The Spirit of Saratoga
Rep. Elise Stefanik, who is poised to take on Liz Cheney for her leadership position, joins War Room for a deep dive into the issues and the future of the Republican party.
Stephen K. Bannon and Stefanik start with 2016, and how Stefanik stood by President Trump when it wasn’t easy to do so. Plus, Stefanik discusses the first sham impeachment, and why the working class is key to the GOP’s success.
Elise Stefanik on Cancel Culture and Big Tech
Stefanik discusses being cancelled from Harvard’s Institute of Politics advisory board for being conservative, and says we must break up Big Tech.
“Weâ€™re headed towards a more authoritarianism when thereâ€™s only one acceptable viewpoint thatâ€™s allowed on these digital platforms,” she said. “Thatâ€™s concerning to me.”
Make China Pay
Rep. Stefanik says China must pay for the coronavirus, and we must get to the bottom of what happened at the Wuhan lab.
“We still do not have an answer as to the origins of the covid-19 virus,” she said. “Every American deserves an answer from China.”
‘I Really Donâ€™t Care About the Donors’
Stefanik shrugs off the corporate donors, and blasts the lock downs.
“These are working class individuals who donâ€™t have the luxury of teleworking at a computer,” she said. “Itâ€™s very important that they have a fair shot, that is why thatâ€™s tied to the whole working class how they were negatively impacted by these shut downs.”
The Future of the GOP
Boris Esphteyn says Elise Stefanik is “the future of the Republican Party,” because she is talking about the American worker.