BREAKING: Bannon Goes Off Once Dems Said Will Shelve Build Back Better Bill Will Move To Federalize Election!

The Senate Democrats will shelf the Build Back Better Bill and continue with the national elections bill giving them permanent power.

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Steve Bannon got crazy once he heard that, and we could see that this morning.

After the news, Bannon and his guest Peter Navaro attacked Mitch McConnell and asked for his resignation.

Steve Bannon: We told you that this is what Mitch McConnell has brought upon us. I told you this was going to happen. He gave them $3 trillion and now he’s given them a pathway to federalize all of these elections which is the only way they can win and they understand that. They understand. They’ve seen the polls. These are not dumb people. These are cunning and crafty people. You could see this a mile away. Rick Scott and the people of the Senate ought to have a conference today and they ought to take the leadership away from Mitch McConnell!

We hope and pray that the Democrats won’t have enough votes for the unconstitutional aim to federalize the voting system.


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