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The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve a criminal contempt referral for Steve Bannon, the former Trump official, over his refusal of a subpoena issued by the Jan. 6 investigation committee.

The House vote was held Thursday with 229 votes in favor and 202 votes against. Nine Republicans crossed the aisle to vote with Democrats.

Bannon has refused to honor the subpoena based on a claim of executive privilege. He didn’t work for the Trump administration at the time of the Capitol riot, but he promoted the protests on his podcast and predicted there would be unrest.

Former President Donald Trump has sued in order to prevent documents from his administration to be sent to the committee. Trump asked President Joe Biden to extend executive privilege over the documents but he denied that request.

What do you think should happen to Bannon? Share in the comments.

(Excerpt from The Blaze. Picture Credit: Getty Images.)

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Kathy Kent Chick
October 26, 2021

He should have all legal privileges honored. Steve Bannon is a friend of our Constitution, Founding Fathers goals & our Lord.
That makes him an enemy of this present administration as well as the fact his voice is heard all over the world while proclaiming truth. God will protect him.

Peggy Dau
October 25, 2021

So disappointed that anyone of our elected officials, especially the 9 Republicans who voted with Democrats to approve a criminal contempt against Steve Bannon. This is just a further attempt to punish anyone who supports the former President and the illegal activities that this nation is now engulfed with on so many levels. There seems to be very little foresight of what the people of the nation are headed for with so much injustice and false reporting of news. We have been a country that honored freedom of speech in the First Amendment which has been excluded from many people.
Our hope is to humble ourselves and repent both for personal sins and national sins that are grievous to a Holy and Righteous God.
Deuteronomy 28 is just one example of God’s protections and His justice.


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