Kim Clement stated ‘’Strange July, Strange July.’’ Things are about to become more and more strange.
Steve Bannon had his apartment raided by a SWAT Team this week. The federals continue to harass him and all the people linked to Trump.
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Roger Stone’s house was previously raided in the middle of the night.
That’s why Bannon refused to testify to the January 6 Unselected Committee because Trump claimed Executive Privilege.
Check this out:
Whoa – the letter from Trump to the Jan 6 Committee about Steve Bannon has just dropped
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) July 10, 2022
This is the letter:
Trumps letter to Bannon. pic.twitter.com/MvwGR8dpXY
— PatrioticBabe 🇺🇸 (@PatrioticBabe_) July 10, 2022
Trump’s letter to Bannon.
The Legend writes the Honey Badger… pic.twitter.com/7EwriUIm3S
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) July 10, 2022
Trump ally Steve Bannon reportedly agrees to testify before Jan. 6 committee https://t.co/WBK3YeO1mj
— CNBC (@CNBC) July 10, 2022
Steve Bannon told the House committee that’s investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection that he is willing to testify, preferably at a public hearing.
Bannon, a one-time advisor to former President Donald Trump, had been set to go on trial next week on criminal contempt charges for refusing to cooperate with the congressional probe of the Capitol riot.
Bannon’s lawyer argued at the time that he was adhering to the assertion of executive privilege that had been claimed by Trump, which allegedly barred Bannon from providing the materials requested by the select committee.
But Trump on Saturday sent a letter to Bannon that waived executive privilege, though the House select committee and federal prosecutors said executive privilege never served as an argument for noncompliance with a congressional subpoena.
“When you first received the Subpoena to testify and provide documents, I invoked Executive Privilege. However, I watched how unfairly you and others have been treated, having to spend vast amounts of money on legal fees, and all of the trauma you must be going through for the love of your Country, and out of respect for the Office of the President,” Trump wrote in the letter.
“Therefore, if you reach an agreement on a time and place for your testimony, I will waive Executive Privilege for you, which allows you to go in and testify truthfully and fairly,” Trump added.
If Trump had pressed for this person to testify, Adam Schiff would have thrown a fit and said no.
Bannon’s turnabout was conveyed in a letter late Saturday from his attorney, lawmakers said, as the committee prepares to air some of its most striking revelations yet this week against Trump in what may be its final set of hearings.
“I expect that we will be hearing from him and there are many questions that we have for him,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif. She and other committee members said in television interviews Sunday they intend to have Bannon sit for a private interview, which they typically conduct in a deposition with sworn testimony.
Bannon had been one of the highest-profile Trump-allied holdouts in refusing to testify before the committee, leading to two criminal counts of contempt of Congress last year for resisting the committee’s subpoena. He has argued that his testimony is protected by Trump’s claim of executive privilege. The committee contends such a claim is dubious because Trump had fired Bannon from the White House in 2017 and Bannon was thus a private citizen when he was consulting with the then-president in the run-up to the riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
Still, in recent days, as the former president grew frustrated with what he decried as a one-sided presentation by the committee of seven Democrats and two Republicans, Trump said he would waive that privilege claim, according to a letter Saturday to Bannon’s lawyer.