WATCH: Steve Bannon tells Tucker Carlson how the migrant troubles of Ireland are coming to the US

"We're going to have a firestorm that is going to pale in comparison."

On Monday's episode of Tucker on X, former Trump White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon told show host Tucker Carlson that the migrant issues seen in Ireland along with its government's response to many disgruntled citizens are a preview of what is coming to the United States. 

Bannon warned that "We're going to have a firestorm in this country that is going to pale in comparison, I think, to what you saw in Ireland last week."

The former Trump strategist said that Ireland is a "powder keg," noting that the Irish government had gone after Conor Mcgregor with the claws of the state after he had spoken out against its handling of immigration.  

After Carlson prompted that if it is "a crime to criticize [a] government's policies then it's not by definition, a free country," Bannon agreed and said, "I think you're seeing that here in the United States."

"If you have a different opinion from the state, right, they're trying to criminalize that. They're doing that, trying to do that every day here in the United States," he continued, "if they can't criminalize it to actually use the courts and the police state like the FBI to come after you, they'll basically partner with big tech, to either deplatform you or to other you. We're seeing this here in the United States."

"Think about the solution," Bannon said in the context of dealing with immigration issues in the United States. "I keep telling people, 'Hey, think downrange, to 2025." If we're able to win and close on that win, think of the issues we have to deal with not just in the budget, but with the deportations. I mean, we have 9 million, or 8 or 9 million here today just on Biden's watch. Center for Immigration Studies says we're going to have another 6 million by the time we get to the election next year. That's 14 or 15 million."

"I think illegal alien invaders are coming in because they gamed the asylum system," he explained. "My belief is those people have to go home, they have to be returned. They have to leave our country or we're not going to have a country. You're gonna see hate speech law. You're gonna see, even the discussion about this over the last couple of weeks with the people at Project 2025 and Stephen Miller and others have all sudden got the media saying 'oh, we're setting up concentration camps. This is going to be worse than the Japanese in World War II,' all of that."

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