Watch When Jerrold Nadler Said Congress CAN'T Investigate Organizations
The same Swamp Congressman Jerrold Nadler has targeted the Trump business and it's employees for massive investigation, putting them on trial while searching for a crime when there is no evidence of one.
But in 2009, he argued that it would be an abuse of power for Congress to ever do that. The organization ACORN had been caught tampering with the election. As some called for an investigation, Nadler said “Whatever infractions Acorn may be guilty of, Nadler said, “it ought to be vetted or sanctioned by the appropriate administrative agency or by the judiciary. But Congress must not be in the business of punishing individual organizations or people without trial.” He cited a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pointing out that this was the first time in Congressional history that a group had been so singled out.
“I was just offended by the whole notion,” Nadler told theVillage Voice. “Congress is not supposed to be prosecutor, judge, and jury. It is fundamental.”