A screaming match broke out at a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday Hate crime bill Between Democratic Congressman Baldemings and Jim Jordan, Ohio.
Demings criticized the Republican Party’s amendment to prevent police cashing. However, the bill it was trying to amend does not provide for robbing law enforcement agencies.
Called Covid-19 hate crime methodThe law aims to provide incentives for hate crime reporting, increase funding for state-owned hate crime hotlines, and increase penalties for individuals convicted under current hate crime law. ..
Demings called the amendment “totally irrelevant.”
“I was a law enforcement officer for 27 years,” said Demings, a former police officer. “It’s a tough job and a good police officer deserves your help. As you know, my colleague on the other side of the aisle helps the police when it’s politically convenient. It’s interesting to see it. “
At that time, Jordan interrupted her speech and urged Demings to raise her voice and clap her hands at the table.
“I have a floor, Mr. Jordan,” she exclaimed. “What? Did you get nervous?”
“Law enforcement officers are more valuable than being used as pawns, and you and your colleagues should be ashamed of yourself,” she added.
Commission Chairman Jerry Nadler, DN.Y. Intervened swiftly, hitting his gavel and telling Demings and Jordan not to disturb each other, but they kept yelling Nadler.
Jordan sought a command point to respond appropriately to Demings, but Nadler dismissed Demings and allowed her to end her part of the amendment discussion.
Last week, Jordan was James Cliburn, DS.C. , Maxine Waters, participated in a screaming match similar to Congressman D-Caliph. During a hearing with Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top US infectious disease expert, about the coronavirus.
Waters told JordanShut up“When he began screaming questions at Forch, it wasn’t his turn to talk about the objections of Panel Chairman Cliburn.