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 talking about the major immigration scandal that has rocked the nation, Obama’s deal to bring back Private Bergdahl, a number of important Congressional races, and more.
Breitbart Texas Editor Brandon Darby will come on the program to discuss the massive immigration scandal involving illegal immigrant children coming by the thousands across the border and put in giant warehouses.
Bannon will speak to Congressional candidate Dave Brat who is challenging House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia’s 7th district. They will be discussing if there is a crisis for Republican leadership.
Breitbart’s National Security Editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka will come on the program to talk about the ongoing situation regarding the Private Bergdahl prisoner exchange.
Bannon will interview Dr. Susan Berry and Emmett McGroarty, Education Director of the American Principles Project, about the victories school choice advocates have had again the Common Core, nationalized education standards.
GOProud founder Jimmy LaSalvia will be in studio to discuss the end of GOProud and the future of his mission. Breitbart Contributor’s Patrick Kane and Sarah Rumpf will be giving a live report from Texas about the Texas GOP and gay rights. Bob Reilly, author of Making Gay Ok, and Breitbart contributor Austin Ruse will come on the program to answer if the gay left has a radical agenda.
Bannon will be speaking to Elan Carr and Paul Chabot, primary winners in the CA 33 and CA 31 Congressional races. Chabot is a veteran who served in the Clinton White House as a Presidential Fellow and later in the Bush White House as a Senior Advisor. He also served in the Pentagon, U.S. State Department, U.S. Congress, U.S. Department of Justice and in the California Governor’s Office as a three-term parole board commissioner, unanimously confirmed by the Senate. Carr is a Jewish son of immigrants who fled Iraq. he joined the United States Army a few months before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. When U.S. troops entered Iraq in 2003, Elan volunteered to deploy to the very place from where his family had fled as Jewish refugees.