**DEMS WASTE THE TIME AND MONEY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE YET AGAIN
**READING THE MUELLER REPORT IS A GOOD USE OF TIME TO THEIR CONSTITUENTS
**ABORTION BAN IN ALABAMA GETS A PUSHBACK FROM THE LEFT
**WILL MORE STATES FOLLOW THE BAN?
**TRAFFIC IN LA SO BAD FOOD WILL NOW BE DELIVERED TO DRIVERS IN TRAFFIC
4:05 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of The Russia Hoax, and David Schoen, Criminal Defense & Civil Liberties attorney have plenty to talk about today with the democrats reading the Mueller report on Capitol Hill. This is how your tax dollars are being spent because American is not able to read this publicly released information on their own. AG Barr has been able to find humor in this situation, joking with the Speaker of the House if she carries around her handcuffs:
Several other lawmakers, including Reps. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., and Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., have warmed to the idea.
“We know how to arrest people around here,” Raskin told Politico. “And if we need to arrest someone, the [House] sergeant-at-arms will know how to do it. I’m not afraid of that.”
He added: “If they can arrest my constituents, we can arrest someone else who are disobeying the law.”
But despite rank-and-file Democrats calling for the drastic measure, Pelosi has seemed cool to the idea. Last week, she pushed back when asked about the potential step.
“We do have a jail in the basement of the Capitol, but if we were arresting all of the people in the administration, we would have an overcrowded jail situation,” Pelosi said. “And I’m not for that.”
Inherent contempt is one of three contempt options available, along with criminal contempt (under which an individual is charged with a crime) and civil judgment (leading to a civil court process).
4:30 PM ET – Senator Tom Cotton, of Arkansas is a combat tour veteran and served as Platoon Leader for the Army’s 3rd Infantry Regiment at Arlington. His new book out this week pays homage to those soldiers who have gone before us and all they did to serve their country.
From United States Senator Tom Cotton, SACRED DUTY: A Soldier’s Tour at Arlington National Cemetery (On Sale: May 14, 2019) is not only an inspiring portrait of Arlington National Cemetery’s Old Guard, but also a personal chronicle of Senator Cotton’s time as a platoon leader in the unit. In writing and researching the book, Senator Cotton returned to Arlington and shadowed the regiment’s soldiers, from daily funerals to the state funeral of President George H. W. Bush. Indeed, he relived the honor—and the challenges—of duty at the nation’s “most sacred shrine,” whose hallowed grounds contain some of the most famous names in military and political history, including presidents, Supreme Court justices, five-star generals, and Medal of Honor recipients, as well as liberated slaves, and, at the fabled Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the bodies of soldiers known only to God.
5 PM ET – Jonathan Gilliam, Former FBI Agent, Federal Air Marshall, and author of Sheep No More and Danielle McLaughlin, an Attorney & Constitutional Expert who co-wrote The Federalist Society: How Conservatives took the Law Back from Liberals, discuss the madness of the day from the layoffs coming at Fake News CNN, the mural of George Washington that may be removed from a university because it ‘traumatizes’ students, and finally Maddow’s mania calling the President the freest criminal in America.
5:30 PM ET Ami Horowitz, satirist, documentarian, and now candidate for President. Ami recently exposing the anti-semitism on college campuses, and what we are seeing in the halls of Congress, all of which is very upsetting. Now the Ami wants to straighten out the White House.