On of the classic hallmarks of a corrupt regime who comes back into power after being driven from it, is the persecution of their political adversaries. Especially those adversaries who drove them from power. This is exactly what Biden’s regime has done.
I seem to recall hearing how Trump was ‘literally Hitler’ for campaigning on investigating the endless string of credible allegations against Hillary Clinton.
However, Trump never did hold Hillary accountable for anything and finds himself and his former advisors under investigation and some, now, even indicted by the Biden Department of Justice.
A federal grand jury indicted former Trump advisor Steve Bannon on Friday on charges of contempt of Congress that stemmed from his refusal to comply with a subpoena from House lawmakers investigating the deadly Capitol riot.
Bannon, 67, faces two counts of contempt of Congress for refusing to provide documents to the congressional investigators and refusing to sit for a deposition, the Department of Justice said in a press release.
“Today’s charges reflect the Department’s steadfast commitment to these principles,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in the statement.
A lawyer for Bannon told the House select committee in October that he would not comply with its subpoena because former President Donald Trump had instructed him not to produce any documents or testimony “concerning privileged material.”
What I find most interesting about this Bannon indictment is the fact that Biden testified to Congress concerning Roger Stone and his relationship with Wikileaks.
At the time the Washington Times reported:
‘Mr. Bannon, the former chairman of Mr. Trump’s election campaign and later his chief White House strategist, testified during Stone’s criminal trial that he considered the latter to be an “access point” between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, the website that released stolen Democratic Party documents during the race, and that he heard Stone discussing connections he claimed to have with the site and its publisher, Julian Assange.
He testified otherwise when he answered questions in front of members of Congress investigating the election, however, Stone argued in the interviews, citing a newly released transcript of Mr. Bannon’s appearance in 2018 before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Speaking before Congress, Mr. Bannon flatly denied that Stone ever discussed with him any communications or connections he had with WikiLeaks and Assange, respectively, according to the newly released House transcript.’