Jerry Nadler is without doubt one of the most stubborn people in congress, perhaps anywhere. He knows if he keeps looking the needle will be found. Anti-Trumpers Mueller, Weismann, and the other members of the Special Council seeking to undue the election concluded in their report that there was no collusion and no obstruction. They apparently knew this perhaps even before Mueller was appointed by his pal Rosenstein. I suppose if they continue their political schemes it will keep them from proposing Marxist legislation, so that is good.
Nadler, if you are really interested in learning what happened during the campaigns of 2016, I would suggest you call Christopher Steele, the Ohr’s, McCabe, Strzok, Hillary, Hillary’s campaign staff, and their friends.
Concerning separation at the border, all you have to do is introduce a bill and then pass it and send it to the senate that repeals the law you helped pass during the Clinton years that requires separation. While you are at it, you could also pass a bill that provide funds for a border wall, stop chain migration, and correct the other flaws in our immigration system. I know that would not get you any kudos on CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, or MSNBC, but you would be doing something very positive for the country. Sorry Nadler, I forgot you are a member of the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party who could care less about what is good for the country, but is only concerned with taking power and fundamentally transforming the United States from a free and independent people to a Marxist totalitarian state.
The House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote Thursday to authorize subpoenas for documents and testimony from a slew of current and former Trump administration officials in connection with the committee’s investigation into alleged obstruction of justice.
The committee is also scheduled to move to authorize subpoenas for documents and testimony from current and former Trump administration officials related to the administration’s immigration policies and the separation of migrant families at the U.S. southern border.
“For months, we have held hearings and sent letters to the agencies of jurisdiction involved with implementing a catastrophic and inhumane family separation policy at the Southern border. Many questions remain and it is past time for a full accounting of this policy and practice,” Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said in a statement Tuesday.
“The Committee will also move forward with our efforts to request information from critical witnesses as part of our ongoing investigation into obstruction, corruption and abuse of power by the President and his associates,” Nadler said.
In connection with the obstruction probe, the committee will vote to authorize subpoenas for 12 current and former White House and Trump campaign officials and Trump associates, according to text of the resolution that will be marked up on Thursday.
Those include Trump senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner, former national security adviser Michael Flynn, former White House chief of staff John Kelly, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein.
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