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Mon Jul 11, 2022, 11:25 PM

Is Bannon's pardon a proper topic in his examination?

The pardon which Bannon received from Trump had nothing to do with the J6 insurrection.

However, can and should it be a topic for inquiry when he appears before the J6 Committee?

He can't really claim a 5A privilege regarding the crime he was charged with, as he is now immunized by the pardon.

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Reply Is Bannon's pardon a proper topic in his examination? (Original post)
Frasier Balzov Jul 2022 OP
Ocelot II Jul 2022 #1

Response to Frasier Balzov (Original post)

Mon Jul 11, 2022, 11:29 PM

1. He's not appearing before the J6 committee. He offered to testify on live tv

as a lame and ineffective way to get off the hook re: his upcoming trial and to get a platform to spew his bullshit, but the committee hasn't agreed to this, and won't. If he testifies at all it will be at a closed-door deposition.

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