Steve Bannon and Raheem Kassam talk about evidence that the international populist movement is risking up across the globe. Kassam, who is from the UK, reports on a special election in a district where the Conservative Party has held the seat for 200 years. But last night, the Conservatives were rejected. Kassam and Bannon believe that’s because the average conservative voter is rejecting the pro-mandate policies of supposed Conservative leader Boris Johnson. In Part 2, Foreign Editor Ben Harnwell confirms Kassam’s theory.
Part 2: CCP Virus Is Changing The British Political Landscape