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Jerrold Nadler Tag

Over 121 members of New York's legislature, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rep. Jamaal Bowman, and others called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign. Six women accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. Don't forget that a report discovered his nursing home policy during COVID probably led to the deaths of 15,000 elderly people.

The silence from Democrats over the left-wing violence unfolding in American cities like Portland is deafening. To make matters worse, when they do finally speak up, their words are an insult to our intelligence. Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), who pushed the Russia hoax for three years, was recently asked about Antifa violence in Portland, and said with a straight face that it's a "myth."

I'm not sure how many times I've watched this video, but I've watched it a lot and I've snorted, because it's just... perfect. Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) walks out and gets his glasses hilariously tangled in his mask. A mask that no longer matters because with rioters and looters galore, social distancing is so May. And the scarf. THE SCARF. It's all too much.

This week ended with the Senate confirming 8 federal judicial nominees, bringing the total of Trump-appointed federal judges to 172, one-fifth of the federal judiciary. But liberals and the mainstream media barely paid attention because they all were focused on Jerry Nadler's law professor show, which was so boring and worthless, even Nadler had trouble staying awake.

Rep. Jerry Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, man who has made Trump is #1 political enemy, fainted at a press conference Friday. Nadler was attending in support of Mayor de Blasio's speed camera initiative. Texas just voted to ban all red light cameras, but anyway.

There is no constitutional crisis regarding the House Intelligence Committee's unsuccessful attempt to get the unredacted Mueller report, including secret grand jury information, and the documents underlying the investigation. Disregard what Jerrold Nadler says about there being a constitutional crisis.

That didn't take long! At his press conference, one reporter asked Attorney General William Barr if he would allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify in front of Congress. Mueller is still an employee with the Department of Justice. Barr said he has no objections. Almost immediately, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler tweeted out a letter to Mueller.