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BOMBSHELL: Steve Bannon Says November Midterms Will Bring Investigations on Fauci and ‘The Entire Family’

On Sunday, Former Chief Strategist and Advisor to President Trump, Steve Bannon, responded to his four month sentence on his podcast with a warning to Dr. Anthony Fauci and his family saying they will be “hunted.”

On his War Room podcast, Bannon outlined how this midterm election will flip the scales of power on those who are acting against him.

“On 8 November, when we destroy the Democratic party as a national political institution and really end the regime, the hunted become the hunters. The whole Fauci family is going to be welcome to the investigations. The entire family,” Bannon said.

“Remember, War Room was taken off Twitter because of comments I made about, wait for it, [FBI director] Christopher Wray and Anthony Fauci that their day was coming… they took the War Room account off Twitter. Paybacks across the board on all that, a big move.”

Bannon was sentenced to four months in prison and fined $6,500 on two counts of contempt of Congress. The two charges were for defying both halves of the subpoena as, like many, he was subpoenaed for documents and an appearance in front of the January 6th committee panel both of which he failed to comply with.

Ted Cruz joined in support of Bannon, mainly attacking Attorney General Merrick Garland for his handling of the Justice Department and calling for his resignation. Cruz explained on his podcast “Verdict” that this case was unfair.

“I am furious because Merrick Garland has presided over a Department of Justice that now consists of simply being a partisan weapon to attack the political opponents of Joe Biden and the Democrats,” Cruz said. “Merrick Garland should be ashamed. He should resign in disgrace, and if he doesn’t, he should be impeached and removed from office.”

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The turnout of Bannon’s case and appeal may determine the decisions Former President Donald Trump makes in how he handles his subpoena. 

Trump was subpoenaed this week for the same details as Bannon, requiring documents and an appearance in front of the committee.

The subpoena requires Trump to hand over documents related to the case before November 4th and make his in-person appearance before November 14th. This appearance date is significant because many conservative voices were concerned this testimony would affect the November 8th midterms more than it already has.

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