Democrat Nadler Suggests Jail and Fine of $20,000 per Day for Trump Officials Who Refuse Subpoenas

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Jim Hoft
TheGatewayPundit.com
April 30, 2019

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) earlier this month reportedly suggested fining Trump officials who do not honor congressional subpoenas.

Nadler joined WCBS on Monday to discuss the Democrat strategy to force Trump officials to testify before Congress.

Nadler told WCBS 880 that he will call on the Sergeant at Arms to arrest Trump officials. And then fine them $20,000 daily until they appear.

Rep. Nadler: “Someone is in contempt of Congress, you send the Sergeant at Arms and you arrest them. Alternatively you fine him $20,000 a day, whatever. We could do this.”

One Response to “Democrat Nadler Suggests Jail and Fine of $20,000 per Day for Trump Officials Who Refuse Subpoenas”

  1. Warprofit

    The left is going more and more Stasi State each and every day with their Rhetoric. But if your truly attuned to whats going on, like a game of chess, you wait to see what the next moves by each side will be.
    Who arrests who first, may set the precedent, for whats to come. Hold onto your seats, this is getting real interesting.
    But the facts remain, our southern border is an open wound on the sovereignty of our great nation. Neither side, when they controlled the isles and or presidency, has got to the core root of the problem, or seriously discussed taking away the incentives for allowing them in un-vetted and able to travel freely across our land.
    This circus side show, will either end one of two ways.
    The entire system goes down and we all suffer shtf.
    Or the side of Liberty and Justice for all wins. Restoring Justice, and holding those responsible for treason against our great nation, will be brought to Justice.
    What say you?

    #3922388

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