Steve Bannon Unveils “Shot Heard Round The World” In Arizona Audit

( On Monday, War Room hosts Steve Bannon and Raheem Kassam had the Gateway Pundit’s Jim and Joe Hoft on to discuss the Maricopa County 2020 election audit.

During the segment, Bannon claimed that the full forensic audit of Maricopa County is “the shot heard around the world.”

Watch the segment HERE.

The Democrats are fighting tooth and nail to not only discredit the Maricopa audit, but to also put a stop to any other such audits anywhere else – which begs the question, if the election was completely on the up-and-up, why the push to prevent these audits from taking place?

On Sunday, Raheem Kassam and Natalie Winters of The National Pulse did a story on the Justice Department’s point-person in the effort to shut down forensic audits of 2020 – former Facebook Oversight Board member and Stanford law professor Pamela Karlan.

If the name sounds familiar, it should. Pamela Karlan was one of Adam Schiff’s star witnesses in President Trump’s first impeachment trial. She was the angry, snarky woman who directed an insult at President Trump’s youngest son Barron during her testimony.

Yes, it appears Karlan’s insane performance in the sham impeachment was rewarded with a plum spot in the Biden Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

It was Pamela Karlan who penned the May DOJ letter to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann criticizing the Maricopa audit and accusing Arizona Senate Republicans of violating civil rights laws. In short, Karlan claimed the audit was racist.

According to the National Pulse story, Karlan once bemoaned the presence of big corporate dollars in elections. Yet her own former employer Facebook spent $350 million to fund the 2020 election – not a candidate, but election officials. The money was given to nonprofit organizations who were then hired by local election boards to run the 2020 election. In hiring the nonprofit and in order to obtain Facebook’s money, election boards had to agree to conduct their elections according to the conditions set by the nonprofit.

That private funding of public elections doesn’t bother Pamela Karlan. But state officials conducting forensic audits does.

What does that tell you?

Read a report on Facebook’s funding of election boards at investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson’s website HERE.