Steve Bannon indicted by DOJ for contempt of Congress1 minute read
Steve Bannon has officially been indicted by the Department of Justice for ignoring subpoenas issued by Congress regarding the events that occurred at the Capitol on January 6th.
More than a year after the incident on Capitol Hill the Democrat controlled Congress is still grasping at straws, trying to find anything they can use against Trump. Despite finding zero evidence that President Trump was responsible in any way for citizens “storming” the Capitol on that January 6th day, they continue to harass anyone close to the former President.
On Friday, Biden’s Justice Department formally indicted former White House Strategist Steve Bannon for ignoring a subpoena for an interview and request for documents.
“In its subpoena, the Select Committee said it had reason to believe that Bannon had information relevant to understanding events related to Jan. 6. Bannon, formerly a Chief Strategist and Counselor to the President, has been a private citizen since departing the White House in 2017,” a press release stated.Follow us!