Steve Bannon has vowed to seek justice against the Deep State over their Stalinist behavior in the sham Jan. 6 trial.
Bannon made history on Friday after becoming the first person to be convicted and sentenced for contempt of Congress since the early 1980s.
“The Biden administration ends on the evening of the 8th of November,” Bannon said Friday in a post-hearing press conference outside the Washington, D.C., courthouse where he was sentenced to serve four months in prison.
“And one other thing is the Department of Justice—Merrick Garland will end up being the first attorney general that’s brought up on charges of impeachment, and he will be removed from office,” Bannon added.
Headlineusa.com reports: In addition to the prison time, U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols also imposed a fine of $6,500 as part of the sentence.
However, Bannon expressed his gratitude to the judge for allowing him to stay free pending appeal. The former Breitbart editor promised a long legal battle ahead during his impromptu press conference.
“Today was my judgement day before the judge, and he stated for the appeal and we’ll have a very vigorous appeals process,” Bannon said.
“I’ve got a great legal team, and there’ll be multiple areas of appeal,” he continued. “But …
on Nov. 8 there’s gonna have judgment on the illegitimate Biden regime—and, quite frankly … we know which way that’s going.”
He noted that many of the committee members and, more broadly, House Democrats, already have been held accountable for the harm inflicted on the American people as they cyincally fixated on the mostly peaceful Jan. 6, 2021, protest at the U.S. Capitol and ignored the problems really plaguing America.
“Either they’ve already been turfed out, like Liz Cheney, right, or they’ve quit like [Illinois Rep. Adam] Kinzinger and other Democrats, or they’re about to be beaten like [Virginia Rep. Elaine] Luria and others, or they will lose their power and become a minority,” Bannon said.
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