RINO Congresswoman Nancy Mace has been making the headlines for her pro-abortion and pro-LGBTQ stances.
But her bad behavior extends far beyond those actions.
That’s why Steve Bannon just blasted RINO Nancy Mace for this one disgusting action.
Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC)and former Trump advisor Steve Bannon recently sparred on Bannon’s “War Room” podcast.
Mace voted to send Bannon to prison
The terse exchange occurred on the podcast when Mace appeared with Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz.
Mace exchanged some heated comments with Bannon regarding Mace’s 2021 vote to hold Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to appear before the Congressional committee investigating the January 6 events in the U.S. Capitol.
This is despite the fact that Mace has refused to take action against Biden officials, FBI agents, and DOJ officials who have refused to testify or been caught perjuring themselves before Congress.
The exchange started with a discussion about a recent X posting by Citizen Free Press, which showed Gaetz describing how he is portrayed by the New York Times as “hard-liner,” “ultra-MAGA,” and “far Right.”
Gaetz then made reference to Mace, a pro-abortion, pro-LGBT RINO who also joined Democrats in voting for criminal contempt charges against Bannon.
“Let’s talk about this for a moment,” Gaetz said. “Nancy is not a hard right intransigent lawmaker. But our Venn diagram overlaps . . .”
But Bannon interrupted Gaetz and asked, “Didn’t she vote to send me to federal prison for four months?”
A fiery Mace countered Bannon by making the laughable claim, “I like the Constitution. I’m a constitutionalist.”
Of course, given her vote to punish Bannon while also letting Biden administration officials skate, Mace’s record is quite the opposite.
“My lawyer would disagree.”
Bannon, no shrinking violet, didn’t let Mace get away with her false claim.
“My fellow lawyer would disagree about that,” Bannon stated.
Steve Bannon: "Didn't you vote to send me to federal prison?"
Nancy Mace: "I like the Constitution."
Bannon: "My lawyer would disagree." pic.twitter.com/Br5PcDSzRG
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) October 4, 2023
Bannon is currently free while his appeal goes through the courts.
He was sentenced to four months in federal prison following his 2022 conviction on two counts of contempt of Congress.
The phony January 6 Congressional committee was seeking information from Bannon about what role former President Donald Trump might have played in the January 6 events at the Capitol.
Bannon’s defense has been executive privilege resulting from his being the chief strategist and counsel for President Trump.
But the Biden DOJ claims Bannon is not shielded from testimony regarding January 6 since, at that time, he was no longer at the White House.
Regarding her criminal contempt vote against Bannon in 2021, Mace claimed: “I want to preserve the subpoena power that Congress has.”
“We need to have the ability to uphold that authority and power in the Constitution. I’m going to have the same position for whoever is in power, Republican or Democrat,” she said.
But the indictment against Bannon, which Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland spearheaded, was considered by The Wall Street Journal to be unusual.
And Mace has yet to use those subpoena powers she so boldly claimed to support.
In fact, the GOP-led House has yet to hold any Democrat or Biden official accountable for doing the same thing Bannon did.
And they have even refused to seek charges against FBI and DOJ officials who we now know perjured themselves in congressional testimony.
It’s time for Nancy Mace to stop acting like a leftist and represent her conservative district.
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