On Tuesday, in conversation with Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on his radio show, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon raged against the 13 House Republicans who broke ranks to vote for the bipartisan infrastructure bill — accusing them of saving the career of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
"What should be done here? Because people are outraged about this," said Bannon, who is currently defying a subpoena from the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack. "Nancy Pelosi at 11 o'clock on Friday night was finished. She was done. Right? It was the end of her reign of terror, it was the end of Biden's presidency. And 13 Republicans got them off the hook. So what are people to do?"
"Really, the next thing we need is for the Freedom Caucus to take the position that these people should lose their leadership positions, because that demonstrates, really, the first critical mass that could speak to this issue and who could put pressure on the leader to do the right thing," said Gaetz, who is currently under federal investigation as part of a child sex trafficking probe.
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