Jack Posobiec talks to hist Steve Bannon about the assassination of Darya Dugina in Moscow. Dugina was the daughter of Russian ultranationalist Alexander Dugin and was apparently driving his car when it exploded due to a bomb. Dugin was a major proponent of the invasion of Ukraine, and speculation has looked at the possibility this was carried out by Ukrainian forces.
“Regardless of your stand on this war, this is a major escalation. This could potentially be a Franz Ferdinand moment on the Eurasian land mass. … You have to understand there are going to be responses to this, and there is going to be geopolitical fallout on the backs of committing terrorist attacks inside the capital.”