Top-rated Real America’s Voice podcaster Steve Bannon declared on his Friday “War Room” program that the Republican Party is taking over elections around the country.
In his comments, he spoke directly to the 2020 presidential election, saying, “We’re not complaining about it anymore.”
“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,” the host said.
He went on to note the victory of Glenn Youngkin, who won the Nov. 2nd gubernatorial race in Virginia even after the state voted for Joe Biden in the presidential election in 2020 by 10 points.
“Suck on this: Ninety-five percent of the billets in Virginia were occupied of election officials and poll watchers, and that is a principal reason that we secured the election of Youngkin, OK?” he said.
“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.
“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,” he said.
Conservative Brief :
To Bannon’s point, a brand new survey released by a conservative pollster shows that voters prefer GOP candidates over Democrats by nearly 13 points.
In addition, voters expect Republicans to keep the Biden administration in check, the survey from the Convention of States Action, working with the polling firm Trafalgar Group.
Tuesday’s poll found that 54.4% of American voters and 41.9% prefer Democratic ones, while 3.7% are undecided.
Pollsters said 81% of voters are confident that if Republicans win control of Congress in this year’s elections, they will follow through on vows to try to block or undo Mr. Biden’s policies.