House Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group Votes That January 6th Committee was Illegitimate

The Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG) voted tonight 3-2, confirming the official legal position of the House is that the J6 committee was illegitimate, and all subpoenas issued by the committee were also illegitimate.

The BLAG has now directed the House Office of General Counsel to file an Amicus Brief in support of Steve Bannon with Justice Roberts.

What took so long?

Why didn’t they do this the first day of this session?

EXCLUSIVE: Republicans File Amicus Brief To Invalidate J6 Committee’s ‘Evidence’ Against Steve Bannon

Henry Rodgers, Daily Caller, June 25, 2024 6:48 PM ET

House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Barry Loudermilk intends to file an amicus brief Wednesday with the Supreme Court and also file a resolution in the House that would invalidate the Jan. 6 Select Committee’s report against former White House Chief Strategist Bannon, the Daily Caller has first learned.

Loudermilk states that House rules required the Jan. 6 Select Committee to consult with the “Ranking Member of the Minority” to take a deposition, which was not possible as there was no Republican Ranking Member on the Select Committee. The Jan. 6 Select Committee held Bannon in contempt for “failing to appear for a deposition” which the Select Committee could not conduct because there was no ranking member to notify, Loudermilk’s office told the Caller.

His office said installing former Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney to be the Vice Chair of the committee does not satisfy the legal requirements that the Select Committee would consult with the Ranking Member. The Vice Chair is not the ranking member and Cheney was selected by former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Loudermilk’s office told the Caller.

Loudermilk’s House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight is also working on legislation to be introduced in the near future that will be “nullifying the Jan. 6 Select Committee’s work,” the Caller has also first learned.

The amicus brief comes after Bannon asked the Supreme Court to delay his prison sentence Friday. Bannon has been ordered to turn himself in by July 1 to start his four-month prison sentence for contempt of Congress.

“My Committee has spent the past year and a half turning over every rock, examining every shred of evidence, and investigating the entirety of operations of Vice-chair Liz Cheney and Chair Bennie Thompson’s Select Committee on January 6th,” Loudermilk told the Caller ahead of filing the amicus brief. “We have resoundingly discovered that they were not completely truthful with the American people. They had little regard for House rules and no regard for transparency. They suppressed key pieces of evidence, cherry-picked evidence that supported their narrative, and played a 20 Million dollar blame-game to frame President Trump and Republicans.”

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POST ON X: Big news for Steve Bannon tonight. The Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG) voted tonight 3-2, confirming the offiicial legal position of the House is that the J6 committee was illegitimate, and all subpoenas issued by the committee were also illegitimate.

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