On Episode 35 of War Room: Impeachment, Stephen K. Bannon and Raheem Kassam discuss a newly released poll which, if accurate, reflects worrisome trends related to the impeachment of President Trump among young voters.
The poll, which isolated voters ages 18 to 29, found 52 percent of all eligible youth voters and 58 percent of likely youth voters in the 2020 presidential general election believe Trump should be impeached and removed from office.
Twenty-seven percent of all youth voters and 28 percent of likely general election voters disagreed that he should be impeached and removed. The remaining said they did not know, didn’t care or declined to answer the question about impeachment.
However, Kassam points out “It’s interesting that USA Today has chosen to pull this Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics’s poll out today because the majority of the actual data was released in October. If you want any proof at all this is a weaponization of information and data this is it.”
Bannon reiterates: “This is psyops. The ABC poll, the Harvard poll they’re all coming in on the eve of big game day. As more people come into the broadcast television aspect of this, they’re trying to prepare the battlefield.”
Both Kassam and Bannon agree, “It’s information warfare.”