Chuck Schumer, Nikki Silva, Brad Kavanagh discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
Welcome to the kitchen sisters present. We're the kitchen sisters, Dave Nelson and Nikki Silva. Let's be clear. The papers don't belong to Brad Kavanagh, George Bush, or Donald Trump. They belong to the American people. That's why we have a national archives. It's a foundation of our democracy, having records of what transpired in the great history of this nation informs us, and it's like a dictatorship to say those records should not be available or only the pieces that we want should be available. That's not the free and open debate. That's not the democracy treasure here in America. At Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, you might remember the controversy surrounding the nomination of judge. Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court in July two thousand eighteen.