Steve Bannon: Trump “was doing his duty” to “make sure that the 2020 election had been fairly decided – and we know it was not”

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Citation From the August 2, 2023, edition of Real America's Voice's War Room 

STEVE BANNON (HOST): I think it's a day for optimism. We're going to get a venue, and, of course, this is gonna be a firefight with a judge and all that. And the reason it's gonna be a firefight for the judge is because they're gonna show before the entire world, they don't want the facts to come out. Bob Woodward, we're gonna rub your nose in your, “Oh, the modern era is the post-fact era.” We're gonna come at you with facts and receipts, and we're going to see who blinks first because they're coming after Trump with this kind of, you know, this talking indictment.

He was doing his duty. He had an obligation to the American people, an obligation to the American people to make sure that the 2020 election had been fairly decided – and we know it was not. And he gets into a federal court because they make that the central charge to adjudicate that. In addition, since – this is all Jack Smith, Jack Smith's driving this, they're driving it. He's made a big deal about the insurrection. Okay. Fine. We get to put up all the information about the fed-surrection. You think they're going to like that? You think Mayor Garland's going to like that? Think Chris Wray's going to like that? Think Department of Homeland Security's going to like that?

Think they're going to like all that? Think they're going like that? Think that's going to play well? Let the American people decide. We'll get it all out there. Of course, a jury. Right? And an appeals and all that – got to go through the process, but the American people will weigh and measure, and they'll decide on five November 2024. And you can already tell that where the American people are coming down on this already.