Listen: Congress, House Judiciary Committee And House Judiciary discussed on Rob Pratte
"Validity to the call by the House Judiciary committee chairman, Jerry Nadler of New York that congress gets to see everything in the report or are they in fact, they the the Justice department officials limited by what the law says they can release even the congress. No, Democrats are saying that the entire report should be given out to the public unredacted what they are saying congress a special right there the elected representatives to read the entire report, including the underlying evidence the sources. Method and there'd be a penalty penalty legal penalties. If congressmen or senators release information in the report that is in a confidential or reveal methods. There's no interest in, you know, congressmen or senators actually doing that. So they would be told by their leaders. And by the Justice department to be very careful in protecting tourists and methods, but congress views this as a top party to actually read this report. The house voted four hundred twenty two zero few weeks ago to get the full molar port. Yeah. I imagine that everybody would want this. I'm not sure that the the the the membership here it is forty one. I just looked it up. There are forty one members of congress on the House Judiciary committee almost ten percent. Of of the entire house is on that committee. I have to think anything that is released to quote that whole committee is"