Shapiro made a desperate plea for $10 donations in a tweet prior to the conference. Rather than beg for money, Bannon said that Shapiro “needs to stand up and be a man.”
By: Sean Guay
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – Speaking during an election integrity conference featuring Mike Lindell today in Gettysburg, Steve Bannon said Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro fears the Trump-like following of rival gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. Bannon mentioned a desperate plea for $10 donations Shapiro made in a tweet prior to the conference.
Appearing virtually via War Room, Bannon spoke live to the crowd in Gettysburg. He described the function of the state legislature and the need to decertify unconstitutional 2020 electors to avoid fraud in the 2022 election. Bannon also harshly criticized Shapiro. Bannon said that Shapiro “needs to stand up and be a man. Perform your function as the attorney general of one of the greatest states in this country, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”
Bannon said, “We have to get to the bottom of this and we have to bring out all the guns. We have to bring out every legal opportunity we have to force this, and right now it’s in the state legislatures in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia. In Pennsylvania it’s pretty obvious the ballots were unconstitutional.”
Bannon blasted Joe Biden, calling him incompetent, and said, “stolen elections have consequences.”
“This has to go from President Trump all the way down. It still has to be our number one priority. And here is the reason: Stolen elections have catastrophic consequences. People throughout the world, our enemies, hedge fund guys on Wall Street and the City of London, everybody knows what the story is, everybody knows that the democrats stole the election. [Foreign leaders who wont take Biden’s calls] understand he is not a legitimate president.”
Bannon called on republican controlled state legislatures to act. “People understand the election was stolen,” Bannon emphasized.