On Thursday towards the end of a House Judiciary Committee, Democrats cut off the mic of Republican Representative Matt Gaetz.

The incident occurred while radical Democrat Jerry Nadler was concluding the hearing which was originally supposed to be attended by Attorney General William Barr.

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Barr declined to show up because Nadler and other Democrats sought to have committee staffers pose questions at the hearing.

Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the panel, called Nadler’s move a “stunt” and “circus” during his opening remarks.

When Gaetz attempted to call out the Democrats stunt, someone cut his microphone.


“If he does not provide this committee with the information it demands and the respect it deserves, Mr. Barr’s moment of accountability will come soon enough,” Nadler stated.

“We will defend the prerogatives of congress. We’ll defend the rights of the American people to know what’s going on…we will make sure that no president becomes a Monarch,” Nadler announced, adding, “We need the information without delay. The hearing is adjourned.”

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When attempting to make a statement in relation to Nadler’s bogus closing announcement, the Democrats cut off the mic belonging to Gaetz.

“Is this how it’s going to be, Mr. Chairman, where there is not going to be a recognition of members who seek legitimate inquiry as to the procedures —” Gaetz announced before his microphone was wrongly cut off.

Nadler is clearly upset that Barr decided to not show up to his hearing.

Check out what Fox News had to say:

The House Judiciary Committee has been informed that Attorney General Bill Barr will not testify at a planned hearing Thursday, an aide to the panel told Fox News — even as the Democrats who lead the committee vowed to hold the hearing anyway, and threatened a possible contempt citation against Barr.

The prospect of House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y, gaveling a hearing with an empty chair came hours after Barr endured withering questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier in the day.

Democratic Caucus chairman Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., said Wednesday afternoon that Democrats “plan on subpoenaing” Barr “if he decides not to show up.”

“He can run but he can’t hide,” Jeffries said.

A key sticking point was that Nadler wants to have House Judiciary Committee staff — rather than members of Congress — question Barr on his handling of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report. But DOJ officials said members should conduct the inquiry, and it was unclear why Democrats did not propose having staffers simply provide questions to members during the hearing.

In remarks to reporters Wednesday afternoon, Nadler said Democrats had “worked around the clock” to address Barr’s concerns, and slammed what he called Barr’s “lack of candor.”

“He’s trying to blackmail the committee into not following the most effective means of eliciting the information we need,” Nadler said. “He is terrified of having to face a skilled attorney.”

Nadler also said the DOJ had denied House Democrats’ request for the full and unredacted Mueller report and said compliance with congressional subpoenas is “not optional.”

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