After A.G Barr reiterated his determination that the investigation found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in 2016 election and that Mueller did not decide to indict the president on obstruction charges, Democrats went nuts with a whole new request to see the unredacted report.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) who has been outspoken about his belief that Congress has a right to see the full said
“We are demanding and we have a right — Congress has a right to the entire report with no redactions, what so ever. We are entitled to see it because Congress represents the nation and Congress has to take action on any of it. We’re entitled to see all of it.”
Is this all about the good of the American people or is Corrupt Dem. Rep. Nadler taking a different stance for president Trump than he took when former Democrat President Bill Clinton was under investigation?
Confronted by the Lewinsky Scandal in 1998, Corrupt Dem. Rep. Nadler supported the idea of keeping documents related to then President Clinton protected. Speaking about the documents, Rep. Nadler said
“Much of this material is federal rule 6(e) material, that is material that by law — unless contravened by a vote of the House — must be kept secret.”
Nadler (2019) vs. Nadler (1998) pic.twitter.com/IVg7RW3f0F
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He warned that Congress shouldn’t be able to see the unredacted report because of the risk for politically motivated leaks.
“That means fifty people are going to see it. It’s going to leak out and those privacy rights are going to be violated,” warned Nadler.
But now that the president under investigation is of an opposition party, something has clearly changed for Rep. Nadler. He suddenly cares more about transparency for the American people than protecting the privacy of third parties.