Steve Bannon, Author Mike McCormick, and National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam discussed the time to prepare for the transition of power between Biden and Harris during an episode of Steve Bannon’s The War Room.
Bannon said Biden’s “eyes now are dead.” He also pointed out that Kamala is taking a much bigger role than prior Vice Presidents.
“Kamala Harris is printed up in playbooks, always there for these meetings,” Bannon said as he explained how Harris is involved with a large amount of meetings. “Pence was never that. That’s not the roll of the vice president.”
Meanwhile, Kamala has taken many calls with foreign leaders:
Kamala Harris on Thursday spoke to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel as Joe Biden slouched around the White House. Harris, in a phone call with Netanyahu, “emphasized the United States’ unwavering commitment to Israel’s security.”
Steve Bannon isn’t the only one who is sounding the alarm about Biden’s health. During a recent interview with Fox News, Dan Bongino dropped a bomb when discussed conversations he has had with Secret Service members working closer with President Joe Biden.
Bongino explained that Biden’s health is worse than we thought as he “is in real significant trouble.”
“It was something I was getting from my sources,” Bongino said. “Sean, it gives me absolutely no joy in saying this. And I mean that. He is in real significant trouble, Joe Biden. And listen to me. everyone around him. Everyone knows it. Everyone knows it. This is the scandal that they’re not telling you – how bad his condition really is… I’m telling you from what I’m hearing from people in my network, everyone knows how bad it is. Everyone. It’s not a mystery, it is the worst kept secret in the White House.”
In 2020, Biden called himself a “transition candidate,” raising eyebrows about his commitment to the job and his ability to serve his full first term, let alone a potential two.
For now, there are some strange things in Biden presidency:
- Biden is the first President since 1981 to not give their first State of the Union speech by the end of February.
- Biden has been in office for over 40 days but has yet to do a press conference.
The lack of a press conference is in stark contrast to his predecessors — former President Barack Obama held one 20 days after he was inaugurated and former President Donald Trump took questions 27 days in.
It’s also time to watch again this clip: