After Bill Barr’s trying day with corrupt democratic dimwit in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, A.G Barr informed the House Judiciary Committee that he would not appear for his scheduled hearing on Thursday.
A decision the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler didn’t take well.
The House Judiciary Committee hearing kicked off Thursday, without its key witness ‘Attorney General Barr’, as a result of previous disagreements over who would or would not be allowed to interrogate the Attorney General. An argument Chairman Jerry Nadler refuted by saying “He [Barr] is terrified of having to face a skilled attorney.”
At the course of the hearing, Rep. Doug Collins, a ranking Republican member of the committee fired back at Nadler, calling his stand a “Ludicrous demands.” Saying the issue is that the Democrats wanted staff members to ask questions of the attorney general.
“If that staff member wants to ask questions, run for Congress,” Collins suggested.
The attorney general is not here today, he added, “because the Democrats didn’t want him here today.”
Chairman Nadler avoided responding to Rep. Collins remarks, but instead in a hurry, adjourned the Committee hearing. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) had begun to speak up with an objection of his, but was ignored by Committee Chairman Nadler who quickly had Rep. Gaetz mic cut off.