Bannon’s Sentencing Is Election Interference

In one of the biggest moves of election interference to stifle conservative media, Trump ally Steve Bannon reported for prison on Monday to serve a four-month sentence for defying a Congressional subpoena given by the sham January 6th committee.

Many might question why the move to imprison Bannon cries "election interference," but it is easy to quantify when Steve Bannon's pro-Trump War Room channel on Rumble boasts 1 million followers.

The reach extends to GETTR, Telegram, and Truth Social, as well video reshares on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

With just four months until the U.S. Presidential election, Bannon's influence plays a critical role in educating the greater American people.

The information shared on War Room—from coverage of the illegal immigration crisis at the U.S. southern border, foreign policy, anti-COVID vaccine statistics, whistleblower stories, and more—have been a hallmark of the new conservative movement since before the 2020 election and throughout the lockdown era.

Ahead of his first day as a political prisoner, "The Honeybadger" gave remarks to a roaring War Room posse and MAGA crowd outside of the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut.

His daughter Maureen Bannon as well as Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene gathered in the crowd of patriots to support the wrongfully convicted political prisoner.
Steve said, "The show is going to be bigger and better than ever, we're all gonna co-host. Nothing is gonna change; it's gonna be incredible."

Patriots carried "Free Bannon" signs, the famous Gadsden flag reading, "Don't Tread On Me" and banners expressing their loyalties to President Trump.

Bannon insisted to his followers, "Next man up! Next man up!" In reference to his urging for Americans to step up to the plate.

He animatedly said, "Martyrs die, and I’m far from dead, baby!"
Steve's daughter, Maureen, will be taking the helm until he returns.
On Sunday evening in a special with Jack Posobiec and Charlie Kirk, Bannon provided commentary and direction regarding the future of War Room.

"I'm gonna do exactly what I do every day, except I won't be back of this mic. Our team is so spectacular."

"You're not gonna see a miss in the news, but they're not gonna stop my First Amendment rights."

"And particularly, they're not gonna stop me from communicating with and talking to the grassroots orgs.”

When asked what he expects from the next several months, Bannon responded, "a Trump victory." 

Bannon is expected to be released in November of 2024, uncoincidentally around the U.S. Presidential election.

Stay tuned for more War Room updates from Maureen BannonGrace Chong, and Jayne Zirkle on X.