The American mainstream media is curious about Bannon’s skills and just discovered that he has a powerful podcast leading grassroots activists to major victories around the country that politicians want to be aligned with. Still, they are about two years late in their discovery.
“Bannon, the former Breitbart News executive and one of the architects of Trump’s Make America Great Again movement, has increasingly leveraged his “War Room: Pandemic” podcast into a kind of proxy primary. Ambitious Republicans are flocking there for the chance to demonstrate loyalty to Bannon’s former boss and pitch themselves to Trump’s voters — and, more indirectly, to Trump himself,” NBC News reported recently in an article titled, Bannon, has his MAGA megaphone back. GOP candidates know it.
“With Fox News appearing to lose favor among some of Trump’s most diehard fans, “War Room” appears to be gaining steam as a safe space for the far right. It’s routinely among the most popular podcasts on Apple’s platform and streams live twice each weekday and once every Saturday through the Real America’s Voice network,” Henry J. Gomez and Allan Smith reported in their article.
Bannon is often a target of hatred from the left because of this close relationship with the regular person, the grassroots activist. He has a way of reaching people and motiving them into action like few other political leaders in American politics. That is evident by the show’s guests, who talk about their activist work on Critical Race Theory and Election audits and the motivation they get from Bannon and his show.
NBC pointed out Bannon’s stated objective: “We pride ourselves on being the most populist, most economic nationalist wing of this movement.”
Bannon is also known for his full-blown opposition to the Chinese Communist Party, which he believes is intimately involved with the “managed decline of America.”
Because of that understanding of the political landscape and those relationships, Bannon has effectively put people into action to remake the Republican party with a strategy designed by his friend and associate, Dan Schultz.
People are now getting involved with the Republican Party, who never would have considered it in the past, after watching the party betray Trump in many places. Bannon uses his “MAGA microphone” to talk about Schultz’s long-time plan to get people to fill the smallest political offices in the Republican party- the Committeeman or the neighborhood precinct leader. Schultz says that is actually the most elite position because it shapes the party.
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Schultz is a frequent guest on the War Room podcast to talk about the Precinct Committee Project and released a new video outlining some of the details of this strategy.
NBC noted the influence Bannon has on the Republican party and wrote:
“The show has encouraged those on the far right to, as one guest laid out earlier this year, “invade” the Republican Party by becoming local GOP precinct committee officers — an effort that has gained momentum since Trump left office. But the show’s central focus has been China, specifically examining the role the Chinese government played in the pandemic. On the show, conspiracies involving Dr. Anthony Fauci, China and the election are all inextricably linked.”
“It seems like it’s more of a space where people who are already pretty radicalized to begin with can go to kind of hear their thoughts echoed back to them,” Bauer said after listening to the podcast. “It was like watching a superhero movie. It’s like a Marvel Universe, but for QAnon and MAGA types. … Unless you invested the energy to know all the characters and watched all the previous movies, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense,” the two NBC authors closed their article with, properly stating that Bannon is a superhero to many.
Listen to how the media and academic types describe the regular, hard-working populist class. They don’t understand as Bannon does.
We know that Bannon’s message resonates with the grassroots and the liberty-Conservative candidates in DC. And if his audience listens to him and follows Schultz’s plan, the two of them will have changed the face of politics for a very long time to come, which means political parties and politicians will act differently in DC. If people follow the Committee Project, it will be more effective than the Tea Party movement, and it will have taken place with the smallest unit of politics; the Neighborhood team captain role.
So what if Bannon win’s his “war” with the CCP by directing the grassroots to change the Republican Party? Then Schultz will be a superhero, and it will change Bannon from a superhero to an American founder.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776