by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 10, 2021) — In a brief video posted on Parler several minutes before 10:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday, radio host and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino urged the public to listen to his show, the video broadcast of which he said will be posted on his Rumble channel by noon today.
Audios of his shows are available on his website, Bongino said.
Bongino highlighted two issues he will discuss on Wednesday: “cancel culture,” which he said threatens American citizens’ “freedom to exist in a peaceful, free society” and apparent growing alarm about Joe Biden’s ability to function. The “situation with Biden,” he said, “is deteriorating rapidly; folks, believe me when I tell you they know this in the White House; they are panicking right now about what to do with Joe Biden,” Bongino said.
In dozens of previous shows and commentaries over a number of years, Bongino has referred to sources he maintains within the Secret Service, which he left in 2011 to seek political office in Maryland.
Biden’s cognitive status was questioned by many prior to the November 3 election, which by that evening then-President Donald Trump appeared to have won handily over his Democratic challenger. However, by the morning of November 4, Biden had reportedly overtaken Trump by hundreds of thousands of votes in a number of “swing” states which, despite hundreds of allegations of massive fraud, were certified by the secretaries of state and governors of Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Nevada.
As objections to the reported electoral vote count were heard during the January 6 joint session of Congress, the U.S. Capitol sustained a “riot” of sorts resulting in the death of a young unarmed Air Force veteran and the closure of the building for several hours. When Congress reconvened that evening, objections were swept aside, and Biden was declared “president-elect” at approximately 3:45 a.m. on January 7.
Some news outlets have observed that Biden has not given a press conference or State of the Union address since taking office, a development not seen for approximately the last century. He additionally appears to avoid reporters’ questions after giving brief addresses on specific issues.
Despite his belief that censorship poses a very serious threat to the U.S. as a constitutional republic, “There’s a way to turn the tide on this,” Bongino said as he ended his video announcement.