If our law is to mean anything, it has to be applied equally. Steve Bannon’s indictment is a badly needed affirmation of that principle. And Congress’ oversight power. It sends a clear message to every prospective witness: Refusal to obey a subpoena is not an option.

Nov 14, 2021 · 4:41 PM UTC

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Any others that refused to obey a subpoena also need to be prosecuted. We can't let this go by without punishment.
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It will mean something when he's jailed.
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Bannon said something about turning himself in on Monday. We will just have to see how that goes.
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How nice of you to give him the weekend before allowing him to turn himself in 🤦‍♂️
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That's ambiguous. Responsibility for this was mostly the work of those with access to illicit funds soliciting favors with a far right int'l syndicate
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Bannon's just the beginning of the beginning. And his indictment's for contempt of Congress. A stall tactic to slow Donald's cases from coming to focus. Here’s what you’ll find when they publicly release White House documents. #NoOneUnscripted
Anatomy of Donald Trump's Seditious Conspiracy under 18 USC 2384 | Part One : The Statute | #NoOneUnscripted ytb.trom.tf/mBOhunC2KXE
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