Take the 3:10 to Yuma
Stephen K. Bannon and co-host Dr. Peter Navarro run down the latest with the Maricopa County election audit. Bannon explains on Friday afternoon the Biden regime “hit the panic button.”
Navarro goes through the receipts on Arizona, which has a “cheat ratio” of 25 times more potential illegal ballots than the Biden “victory” margin.
Biden regime’s Attorney General Merrick Garland threatened to intervene in the recanvass that could expose ghost voters, dead voters, and other illegitimate votes.
“Democrats want to steal this not once, but twice,” Navarro said.
Bannon goes off on “wimp” Merrick Garland for threatening criminal charges for carrying out the legitimate audit.
“Why don’t you book the 3:10 to Yuma?” he said, after state senator Wendy Rogers said if Garland touches a ballot, he will end up in jail. Because there’s no possibility, brother, that you’re going to stop this. “There is zero chance.”
“The Biden administration is going to be — the mask is going to be ripped off,” Bannon said. “You’re going to be exposed for the exact illegitimate phonies you are.”
“You little wimp, take the 3:10 to Yuma,” he said. “You’re not going to shut this down.”
The New Concord Bridge
Dr. Peter Navarro decodes what the Biden regime’s DOJ means when they say “guidance.”
Honeybadger Mark Finchem says he is not surprised Garland is trying to intervene, because “he’s done this before.”
“We do not have national elections,” Finchem said.
“This is aimed right at the canvas,” said Navarro. “They’re trying to stop the canvas, because the canvas involves having to verify whether voters who are at a certain residence are actually the legal registered voters.”
Finchem said the DOJ is one of the “most corrupt institutions in our nation.”
“How can you intimidate a dead person?” he said. “How can you intimidate a person who is not at a vacant lot” but had a ballot cast.
Bannon says Arizona patriots will not be deterred.
“The patriots at the new Concord bridge said, ‘Hey how about this? A shot heard round the world,’” he said. “They’re not backing off.”
“The Justice Department has got to understand it, listen to Wendy Rogers,” Bannon said. “You come in here, you’re the ones who are going to have criminal penalties.”
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The Lady Rove Doth Protest Too Much
Mark Finchem says Arizona will not be intimidated by Merrick Garland.
“Every time they do something like this it adds more steel to the spine,” he said.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Republicans must rally to Arizona, and defend the pursuit of the truth.
“Every Republican leader should stand up,” he said. “All we are doing is trying to find the truth, and the Biden administration is desperate to keep that hidden.
“Their entire credibility, the truth of the election, all hinges on the Arizona senate and the people of Arizona,” Paxton said.
Paxton also says the “Bush establishment” is “coming after me,” after election fraud denier George P. Bush announced he’s challenging Paxton.
Navarro goes a little Shakespear on Paxton and says, “the lady doth protest too much.”
“In this case the lady in question is Karl rove,” he said.
Rove claims he is not involved in George P. Bush’s campaign, but Paxton isn’t buying it.
“They don’t want me doing what I’m doing,” Paxton said. “[Karl Rove has] always been involved with the Bushes. He’s made a lot of money off the Bush family and he’s going to make a lot of money off of this.”
He even criticized me for filing the election lawsuit that it was just a waste of time…he hasn’t done his research on the case
Grease Spot for Wall Street Oligarchs
Stephen K. Bannon and Peter Navarro annihilate Charlie Gasparino as a “grease spot for the Wall Street oligarchs.”
“You calling my people and threatening a lawsuit?” Bannon said, after he defended “the apes,” the young people on Wall Street taking on the big hedge funds.
“They are coming for the heart of that corrupt system,” he said. “All those insider trading tips you give.
Navarro said Gasparino is the “waterboy” for the Party of Davos.
“Screw you,” he said.
“The apes are to be admired,” Bannon said. “Charlie Gasparino is a running dog for the Party of Davos.”
“Let’s be clear,” said Navarro. “He’s a running poodle. Because nobody listens to Charlie Gasparino, nobody listens to him.”