Top Lawyer Robert Barnes Exposes Politically Motivated Sham Indictment of Steve Bannon


Super-lawyer Robert Barnes is speaking out regarding the politically motivated prosecution of former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and his associates at the “We Build the Wall” project, providing insightful criticisms of the case that could be used by the Bannon defense team.

Barnes, whose expertise is highly sought after both in the legal realm and in the world of independent media, breaks down why the Southern District of New York (SDNY) is wrong to charge Bannon, Brian Kolfage, and Andrew Badolato with wire fraud, which would essentially set the precedent that “you could indict 90 percent of charities in America. You could indict every single political campaign in America.” The case is especially spurious considering that We Build the Wall actually did build a portion of Wall on the southern border and was only getting started in its efforts to build more.

FULL DISCLOSURE: I worked for Steve Bannon, an independently wealthy patriot, during the 2016 election as a reporter for Breitbart News and saw firsthand Bannon’s genuine commitment to getting a Wall built on the U.S. Southern border.

Barnes breaks it down on Twitter:

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“If this indictment is held up, you could indict 90 percent of charities in America. You could indict every single political campaign in America,” Barnes said in a revelatory long-form interview with vlogger Viva Frei.

Wounded veteran Brian Kolfage, the face of We Build the Wall, snapped back at SDNY for what he says is an absurd characterization of his personal lifestyle.

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