SANTA MONICA, Calif. – Steve Bannon, one of the greatest spinmeisters of all time, and possibly the PR guru that socially engineered the Trump campaign and subsequent speeches that ultimately led to the January 6, 2021 failed attempt to overthrow of the United States government, was sentenced to four months in prison by a Federal Judge in Washington, D.C. earlier today.
The New York Times reports that Bannon, was sentenced to four months prison time, after he failed to appear before the January 6th Committee that is investigating the insurrection and attack against American democracy that occurred at the Capitol Building. Bannon’s troubles have been brewing for some time. Earlier this summer Bannon, 68, was found guilty on two accounts of contempt of Congress.
U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols allowed Bannon to remain free pending an appeal.
Bannon has remained steadfast in his beliefs about the results of the 2020 Presidential Elections. He particularly believes that the Biden presidency is unlawful and won the election by lying and cheating the American public.
As Bannon entered the courthouse today, Bannon told reporters and those gathered that, “This illegitimate regime, their judgement day is on 8 November when the Biden Administration ends,” reported the Associated Press.
In August of this year, Mother Jones released recordings of Bannon telling Chinese TV reporters and producers how Trump was going to “declare victory” in the 2020 Elections even though, “that doesn’t mean he is a winner.”
While Mr. Bannon persists that he is unequivocally an American patriot, one has to question whether he is or not? For example, why would a real America talk to foreign media about plans concerning Presidential elections? Moreover, most Americans, from an early age, are taught to accept defeat gracefully. Bannon seems to have missed this lesson in his childhood.
What truly American traits does Bannon possess?
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