Coming from Conservative Treehouse and and sent to me via Ready Made Resources, is this bizarre exchange between Congressional Special Counsel Douglass Letter and Federal Appellate Court Judge for the DC Circuit Neomi Rao.
As a matter of context, the case is concerning the ability of Congress to subpoena, a power to which they are abusing, testimony from Don McGahn. Mr. Letter insinuates first that Congress’ Sergeant at Arms, a position of formality and nothing more in any real sense, would arrive to the DOJ under arms to recover the testimony. Letter moves on to insinuate that there’d be a ‘gun battle’ and continues tripping over his words- an odd choice, but likely a Freudian slip.
Make no mistake as to what these people want. And what they’ll do to get it.