In the wake of the attack, the House formed a select committee to investigate the events of January 6, subpoenaing those in Trump’s inner circle and requesting the release of Trump’s White House communication records leading up to that day.
Bannon was among one of the first people asked to testify, but his refusal to do so led to a House vote that held him in contempt of Congress. He was indicted by a grand jury on two criminal contempt charges shortly thereafter.
However, on Wednesday, Bannon referred to the legal battle as “noise.”
“This has nothing to do with January 6. All of this is noise,” he said.
On Wednesday, a federal judge handed Bannon a win, ordering the Justice Department to provide internal records related to its decision to prosecute the Trump ally.
Aside from “taking down” Biden, Bannon said he’s also working to “make sure, this November, by an overwhelming vote, we destroy the Democratic Party as a political institution.”
“You’ve seen all the polling, you’ve see how we’re doing in south Texas among Hispanics, you’ve see how we’re doing among African Americans, you’ve seen how low Biden’s—the illegitimate regime’s polling is at all-time lows,” Bannon said.
A Wall Street Journal poll from last week found that by 9 points, Hispanic voters said they’d support a Republican candidate for Congress over a Democrat. Comparably, these numbers were tied in November.
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