Steve Bannon is afraid of being under oath

2lion70

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Looking to delay, delay, delay. Just another guilty coqard afraid to have to answer what he did in the Insurrection and Coup.

  • The DOJ wants a DC judge to reject Steve Bannon's ask to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial.
  • The criminal trial is set to begin on July 18, after Bannon rejected January 6 probe subpoenas.
  • Bannon had argued the January 6 hearings would unfairly prejudice the course of his trial.
The Department of Justice asked a DC judge on Friday to reject Trump ally Steve Bannon's request to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial, arguing that the January 6 hearings have not revolved around him to the point of distraction.
On Wednesday, Bannon's lawyers asked a DC judge to delay his July 18 trial, citing a "media blitz" from the public January 6 committee hearings and saying the request was "due to the unprecedented level of prejudicial pretrial publicity."

DOJ lawyers said that Bannon is not as popular as he thinks he is.

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"The Defendant's motion gives the false impression — through general statistics about the volume of viewership of the Committee's hearings and overall media coverage of the Committee's hearings — that all of the Committee's hearings and the attendant media coverage is about him," DOJ lawyers wrote in a filing on Friday. "The truth is just the opposite — the Defendant has barely been mentioned in the Committee's hearings or the resulting media coverage of them."
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The January 6 select committee has tapped 19 key witnesses to testify about the Capitol riot. Here's who's up next.

  • The January 6 committee plans to put key witnesses on the stand during its public hearings.
  • Key testimony is expected from Trump administration officials and those present at the Capitol.
  • Witnesses to date have included Capitol Police, Justice Department officials and riot embeds.
The select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack has interviewed nearly 1,000 people since it converged about a year ago. The panel has mapped out plans for up to eight public hearings related to its investigation and is expected to call some of its key witnesses to testify in what is expected to be a widely-viewed series of events.
The committee's sixth public hearing will feature live testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows who has already revealed the inner workings of Trump's election fraud scheme in taped depositions, is scheduled for 1 pm on Tuesday, June 28.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available.
Read the original article on Business Insider


Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury in November 2021 on two counts of contempt of Congress, after refusing to engage with a subpoena from the January 6 committee. His criminal trial could line up with the January 6 hearings if no delay is granted.
He pleaded not guilty at the time and argued that the committee needed to sort out which materials would be restricted due to former President Donald Trump's executive privilege before he would comply.
Attorneys representing Bannon did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
 

LionDeNittany

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Looking to delay, delay, delay. Just another guilty coqard afraid to have to answer what he did in the Insurrection and Coup.

  • The DOJ wants a DC judge to reject Steve Bannon's ask to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial.
  • The criminal trial is set to begin on July 18, after Bannon rejected January 6 probe subpoenas.
  • Bannon had argued the January 6 hearings would unfairly prejudice the course of his trial.
The Department of Justice asked a DC judge on Friday to reject Trump ally Steve Bannon's request to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial, arguing that the January 6 hearings have not revolved around him to the point of distraction.
On Wednesday, Bannon's lawyers asked a DC judge to delay his July 18 trial, citing a "media blitz" from the public January 6 committee hearings and saying the request was "due to the unprecedented level of prejudicial pretrial publicity."

DOJ lawyers said that Bannon is not as popular as he thinks he is.

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"The Defendant's motion gives the false impression — through general statistics about the volume of viewership of the Committee's hearings and overall media coverage of the Committee's hearings — that all of the Committee's hearings and the attendant media coverage is about him," DOJ lawyers wrote in a filing on Friday. "The truth is just the opposite — the Defendant has barely been mentioned in the Committee's hearings or the resulting media coverage of them."

1 of 20 Photos in Gallery​
©Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images


The January 6 select committee has tapped 19 key witnesses to testify about the Capitol riot. Here's who's up next.


  • The January 6 committee plans to put key witnesses on the stand during its public hearings.
  • Key testimony is expected from Trump administration officials and those present at the Capitol.
  • Witnesses to date have included Capitol Police, Justice Department officials and riot embeds.
The select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack has interviewed nearly 1,000 people since it converged about a year ago. The panel has mapped out plans for up to eight public hearings related to its investigation and is expected to call some of its key witnesses to testify in what is expected to be a widely-viewed series of events.
The committee's sixth public hearing will feature live testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows who has already revealed the inner workings of Trump's election fraud scheme in taped depositions, is scheduled for 1 pm on Tuesday, June 28.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available.
Read the original article on Business Insider

Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury in November 2021 on two counts of contempt of Congress, after refusing to engage with a subpoena from the January 6 committee. His criminal trial could line up with the January 6 hearings if no delay is granted.
He pleaded not guilty at the time and argued that the committee needed to sort out which materials would be restricted due to former President Donald Trump's executive privilege before he would comply.
Attorneys representing Bannon did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

I agree with Bannon.
Why give this kangaroo court ratings?

LdN
 

pioneerlion83

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Looking to delay, delay, delay. Just another guilty coqard afraid to have to answer what he did in the Insurrection and Coup.

  • The DOJ wants a DC judge to reject Steve Bannon's ask to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial.
  • The criminal trial is set to begin on July 18, after Bannon rejected January 6 probe subpoenas.
  • Bannon had argued the January 6 hearings would unfairly prejudice the course of his trial.
The Department of Justice asked a DC judge on Friday to reject Trump ally Steve Bannon's request to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial, arguing that the January 6 hearings have not revolved around him to the point of distraction.
On Wednesday, Bannon's lawyers asked a DC judge to delay his July 18 trial, citing a "media blitz" from the public January 6 committee hearings and saying the request was "due to the unprecedented level of prejudicial pretrial publicity."

DOJ lawyers said that Bannon is not as popular as he thinks he is.

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"The Defendant's motion gives the false impression — through general statistics about the volume of viewership of the Committee's hearings and overall media coverage of the Committee's hearings — that all of the Committee's hearings and the attendant media coverage is about him," DOJ lawyers wrote in a filing on Friday. "The truth is just the opposite — the Defendant has barely been mentioned in the Committee's hearings or the resulting media coverage of them."

1 of 20 Photos in Gallery​
©Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images


The January 6 select committee has tapped 19 key witnesses to testify about the Capitol riot. Here's who's up next.


  • The January 6 committee plans to put key witnesses on the stand during its public hearings.
  • Key testimony is expected from Trump administration officials and those present at the Capitol.
  • Witnesses to date have included Capitol Police, Justice Department officials and riot embeds.
The select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack has interviewed nearly 1,000 people since it converged about a year ago. The panel has mapped out plans for up to eight public hearings related to its investigation and is expected to call some of its key witnesses to testify in what is expected to be a widely-viewed series of events.
The committee's sixth public hearing will feature live testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows who has already revealed the inner workings of Trump's election fraud scheme in taped depositions, is scheduled for 1 pm on Tuesday, June 28.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available.
Read the original article on Business Insider

Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury in November 2021 on two counts of contempt of Congress, after refusing to engage with a subpoena from the January 6 committee. His criminal trial could line up with the January 6 hearings if no delay is granted.
He pleaded not guilty at the time and argued that the committee needed to sort out which materials would be restricted due to former President Donald Trump's executive privilege before he would comply.
Attorneys representing Bannon did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Because he knows he'll be under oath and have to tell the truth, lest he perjure himself...like ****ing Alex Jones.
 

pioneerlion83

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I agree with Bannon.
Why give this kangaroo court ratings?

LdN
Call it whatever bullshit alt-right apology lame-ass excuse you want, or roll out another new diversion and baseless claim...it's a legal ****ing subpoena that he must truthfully answer. "ratings" ???? Yeah, great ratings, just like Watergate; and "ratings" is completely ****ing irrelevant and has no standing to the issues in play. GTFOH with that bullshit.
 

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Looking to delay, delay, delay. Just another guilty coqard afraid to have to answer what he did in the Insurrection and Coup.

  • The DOJ wants a DC judge to reject Steve Bannon's ask to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial.
  • The criminal trial is set to begin on July 18, after Bannon rejected January 6 probe subpoenas.
  • Bannon had argued the January 6 hearings would unfairly prejudice the course of his trial.
The Department of Justice asked a DC judge on Friday to reject Trump ally Steve Bannon's request to delay his contempt-of-Congress trial, arguing that the January 6 hearings have not revolved around him to the point of distraction.
On Wednesday, Bannon's lawyers asked a DC judge to delay his July 18 trial, citing a "media blitz" from the public January 6 committee hearings and saying the request was "due to the unprecedented level of prejudicial pretrial publicity."

DOJ lawyers said that Bannon is not as popular as he thinks he is.

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"The Defendant's motion gives the false impression — through general statistics about the volume of viewership of the Committee's hearings and overall media coverage of the Committee's hearings — that all of the Committee's hearings and the attendant media coverage is about him," DOJ lawyers wrote in a filing on Friday. "The truth is just the opposite — the Defendant has barely been mentioned in the Committee's hearings or the resulting media coverage of them."

1 of 20 Photos in Gallery​
©Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images


The January 6 select committee has tapped 19 key witnesses to testify about the Capitol riot. Here's who's up next.


  • The January 6 committee plans to put key witnesses on the stand during its public hearings.
  • Key testimony is expected from Trump administration officials and those present at the Capitol.
  • Witnesses to date have included Capitol Police, Justice Department officials and riot embeds.
The select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack has interviewed nearly 1,000 people since it converged about a year ago. The panel has mapped out plans for up to eight public hearings related to its investigation and is expected to call some of its key witnesses to testify in what is expected to be a widely-viewed series of events.
The committee's sixth public hearing will feature live testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows who has already revealed the inner workings of Trump's election fraud scheme in taped depositions, is scheduled for 1 pm on Tuesday, June 28.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available.
Read the original article on Business Insider

Bannon was indicted by a federal grand jury in November 2021 on two counts of contempt of Congress, after refusing to engage with a subpoena from the January 6 committee. His criminal trial could line up with the January 6 hearings if no delay is granted.
He pleaded not guilty at the time and argued that the committee needed to sort out which materials would be restricted due to former President Donald Trump's executive privilege before he would comply.
Attorneys representing Bannon did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Blah, blah, blah
 

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