Dems vote to subpoena Kelly Anne Conway fiery listen, as GOP slams “political spectacle’

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President Trump, in a telephone conversation with ‘Fox & friends”, says he does not fire his counselor in the midst of accusations that they are Acting against the hatch, saying their freedom of speech is to try to be taken.

House Democrats voted on Wednesday to subpoena the White house Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway, in a heated hearing on alleged violations of the Hatch Act-as angry Republicans called it a “political spectacle” and an example of double standards.

The house Oversight Committee voted 25-16 summons to Conway, before it will find a Special Council report that it is against the Hatch Act. Rep Justin Amash, R-Mich., was the only Republican to Democrats in what was otherwise a party-line vote.


The office of the Special Counsel that they will be separated from the office with a similar name, the said previously from Robert Mueller, in a scathing report this month, fired that Conway violated the Hatch Act, “the contempt of the Democratic presidential candidate while speaking in their official capacity during TV interviews and on social media,” and recommended you.

But the White house showed no signs of action against Conway, calls on the OSC’s decision “unprecedented,” and suggesting it was politically influenced.

The Hatch Act purpose is to ensure that Federal programs are “administered to protect in a non-partisan fashion, to employees of Federal agencies, from political coercion in the workplace, and to ensure that Federal employees are advanced based on merit and not on the basis of political affiliation,” said the OSC. The office is an independent Federal Agency monitors compliance with the law, and others.

Wednesday, the voice came to a irritated hearing, in which Republicans and Democrats were throwing back and forth accusations about the results. Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., the case said, about whether or not Conway was a good counselor, but “the question is whether you obeyed the law, period.”

“This is about right and wrong, this is about the core principle of our precious democracy, that no one…is in this country is above the law,” he said. “Contrary to the claims of Mrs Conway and President of the Trump, this is not a conspiracy, to silence or restrict their First Amendment rights, this is an attempt to enforce Federal law.”

Other Democrats pointed Special Counsel Henry Kerner was appointed by President Trump, and substantiated his findings.

“He’s not biased, he’s some wide-eyed liberal, he’s doing his job,” Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said.

But Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said the results were “outrageous, unfair and…flat-out wrong.” He also alleged a double standard, that the Obama administration, the employees had done the same thing, but to have never found, violated the law.

“Let us be clear about the Hatch Act, Federal employees cannot get to work, hand out partisan literature to hand out yard signs, Federal employees cannot get to work and donate to a candidate or pressure subordinates to support a certain political party,” he said.

“But an adviser to the President of the United States can safely go as a devil on cable news shows and answer questions-David Plouffe did it, David Axelrod, John Podesta, all of them did it for President Obama, but it is not help a strong-willed Republican, President Trump, oh, may,” he said.

Things were still heated more, if Rep. Mark Meadows, R-accused N. C. Democrats are a political spectacle.


“I can tell you that what we have here is a political spectacle, and we talk about the policy of the government?”, he asked. “This subpoena is nothing more than a political spectacle, and we are better than this, Mr. Chairman, we are better than this.”

Cummings shot back and said: “We get to a point, unfortunately, where disobeying the law is OK.”

“But it is not breaking the law”, threw the meadows, to scream, causing Cummings, “Yes it is!”

The Committee had requested that Conway wrote a statement at the hearing, but the White house Cummings on Monday, the request to refuse, citing a precedent that had said it, was met by several administrations.

In the midst of the partisan back-and-forth, Special Counsel Kerner, the legislator said that his office was to help you don’t try, someone to silence Conway brought. He went on to say numerous, separate” complaints of Hatch Act violations that you had received “. He said that Conway chose not to respond to his office, and your injuries only increased.

He cited in particular the comments you made, about the Democratic candidates, including on “Fox & Friends” in February, where they are called sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., “tinny” and “sexist”.


“These statements are not facts, they are campaign rhetoric, and they are forbidden to Act by the hatch, when she says that you made in your official capacity,” he said.


The OSC had previously reported referred to different examples of Hatch Act violations, including two already, in March 2018, the report in separate TV interviews. The OSC said at the time, Conway advocates for and against candidates in the 2017 Alabama Senate special election between controversial GOP candidate Roy Moore and Doug Jones, Sr.—the first Democrat elected to represent the state in the Senate in decades.

While the OSC Conway is recommended to be removed, Kerner said in an interview with Fox News this month that the decision to remove, your trump card is ‘ s alone.

“We respect his decision and, of course, the President has said is not an option, he Rügen wants to or not, Rügen,” Kerner. “It is up to the President’s discretion, and we respect that.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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