The million dollar DC home of former Donald Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon was swatted Thursday for the second time in two months.
Police in the nation’s capital confirmed tothat cops were called to the home in the 200 block of A Street NE at 7:17 pm local time.
According to the cops, after further investigation it was confirmed that no shots were fired and that there was no active threat. There were no injuries as a result of the swatting.
In addition to the police, fire and ambulances were also dispatched to the residence.
His comments came in the wake of developments that Facebook suppressed the infamous New York Post Hunter Biden laptop story.
In July, the former White House Chief strategist was reportedly live on air when cops swooped on the property, but it is not believed he was home.
Officers had been hunting a man with a ‘high powered rifle’ who was threatening to ‘shoot everyone’ when they approached the building.
It was reported to have come from a tip off in an alleged ‘swatting’ attempt – when a person makes a hoax call to the cops.
The road, which is near the Supreme Court building and the Capitol, was shut down for around an hour.
A police spokesman said: ‘About 12:30 pm, police reopened the streets after determining that there was no shooting, no weapon, no threat and no victim.’