So much for Republicans pretending they're the party of law and order.
Rep. Mark Meadows bizarrely defends Trump's attempt to get White House Counsel Don McGahn to fire Robert Mueller by saying it's not a crime to simply ask someone else to commit a crime.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the most skilled members of Congress when it comes to questioning witnesses, as this clip shows
I mean, Mark Meadows was clearly not paying attention, and Chairman Cummings refused to ask AOC to repeat herself. And Ross tried not to answer her question, so Cummings the question himself. Wooooow.
"Above The Law" editor Elie Mystal is not going to pretend that the accusation of racism is worse than actual racism.
Eddie Glaude explains why Mark Meadows holding up a "Black Venus" to prove Trump isn't racist? Is offensive.
Believe it or not, there is more to learn from the Meadows/Tlaib exchange.
Rep. Meadows' faux outrage over "being called racist" to defend Trump has no merit.
A birther joke from Mark Meadows in 2012, but hey, he's not a racist?
Rep. Brenda Lawrence expressed her disgust at Rep. Meadows when he used African American party planner, Lynne Patton, who worked for Trump to "prop up one member of our entire race of black people" saying "that nullifies that is totally insulting."
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