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Steve Bannon Reports To Prison: Would You Have The Moral Courage To Join Him?

Our friend Stephen K. Bannon, one of the most effective conservative voices in the media and a longtime ally of former President Donald J. Trump, reported to prison on Monday to begin a four-month sentence for contempt of Congress.

If contempt of Congress is a crime, it is one that is selectively enforced only against prominent Republicans, such as Bannon and Peter Navarro. Democrats, including Attorneys General Merrick Garland and Eric Holder were never prosecuted for similar “crimes.”

Then again that may be a good thing since were contempt of Congress to result in a jail sentence for every American who holds Congress in contempt there would be millions of us headed for prison.

It is no mystery why Democrats wanted Bannon in prison for the four months before the 2024 election when his voice would be crucial to rebutting their lies and throwing the harsh light of his War Room commentaries on their plans to rig the upcoming election.

Steve was found guilty in 2022 of defying a subpoena from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, protest at the Capitol.

The illegitimate Nancy Pelosi – Liz Cheney House committee had sought to question Mr. Bannon about efforts before the Jan. 6 protest at the Capitol to coordinate with Republican members of Congress to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Members also wanted to question him about remarks he had made on his podcast, “War Room,” the day before, warning that “all hell was going to break loose” the following day.

However, Bannon didn’t go quietly or without a fight.


Steve took his battle all the way to the Supreme Court and to the halls of Congress, but one man against the entire Democrat legislative and legal establishment was hardly a fair fight, especially without a unified Republican Party behind him.

Unlike the Obama and Biden officials who managed to weasel out of their well-deserved prison sentences by simply refusing to honor the contempt citations, Steve Bannon embraced the principles behind the fight.

Standing alongside Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Bernard B. Kerik, and other supporters at a rally just before he reported to prison Steve Bannon predicted big victories for Republicans in this year’s election. He slammed what he called “the ruling elite” in America.

“Victory or death,” Mr. Bannon said, just before being blessed by a priest. “We either win or we’re going to have the death of a constitutional republic.”

In that Steve Bannon is undoubtedly correct, and his political persecution at the hands of the Biden Democrats has made the threat to the liberties guaranteed by our constitutional republic starkly clear.

In his remarks before beginning his time behind bars, Steve told supporters that he was “prepared to do this mentally” and physically, casting his legal troubles as a minor setback in the face of a rising conservative-populist tide in the United States and abroad.

“We’re winning everywhere,” he said. “And we’re going to win more. This has just started.”

As our friend Sam Faddis observed in a recent post to his must-read substack, Bannon has the mad idea that the laws and institutions of the republic are worth fighting for and that we are far down the road to tyranny:


Our nation is not being run by the man who sits in the Oval Office. It is being run by unidentified individuals around him or perhaps behind him in the shadows. None of these persons are elected officials who have the constitutional authority to act as Commander-in-Chief. None of them are subject to the checks and balances built into the republic. They have in effect usurped the President’s power and seized control over the most powerful nation on Earth.


This is precisely what Bannon is talking about when he references the death of the republic. It is not a theoretical possibility to be faced by our grandchildren. It is happening right now and those who stand in the way of this coup by the Deep State are, like Steve Bannon, silenced and shuffled off to confinement.


Steve Bannon understands that all revolutions need martyrs to succeed. Who among us, like Steve Bannon, will find the moral courage to stand up, do what is right, and put the fate of the republic before their own personal well-being. The question that hangs in the balance is how many will join him.


As Sam Faddis challenged his readers, we challenge CHQ readers: Get off the couch. Put down your tablet. As Teddy Roosevelt would say, get in the “arena.” Speak up. Organize. Refuse to comply. Bannon is willing to go to prison to save his country what will you do?


PS – If you want to strike a small blow for liberty order your “Stand With Bannon” t-shirt through the link.

  • 2024 Election

  • Donald Trump

  • Joe Biden campaign

  • Steve Bannon

  • Contempt of Congress

  • prison

  • Attorney General Merrick Garland

  • January 6 Committee

  • Liz Cheney

  • Marjorie Taylor Greene

  • Biden corruption

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Patriots like Steve Bannon need their sentences overturned, not pardoned. We must also exonerate whistleblowers John Snowden and Julian Assange, who had to plead guilty to a lesser charge to be freed from jail after holding out for 12 years--much like our J6 patriots who did not riot and went peacefully into Congress after being invited by the police.

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