% would vote for the Democrat. Just three percent (3%) would vote for some other candidate, but another eight percent (8%) are not sure.

The Republican lead has increased by three points since last week, when they led 46%-41%. The GOP has led the Generic Congressional Ballot all year.

The Republican lead on the congressional ballot is due both to greater GOP partisan intensity and a 15-point advantage among independents. While 90% of Republican voters say they would vote for their own party’s congressional candidate, only 83% of Democrats would vote for the Democratic candidate. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, 45% would vote Republican and 30% would vote Democrat, while eight percent (8%) would vote for some other candidate and 17% are undecided.

According to the report, if the election were held today, 54% of whites, 20% of blacks, and 45% of other minorities would vote Republican. More than half (58%) of African-American voters, 35% of whites, and 40% of other minorities say they will vote Democrat.

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Despite this “gender gap” widening, male voters (54%) now prefer Republican candidates (12 points more than female voters (42%). Last week, the gap stood at eight points.

A majority of voters under 40 favor Democratic candidates, but 51% of voters aged 40-64 would vote Republican, and 57% of those 65 and older would vote Republican.

With Roe v. Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court, we will have to wait and see what kind of impact the decision will have on voter sentiment. Younger voters, who typically tend to be in favor of abortion rights and who already favor Democrats, will vote the same.

The economy will definitely weigh heavily on voters’ minds as they struggle to make ends meet as Biden continues to push the Democratic Party’s socialist agenda of wiping out American energy independence.