Remembering Andrew Breitbart
War Room remembers Andrew Breitbart on the 9th anniversary of his passing. Stephen K. Bannon, Raheem Kassam, and Jason Jones share their personal memories of the conservative legend.
“You would know where Andrew was by the smiles of everyone’s face,” says Jones. “People would glow.”
Does Your Christian Book Store Sell Products Made By Slaves?
Catholic filmmaker Jason Jones discusses his new report exposing Christian book stores in America carrying products made by labor camps in Communist China.
Jones says the War Room audience must mobilize. “You have to go to your local Christian book store,” he said. “It’s the beating heart of our communities.
“If we cannot have Christian books stores free of products made by slaves there is no hope for Apple, Coca-Cola and Nike.”
Revolver’s Darren Beattie returns with new information regarding the Jan. 6 mysteries surrounding Capitol Hill police officer Brian Sicknick’s death. Beattie exposes Big Media’s lies from fire extinguishers to bear spray, and says his next bombshell report will hit Wednesday.
Go on the War Path
Darren Beattie, former speechwriter, praises President Trump’s speech at CPAC, and offers friendly advice on how Trump can use his powerful endorsement power. Don’t just use it against overt enemies, use it against the McCarthy and McConnell types who are sabotaging the America First agenda behind the scenes.
Tom Del Beccaro explains why President Trump is like Andrew Jackson after the Corrupt Bargain of 1824. His CPAC speech can kick off a nationwide movement against elites in Washington, just like Jackson did.
Plus, Del Becarro says CPAC missed an opportunity by not focusing on California and the grassroots recall of Gavin Newsom.