Argument Breaks Out At House Judiciary Hearing After Nadler Refuses To Show Video During Garland Hearing

One argument occurred at the House Judiciary hearing among Jerry Nadler and Jim Jordan. The hearing was on oversight of the Justice Department in which AG Merrick Garland testified.

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The hearing focused on the recent memo shared by AG Garland to Justice Department officials, encouraging weaponizing the FBI agents against parents for the threats against the school board members.

Republicans calm that the parents can’t be labeled as domestic terrorists only because they want to protect their children and oppose radical school-backed agendas like CRT.

However, Democrats ignore everything, and they want to keep everyone ‘’safe.’’

The argument during the hearing started when Chairman Jerry Nadler refused to play the video that Jin Jordan wanted to show. In the video, the parents were criticizing Garland’s order to the FBI.

The chairman stated that Jordan didn’t provide 24 hours’ notice of the video, so it can’t be shown to the committee.

This is the argument:

Nadler and the Dems are afraid of the video’s content, and that’s why he didn’t allow it to be played.

Fox News reported:

Attorney General Merrick Garland is testifying at a House Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday dedicated to oversight of the Justice Department at a time when the agency is in the middle of several high-profile cases and controversies.

Republicans have seized on Garland’s recent memo to Justice Department employees about intervening in incidents of violence or intimidation targeting state and local school board officials. GOP lawmakers have criticized Garland for overstepping by getting involved in matters that should be handled by state and local law enforcement, and for issuing the memo days after the National School Boards Association asked the Biden administration to utilize tools including the terrorism-related PATRIOT Act to deal with these situations. The NSBA cited incidents of non-violent disruption of school board meetings where parents voiced their concerns about issues such as the teaching of critical race theory, prompting Republicans to voice fears that federal involvement will influence conservatives to keep quiet instead of continuing to engage with officials.

Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, attempted to show a video of parents at school board meetings during his opening remarks, but Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., refused, claiming that Jordan did not provide 48 hours’ notice. Jordan stated that there is no official rule requiring such notice, but Nadler did not allow the video to be shown.

Garland did not directly address the school board issue at all in his opening statement. He did make general comments about protecting Americans from threats, while also safeguarding people’s freedoms.

“Every person living in this country expects and deserves that their government protect them against a wide range of threats – from international and domestic terrorism to cyber-attacks to violent crime and drug trafficking,” Garland said in prepared remarks submitted to the committee. “As our country’s chief law enforcement officer, I am committed to supporting law enforcement at all levels as they work to protect our country from these threats, while also zealously guarding civil liberties and ensuring our own accountability to the American people.”

Jerry Nadler would better waste the people’s time than show a video crucial for the investigation.

He’s not active when needed, so sometimes I think that he has reached where he is only to be an obstacle to the crucial issues.

Nadler asks Republicans to wear masks:

Watch this: Jim Jordan, Americans have had enough.

And this is the video that Nadler refused to play to the committee.

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