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Susan Hennessey
For decades, Congress has outsourced its investigative work to the executive branch. That isn't going to work here. Congress has to develop the evidence itself, through assertion of its own prerogatives and wielding its own punitive tools.
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Steven S. Hood Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
But here's the question: if there are members of Congress who aren't willing to follow the rule of law, and this cannot be implemented at this time, must then such members be expelled, or do we, as a nation, have to run to replace those who have abandoned their oath?
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Saucy 🌐 Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
If your will is subourned whims of another you cannot be Co-Equal. Congress must assert it's authority as oversight body of the Executive.
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Doug Thompson Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
This really is the heart of the whole matter.
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Rose Gardener Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
If only ....
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Resister Sister Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
Can you outline Congress’ punitive tools and which ones are most feasible?
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GoingAnonForWork Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
Partisanship makes Congress incapable of such work.
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(((Howard Forman))) Sep 22
Replying to @Susan_Hennessey
Can you speak to the power of a charge of contempt from congress and whether it has any teeth?
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cameron glenn Sep 22
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