(PatriotWise.com)- Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon issued a warning to America and to anybody involved with misconduct and fraud in the last presidential election, stating that he and other patriots “are not going to stop” battling fraud.
During Monday’s episode of Bannon’s “War Room” podcasts, Bannon also went to bat for former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who has been targeted in a multi-billion-dollar defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems. Giuliani is accused of wrongly claiming that Dominion’s machines were used to overturn the election results, even though Giuliani was acting as President Donald Trump’s personal attorney and presenting information about the alleged fraud at evidentiary hearings.
Bannon also referred to claims that Giuliani committed FARA (Foreign Agent Registration Act) violations in conjunction with his work in Ukraine.
“This FARA violation is a joke… Remember, they wanted Rudy off the stage focusing on the election fraud. Remember, Rudy started it in Arizona,” Bannon said, indicating that the deep state is after Giuliani for exposing election fraud.
He reminded listeners how Jan Bryant testified during Giuliani’s 14-hour hearing, and how thousands of affidavits were obtained from witnesses all over the country who saw election fraud and misconduct.
“And I think there was 2,000 affidavits throughout the country. What Clements did was review the affidavits and say, ‘Hey, I’m a lawyer, at least a third to a half of them are at an evidentiary level you can put them up at any court in the country,’” Bannon said, describing how perfectly legitimate evidence wasn’t seen in the courts despite Giuliani presenting it.
He added that precisely because Giuliani is “going to get to the bottom of the illegitimacy of what happened,” the deep state is going after him.
“We are not going to stop… Just remember there is work going on 24-7 throughout the nation. Whether it’s in New Hampshire, in Michigan, in Wisconsin, in Georgia. It’s all gonna come out,” Bannon said.
The Arizona recount and audit is currently underway with three independent contractors working on examining the votes in the state and identifying possible patterns of fraud.