Does McClellan's testimony matter?
Bruce Fein of the American Freedom Agenda says former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan’s testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee should lead to impeachment hearings, the only way to force Karl Rove and Vice President Dick Cheney to testify.
The Real News Network’s Senior Editor Paul Jay interviews Bruce Fein of the American Freedom Agenda, on the Former White House Press Secretary, Scott McClellan, upholding the Constitution, and the right to impeachment. In McClellan’s latest book he alleges that the Bush administration intentionally distorted facts to push the Iraq war agenda. He also suggests that other top officials were involved in leaking the identity of former CIA agent, Valerie Plame. McClellan will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Friday.
Bruce Fein of the American Freedom Agenda talks about impeachment, the Bush administration, and whether politicians should uphold the Constitution or put political considerations fist.
AP: Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan’s opening statement to House Judiciary committee
Dennis Kucinich is calling for the impeachment of President Bush. The former presidential candidate and Ohio congressman accuses the president of misleading the American public into the Iraq war. The resolution contains thirty-five articles, including: Creating a secret propaganda campaign to manufacture a false cause for war against Iraq, providing immunity for criminal contractors in Iraq, imprisoning children, creating secret laws, and spying on American citizens without a court ordered warrant in violation of the law and the 4th amendment. The House voted to refer the matter to the House Judiciary Committee.