On Episode 101 of War Room: Impeachment Stephen K. Bannon explained the importance of putting the interagency consensus on trial in the impeachment process.
“Here is what’s interesting in this impeachment process,” Bannon began. “If you think it’s nasty and tough so far, you ain’t seen nothing yet. We’re about to go into the grind now.”
“Now you have got the convergence of war, the issues of war,” he explained the influence of the killing of Soleimani on impeachment. “The whole scab is going to get picked off of what have we been doing for the last twenty years. What is this? Why have we been there? What’s the sacrifice? Who’s to be believed? All of it. It’s all going to come out.”
“That’s why I get back to: you need a long trial. Mitch McConnell’s wrong, the Republican establishment is wrong. They don’t understand Trump. They don’t understand the Trump movement. They don’t understand why he’s a transformative and historic figure. This all has to come out,” Bannon emphasized.
“What they have to put on trial in the impeachment process is the Afghanistan Papers. That is what the Washington consensus is. That is what the interagency consensus is. That’s the hypocrisy of all these people. That’s what you have to drill down in. In that, you get to the thing itself.”