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Attorney Fox News legal analyst Arthur I tell -- good to have you here this is.
I love the characterization.
By the attorney general that he made an extraordinary offer to the committee demanding tens of thousands of pages of documents.
An extraordinary -- in which it would be left up to him to decide whether or not he had met the terms of the subpoena delight that I missed something in his construction.
Well there is in any -- in the most simple hit and run car accident case there is a sense of doing the right thing by the person who gets the subpoena.
He's not too often that people kicking -- doors and go on for you file cabinets have been showing turned over everything.
So that is comment let's talk about what really happened what happened was.
Holder's office has turned over thousands of documents thousands of -- admittedly so by all sides he has testified eight times.
This would be the fourth time in thirty years.
That the type of proceeding that's gonna take place -- taking place and basically the congress is saying.
Some things but you haven't done enough and it all comes down to some documents regarding I think -- February 4 2011.
That has to do specifically with a gun running and and debts and did not result treated badly and thereafter and is and those who haven't turned over.
And all they're saying well that's because they have.
That are privileged information and I should not have to turn those -- In response -- part of our Philip suddenly we are for the judge here.
That the committee has no I love it every.
The committee has have only a tenth of what it's requested turned over directly.
The the attorney general has steadfastly refused to respond.
And to suggest as he did that it was extraordinary the offer that he would older briefing.
After -- many meetings did you say they he's -- proposing eight time he wants money and so I don't know but that's a problem this attorney he's going for nine meetings.
Where he could brief rather than produce and deliver the documents as required by a a congressional subpoena and.
I'm in the middle one of these right now on campus reviews I know what him what the -- -- have a different I -- did you ever gazing down the attorney I'm not can be subject.
But what's what's really good this is gonna boiled -- in tomorrow it is if there's a vote and then I would of people think that the vote is gonna probably go against the attorney general.
The attorney general said in his statement isn't a lot of political gamesmanship going on I agree with that I don't know.
Who's doing the -- been gaining.
Let's face visiting huge need -- the united -- America -- the united think Supreme Court is about the hand though some heavy decisions on immigration.
On the health care it shattered center and this all happening this week.
The birth reports -- they have have a couple more days left so.
-- and this and this administration has already lost one very important decision on the EPA and it's overreached.
And that it's turning into a theme for this administration predicting -- -- lose the health care as well and that is our global production and is going to be huge -- we got through on that it's moved immigration -- -- -- -- as well.
It's gonna be close speak and -- we don't have enough time begins the ideology all the justices but I'm ideology regret -- you're you're you're counselor at law -- -- you're talking about good these -- your Department of Justice these are unique topics.
Beware when the justices yeah absolutely way -- have a lot of discretion so they're gonna back to would attorney general this is about political gamesmanship.
Unfortunately and I say that genuinely for the country.
That is what's going on all sides right now and he shouldn't be either of -- that into what Amanda Dodd regarding France Britain is -- president.
Arguably -- to US law enforcement officials Border Patrol agents and and too often lost in this.
200 or more Mexican citizens.
Were killed as a result of operation bastion curious.
And this administration has refused to -- over document.
And if it's clear.
I think at least as one note listens to your congressman nice -- That this what is going ahead tomorrow always gonna -- tomorrow and it's it's due to do need only look what -- thirty years hasn't happened -- that in each instance in each instance.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
Those documents had to be produced law.
-- the attorney general of the exit the member of the executive Brady wasn't always the attorney general laws so.
He tens of thousands of doctors being turned over and I guess the likes of Roger Clemens will be.
Prosecuted anymore because they don't have to do what all of that manpower they invested in five years and prosecutors and we try -- three million dollars from would say a hall of fame pitcher of the rocket.
Our could have probably been used to say produced documents auto Car-Mart photocopy machine Xerox stock -- -- general -- role as a matter of law.
Are there thanks so much -- -- are there.