Sanctions fall for Steve Bannon, following calls for the murder he has made on various platforms, against several senior American officials, including Doctor Anthony Fauci. The @ WarRoomPandemic account, named after Donald Trump’s former advisor online show, has been “permanently suspended for breaking Twitter rules, especially our policy on glorifying violence,” Twitter said in a statement Friday.
YouTube has withdrawn for the same reasons the episode from the channel “Steve Bannon’s War Room”, which is however still active and has more than 200,000 subscribers. “We will continue to be vigilant in applying our policies in the post-election period,” said Alex Joseph, a spokesperson for YouTube. The channel will not be able to upload a new video for at least a week, YouTube said.
“Skewering their heads at the end of spades”
In an episode recorded Thursday, Steve Bannon attacked Anthony Fauci, director of the Institute of Infectious Diseases, as well as FBI boss Christopher Wray, claiming to want to “skew their heads at the end of spades”, and place “on either side of the White House as a warning to federal bureaucrats.” “
Steve Bannon, 66, was one of the architects of Donald Trump’s successful presidential campaign in 2016 before being pushed out by the Republican billionaire. Suspected with three other people of having embezzled funds allegedly intended for the construction of a wall on the United States-Mexico border, Steve Bannon was charged and arrested at the end of August. He rejects these accusations.