PoliticsFriday 10.21.22

Steve Bannon spoke after receiving 4 months in prison and a fine for contempt of Congress for refusing 1/6 committee.

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Steve Bannon spoke outside the Washington D.C. courthouse where he had just been sentenced to four months in prison and ordered to pay a $6,500 fine for contempt of Congress for refusing the January 6th committee subpoena.

BANNON: “The judge, today was my judgement day by the judge. And he stated before the appeal, we’ll have a very vigorous appeals process. I’ve got a great legal team, there will be multiple areas of appeal. But as that sign says right there, can we have the vote sign? On November 8th, on November 8, on November 8th, there's gonna have judgment on the illegitimate Biden regime and quite frankly ,and quite frankly that Nancy Pelosi and the entire committee. And we know which way that's going. Either they've already been turfed out like Liz Cheney, right, or have quit like Kinzinger and other the Democrats or they're about to be beaten like Luria and others or they will lose their power and becoming a minority, and Nancy Pelosi, and Thompson chairman, all of it. This is a, this is a, this is democracy. This is democracy. The American people our way in measuring, what went on with the justice department and how they comported themselves. They're weighing and measuring that right now and they will vote on November 8th. Can I go ahead and finish? On November 8th, on November 8th, the American people will reign judgement and we will broom, the Biden Administration ends on the 8th, the evening of the 8th of November. And let me be, let me be some other thing is that the Department of Justice, Merrick Garland will end up being the first Attorney General that's brought up on charges impeachment and he will be removed from office. Thank you very much.”

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