Supreme Court temporarily blocks Mueller grand jury material from being turned over to House
The House Judiciary Committee said it needed the material for its investigations into President Donald Trump.
The Supreme Court blocked a House committee Wednesday from receiving grand jury material gathered by Robert Mueller's special counsel investigators, issuing a stay while a legal dispute over the records is on appeal.
The House Judiciary Committee said it needed the material now because it has been investigating President Donald Trump and its work "did not cease with the conclusion of the impeachment trial."
In a brief order, the court gave the government until June 1 to file its formal appeal. If no appeal is filed by then, the stay will dissolve.
When Mueller's work ended in March 2019, the Justice Department sent a version of his final report to Congress, but it redacted, or blacked out, references to information that was gathered by the Mueller grand jury. The House Judiciary Committee asked a federal judge to direct the Justice Department to hand over an unredacted copy, along with some of the documents and interviews the blacked-out passages referred to.
Now, why would they do that? What are they hiding?
5 REASONS CHRISTIANS SUPPORT DONALD TRUMP (An Honest Conversation About Disciples of the MAGAChurch)
It's the most common question I get while traveling the country or interacting online: How can professed Christian support someone like Donald Trump?
Who has been harmed?
BTW, on a global scale, you are a 1%er, you should give it all away or be taxed in order to buy flip flops for Botswanans. Cuz it's not fair you get 7X the income they do. You dont deserve it and you don't need it
Evangelical group wants gays removed from anti-lynching bill
Liberty Counsel Chairman Mat Staver opposes including the words "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" in a federal anti-lynching bill.
The U.S. Senate last month unanimously passed a bill that would explicitly make lynching a federal crime. Not everyone, however, is pleased with passage of the Justice for Victims of Lynching Act.
Liberty Counsel, an evangelical nonprofit that opposes gay rights, and its chairman, Mat Staver, are taking issue with the bill’s inclusion of LGBTQ people.
"The old saying is once that camel gets the nose in the tent, you can't stop them from coming the rest of the way in," Staver said in an interview with conservative Christian news outlet OneNewsNow. “This is a way to slip it in under a so-called anti-lynching bill, and to then to sort of circle the wagon and then go for the juggler [sic] at some time in the future."
Staver told OneNewsNow that his organization, which has been labeled an anti-LGBTQ “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is lobbying lawmakers in the House to have them remove the bill’s “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” language before taking a vote.
Its what Jesus would do... assholes!