Attorney General William Barr Testimony Before House Judiciary Begins with Republican Exhibit Showing Rioting in Multiple Cities in the United States

Attorney General William Barr is delivering his highly anticipated testimony Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee, where lawmakers have long waited to pepper him with questions about the Democratic-alleged politicization of the Justice Department, as well as a variety of other issues.

A House Judiciary testimony by Attorney General William P. Barr began with a testimony by Ann Marie Dorn, and was followed by scenes from riots in cities across the United States.

Ann Marie Dorn, widow of David Dorn, who as a retired police captain with the St. Louis Police Department, was shot and killed during a “protest”. House Chairman Jerry Nadler was speaking with an aide during much of her testimony.

US Rep. Jerry Nadler responded …

“Well, I hope that Mr. Jordan will never complain about the length of my opening statement. Without objection, I am going to insert the committee’s audio-visual policy into the record of this hearing, and note that the minority did not give the committee the 48-hour notice required by that policy. With that objection other opening statements will be included in the record.”

— Rep. Jerry Nadler

Last weekend Nadler was recorded in a video in which he said that protests are “a myth that’s being spread only in Washington D.C.”

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