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[WATCH] Steve Bannon Will ‘Go Out With a Whimper,’ Says Glenn Kirschner

[WATCH] Steve Bannon Will ‘Go Out With a Whimper,’ Says Glenn Kirschner

Steve Bannon is scared.

Now that he’s tried every possible way to avoid his federal trial beginning on Monday and has failed spectacularly, Trump’s former advisor is so desperate to avoid prison that he’s willing to make a deal with the January 6th House Select Committee to testify. When it comes to the deckhands on the Trumptanic, Bannon is the drunkest.

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But he’s also not entirely stupid, which is what makes Steve Bannon a loose cannon of a witness. The shuffling human gin blossom might be all grandstandy on his podcast, but doing his version of the truth on the actual stand would result in more charges against him. You know, because being charged with contempt of Congress isn’t bad enough. But like Trump, he’ll talk all big to the press but then fold under questioning. He’s also threatening to “go medieval” during his trial, because also like Trump, he’s stuck in the early 90s when the culture allowed men to get away with all kinds of terrible things. Including still quoting “Pulp Fiction” in response to a legal action against him.

Godspeed to the lawyers in the Bannon case trying to just make it through jury selection. They’d disqualify me in a heartbeat, I can tell you that much.

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Former federal prosecutor, homicide prosecutor, and Army JAG Glenn Kirschner says he was in that same courthouse in November 2019, when prosecutors “figuratively dragged Steve Bannon to the witness stand by the scruff of his neck” and forced him to testify against his criminal associate Roger Stone. Bannon’s performance in court at that time was weak and pathetic. “If past is prologue,” Kirschner says, Bannon is far more likely to go out with a whimper than with a bang.

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