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Adam Schiff says 'people like Steve Bannon' are not 'above the law' ahead of contempt vote

'The Select Committee will not tolerate defiance of our subpoenas,' said Mississippi Representative Bennie Thompson.

10/15/2021 11:32:00 PM

'The Select Committee will not tolerate defiance of our subpoenas,' said Mississippi Representative Bennie Thompson .

'The Select Committee will not tolerate defiance of our subpoenas,' said Mississippi Representative Bennie Thompson .

Two other men who worked for Trump—former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and longtime Trump social media director Dan Scavino—were scheduled for depositions Friday, but they have both been pushed back as well. Meadows, like Patel, has been given a"short postponement" as he is also engaging with the panel, the aide said, and Scavino's deposition has been rescheduled because there were delays in serving his subpoena.

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It is unclear to what extent Trump has tried to influence his aides, beyond his lawyers' attempts to assert executive privilege. In a statement Thursday, the former president said the members of the committee should"hold themselves in criminal contempt" and that"the people are not going to stand for it!"

Other witnesses are cooperating, including some who organized or staffed the Trump rally on the Ellipse behind the White House that preceded the riot. The committee subpoenaed 11 rally organizers and gave them a Wednesday deadline to turn over documents and records. They have also been asked to appear at scheduled depositions. headtopics.com

Among those complying was Lyndon Brentnall, whose firm was hired to provide event security at the Ellipse, a park near the White House, that day and two longtime Trump campaign and White House staffers, Megan Powers and Hannah Salem. It is uncertain whether any of the others subpoenaed have complied.

Women for America First, the group that organized the rally on the Ellipse, posted on a fundraising site that two of its founders would"happily testify before an open session of Congress so that the whole world can hear the truth."The group did not say whether Amy and Kylie Kremer, who are mother and daughter, have complied with the subpoenas or plan to appear for depositions, but noted that"we must turn over the thousands of documents on October 13 and are scheduled to appear in Congress on October 29."

Many of the rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6 marched up the National Mall after attending at least part of Trump's rally, where he repeated his meritless claims of election fraud and implored the crowd to"fight like hell." Dozens of police officers were injured as the Trump supporters overwhelmed them and broke through windows and doors to interrupt the certification of Biden's victory.

The rioters repeated Trump's false claims of widespread fraud as they marched through the Capitol, even though the results of the election were confirmed by state officials, upheld by courts and even rejected by Trump's own attorney general.The panel has also issued a subpoena to a former Justice Department lawyer, Jeffrey Clark, who positioned himself as Trump's ally and aided the Republican president's efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election. headtopics.com

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ASenatecommittee report issued last week showed that Clark championed Trump's efforts to undo the election results and clashed as a result with department superiors who resisted the pressure, culminating in a dramatic White House meeting at which Trump ruminated about elevating Clark to attorney general.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said he expects the Justice Department to prosecute the contempt cases. A sign denotes a portion of the West Front of the U.S. Capitol remains closed, as security fencing is removed on September 19 in Washington, D.C.

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No he just looks homeless. Prosecute that traitor!

Lawyer who aided Trump subpoenaed by Jan. 6 committeeA congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection has set a vote to recommend criminal contempt charges against former White House aide Steve Bannon after he defied the panel's subpoena. Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said that the panel will vote next Tuesday to recommend the charges. If the House votes to recommend the contempt charges against Bannon, the Justice Department will ultimately decide whether to prosecute.

House Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote on Steve Bannon for defying subpoenaThe committee had demanded documents and testimony from Steve Bannon , who was in touch with Trump before the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol. Who's the homeless guy in the photo?

Jan. 6 panel sets vote on contempt charges against BannonBREAKING: The House Jan. 6 panel sets a contempt vote for Steve Bannon after the former Trump aide defies a subpoena. The committee has demanded documents and testimony from Bannon, who was in touch with President Trump ahead of the violent attack. I know that’s a mask in his hand but it looks disturbingly like panties. 😱 WTF is this voting crap! Arrest him NOW end of story! It’s crazy to me that not only does everyone in the Trump orbit act like the law doesn’t apply to them, but that in most cases it ends up being true.

Jan. 6 investigators move to hold Bannon in contemptThe Jan. 6 committee will vote on whether to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate. If both the panel + full House approve it, it'll be referred to the U.S. Attorney for D.C. for criminal prosecution. will vote... Just make it happen. We've waiting long enough Tell the Jan6thCommittee members to EnforceTheSubpoenasNow Thompson (202)-225-5876 Lofgren (202)-225-3072 Schiff (202)-225-4176 Aguilar (202)-225-3201 Murphy (202)-225-4035 Raskin (202)-225-5341 Luria (202)-225-4215 Cheney (202)-225-2311 Kinzinger (202)-225-3635 Lock him up

Schiff: If Bannon feels he's above the law, he's about to find out otherwise“He will be prosecuted, that’s our expectation,” says Rep. Adam Schiff on the Jan. 6 committee moving to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for defying the subpoena. 'He apparently feels he’s above the law. But he’s about to find out otherwise.” NWMT They’ll make him shower in jail Can we make that a PPV event? I've got 5 on it.

January 6 panel moves to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contemptThe committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Hill riot announced Thursday it is moving forward to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for refusing to comply with a subpoena, as his game of chicken with the House panel now enters a new and critical phase. Excellent now lock him back up indefinitely! I guess a Lock Him Up chant is in order? Hell yes!!!