War Room begins on woke corporations Coca Cola, Home Depot getting their marching orders from Stacey Abrams.
John Fredericks updates the status of the two election reform bills working their way in Georgia.
â€œThis is the center of the universe down there,â€ said Bannon. â€œYou got the a forensic audit that could change the whole nation, and put into question the whole legitimacy of Biden.
â€œThis is everything,â€ he said. â€œGeorgia is the center of it.â€
Coca-Cola and Home Depot come out against GOP-led Georgia election reform push
Raheem Kassam has two words for Col. Vindman after reading his 900-word whine-fest in Lawfare.
Alex Vindman Wants to Sue People Who Were Mean to Him Online
Open Borders Unholy Alliance
John Fredericks explains the sources of the â€œunholy alliance of all timeâ€ between Republicans and Democrats. Cheap labor and cheap votes makes them both push for open borders.
Rudy’s Free Legal Advice to Col. Vindman
War Room reacts to threats from “wimp” Col. Vindman, and anxiously await discovery if he follows through on suing people whose opinions he doesn’t like.
Raheem Kassam walks through another Washington Post story that reveals the Capitol not being protected on January 6 was the result of the military establishment and the media.
Giuliani lays out why President Trump could sue the Post for defamation for their false story about Georgia.
Washington Post: Army initially pushed to deny Districtâ€™s request for National Guard before Jan. 6
The â€˜Eâ€™ Word
War Room discusses the explosive new Project Veritas video of a senior Facebook executive discussing Mark Zuckerbergâ€™s plans for eugenics and artificial intelligence.
â€œThis is chilling when you hear this executive,â€ said Bannon.
â€œThe guy who influenced our elections is the same guy who owns all the data…is now talking about eugenics?â€ asked Kassam.
“Delete your Facebook accounts.”
WATCH: â€˜They Must Be Stoppedâ€™…Facebook executive caught discussing Zuckerbergâ€™s plans for eugenics, AI, â€˜humans are expendableâ€™
Facebook exec recorded saying company ‘too powerful’