'Breitbart News Sunday' on SXM 125: Failed Trayvon Rallies, House Immigration Hustle, VA Gov.'s Race
On "Breitbart News Sunday" on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. EDT, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will discuss the failed rallies organized by Al Sharpton on Saturday to protest the George Zimmerman verdict. Immigration reform and the Virginia gubernatorial election will also be discussed.
Breitbart's Lee Stranahan and Brandon Darby will be on the program to discuss Al Sharpton's rallies across America on Saturday, which largely failed, to protest the George Zimmerman verdict.
Darby will be joining the program live from a New Black Panthers rally in Houston, Texas.
Stranahan has been on the ground for Breitbart News in Florida covering the trial and the various protests and rallies after the Zimmerman verdict.
Ted Hayes, a homeless advocate whom the late Andrew Breitbart credited with compelling him to become a political activist, will join the program for what will be a "can't miss" interview. He will discuss how illegal immigration not only impacts the wages of working class Americans but enrages black Americans, especially those on the lower rungs of the economic ladder. Contrary to what the mainstream press and liberal black politicians claim, Hayes has spoken out against the bill that will only reduce the opportunities available to black Americans. He is one of the most dynamic advocates against comprehensive immigration reform.
Breitbart's Mike Flynn and Matt Boyle will discuss the "immigration games" the Republican establishment is playing in trying to ultimately get a bill passed in the House, so House conferees can craft a final comprehensive immigration bill with the Senate's.
Shaun Kenney, an editor of the influential Bearing Drift blog in Virginia, will discuss the first gubernatorial debate between Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. As Breitbart News wrote, Cuccinelli framed McAuliffe as an inexperienced Virginia outsider who has always put himself first before Virginians. Both candidates said embattled Virginia Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell should consider resigning. Bearing Drift broke the story two weeks about how McDonnell may be considering resgining, as he is investigated over possible ethics violations for gifts he received from Jonnie Williams, a CEO of Star Scientific, a health supplement company.
Diana West will be in studio during the last hour to discuss a recent piece she recently wrote for Breitbart News titled, "Who Really Won the Cold War?" West is the author of American Betrayal, which chronicles the secret assault on America's character.
Al Regnery will also be on the program to discuss the rise of "warrior cops."
Bannon hosts the weekly three-hour program that helps set the next week's news cycle.