Do you think it's okay? I don't.
Neither does Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
Schiff's response to his colleagues' lame attempt to rebuke him seems to take a similar but more pointed perspective than the Arizona Eagletarian's March 26, 2019 post.
Then there's Speaker Pelosi frankly calling them "scaredy cats."
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia report is more than 300 pages long, it was revealed Thursday, sparking fresh criticism from Democrats arguing that Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary was gravely inadequate and the full findings must be quickly released.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called Barr’s synopsis that cleared President Donald Trump of campaign collusion with Russia and criminal obstruction of the federal probe “condescending” and “arrogant.”
“Mr. Attorney General, we do not need your interpretation,” Pelosi said Thursday. “Show us the report and we’ll come to our own conclusions.” She mocked the administration and Republicans as “scaredy-cats.”
The length of Mueller’s confidential report makes clear that there are substantially more details he and his team have documented in their investigation than Barr disclosed to Congress and the public in his summary. The volume of pages was described Thursday by a Justice Department official and another person familiar with the document.The last few days have brought up memories of the "blood sport" level of conflict Arizonans saw especially in 2011-2012 as Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission drew the legislative and Congressional district maps and subjected them to public scrutiny.
Those years were followed by a few years of litigation, which notably saw that the AIRC scored victories in EVERY one of the lawsuits Republican interests brought to bear.
Not surprisingly, SCOTUS also heard oral arguments this week in two gerrymandering cases, one in Maryland (drawn by Democratic state lawmakers) and one in North Carolina (drawn by the GOP legislature). Court watchers might be hoping, but seem not to be optimistic that outcomes to limit extreme political bias in redistricting will result.
In the meantime, I'm not at all surprised by intense conflict either surrounding the gerrymandering cases or Russiagate.