Marjorie Taylor Greene, Representative Heath Peter And House Minority Leader Kevin Mccarthy discussed on Hope in the Night


Wrong to Rock Street House voted to remove GOP Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments and impassioned debate preceded the 230 to 199 tally, which resulted in the removal of the newly elected Georgia. Representative Heath Peter's reports on the debate. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he had consented to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is request to change Congresswoman Taylor Greens committee assignments that would be appropriate. Not for this majority. Believe something different. McCarthy accuses the Democrats of enforcing a double standard. New Jersey Democrat Tom Malinowski rebuked McCarthy, citing a congressional resolution last fall, which condemned Cuban on and claimed Congresswoman Green still adheres to the group's threatening conspiracy theory. You have to separate yourself from the people who are spreading them. Nearly all but 11. Republicans opposed the Democratic move, however, none defended her lengthy history of contestants. Social media posts the Justice Department considering whether a federal law usually used against organized crime. Can be used to charge members of far right groups involved in the deadly January 6th riot at the Capitol. The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, known as Rico, enables prosecutors to combat certain ongoing racketeering crimes such as murder, kidnapping, bribery and money laundering. Two sources. A current law enforcement official and a former official who recently left, the federal government said using the RICO statute to charge people involved in the capital violence is being debated within the Justice Department. With no final decision made, the former federal officials said it's not yet clear of cases arising from it meets statutory elements necessary for a RICO charge Bernie Bennett, Washington, Johnson and Johnson asking US regulators to clear

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