On Tuesday, Attorney General Barr appeared before the House Judiciary Committee.
But it wasn’t a warm welcome. The Democrats refused to let Barr answer his questions in full.
Republicans prepared a video for the hearing—to reveal what is going on in the country.
But Rep. Nadler cut the video short, preventing Republicans to question Barr on the subject.
So, they released it for all of America to see:
The House Judiciary GOP posted the full video on its Twitter account Tuesday after the opening statement by Jordan. A comparison between the video posted by the Judiciary Committee Republicans and the tape from the hearing shows that the 10-minute video was cut off about two minutes before its conclusion.
Democrats have been desperate to paint the widespread protests in liberal cities as “peaceful.”
They have gone as far as to accuse Trump of being a dictator, sending in “stormtroopers” to harass demonstrators.
Few Americans have believed that narrative.
The video posted by Republicans shows the drastic contrast between what Democrats in the MSM are saying, and what is really happening across cities in America.
President Trump called on local leaders—mostly Democrats—to end obvious acts of crime. They rejected him.
So, to protect lives and property, the president sent in federal law enforcement.
Attorney General Barr has been vocal in his condemnation of Democrats who refuse to acknowledge what is happening in cities like Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, and D.C.
Even when faced with video evidence, Nadler and his colleagues refused to watch it.
Why would they not want to watch a video about what is going on in America? Didn’t they swear an oath to serve the public and uphold the Constitution?
What harm could have been done by watching actual footage from around the country?
Unless Democrats are fiercely trying to defend a narrative that does not hold any water?
Americans are watching what is going on and they’re not happy. Democrats who refuse to do anything—or worse, defund police—will regret it come election time.
- House Democrats cut off a video showcasing the widespread riots in America.
- Republicans posted it online so the country could see.
- Democrats in the media continue to claim demonstrations are “peaceful.”
Source: Fox News