"We are moving with alacrity with anyone who obstructs the committee, and that was certainly the case with Mr. Bannon, and it will be the case with Mr. Meadows," said California Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff.
FEC records show that the Trump campaign paid Pierson $10,000 every two weeks for her work from September 2019 to December 2020.
More than three dozen people have been subpoenaed by the January 6 committee.
The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot included the conspiracy theorist in a the latest round of subpoenas issued on Monday.
Although both Trump's and Biden's favorability remains low, several recent polls have shown the former president favored to win the next presidential election.
"I would love to see the gavel go from Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump," Meadows said on Steve Bannon's podcast Thursday.
Bannon's plea isn't entirely surprising because when he turned himself in he said we're "taking down the Biden regime."
David Schoen has taken aim at the congressional committee examining the events that led up to the U.S. Capitol riots.
Meadows is yet to comply with a subpoena from the House committee that wants to examine his personal phone and email from the day of the insurrection.
The Georgia representative told Newsmax "they have picked on the wrong guy," as she backed Bannon, who has rejected a January 6 committee subpoena.
Bannon's lawyer said, "What [Bannon] means by offense is we're gonna challenge this affirmatively. We're gonna fight to defend his rights."
Bannon was indicted on Friday for defying a subpoena from the House panel probing the January 6 Capitol riot.
Bannon was charged with contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with lawmakers investigating the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6.
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon was charged with contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena.
"I view this as an early test of whether democracy was recovering," Schiff said Sunday.
Olivia Troye, a former aide to Mike Pence, accused Trump administration officials of "undermining the rule of law."
The California Democratic congressman said that former Trump officials see that "there's something admirable about thumbing your nose at the institutions of our government."
On Sunday he complained about the House select committee "viciously investigating" those who protested the "Crime of the Century."
"That was the mentality in the White House when I was there. Anything we did like that was a badge of honor," she said.
"I hope that none of the Republicans abuse executive privilege. This is about having a private citizen answer for their role on January 6," said Rep. Ro Khanna.
In a 2018 interview with Fox News, the then GOP congressman complained that Congress had been "stonewalled," adding "it's all about transparency."
"We're going to decertify the  electors," the Trump ally vowed.
"Steve Bannon did nothing wrong," tweeted Representative Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.).
Bannon has refused to cooperate with lawmakers, citing executive privilege despite not working in federal government when the Capitol riot took place.
Bannon has been defying a subpoena citing Trump's "executive privilege" argument, which has now been dismissed by a federal judge.
The Georgia representative said the inmates looked like they had "lost hope" when she visited them recently.
"We evaluate these in the normal way we do facts in the law, by applying the principles of prosecution," Garland told reporters.
Greene said the U.S. government is "abusing", torturing and committing "human rights abuses" against the jailed rioters in D.C.
Trump and four former officials in his administration are refusing to comply with Congress' January 6 investigation by citing executive privilege.
Bannon called the Biden administration an "illegitimate regime" before suggesting that Garland took part in a coup against Trump months before he became attorney general in March 2021.