On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, host and Breitbart News Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will be discussing the most important news stories of the week. He will be focusing heavily on the Republican presidential primary, the 2016 election, and the “Stop Iran” Times Square protest.
Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) will come on the show to discuss which Republican he will be supporting in the GOP presidential primary. In a Breitbart News Op-Ed he wrote, “Beating Hillary Clinton requires a Republican nominee who will energize all elements of the Republican Party: fiscal conservatives, national security conservatives, values voters, and constitutional conservatives.”
Breitbart News’ Alex Swoyer will come on LIVE from Iowa to talk about the important Family Leadership Summit. She recently wrote about how GOP presidential candidates Mike Fmr. Gov. Huckabee, Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sen. Ted Cruz, and Sen. Lindsay Graham brought the audience to their feet after speaking about family values.
Bannon will speak to Breitbart News’ Matthew Boyle about his trip covering the Rand Paul presidential campaign. Paul recently participated in a rally just outside his hometown of Lake Jackson, Texas.
Breitbart Texas’ Brandon Darby will come on the show to talk about immigration the the Cartel Wars.
Breitbart News’ Lee Stranahan will talk about the #blacklivesmatter movement and the liberal netroots.
Christin Slough and Jessica Slatten will come on the show to talk about the U.S. war vets who were wrongfully accused of indiscriminately shooting into a crowd of Iraqi civilians when they were working for the Blackwater private security firm.
They are both related to two of the vets (Paul Slough and Nick Slatten) currently sitting behind bars for this botched trial. Slough and Slatten were found guilty based on perjured testimony, among other other reasons that should have instead earned them a non-guilty plea.
Breitbart News editor Jarrett Stepman will come on the show to talk about POWs in American history including the thousands who died on prison ships during the Revolution and the Bataan Death March.