War room remembers when Americans started their fight for independence 246 years ago at Lexington and Concord.
Raheem Kassam says it’s not too late to keep the spirit of Patriots’ Day alive.
“It’s not too late that thing was yesterday,” he said. “And we have to treat it like it was yesterday.”
From Lexington and Concord to Shelter in Place
Stephen K. Bannon goes on epic rant after learning events to commemorate Lexington and Concord will be virtual.
“You at Lexington and Concord 246 years from now the commemoration of what you did we’re not actually going to have it in person because we are in our homes as cowards?” Bannon said.
You’re “cowered in your homes because of a guy like Tony Fauci?” he said. “It’s not even that they would be disgusted, they would not comprehend it.”
Bannon has no sympathy for the elites sending concerned letters about critical race theory on the Upper West Side. They destroyed the country, so what if their kids are now morons?
MAGA Revolution in Georgia
John Fredericks recaps the MAGA revolution throughout local counties in Georgia over the weekend. The Republican Party takeover is well underway.
“We are on the cusp of taking over the Republican Party in Georgia,” he said.
Plus, Dan Schultz explains how landslide victories of pro-America First candidates has the RINOs running scared.
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Why is Dominion So Worried?
Boris Epshteyn gives an update on what is happening in Maricopa County, and why Dominion and Perkins Coie are “losing their mind.”
“We as Republicans…have to make sure we’re fighting against this army of lawyers that are descending to Arizona to fight against this audit,” Epshteyn said. “We have to fight against them to make sure this audit gets done.”
“The fact that they’re protesting so much makes you believe there’s got to be something there,” he said. “Why are they so worried?”