Today, the Democrat-led House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted 24-16 (along party lines) to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt over his refusal to turn over the unreacted version of the Mueller Report on Trump-Russia collusion.
Next, the matter will be taken up by the full House of Representatives.
Meantime, the Republican head of the Senate Finance Committee, Chuck Grassley, took to the Senate floor to comment on the Mueller report and the media's response to it.
Many in the media seem to be unhappy with the results of the Mueller Report or embarrassed that the world knows they sold a bunch of snake oil for the past two years. And now the jig is up.
I hope the media will pursue the origins of the Russian collusion investigation with the same vigor as they’ve pursued the collusion narrative.
It would go a long ways, then, to res)tore the media's damaged credibility.
And knowing how all this started will help us prevent such a fiasco from ever happening again.
--Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa)
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