Steve Bannon’s court date for not participating in the Jan 6 kangaroo court is now set for next July. This gives Bannon half a year to attempt to obtain government reports showing their illegal actions related to Jan 6.
CNBC reported this morning:
A federal judge on Tuesday set a tentative July 18 start date for the trial of former Trump advisor Steve Bannon on charges of contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with a probe of the Capitol riot.
The trial is scheduled to last two weeks, Judge Carl Nichols ruled after hearing from federal prosecutors and lawyers for Bannon during a hearing in U.S. District Court in Washington.
The ruling split the difference between the requests from prosecutors, who wanted a speedy trial to start in mid-April at the latest, and Bannon’s lawyers, who requested 10 months of time to prepare.
The House voted to hold Bannon in contempt of Congress in late October for refusing to comply with a subpoena for documents and testimony that was issued by the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot.
CNN had corrupt cop and former FBI Director Andrew McCabe on to discuss Steve Bannon’s case. McCabe, who lied under oath was never charged for these crimes. However, CNN believes he’s a trustworthy source to discuss the kangaroo court set up to go after individuals close to President Trump like Steve Bannon whose only ‘crime’ is refusing to participate in the kangaroo court. McCabe shared that this court case is actually good for Bannon: “This is great for him”.