BREAKING: Steve Bannon, Inmate #05635509, reports to Danbury federal prison after final War Room broadcast

“Victory or death ... It’s time for me to surrender up at Danbury.”


Steve Bannon reported to Danbury Federal Prison in Connecticut on Monday, July 1. Bannon arrived outside the prison, spoke to supporters during a live stream of War Room, and then went into the facility. 

"Victory or death ... It’s time for me to surrender up at Danbury," Bannon said to press and supporters. He then walked up to the prison facility. 

"Don’t pray for me, pray for our enemies," Bannon said before heading inside. 

Bannon had live streamed his drive over to the prison before he took questions from reporters and addressing the press.  

Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena from the J6 Committee, after the communication being sought was deemed to be protected under executive privilege. The committee demanded the  communications between himself and then-President Donald Trump. Trump later revoked privilege so that Bannon could comply with the subpoena, but Congress, and a court, decided to go ahead with the charges anyway.

After appealing the decision, his conviction was upheld in federal court. He then appealed directly to the Supreme Court of the United States while asking to stay out of prison while the appeal was pending in court. SCOTUS denied the motion.   

Bannon appeared in an interview with Jonathan Karl on ABC on Sunday where he said that “deep state” officials may face prosecution in a second Trump term. 

Danbury prison is classified as a “low security” facility. “Low security Federal Correctional Institutions (FCIs) have double-fenced perimeters, mostly dormitory or cubicle housing, and strong work and program components," According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  

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