Stonewalling Saturday

FILE PHOTO - Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) speaks during a mark up hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington

Nadler slams Trump for stonewalling.

Congressional Democrats and President Donald Trump are in a stand-off over impeachment, with Democrats requesting documents and interviews from the executive branch and the administration defying those requests by citing executive privilege and declaring Congress’ investigations invalid. It’s a constitutional clash with one all-but-inevitable end point: The Supreme Court.

In order to conduct an impeachment inquiry and come to a decision about whether Trump has committed offenses unbefitting of his office, Congress needs to consider evidence. In an inquiry focused on Ukraine, it would need testimony from individuals involved in diplomacy there and others at the White House. But the administration is stonewalling by blocking witnesses and ignoring subpoenas by asserting the president has a right to confidentiality in his conversations with advisers, and more broadly alleging that the House’s impeachment investigation is an unconstitutional political vendetta.


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18 Responses to Stonewalling Saturday

  1. Micki says:

    Toothless government — is there an APP for that? haha!

    But, on another note….


  2. Micki says:

    Too much stuff! George Carlin knows his stuff!

    I’ve always wondered why people have so much stuff that they rent storage units…then the stuff just sits there, they don’t see it, use it….but they still think they need it!


  3. David B. Benson says:

    Not my house. For sale in Australia: 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, room for 61 automobiles.



  4. David B. Benson says:

    Just 7 minutes to the Nuevo Vallarta for dinner before the Iwash concert.


    • David B. Benson says:

      Total of 41 minutes up Hall Drive and on to the high school auditorium for the Washington Idaho Symphony concert. Round trip makes 73 minutes.

      Day 7: 180+73=253 minutes.


  5. Den says:

    Spent the afternoon washing the gungy windows. Temp hit 70 here in places, windows open. So far a drop in the bucket of puttin STUFF away.


  6. Den says:

    Boy does this place need a paint job! Peeling window frames, eves and siding, will be looking for a painter soon. Ordered new front and rear doors today, prehung so I have to remove the old ones frame and all, one day per door labor on my part, I’m old. The ones that are in there now leak so bad you can see light around them, not good for the utility bills either.


  7. Den says:

    Hmmm, I could make it, sure, lets go for it, oooo noooo!
    Better lay off the crunchies:


  8. °¿º arol says:

    Sat with my granddogs for 4 hours while Jill and Brian went to a family function. His family, of course. Their heat wasn’t working, chilly in the house, but tolerable. Both dogs curled up against me at different times. Since they NEVER do that, I know they did that for warmth.

    I knocked out 4 episodes of “Dark Matter” on Netflix.

    Cooked today, a shrimp dish and washed clothes. That was about it.


  9. Den says:

    More STUFF wrestling here, assembled 3 bar-stools I was given by my son as a housewarming gift, put food and dishes away, remounted the spare tire back on its holder on the back door of the van, ready to pick up doors, probably do that tomorrow.


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