Shouldn’t question the government?

If one Democrat has her way, the public will stay out of the government’s business.

Democrat representing Washington, DC, Eleanor Norton Holmes believes the little people have no business questioning government.

Watch as this Congressional Black Caucus genius proves that there should not only be term limits in Congress, but AGE limits!

As reported in the Washington Examiner, Representative Norton said,

“You don’t have a right to know everything in a separation-of-powers government, my friend. That is the difference between a parliamentary government and a separation-of-powers government,” Norton said during a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing.It was, to put mildly, a significant departure from the more traditional liberal stance that openness and transparency are must to prevent abuses of power by government officials. Instead the leading advocate for statehood for the District of Columbia literally argued that even the congressional committee charged with oversight shouldn’t be asking questions in the first place.

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….Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., top ranking Democrat on the Oversight Committee, thanked Holmes for her comments.

“I associate myself with your comments,” Cummings added, thus making it clear that he doesn’t believe the public has right to know what is going on inside the White House either.

 

 

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