KOMMONSENTSJANE – DEMOCRACY DIES IN DARKNESS – 2 – Google erased the first one. Now look at this one.

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Sundar Pichai – you testified that your employees treated your customers fairly – do you call this fairly.


KOMMONSENTSJANE – DEMOCRACY DIES IN DARKNESS. Why can’t the Republicans sue the Democrats for violating the Constitution?

Google foreigners – H1B visa holders are interfering with this blog. They are blocking me. For documentary purposes.

John Yoo: The House doesn’t have to be ‘fair’ in its probe. But it should give Trump due process. (Which didn’t happen.)


Democracy Dies in Darkness

The Washington Post


Opinion by Marc A. Thiessen. Columnist
October 24, 2019

After dozens of House Republicans demanded access to a secure facility in the Capitol on Wednesday where House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) was preparing to depose a Pentagon official, Democrats expressed outrage at the breach of protocol. “They’re doing this because this is what the guilty do,” said Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.). “Innocent people cooperate with investigations. Innocent people follow the rules of the House.”

Well, people engaged in impartial investigations aimed at finding the truth don’t violate every precedent and standard of due process set during previous presidential impeachments.

Contrast today’s partisan inquiry with the Nixon impeachment. As American Enterprise Institute President Robert Doar has pointed out, the Nixon inquiry was a model of bipartisan cooperation. The Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Peter Rodino (N.J.), assembled a unified staff (including Doar’s father, John, a Republican whom Rodino appointed as special counsel). The full House voted on authorizing the inquiry. The minority was given joint subpoena power. The president’s counsel was allowed to be present during depositions, given access to all of the documents and materials presented to the committee, allowed to cross-examine witnesses, and even permitted to call witnesses of his own. Most important, the committee did not leak or release selective documents cherry-picked to make the president look bad.

The same was true during the Clinton impeachment inquiry. As former House speaker Newt Gingrich explained in a recent interview, Republicans “adopted every single rule that Rodino had used in 1973.” Yet today, Rodino’s party is systematically undermining every principle of fairness and due process he put in place in 1973.

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