Steve Bannon predicts Biden will be impeached for corruption

According to Breitbart News, Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, is predicting that if Republicans take back the House this November, President Joe Biden will be impeached, in part, on family corruption charges. 

Bannon made the prediction during a recent broadcast of his podcast War Room. 

The prediction came as Bannon discussed the new film, My Son Hunter. 

For those unfamiliar with the film, Breitbart separately reports:

My Son Hunter, the new movie from Breitbart News, is a fact-based dramatization of the life of debauchery and corruption lived by the first son Hunter Biden. Although the movie takes certain artistic liberties, many scenes portray true accounts of the Biden scion’s life.

Bannon’s prediction

Bannon began by praising My Son Hunter as an “absolutely brilliant film.” Then, he dropped his prediction.

“Everybody’s got to watch this film particularly [because], look, this is going to be the second article of impeachment on Biden,” Bannon said.

Bannon went on to explain how he believes My Son Hunter will help to build support for Biden’s impeachment, once again, if the Republicans manage to win back the House of Representatives in the midterm elections, which they are expected to do.

“This film is only going to get more screenings and more showings as we get to the hearings,” Bannon said. “Because remember: the second article of impeachment is going to be about the financial compromise with the Chinese Communist Party.”

Bannon, here, is likely referring to several deals that Hunter Biden made with communist China. These deals, by now, have been well-documented in numerous reports.

Biden responds

President Joe Biden responded to the criticism that he has been facing over his son Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings during the recent interview that he participated in on CBS News’s 60 Minutes. 

There, Biden was asked, “Mr. President, if you run again, Republicans are most likely to go after your son Hunter once again. I wonder what you would like to say about your son and whether any of his troubles have caused conflicts for you or for the United States.”

Biden replied, “I love my son, number one. He fought an addiction problem. He overcame it. He wrote about it. And, no, there’s not a single thing that I’ve observed at all that would affect me or the United States relative to my son Hunter.”