Bannon: Trump Should Revoke Joe Biden’s Security Clearance, Hunter’s Emails Make Him National Security Risk

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Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon suggested that President Trump should revoke Joe Biden’s security clearance “this afternoon” because his son Hunter’s compromising emails make the former vice president a national security risk.

“It’s a broad corruption and influence-peddling, it’s basically a national security issue that Joe Biden is obviously compromised,” Bannon said on his show “War Room: Pandemic” on Monday. “I don’t believe he needs a confidential clearance right now.”

“I think one of the things that comes out of here, I would recommend strongly to President Trump that they pull his security clearance.”

“I assume Joe Biden still has a compartmented security clearance to get briefings — I would pull it this afternoon because with the information you have, it’s just uncertain. And I think it’s that level of uncertainty,” Bannon added.

Bannon went on to explain that Hunter Biden’s emails reveal an intricate web of corruption and racketeering.

“His family essentially monetizes access to Joe Biden,” Bannon said.

“What does that access bring? Does that bring terrible deals around the South China Sea and cyber-intrusion? Does it bring what happens in the Crimea? That’s all got to be investigated.”

Bannon revealed on Revolver that he’s actually the point man behind Hunter Biden’s laptop release, and that more bombshell revelations were forthcoming.

“The Bidens are about to be hit with multiple stories from multiple media sources based off evidence beyond the hard drive,” Bannon said.

“Fox and Peter Schweitzer have already started but bigger more mainstream companies are going to weigh in. We already have set in motion the various apparatuses that will release everything.”

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