Steve Bannon SUBPOENAS Nancy Pelosi and members of the January 6 committee as he builds his testimony to fight charges for defying a Congressional summons



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Lawyers for Steve Bannon served 16 subpoenas last week as he prepares for his criminal contempt trial, which is due to start on July 18
They subpoenaed all nine members of the House committee investigating Jan 6
Bannon is pleading not guilty to contempt of Congress for refusing to testify
He is seeking documents about the decision to refer his case for a criminal trial

“O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker.”  Psalms 95:6 (KJV) 

Steve Bannon has subpoenaed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the nine members of the select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol as he prepares to go on criminal trial next month for defying a congressional subpoena.

Bannon, who was Trump’s chief strategist, faces two charges of contempt of Congress for refusing to testify or produce documents.

He has pleaded not guilty and his trial is due to start on July 18.

Now he is trying to turn the tables on his accusers.

Last week, his lawyers subpoenaed all the members of the House committee investigating the events of January 6, along with three staffers and Douglas Letter, general counsel for the House, according to copies obtained by

They also targeted House Democratic leadership including Pelosi, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Rep. Jim Clyburn.

David Schoen, Bannon’s lawyer, said members of the committee had conflicts of interest that made them ineligible.

But ultimately he said the criminal case against his client was politically motivated.

‘It’s a party political abuse of the criminal system, in my opinion,’ he said.

‘It never should have been done and it proves to me that they’re not interested in his testimony they were interested in making a spectacle and intimidating people.’

A string of Trump allies has challenged the legitimacy of the panel.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy refused to testify.

And last week Peter Navarro, a trade adviser in the Trump White House, was charged with two counts of contempt of Congress after refusing to testify on the basis of executive privilege.

Bannon’s subpoenas require the targets to produce documents about the way the committee was set up, about the the decision to refer him for criminal contempt as well as communications with one of Bannon’s law…

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