On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will be discussing the most important news stories, including the recent visit to the White House by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, the increasing Islamist threat around the world, Brian Williams stolen valor, and much more.
Breitbart News’ Jordan Schachtel will come on the program to speak about his new article that documents President Obama’s stunning meeting with individuals tied to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bannon will speak to Breitbart contributor Pamela Geller who has relentlessly sounded the alarm about the Islamist threat to Western civilization. She most recently wrote a piece for Breitbart discussing the case of Sharia Law coming to Texas.
Historian Diana West, most recently the author of American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character about the rise of Islam and the attempts by the Left to shut down free speech.
Breitbart contributor Frank Gaffney will come on the show to talk about his upcoming, February 28 “Defeat Jihad Summit.”
Breitbart National Security editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka will come on the show to speak about his recent article that lays out the facts regarding the connection between Saudi Arabia and 9/11. Gorka wrote that the Saudi link to the Global Jihadi Movement is “historic and already established.”
Bannon will interview Star Parker about her recently released book, Blind Conceit: Politics, Policy and Racial Polarization: Moving Forward to Save America, which chronicles how out-of-control debt, enslavement to government, and broken families are damaging the United States.
Breitbart Texas editor Brandon Darby will come on the show to talk about the increasingly violent cartel war that has rocked Mexico and threatens Americans living near the border.
Bannon will talk to Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow about the recent admission by NBC host Brian Williams that he lied about being under fire in the Iraq War for ten years.
Historian Craig Shirley will come on the show to talk about Ronald Reagan’s 104th birthday.