Thursday started out as a DREAM DAY for the American left. The Democratic Party was set to celebrate the final day of their failed convention and Republican pundit Steve Bannon was arrested. 

Far-left US Attorney Audrey Strauss from the Southern District of New York pressed charges against Steve Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea. Strauss replaced crooked US Attorney Geoffrey Berman as US Attorney in the Southern District of New York after Berman refused to leave his post. Berman was then fired by AG Bill Barr.

President Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon on Friday called his arrest a “political hit job” and vowed to fight the charges of fraud against him tied to a fundraising campaign allegedly aimed at supporting Trump’s border wall.

“I’m not going to back down. This is a political hit job,” Bannon said Friday on his conservative podcast, “War Room.” “Everybody knows I love a fight.”

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The charges were perfectly planned. They came on the final day of the tragic DNC with Sleepy Joe Biden. And they come five days before the RNC Convention opens next week in North Carolina.

The far left and their media cohorts have been dreaming of this day for years.

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Bannon claimed his arrest was “to stop and intimidate people” that support Trump building the wall on the US southern border.

“I’m in this for the long-haul. I’m in this for the fight. I’m going to continue to fight,” Bannon said.

On Friday morning Steve Bannon joined his regular War Room Pandemic hosts. Steve went off on the political hit job against him and Brian Kolfage.

https://twitter.com/WarRoomPandemic/status/1296812012954099712?s=20

The President’s former adviser was also charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and on Friday, he told his podcast listeners that the charges against him were “nonsense.”

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