Nadler says Congress ’entitled to see all’ of Mueller report

Nadler says Congress ’entitled to see all’ of Mueller report

Rep. Jerry Nadler, the Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said Congress is ’entitled to see all’ of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Nadler said further, he would go to court to obtain secret grand jury testimony that might be included in the unredacted report. Nadler also denounced AG William Barr as a ’bias defender’ and ’agent’ of the White House.

Timothy
Timothy
Tommy Hawkins
Tommy Hawkins 1 year

Nadler is the typical Demo, feels 'entitled' to deviate from the law and Constitution whenever it suits his purpose.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

Nadler is a disgruntled former business associate of Trump that lost big time in a Trump business deal. He lost again in court when he sued. So let's just say Nadler is not doing this for the American people. He has a personal vendetta against Trump and it looks like he is using his public office to seek revenge for a business deal that went bad. He needs to recuse himself from anything to do with Trump. He is not an independent actor in this as he is extremely biased. At least recusal was once an American value. A set of values that worked for over 200 years; But, perhaps, in this post-American world where ancient middle eastern cultural values are now all the rage, because of wealth, we should allow tribal cultural blood feuds to guide our public official's actions and not the spirit of decency and American legal cultural values.

Russ Kurtell
Russ Kurtell 1 year

That was always the plan. They said mid April from the get go. About another week...

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