A former spokesman for President Trump, Taylor Budowich, sat down with the Jan 6th committee for a four-hour deposition.
He provided them with hundreds of pages of documents.
He said that even after sitting down with the committee he returned home to a notice from his bank saying that they will hand over information to the committee.
Budowich still has not been able to see the subpoena.
Taylor Budowich, a spokesman for former President Donald Trump, is fighting a subpoena sent by the House Jan. 6 Committee to JPMorgan Chase for his banking records, arguing in a court filing that he’s being denied due process in the matter after providing hundreds of pages of documents and hours of sworn testimony.
“The Select Committee acts absent any valid legislative power and threatens to violate longstanding principles of separation of powers by performing a law enforcement function absent authority to do so,” a complaint filed by Budowich in the Washington, D.C., federal district court reads.
“Mr. Budowich has not been afforded the opportunity to review the subpoena at issue in order to ascertain the extent or scope of information and records requested; moreover, the Select Committee has dispensed with all procedural rules, failed to accord due process, and neglected to provide formal notice,” it continues.
Budowich, who started his current role as Trump’s spokesman in July, told Fox News Friday that he’s been cooperating with the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation, including by sitting for a deposition on Wednesday and providing a variety of records before then.
That included, Budowich said, bank transactions and text messages related to his role as a consultant for a group that advertised Trump’s Jan. 6 Ellipse rally. His complaint against the committee says he produced “more than 1,700 pages of documents” and gave the committee “roughly four hours of sworn testimony.”
That was the day Budowich was in Washington, D.C., to testify before the Jan. 6 committee. He said he did not return to his home until Thursday. And when he did, Budowich found the letter contained a Friday deadline for him to file something blocking the release of his records to the committee.
“After complying completely with the Committee, including sitting for a four-hour deposition on December 22nd, I returned home on December 23rd only to find a notice from my banking institution, JPMorgan Chase, that they’d be handing over my banking records to the committee if I did not provide a court-ordered stoppage by December 24th,” Budowich said in a statement.
So, even those complying with the spam Jan 6th committee are being attacked?
Why can’t Budowich see the subpoena?
Sham Jan 6th committee exposed again.
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