TODAY’S LAWFARE: NY Court Gives Steve Bannon November 2023 Court Date for We Build the Wall Funding – After Successfully Building Miles of Border Wall
On Tuesday Former Chief Strategist for President Trump, Steve Bannon, traveled to New York City for his latest hearing in front of a politicized and unhinged New York court.
New York prosecutors are too busy going after Trump officials to deal with the record crime wave in the state.
Steve Bannon was indicted in New York a second time for his alleged role in “defrauding donors” who gave to the We Build the Wall charity.
Bannon is being charged with fraud for his role in the We Build the Wall organization.
The charity built more border wall, with less money, in less time, than anything the federal government could ever hope for. But the left HATES border security so they are going after Steve and the other members of We Build the Wall. There are no victims in the case because the donors were pleased with what was accomplished by the group.
It should be noted in case you forgot, the We Build the Wall group was formed only after Republicans under Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell refused to fund the Trump border wall. Republican elites have no problems sending $70 billion to Ukraine to protect their border. But, like Democrats, they refuse to protect the US border.
We Build the Wall was working with the federal government to build new border sections when the SDNY started their campaign of hate to ruin its organizers.
On Tuesday the New York leftists set a court date of November 2023 for Steve Bannon.
Former Trump White House strategist Steve Bannon was given a November 2023 trial date on charges he defrauded contributors to a privately funded US-Mexico border wall out of more than $15 million.
Bannon has pleaded not guilty to money-laundering, fraud and conspiracy charges in the case and is free while awaiting trial. The judge overseeing the case set the date in a hearing Tuesday in state court in Manhattan, rejecting a proposed timetable by Bannon that would have resulted in a 2024 trial.
The charges relate to We Build the Wall, a group Bannon helped found that used private funds to construct about five miles (eight kilometers) of border fencing in two locations in Texas and New Mexico. Bannon pledged that all donations would go to constructions costs but actually transferred money to accounts he controlled, according to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.