Steve Bannon banned from Twitter, Facebook after beheading call

Steve Bannon banned from Twitter, Facebook after beheading call
Steve Bannon banned from Twitter, Facebook after beheading call

Former adviser Steve Bannon was suspended on Twitter after a horrific section on his podcast calling for a “warning” to federal officials to behead.

I speak on his podcast War room: pandemic Bannon said earlier today that he wanted to “go back to the old days of Tudor England,” where it would have been acceptable if the heads of Dr. Anthony Fauci and FBI Director Christopher Wray had been set on pike outside the White House.

Bannon, who served as the White House’s chief strategist for the first seven months of Donald Trump’s first term, called on the president to begin his second term with the sacking of the two federal officials.

“The second term begins with the firing of Wray and Fauci,” he said.

“Now I really want to go a step further, but I know that the president is a good-hearted and good man.

“I’d actually like to go back to the old days of Tudor England, I’d put my heads on pike, right, I’d put them on the two corners of the White House to warn federal bureaucrats.

“Either you come with the program or you are gone – time to stop playing games. Blow it all up, put Ric Grenell in as interim chief of the FBI today, that will make you shine, right. ”

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Bannon’s co-host Jack Maxey then referred to the anniversary of a hang in Philadelphia.

“You know what, Steve, just yesterday was the anniversary of the hanging of two Tories in Philadelphia that were Quaker businessmen who had lived with the British when they occupied Philadelphia,” said Maxey.

“These people were hanged. We used to do that with traitors. ”

“That’s how you won the revolution,” replied Bannon.

“Nobody wants to talk about it. The revolution wasn’t a garden party, was it? It was a civil war. It was a civil war. ”

Bannon’s Twitter for @WarRoomPandemic was suspended earlier today. Twitter said the account violated its code of conduct.

However, YouTube and have yet to follow suit.

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However, some cry hypocrisy after comedian Kathy Griffin’s Twitter account remained active.

Griffin’s career took a nosedive in 2017 after posting a gory photo of her showing a bloody, decapitated replica of Mr. Trump’s head.

And despite all the backlash at the time, Griffin posted the photo again yesterday.

The tweet is still active and Griffin’s Twitter is still activated.

Bannon’s podcast co-host Raheem Kassam responded to a comment from Griffin after tweeting the video.

“We got the idea from you, Kat! What makes you technically guilty of incitement, ”joked Kassam.

Bannon was arrested in August 2020 and charged with conspiracy on wire fraud and money laundering.

It is believed that Bannon and three others may have used funds from the “We Build The Wall” fundraiser, which was marketed to aid the construction of a border wall between the US and Mexico in ways that are “incompatible” with the way Way was how they were advertised for use public.

Bannon pleaded not guilty and was released on $ 5 million bail until he was tried in May next year.

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