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Watch Steve Bannon Interview Alex Jones


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Host of War Room Steve Bannon interviewed none other than Alex Jones.

In the interview, Bannon asked Jones about his new book called the Great Reset and explained how Klaus Schwab’s family had deep connections with Nazi Germany and the former OSS.

Jones would go on to praise Bannon for standing up for free speech and stated that both he and Bannon won’t just roll over for the establishment but rather fight them.

Check out a snippet of the interview here:

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BizPac Review reported these details:

As the culture war rages on, independent media outlets and content producers toil away against a seemingly never-ending tide of corporate-backed narratives and agendas meant to sate their own desire for power, and they’re having an impact.

At least that was the assertion when two bastions of free speech reportedly interacted for the first time and, in an exchange of mutual respect, concluded those manipulative powers “are so scared.”

InfoWars founder and podcast host Alex Jones said exactly that when he joined former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon on “War Room: Pandemic” to discuss the release of his upcoming book, “The Great Reset and the War for the World,” and a documentary film about his career, “Alex’s War.”

However, self-promotion took a back seat to adulation when Jones pivoted to praise in his “bucket list” appearance on Bannon’s show.

“It’s hard to come on here, Steve, because I have admired you and you were the brain behind a lot of what [President Donald] Trump was able to do. And you’ve had the most courage of anybody out there standing up to the January 6 fraud and really bringing America back. So it’s hard to come on your show and then talk about myself here,” he expressed.

Jones was particularly struck by Bannon’s stance against responding to the subpoena from the “kangaroo court” of the Jan. 6 committee which resulted in the host being found guilty of two counts of contempt of Congress, to which he reacted, “If I go to jail, so be it.”

Watch the full interview here:



 

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