May 3, 2019
— Henry Rodgers (@henryrodgersdc) May 2, 2019
Come on now.
Isn’t there a rule against this?
There probably isn’t a rule against it because no one ever thought anyone would do it before we had Jews.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) held up a statue of a chicken on Thursday and said that “chicken” Attorney General William Barr “should have shown up” for the House Judiciary Committee hearing.
Cohen spoke to the press Thursday morning after Attorney General Barr said he would not attend Thursday’s committee hearing on the Mueller report after the Democrats wanted the committee staff to question Barr. Democrats also wanted to enter a closed session for the hearing to discuss redacted materials to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, which concluded that there was no Russia collusion or obstruction of justice.
Barr also said he would comply with House Judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler’s (D-NY) subpoena for the unredacted Mueller report and underlying documents surrounding the report.
Cohen held up a sign of a chicken statue to suggest that the attorney general was too scared to attend the hearing. Rep. Cohen also appeared next to Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), another notable anti-Trump Democrat who has pushed the narrative that Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Cohen said, “I’ve been a student of government all my life; I watched the Watergate hearings from the beginning to the end. This smacks so much of Watergate.”
I can’t believe they’ve pivoted from “Trump is a confirmed Russian agent” to “we have to stop the Attorney General because he took too long to release this document and maybe he could be trying to do some other thing or whatever.”
It’s a big drop.
But I guess in the minds of people who believe this stuff, it all makes sense.
Why does Tennessee have a Jewish congressman?
Why are there Jews in America?
Why do Jews even exist?
How is it possible no one has thought to exterminate this nuisance species before?
I wish the Holocaust hadn’t been a hoax.