The Attorney General and Secretary of Commerce reaped what they sowed by refusing to cooperate with Congress.
Contempt of Congress was a foregone conclusion, but an unexpected show of bipartisanship put an exclamation point on it when Rep. Justin Amash decided to join the Democrats.
In a bipartisan vote, the House Oversight Committee has voted to hold the Attorney General and Commerce Secretary in contempt for defying a subpoena to testify on the citizenship question Ross added to the census.
AG Barr and Commerce Secretary Ross have until Thursday to turn over material related to the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census or face another contempt vote.
He's smug on television, but every day he serves Trump, he shows his contempt for the country and discredits himself.
Just as the House Judiciary Committee was about to vote on holding Attorney General William Barr in contempt, Fox host Neil Cavuto was prodding a Republican Congresswoman into blaming Mueller as “the source of all of this.”
Fox's Neil Cavuto and Arizona Rep. Debbie Lasko attack Robert Mueller for his letter going after Barr for lying about his work, and lie about the report saying there was no collusion, when it didn't.
...And how the media refuses to cover it.
Here's the video of the House Judiciary Committee's consideration and passage of a report recommending that Attorney General Barr be held in contempt of Congress.
Thursday May 2, Jerry Nadler makes a statement as House Judiciary chairman at the hearing where AG Barr refused to testify.
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