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Adam Schiff Threatens to File Formal Complaint Against Protesting Republicans

American taxpayers are growing restless with the “secret” impeachment hearings, believing that, once again, the Deep State is at play in some sub basement of the Capitol.

This “formal” impeachment inquiry of the Democrats of anything but formal, and that has a great many republicans irked.

On Capitol Hill this morning, a wild scene of political protest played out in the deep, dark corners of our democracy.  Outside of a small room, squirreled away in the bowels of The Beltway, House Intel Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has been interviewing witnesses in relation to this latest push to impeach President Trump.  Those in attendance are not allowed to speak to the public about what they experience within that room, with Schiff retaining the right to choose whatever information goes public, if any at all does.

This secrecy has garnered criticism from taxpayers and politicians alike, with a number of prominent Republicans marching this morning to the doors of Schiff’s secret meeting room in protest.

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Now, Adam Schiff is threatening to take disciplinary action against them.

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) reportedly threatened to file ethics complaints against House Republicans who stormed the hearing room where a Defense Department official was testifying as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Laura Cooper, a senior official who oversees Ukraine policy, arrived Wednesday morning on Capitol Hill to appear before the House panels conducting the investigation. Shortly afterward, more than two dozen Republican House members held a news conference outside the secure room in the Capitol where the deposition was taking place.

The Republicans decried that the deposition was happening behind closed doors and said Americans should be able to read the transcripts of any interviews being conducted as part of impeachment.

Republicans then walked into the meeting unannounced, and the deposition was put on hold. The two sides were trying to resolve the standoff, Republicans who left the meeting said.

Rep. Andy Biggs announced the possibility via Twitter.

American taxpayers are growing restless with the “secret” impeachment hearings, believing that, once again, the Deep State is at play in some sub basement of the Capitol.

 

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