The lapdog media pays attention when Stephen K. Bannon talks, freaks out, and then publishes their dramatic bombast as “news.” Two prominent stories at the moment demonstrate the genuine panic the authoritarian state is experiencing, and it would be worthwhile to dissect both.
Just a few days after Bannon was found guilty of two counts of contempt of Congress, the media’s response to his most recent War Room show reveals their collective “gaseket”
But Bannon, a former adviser to President Donald J. Trump, has not slowed down his struggle to save the American Republic—not even in the slightest—despite the possibility of jail time.
Bannon’s latest War Room comments poses a danger to permanently put an end to the Democrats’ numerous usurpations and to the left’s protracted march through American institutions.
Bannon reportedly asked for “4,000 shock troops to come forward to dismantle the United States federal government brick by brick,” according to The Independent.
There is a plan in place that this second Trump term is going to be far more consequential than the first one,” a co-host claimed during a recent program.
Steve Cortes joined Bannon in calling for the enlistment of thousands of “shock troops,” as the media dubbed them.
Bannon put a target on the concept, saying that he would be the subject of a one-hour special to address this issue in the near future.
“I want everybody to understand deeply exactly what we’re doing here. Because you’re going to be a part of it,” Bannon stated.
Steve Bannon revealed he is having a one-hour special to train "4,000 shock troops" on the plan for "deconstructing" the government.
"And particularly [we] want people stepping forward, say, hey, I want to be one of those 4,000 shock troops." pic.twitter.com/0vJFj5BtsF
— David Edwards (@DavidEdwards) July 25, 2022
According to the Independent piece, Bannon is anything but inconsistent:
“Mr. Bannon has repeatedly deployed his shock troop shtick in the past year.
In October 2021, he claimed the Maga movement had “20,000 shock troops” who were “ready to go” during a podcast rant.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
He repeated the claim that 4,000 shock troops were preparing to take over the government while hosting Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz in December.”
Noteworthy is that “Shock troops” is how the left describes Americans getting involved with their civic duties to the United States of America.