Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast has topped the political podcast charts for the first time since the show’s inception in October 2019.
Started as “War Room: Impeachment” and originally featuring Trump aide Jason Miller, the show shifted gears ahead of the mainstream media and turned into a “War Room: Pandemic” show featuring National Pulse editor Raheem Kassam, Jack Maxey, Greg Manz and special guest hosts. The show is produced by long-time Bannon associate and film producer Dan Fleuette.
The show has flirted with the top position for months, finally taking pole position in December.
The show – which airs daily at 10am EST – has become the mainstay of “the deplorables” and the America First movement, as well as being subscribed to by leading financial influencers, news reporters and editors, and beyond.
The show also performs well with an international audience from Australia to Austria to the United Kingdom, India, and beyond.
WOW – thank you to everyone who subscribes (it's free, hint hint!) and shares the #WarRoom podcast!
This isn't OUR show, it's YOUR show!
— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) December 21, 2020
War Room: Pandemic also airs in television form on the Real America’s Voice network, Newsmax, and on the John Fredricks Radio Network.
The show is concurrently blown through the Chinese Communist Party’s firewall to reach the ordinary people of China, yearning for the same liberties the show concerns itself with in the Western world.