The Jan.6 Congressional Committee announced Thursday that they will vote next Tuesday on the criminal contempt referral against former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon.
The committee wants to call Steve Bannon to testify so they can harass him for his role in their fabricated “insurrection.” The committee will not investigate Pelosi’s role in preventing the National Guard from protecting the United States Capitol that day. The committee will also not investigate details about the four Trump supporters who died that day, including two women who were killed by Capitol police.
BREAKING: The January 6 committee announces that it will meet next Tuesday to vote on a criminal contempt referral against Steve Bannon for ignoring his subpoena. RT IF YOU THINK YOU SHOULD VOTE YES!
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A Congressional committee investigating the January 6 uprising has voted to recommend criminal contempt charges against former White House aide Steve Bannon after he defied the panel’s subpoena.
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Mississippi, said the panel will vote next Tuesday to recommend the charges. That would send the recommendation to the full House for a vote.
If the House votes to recommend contempt charges against Bannon, the Justice Department will ultimately decide whether to prosecute. The committee had demanded documents and testimony from Bannon, who was in contact with President Donald Trump before the violent attack.