House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced late Tuesday the names of the 12 Republican congressmen who will join the selection subcommittee to “Stop Weaponizing” the federal government.
Members serving on the committee — announced in McCarthy’s tweet — tasked with investigating how the Office of the President investigated and collected information about American citizens, based on party promises to hold the Biden administration accountable for perceived misconduct and violations over the past two years I’m here.
In a letter to Republican colleagues, McCarthy said the subcommittee would expose “the weaponization of government against citizens.”
A resolution to create a “weaponization” subcommittee passed the House earlier this month, led by Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, who also chairs the Judiciary Committee. The subcommittee is made up of his 15 members, nine Republicans and six Democrats. It remains unclear which Democrats will be appointed to the panel.
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Other Republicans on the “weaponization” subcommittee include Rep. Darrell Issa of California; Rep. Thomas Massey of Kentucky; Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah; Ellis Stefanik of New York; Rep. Johnson, Texas Rep. Chip Roy, and Rep. Kelly. Armstrong, MD; Greg Steube, FL; Dan Bishop, MD, North Carolina; Kat Cammack, MD, FL; Harriet Hageman, MD, Wyoming.
The panel expects to explore not only how the executive branch gathered information about its citizens, but also how it collaborated with other agencies, including the private sector, to “facilitate action against American citizens.” It has been.
In the resolution, the Commission examines how executive branch agencies “collect, compile, analyze, use, or disseminate information about U.S. citizens, including unconstitutional, illegal, or unethical activities committed against U.S. citizens.” It is said that
The resolution also notes that the subcommittee’s work will include a “full and complete investigation and study”, with a final report to be submitted by 2 January 2025.
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“I don’t think any American believes that justice shouldn’t be equal for all,” McCarthy told reporters this month. Or whatever they use to try to falsify it, I’ve discovered they’re going to have different standards for their beliefs, and that doesn’t work in America.”
Last week, McCarthy said Steube said: drop 25 feet While chopping wood outside his Sarasota home — participating in the “weaponization” subcommittee.
“I spoke with @RepGregSteube and his wife, Jen, this morning. He is doing well and our entire meeting wishes him a speedy recovery,” McCarthy said. wrote in a tweet“When I told him I was going to serve on the Special Subcommittee on Federal Weaponization, he wanted to get back to work!”
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This committee has been compared to church committees in the 1970s. On this commission, Senator Frank Church (D-Idaho) was investigating the abuses of executive branch intelligence.House Judiciary Committee Rankings Democrats Congressman Jerrold Nadler, DNY, He told The New York Times that he doesn’t see the new subcommittee as a match for Church’s.
Nadler said the new subcommittee was “fueled by conspiracy theories and will be run by the most extremist members of the MAGA executive board,” and that the church committee “has the power to reform the behavior of the intelligence community.” A serious, bipartisan endeavor, solid and verifiable evidence.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.