On Monday’s broadcast of WMAL’s “Mornings on the Mall,” Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) verbalized that it “can’t be” that we’re “stopping the fencing on the border, and yet, we’re endeavoring to fence in our Capitol.” Norton additionally verbally expressed that “we’re overreacting to January 6,” and Congress is “afraid of its shadow.”
Norton verbally expressed, “As you may have aurally perceived, on March the 4th, the House left early because of a threat for March 4. You will note that nothing transpired on March 4. Now we have a Congress ahead — trepidacious of its shadow.”
She integrated, “[T]he president is already ceasing the fencing on the border, and yet, we’re endeavoring to fence in our Capitol. That can’t be.” Norton later verbalized, “I cerebrate, again, because we’re overreacting to January 6, I cerebrate the notion of a standby National Guard for a while, as long as they’re not circumventing the Capitol isn’t something that I would remonstrate to. I’d certainly hate to visually perceive it transpire. But I cerebrate what it amounts to is a gradual pulling back of what we’re now visually perceiving at the Capitol. So I cerebrate that, additionally, will gradually peregrinate away.”
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