June 22, 2024

Tucker Carlson says Bannon's Supreme Court appeal represents 'hope for sanity'

Steve Bannon has been sentenced to prison, and despite his best attempts to avoid being placed behind bars, it looks like Bannon is eventually going to have to serve some time.

Still, Bannon doesn't want to accept that fate before exhausting all options, and Tucker Carlson seems to think that Bannon's last-ditch effort involves an appeal to the one institution that represents America's best "hope for sanity:"

The U.S. Supreme Court.

Bannon REALLY doesn't want to go to jail, so he's asking the Supreme Court to keep him out.

If Bannon is even remotely successful in asking the Supreme Court for help, this represents a HUGE win for Donald Trump.

At the very least, it would prove that the Supreme Court is willing to do what it needs to do to make sure that liberals aren't able to weaponize the entire government against the rest of America.

Being put in jail for legitimate crimes is one thing, but political witch hunts are something that will NEVER be okay in America.

Our entire country is founded on a system of justice and democracy that's supposed to be above simple finger-pointing and punishment, so let's see if the Supreme Court remembers that in its upcoming decisions about whether liberals should be allowed to throw Republicans in jail for opposing Democrat causes.

As Carlson points out in this video posted to X, the website formerly known as Twitter, this could be one of America's last chances to stop us from reaching a point of no return.

Do you think that Trump and Bannon are as worthy of judicial intervention as Tucker Carlson is claiming they are?

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