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Steve Bannon sentenced to prison for ignoring Jan. 6 Committee subpoena. Is Trump next?

Published in Blog on October 21, 2022 by Jakob Fay

Regardless of what you think about January 6 and what happened on that fateful day, it’s hard to deny that the House’s Jan. 6 committee is nothing more than a sham showcase of political theater.

“We only care about saving democracy,” insist the pretentious muckety-mucks who orchestrated the whole fiasco.

But We the People know what this is really all about: demonizing, ostracizing, and ultimately punishing the half of the country that openly opposes the current administration.

Earlier this year, the committee subpoenaed former Trump advisor Stephen Bannon to testify before the body. The podcaster ignored the subpoena.

Today, Bannon was sentenced to four months in prison for his refusal to cooperate with the congressional investigation, which he has previously called a "show trial." He was also fined $6,500. Both the sentence and the fine were less than the six months in jail and $200,000 fine his prosecutors were hoping for.

According to The Washington Post, Bannon would be “the first person incarcerated for defying a congressional subpoena in more than half a century under a statute that is rarely prosecuted.”

Interestingly, on the same day the court proved its willingness to send those who defy the Jan. 6 committee to jail, the congressional body officially subpoenaed former president Donald Trump himself.

Clearly, the Deep State’s ultimate objective has nothing to do with saving democracy. It is only to further divide the country and stamp out political dissidence.

Our political system is unquestionably broken. Merely sending “better” politicians into the Swamp isn’t enough. It’s time to make structural fixes to Washington and we can do that through an Article V Convention of States.

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