More than 20 House Democrats are planning a cruel 12-hour public reading by Specialist Robert Mueller's report on the Russia study in its entirety, except for the edited parts, on Thursday.
In the forefront of acting, the Pennsylvania Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon, Vice-President of the House Judiciary Committee, who has rallied other Democrats to participate in the public reading of the report, found no confusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, although It is also noted that there are 10 cases that could qualify as an obstacle to justice.
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"We have been saying for several weeks that if you think there was no obstacle and no cooperation, you have not read the Mueller report. So the ongoing the quest has been & # 39; how do we get that story out there while waiting for the witnesses to enter? & # 39; "
"We have said in weeks that if you think there was no obstacle and no cooperation, you have not read the Mueller report. So the ongoing search has been:" How do we get that story out there while waiting for the witnesses to come in? "Scanlon told the Washington Post.
In a statement her office sent to the media, she said the Mueller report" illustrates a presidency based on opportunism, without respect for public service and the rule of law "and that" this administration and its enablers do not want the US people to hear the contents of this report. "The Mueller report is available to the public for reading. The Democrats who will participate in the marathon reading will read the exact same copy of the report.
recently announced DOJ for the complete unredacted report and its underlying materials, a claim rejected by Attorney General Bill Barr.The committee voted last week to hold Barr in contempt.
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Scanlon told the newspaper that it will take about 12-14 hours to review all 448 pages of the report , with her colleagues split up on the reading shifts. The report will be read in the House Rules Committee Room and will be streamed live. The recording will then be made into an audiobook.
Among other participants in the public reading will be the jury committee chairman Jerrold Nadler and Rep. Jamie Raskin.
Scanlon also refused that she and her fellow Democrats get involved in a political stunt, saying, "It's not a ploy to keep something going."
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"The Mueller Report was a mandate from the Ministry of Justice that there is a study of these very worrying aspects of what happened in our government," she told socket. "So you know it can be inconvenient, it can be time consuming, but that's what we need to do."